Articles tagged Onofre

Page 26 of December 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, December 2011


- A chasm of difference between McLaren's men - From the 'quiet Beatle' to the 'Maestro' of racers Talking points of the moment. Over the Japanese Grand Prix weekend one concerned the 2012 World Championship calendar, in which the Bahrain GP is due to return following the cancellation of this year's race, due to what may be euphemistically termed 'unrest'. In light of recent events in Bahrain,...

Page 98 of August 2008 archive issue thumbnail Page 98, August 2008

F1 non-championship races Part One: the ’50s

Away from the limelight of the World Championship, these races sometimes ran at unusual venues, with drivers determined to gain recognition. In the first of a series, we pick out some great and obscure tales from a unique period in motor sport history By Paul Fearnley “Those non-championship races were just as important as the World Championship Grands Prix,” says Stirling Moss. “The BRDC...

Page 70 of October 2005 archive issue thumbnail Page 70, October 2005

6000 miles to Caracas

The Gran Premio de la América del Sur almost forced Fangio to quit racing, as Tony Watson relates. Photography courtesy of the Juan Manuel Fangio museum Monday, November 8 1948: Oscar Gálvez has been leading the 5950-mile Gran Premio de la América del Sur since the first leg from Buenos Aires — nearly three weeks ago. It is now only 420 miles to the finish line in Caracas, and he is starting this...


December 2019
Ford vs Ferrari: The Le Mans '66 Film Special



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