Articles tagged McLaren

Page 20 of May 1965 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, May 1965

Le Mans test weekend

Le Mans, April 10/11th. In order to give entrants a chance to prepare new cars for the 24-hour race at Le Mans, the circuit of the Sarthe was made available, for two days, and a fair proportion of the entry took advantage of the opportunity. SEFAC Ferrari had two new prototype cars, one with 77 x 71 mm., 3,967-c.c. engine and the other with 77 x 58.8 mm., 3,286-c.c. engine, both being the new...

Page 32 of February 1964 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, February 1964

10th South African Grand Prix

Clark Wins Seventh World Championship Race East London, Saturday, December 28th, 1963. Once again the final race in the World Championship series of Formula One events took place at East London on the warm sunny South East coast of Africa. However, unlike last year, the race was to mean nothing in placings for both drivers' and manufacturers' championships. The circuit was unaltered since 1962...

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1990 British Grand Prix race report - Decline and Fall

  Hard enough to get to the top of any activity, especially Grand Prix racing, but it is even harder to stay at the top, because once there no-one will help you stay there, everyone tries to pull you off your pedestal from all sides. In his book The Racer, Hans Ruesch described the problem of the man at the top when he said: "When you are on a pedestal you must always look down, for there will be...

Page 52 of May 1967 archive issue thumbnail Page 52, May 1967

Bank holiday racing

The circus that constitutes International racing in England put on two big shows over the Easter holiday, the B.R.S.C.C. organising a meeting at Snetterton on Good Friday, March 24th, and the B.A.R.C. running the same sort of show, with most of the same performers, at Silverstone on Easter Monday, March 27th. With the demise of the Goodwood circuit the traditional Easter Monday show by the B.A.R....

Page 16 of August 1969 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, August 1969

French Grand Prix

Matra one hundred per cent. Clermont-Ferrand, France, July 6th. Unlike the Monaco, Dutch, German and Italian Grand Prix races the French Grand Prix seems undecided as to where its real home is, so that it has flitted about from one circuit to another. This movement has been fairly regular and it has fluctuated from Reims to Rouen to Clermont-Ferrand, with one disastrous diversion to Le Mans. The...

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Grand Prix of United States

Watkins Glen, Sunday October 4th. Watkins Glen was once again the venue for the U.S. Grand Prix, the ninth in the 1964 World Championship series. In this, one of the most beautiful settings for any Grand Prix, the sixth United States Grand Prix was scheduled for October 4th. Last year the World Drivers' and Constructors' Championships were settled by the time the Grand Prix circus had flown to...

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The Reims 12-Hour Race

A Nice French Event Reims, France, June 24/25th.  Coming only two weeks after the Le Mans 24-Hour Race, the Reims meeting could have suffered from a poor entry, but as it turned out it was a highly successful gathering of private owners and small factory entries that provided a most interesting race. The start was at midnight on Saturday, in the brightly lit pit area, with the 34 starters lined...

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Red Bull set to lose out in engine mapping ban

Red Bull set to lose out in engine mapping ban The FIA's clampdown on the use of engine mapping in conjunction with blown diffusers could see a shift in the balance of power among Formula l's top teams. Red Bull has been the most successful exponent of the practice and the team has made it clear that it sees the mid-season change as an attempt to rein in the RB7. McLaren meanwhile has raised no...

Page 25 of August 1971 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, August 1971

American comment

The Sports Car Club of America has sold itself to television! Commencing with the Watkins Glen race, the balance of the Canadian American Challenge Cup Series will be telecast live across the length and breadth of the North American continent. The so for unpriced contract was awarded to Arutunoff Enterprises Inc., of Tulsa, Oklahoma, which has subbed out the production and direction of the...

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Book reviews

1946 And all that Guy Griffiths (Text by Anthony Pritchard) Published by Palawan Press, £125 To order: 020 7371 3060 or see www.palawan.co.uk They have done it again. From the sumptuous, embossed cover, to my favourite photograph — a grimacing Hawthorn, fingers in ears, attempting to blank out the shrill V16 BRM next to him on the grid — Palawan's latest offering is a gem. It features the work of...

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