Articles tagged Paul Vincent

Page 6 of July 2003 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, July 2003


Mike Keegan This one-time owner of Hawke Racing Cars has died, aged 78. A successful businessman, primarily in the aviation industry, he was also a motor racing enthusiast who backed his son Rupert's path through to Formula One. Keegan Snr bought Formula Ford chassis manufacturer Hawke in 1974. Besides Rupert, the cars were also raced by Nigel Mansell, Derek Warwick and Derek Daly, while a young...

Page 47 of February 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 47, February 1978


When we tested the Monoposto Genie of Peter Gillett earlier this year it aroused a fair bit of interest in the club's activities. Now we can add a couple of snippets to cover progress since that test, including the fact that Gillett won the championship ... And was then deprived of the title for taking commercial advertising! Whatever the rights and wrongs of such a decision, and the writer who...

Page 66 of December 1998 archive issue thumbnail Page 66, December 1998

Let Loose...

The F5A was the most successful of all Fittipaldi's Grand Prix designs. Andrew Frankel takes to the track in Emerson's finest. Introductions to Formula One cars come no better. The team is relaxed, the owner smiling, both unreasonably generous reactions to the sight of me clambering aboard their Grand Prix car at Donington. Macdonald Race Engineering is turning Fittipaldi F5A/02 from museum piece...

Page 179 of September 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 179, September 1999

Madgwick Moments

For two decades Goodwood served as a proving ground for racers, team owners and mechanics. Mark Hughes asks some to recall the lighter times at the track. Rob Walker - renowned privateer team owner "In 1957 after practice was over, Stirling came over to me. In those days you'd have a general mixed session for half an hour at the end of the day where anything could run, so there were MGs mixed up...

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The memorial that matters

A pilgrimage to the site where Jim Clark died surprised our former staffer who reported on that fateful race at Hockenheim. It was harder to find than he expectedBy Andrew Marriott The weekend of April 6-7 1968 was somewhat hectic for me. As a Motoring News staffer it was my task to head off to Hockenheim to report and photograph, for both MN and Motor Sport, the opening round of the European...

Page 27 of March 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 27, March 1999

The Man Behind The Marque

Bruce McLaren was a fine driver but, as Mark Hughes reports, it was his talents outside the cockpit that made his team great and laid the foundations for the McLaren empire of today. Ambition is a funny thing. For some it burns so bright it sears a lasting scar on their personalities. Others look as if they don't have a scrap of it in their souls, their serene progress looking to the casual...


August 2019
100 years, three cars, one epic track test



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