Articles tagged Parnell

Page 13 of June 1956 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, June 1956

Continental Notes

Before the International Trophy meeting at Silverstone the Scuderia Ferrari were rapidly making history, for out of nine events in which the factory team competed they won eight, these being the Argentine, Mendoza, Agadir, Dakar, Sebring, Giro Sicilia, Syracuse and the Mille Miglia. Their only defeat was by Maserati in the 1,000-kilometre race at Buenos Aires, and everything pointed to 1956 being...

Page 20 of June 1947 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, June 1947

Parnell's Maserati Wins First Post War British Race

Chiron Second —Mays Third. Sommer Does Best Lap at 91.28 m.p.h. Specially reported for Motor Sport by "Aramis" This first British-organised road race, although, owing to the peculiarities of our Government, having to be held in the more enlightened Channel Islands, was a terrific success as a race. It was unfortunately marred by certain administrative mistakes, which are the more regrettable as J...

Page 18 of December 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, December 1951

SCHOOLBOY'S VIEW OF THE B.R.M.

SCHOOLBOY'S VIEW OF THE Sir, As a schoolboy I show a keen interest in motor sport and racing of any sort, and as a regular reader of Almon firmer I am a keen follower of its articles and correspondence. In the October issue there was a very interesting article called " at Monza," by an unknown writer, whirls I read wills great interest., and, it' I may say so, I have never read such a clear,...

Page 33 of April 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, April 1951

RUMBLINGS

RUMBLINGS So it seems that we rue going to be spared a fuel-consumption limit for the next Grand Prix Formula, due to conic into force for 1954, the main Formula LO be up to 750 c.c. The 1954 supereharged, up to 2i4. litres non-super G.P. Formula charged, without any other Ihnitatioits. There 'Will, apparently, he Formula II and III, their revised definitions yet to be decided ; indeed, the final...

Page 58 of September 1965 archive issue thumbnail Page 58, September 1965

Those Maseratis from Australia

Sir, I was particularly interested in your comments regarding the appearance of two ex-Australian Maseratis on English circuits in your report of the Silverstone meeting on April 24th, June issue. It appears that there is some misunderstanding regarding the history of these cars and I would like to clear this up. You mention that both Colin Crabbe and A. C. M. Millar claim their respective cars...

Page 21 of November 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, November 1950

Last Goodwood Meeting of 1950

Last Goodwood Meeting of 1950 The B.R.M. Wins Woodcote Cup and Goodwood Trophy Races. Parnell Secures His "Hat-Trick" in the Latter. An Episode-Free Afternoon in Spite of the Rain. REAT1,Y enhaneed interest: was lenI to the International B.A.R.C. N'teet ing at Goodwood on September 3011t, by reason of tlw entry of a BALM.. to be driven by Beg. Parnell. The only foreign entries were Platers...

Page 22 of June 1956 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, June 1956

Vanwall Victory In "Daily Express" International Trophy Race, Driven By Moss At Record Speed

Connaughts Second and Third. Ferraris Retire. Sports-car Successes by Cooper-Climax and Aston Martin. Russell Wins 500-c.c. Race, Jaguar the Touring-car Event. Lap Records Shattered The Daily Express International Trophy Meeting at Silverstone is one of the highlights of the British racing season and this year, organised by the B.R.D.C. on May 5th, it provided good entries, plenty of variety, and...

Page 32 of July 1954 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, July 1954

Opening Meeting At Aintree

Stirling Moss Drives Impeccably to Win B.A.R.C. "Daily Telegraph" 100-mile "Aintree 200" and 30-mile 500-c.c. Race. Duncan-Hamilton's Jaguar Beats the Rest in the Sports-Car Race. Lap Record 81.82 m.p.h. by Collins (Thinwall Ferrari). B.R.M.s Outclassed. The new motor-racing circuit at Aintree, near Liverpool, opened to a wet but successful International meeting organised by the B.A.R.C. for the...

Page 72 of January 2003 archive issue thumbnail Page 72, January 2003

Alone in a crowd

BRM was at fours and fives in 1972 - Cars per GP, that is - Yet none of its drivers wanted to be the Guinea Pig for the new P180. We reunite one of them, Howden Ganley, with that car 30 years on and ask if they should have concentrated their efforts on it. By Paul Fearnley photography by Malcolm Griffiths James (No, I didn't know either) Howden Ganley, like most of his Anzac racing ilk, was...

Page 24 of February 1971 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, February 1971

The Grand Prix season approaches

Although a minor Formula One race has already taken place (January 24th) in the Argentine, the serious Grand Prix season starts with the South African GP at Kyalami on March 6th, followed almost immediately by the Race of Champions at Brands Hatch on March 21st. The race in the Argentine was part of a revival of International motor racing in that country, heralded last year by a long-distance...

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