Articles tagged Paul Faulkner

Page 92 of November 2008 archive issue thumbnail Page 92, November 2008

Fighting on the home front

Jimmy McRae never really carved out an international rally career – but he didn’t need to when the competition was so good at homeBy John Davenport To successfully take up rallying after the first flush of youth is not unknown in our sport. Eugen Böhringer did not start his career until 1958 when he was 36 years old, then went on to win the European Rally Championship and the Liège-Sofia-Liège...

Page 33 of July 1974 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, July 1974

Welsh Rally

Two celtic internationals were to have featured in this month's Motor Sport; instead there is only one, for the Scottish Rally was needlessly cancelled by the RSAC when a petrol shortage was created in Scotland by a strike at a petrol distribution centre. There were fears that the shortage would cripple the rally, but instead of waiting for definite news the RSAC decided at noon on the Wednesday...

Page 23 of March 1975 archive issue thumbnail Page 23, March 1975

Around and About

Riding the Turbo As we wafted along at a gentle 155 m.p.h., the writer and his chauffeur, one Nick Faure, racer of Porsches various, conversed in normal tones about this and that and in particular about the ex-Motor Show exhibit Porsche Turbo which was responsible for such uncannily quiet and stable progress at this gross speed. Usually we don't write impressions of production road cars from the...

Page 56 of February 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 56, February 1976

From a Stratos Hot Seat

Some friends thought I was mad, others thought I was about to be scared out of my wits, few would have given me credit for bravery in lieu of stupidity. As I sat there in the navigator's seat of potentially the fastest rally car in Britain at the start of last month's ShellSport Tour of Dean Rally, I confess to having felt a certain amount of apprehension. For four years, from the days when, as...

Page 39 of January 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 39, January 1976

Rally review

An exciting year in Britain's national championship "If anyone expressed surprise at the number of British drivers who finished in the top ten of the RAC International Rally, then that person must have had his head in the sand for the past year." The speaker is Roger Clark, Britain's undisputed rally king, who had just regained the National Rally Championship crown and by finishing second on the...


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