Articles tagged Michael Spence

Page 40 of October 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 40, October 1963

34th Italian Grand Prix

Lotus-Climax win on reliability Monza, Italy, Sept. 8th. The Italian Grand Prix being the last Grande Epreuve of the European season everyone was out for a win, although some teams had misgivings as the Automobile Club of Milan planned to use the full 10-kilometre Monza circuit, which includes the banked concrete track as well as the road circuit. Alter the breakages experienced at Nurburgring...

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The Reims Grand Prix

A Battle - But Not Heated REIMS, FRANCE, July 1st. With the French Grand Prix being held at Rouen this year, the Automobile Club du Champagne stood on its own feet and held the Reims Grand Prix as a major Formula One race. Many years ago when the French Grand Prix was regularly held at Linas-Montlhéry the race at Reims was known as the Grand Prix of the Marne, and it is nice to think of it as...

Page 29 of September 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 29, September 1961

The Solitude Grand Prix

Stuttgart, July, 23rd. Anyone who misses a race meeting at the A.D.A.C. Solitude circuit, between Stuttgart and the Autobahn, misses the chance of visiting one of the best circuits in Europe and of seeing the effects of motor racing being popular. The smooth and well-maintained circuit is 11.417 kilometres to the lap and contains every type of corner, climb, descent and straight that anyone could...


January 2020
Racing Rivalries: The 25 most explosive battles between drivers, teams, cars... and families.



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