Articles tagged Paul Morgan

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Motor Racing The Pursuit of Victory 1963-1972 Steve Wyatt The second in Veloce’s unpretentious Pursuit of Victory series picks up where the previous volume left off, with contributions from Lotus mechanic Bob Dance accompanying the author’s snaps and memories. Wyatt’s recollections jump here, there and everywhere, but the concept works since his time as a marshal gave him close-up views. The best...

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Pride of the Penske gene Pool

This all-American racer was the final winning car built for the US team in Dorset. It wasn’t the most successful Penske, but its explosive acceleration still exhilaratesBy Andrew Frankel It takes time for certain cars to assume their place in history. Cars that achieve firsts are easy to recognise and remember, for their importance is clear to see from the moment they achieve their fame. But what...

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Paul Morgan

McLaren-Mercedes were rocked by the death of Ilmor Engineering managing director Paul Morgan in a flying accident during the weekend of the Austrian GP. Morgan grew up with machinery; his father ran an automotive products company and restored veteran cars. After completing an engineering degree, Paul joined Cosworth in 1970, where he oversaw the development of the DFX lndycar engine. In 1983, he...

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Opel 1

M. N. Mavrogordato's significantly-original 1914 GP car There is perhaps nothing more exciting and satisfying in the old-car firmament than a racing car from the glorious, glamorous, and now far-distant world of pre-Kaiser-War road-racing. Quite a number of such cars has survived, fortunately. But time takes its toll, and most of those that are in working order today have had to be substantially...

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Prime Movers

Prime Movers, by Karr Lucivigsen. Transport Bookman, £25.00. Here is a full account of lImor Engineering Ltd and its place in modern racing, from the capable hands of Karl Ludvigsen, who has made a point of seeing and discussing racing engines with their engineers for much of his life, from Meyer Drake and Leo Goosen onwards. For the first time we can read of how the Chevrolet, Leyton House,...

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Bobby Rahal

A re-start and a finish... Huge news for Indycar racing this month with the announcement that General Motors is coming back as an engine supplier. This is a tremendous lift for the IZOD IndyCar Series, as well as for motor racing in general in the United States. The announcement (above, by GM vice-chairman Tom Stephens) of a Chevrolet engine deal for 2012, in partnership with Ilmor Engineering,...

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VSCC Curborough (May 9th)

Even if this event is more a gigantic driving-test (even to penalties for touching markers) than the sort of speed trial we used to know, it is fun to drive in, and the heat wave last month brought a good number of onlookers as well as competitors. Post-vintage cars far outnumbered the pre-1931 contingent. FTD came with the post-war Racing Cars class, contested by the Connaughts of Cottam and...

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The Cosworth Turbo

Keith Duckworth and company talk about their turbocharged V8 USAC engine Surprising as it may seem in view of Cosworth Engineering's role in Formula One, Keith Duckworth is all for changing the formula. For some years now he has been advocating that Formula One engines should be freed of all restrictions, save a control over the amount of fuel they consume. How this would be achieved, and why he...

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The Motor Sport Month - Formula 1 News

In Brief • The Racing Steps Foundation, which supports GP2 driver Oliver Turvey and Formula 3 racer James Calado, is monitoring two new rising stars for a fully-funded seat in the 2011 Formula Renault UK Championship. Karter Oliver Rowland and Formula Ford driver Dan Wells are competing in the Formula Renault Winter Series to secure the seat. • Peugeot UK has signed double British Rally Champion...

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Penske's last great unfair advantage

Clever rule-reading plus IImor's super secret engine helped Roger Penske's savvy team dominate Indy in '94 - but it turned out to be a one-off opportunity The impossible dream for any engine builder, team or driver is to substantially out-power the opposition and beat them on fuel economy too. In 1994 this chimera was briefly achieved by Roger Penske's team, when Penske and Ilmor engine designer...



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