Articles tagged Paul Feamley

Page 58 of August 2013 archive issue thumbnail Page 58, August 2013

Jim Clark

The 1st World title 1963 The year of Profumo, great train robbers, ‘loveable mop tops’ – and the grassy knoll. In its midst, a quiet Scottish hill farmer delivered on all the promise that had been so smack-in-the-face obvious to lovers of motor racing in the three seasons past. Fifty years ago, Jim Clark embarked on a run of success that would confirm him as the greatest racing driver in the...

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Totally out to punch

For two races Brabham had lain in wait, desperate to reintroduce pitstops at the highest level of racing. Two bursts on half-tanks and fresh rubber would be, reckoned Gordon Murray, the quickest way to complete a race. Each time a Day-Glo stripe had been painted on the pit-road to guide the BT5Os of Piquet and Patrese into the correct space. Each time the Paramalat-liveried pressurised fuel tanks...

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After the deaths and injuries at the Goodwood Festival of Speed it would be too easy to conclude that if such events were not allowed, then people would still be alive and their families not ripped apart. The truth is, we love the Festival, we have supported it for years and will continue to do so if, as I hope and expect, it remains on the calendar. That said, there are always lessons to learn...

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Talking the walk

From rent-a-quote young upstart to wise old hand, three-time Winston Cup champion Darrell Waltrip played a crucial role in NASCAR's rapid growth of the 1970s and '80s. Paul Fearnley talks to this showman who never shirked the nitty-gritty Bristol Motor Speedway in Tennessee sorts out the Good Ol' Men from the Boys. Even the 650-feet straightaways on the World's Fastest Half Mile' are banked — at...

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Paul Fearnley

Paul Feamley Cricket is one of Paul's other passions, and recently he helped the English test team to victory by contributing to their official programmes. But he also found time to interview Britain's saloon racing supremo. As Fearnley was reporting on British tin-tops in the great days of the mid-90s, he was well placed to ask Alan Gow how he has managed a second dose of CPR on BTCC.

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Write to: Motor Sport, Somerset House, Somerset Road, Teddington, Middlesex. TW11 8RT. E-Mail (please include your address): ERA reflections Sir, Whilst the recent article by Paul Feamley about ERA R7B (August 2004 issue) was reasonably accurate, I would take issue with him over a few items mentioned. The first is where he states that, "while Felice Trossi made the most of...

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The Goodwood Festival of Speed

Goodwood excels itself every June and this year's Festival of Speed was another triumph as a host of anniversary celebrations wowed race fans and competitors alike in a wonderful mix Stunning cars, spine-tingling sounds, former world champions, sunshine, a few light showers and every sort of competition machinery from 1894 through to the present day were all part of the Festival of Speed in June...

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Bill Boddy: an appreciation

When the sad passing of our Founder Editor Bill Boddy MBE was announced on the Motor Sport website, the response was both immediate and overwhelming. So this month, instead of our usual correspondence, we bring you a selection of those tributes, both from people who knew and worked with WB and those who simply admired or were inspired by him. We felt it worth the break with tradition we hope you...

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What would Graham Hill be doing now if he were still with us? In this issue we explore what made him unique as a driver — his triple hit of Formula One championship, Indy 500 victory and Le Mans win — but who can guess which way he might have gone after his planned retirement in 1975? Business magnate and consultant like Sir Jackie Stewart? Entrepreneur and team boss like Niki Lauda? Or would he...


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Ford vs Ferrari: The Le Mans '66 Film Special



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