Articles tagged Peter Dunn

Page 14 of June 2006 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, June 2006

Sensational 54 cars for Monaco

The biggest 3-litre F1 field ever! Looking for just one excuse to attend the Monaco Historic GP on May 20/21? Here's the extraordinary list of entries, split into two races. Amon: Peter Williams (F101) Brabham: Duncan Dayton, Robert Baker (BT33), Manfredo Rossi di Monterlera (BT42), Huberus Bahlsen (BT45B) BRM: Brad Krause (P126), Robs Lamplough (P133), Rick Hall (P180), Jacques Nicolet (P201)...

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Bathed in nostalgia

This year's Spa Six Hours allowed those present to immerse themselves in some fine historic racing By Marcus Pye Hallowed Francorchamps, home of motor racing in Belgium since 1924, is somewhere everybody aspires to race. Hewn into the forests of the Ardennes, in the French-speaking Wallonia region, today’s circuit is one of the world’s favourites. It is truly a lap of the gods, even if downforce-...

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Marcus Pye's diary

MAWP looks forward to seeing a BRM race again in Monaco while eagerly awaiting a trip to New Zealand for F5000 fun Stockbridge: Nobody loves an underdog like the British do, and by the end of the Sixties BRM, the 1962 World Championship team, was very much in that league. The boys from Bourne, who built not only their Formula One cars but also engines and transmissions, were struggling prior to...

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Bo is select as FIA series lose appeal

FIA Historic Touring Car and Historic GT Championships It wasn't a great season for the FIA series for historic GT and Touring Cars. A programme that ranged from Anderstorp in the north to Misano in the south deterred all but the most determined travellers and support for the tin-top series in particular dwindled to low levels. The GT field was stronger, but a 28-car grid at Hockenheim contrasted...

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Duncan Dayton is town flyer

May 27/28 Brabham driver gives Master class in town despite a challenge from Shadowman Danny Baker Street circuit master Duncan Dayton added four more wins to his impressive tally at Pau, including both Grand Prix Masters, during the annual Historic Grand Prix around the famous track. Fresh from victory at Monaco a week earlier, Dayton qualified only sixth but with a change of gear ratios was in...

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Book Reviews

"The German Grand Prix," by Cyril Posthumus. 143 pp., 7/2 1 in. 6 1 in. (Temple Press Books, Bowling Green Lane, London, EC 1. 21s.). This is the third in Temple Press' "Classic Motor Races" series, and extremely welcome. It covers the German G.P. of 1926 to 1965 inclusive, with results, and starting grids for later races, contains many enthralling pictures, some of them rather small, and covers...

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UK v NZ in F5000 face-off

British F5000 drivers are all set to take on the Kiwis on their home turf with Revival Series races Seven Formula 5000 cars from Britain are currently en route to New Zealand to compete in the NZ F5000 Revival Series in January and February. Masterminded by Frank Lyons, the trip will take in races at Pukekohe (Auckland) and Ruapuna (Christchurch) as the UK drivers join around 15 locally-based...

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Lola to put T70 to put back into production

Lola's T70 sports racing car - as tested in this issue of MOTOR SPORT — is set to re-enter production, some 28 years after the original series. The project forms part of a management buy out aimed at putting Britain's longest-established racing car manufacturing company, which entered voluntary administration in May after the collapse of its ill-fated foray into Formula One, back on the road to...

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Rain hits play

The Masters racers had to contend with typical British weather at Brands For the second time in a month the British weather delivered its worst upon the Masters Racing Series. What should have been a glorious weekend of historic racing turned into a battle against the elements on the Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit in May. For the first time, the Masters Organisation turned out the full range of...

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Trimmer hustles Lola to Bell glory

May 6/7Brands hero storms field with F5000 Lola while Amon shows pace but fragility in GPM encounter The return to racing of the unique Amon F101 and the spectacle of Tony Trimmer reunited with his Lola T332 F5000 car were just two highlights of the HSCC's 17th Brands Hatch Superprix. Although the HGPCA fields were down a little with the Monaco Historic GP just a fortnight away, the racing lacked...

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