Articles tagged Pete Lovely

Page 111 of June 2005 archive issue thumbnail Page 111, June 2005

Marcus Pye's Diary

The cycle of life: Gerry Marshall is gone, but there's a new kid with captivating car control and a special talent Donington Park: Pure driving talent has never been in short supply at historic race meetings, but it is not often that I drive home knowing that I have seen a young driver with the potential to go all the way and make a career in the sport. One who possesses that special gift,...

Page 127 of February 2012 archive issue thumbnail Page 127, February 2012

Around the houses

News from the main auction houses around the world Scottsdale Car Week is upon us once again and with it come five American sales from five different auction houses. Gooding and Company Not many would deny that Gooding has one of the headline cars of the week. On January 20-21 the American auction house will offer a 1956 Ferrari 500 Testa Rossa Scaglietti Spider (above) for sale. Chassis 0650MDTR...

Page 111 of April 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 111, April 2010

Race return for Clark's 49

The Lotus 49 that Jim Clark drove to victory in the 1967 Dutch Grand Prix will return to racing this season in the hands of American Chris MacAllister. The car is currently being rebuilt by Classic Team Lotus and the plan is for it to race at the Monaco Historic GP over the first weekend of May. Clark’s 1967 car, chassis R2, delivered the first Grand Prix win for the Cosworth DFV engine at...

Page 25 of April 2003 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, April 2003

100 things that made F1 great

As Formula One fights to restore its credibility and rediscover its core values, we take a (not always) light-hearted look over the stuff that we miss most from the (not always) 'good old days' of F1. Some of our selections are fundamental, some may seem frivolous, but all of them are heartfelt and so, in no particular order... Monza without chicanes It was crazy and more than a little dangerous...

Page 4 of September 1998 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, September 1998

Matters of moment

Given all the fuss about Rolls-Royce and Bentley right now, you'd be forgiven for not noticing that automotive GBH is already being committed on the name of one of our most proud and innovative marques. Have you seen the brand new Rover-BRM? If not you should know that it is neither gas-turbine powered nor likely to be competing at Le Mans any time soon. This Rover-BRM is an entirely unremarkable...

Page 5 of July 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, July 1999

Siffert's British GP-winning Lotus for sale

Rob Walker Racing's ex-Jo Siffert1968 British Grand Prix-winning Lotus 49B is the most significant early 3-litre Formula One car to be offered for sale for many moons, and is the last privateer entry to win a World Championship round. Its consignment to Derbyshire-based H&H Auctions is a remarkable coup for the company, which puts it under the hammer in Buxton on July 28. The opportunity to...

Page 5 of April 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, April 1999

OZ start to 3-litre series

Lotus 49s, Brabham-Repcos, Ferrari 312s and BRMs will be among the 20-car fields in special events for 3-litre Formula One and Tasman cars built between 1966-69, to be run on Adelaide's now defunct Grand Prix circuit on April 9-11 and Goodwood in September. Authentic spectacle is the key to Formula Adelaide, launched recently by Sir Jack Brabham and Stirling Moss. All cars will run in original...

Page 18 of August 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, August 1999

49 facts

Sir, As the author of Lotus 49: The Story of a Legend, to be published this September, could I point out a couple of inaccuracies in your July piece on the Rob Walker Lotus 49? You stated that Lotus had loaned Rob Walker 49B R2 for the Race of Champions in 1968 and that it was subsequently destroyed by fire in Walker's garage. In fact, it was chassis 49/R4 - a standard 49 not a 49B, which Jim...

Page 38 of March 2002 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, March 2002

Crowning achievement

F1 racers don't always make great 24-hour drivers, but on his tenth visit to Le Mans, Graham Hill knew exactly what was required of him. Gary Watkins describes how the Englishman achieved his still-unique triple crown Henri Pescarolo wasn't best pleased. He'd already taken some persuading to rejoin Matra for its most serious assault yet on the Le Mans 24 Hours — and now he'd been told he'd be...

Page 40 of July 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 40, July 2010

History in the remaking

Jim Clark’s Indy-winning Lotus 38 will run at Goodwood in July following a meticulous rebuild by Classic Team Lotus. It’s a job ‘the boys’ relished…By Gordon Cruickshank I just want a picture of the boys.” Hazel Chapman, Colin’s widow, lifts her camera and ‘the boys’ stop talking. Boys. Their bus passes are dog-eared now, but they were lads when they built the machine in front of us. It was 1965...

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