Articles tagged Peter Sargent

Page 52 of September 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 52, September 2001

Fast dance saloons

Top event at Goodwood's Revival will be the St Mary's Trophy.David Malsher assesses the chances of the race's two main stars Give me Goodwood on a summer's afternoon and you can keep the rest of the world," said Roy Salvadori. Perhaps the unspoken part of this was, "And the icing on the cake would be a Jag MkI to thrash around." Well, the very MkI he made famous is set to thrill crowds all over...

Page 16 of April 1962 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, April 1962


CARS I HAVE OWNED [The last article in this series was by someone who had enjoyable motoring from cars that cost less than Arm each. This article is by M. H. Ryan, who, although only zo years old, has used sports cars for daily transport, Continental touring and Club racing, each of which has cost in the region of £550 on the used-car market. —ED.] IHAVE had some 15 cars, 12 of them sports cars,...

Page 89 of March 2005 archive issue thumbnail Page 89, March 2005

Dick Protheroe: scary but fair

Dick Protheroe -- scary but fair One-eyed RAF war hero Dick Protheroe was known as a difficult character by most who knew him in racing circles, a dedicated racer who always seemed to have a point to prove. The story goes that he did not lose his eye during hostilities as one might have expected, but as a consequence of an incident during a post-war stock car race when a bottle was thrown from...

Page 14 of April 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, April 1961

B.R.S.C.C. Spring Meeting, Snetterton (March 19th)

The first race meeting of the season at Snetterton came at the end of a warm spell and icy winds blew across the airfield all day, interspersed with bouts of hail, snow and rain, and the occasional patch of sunshine. The B.R.S.C.C. of course, grew from the ½-litre Club and later the 500 Club, and naturally there was a race for the 500s, but it seems to be a token effort nowadays and only ten cars...

Page 82 of October 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 82, October 1978

Some fun with a Lister Jaguar

Twenty years ago the Lister-Jaguar was the absolute king of British sports car racing, its successful image created by Archie Scott-Brown, who tragically lost his life in one at Spa-Francorchamps in May of 1958 and subsequently polished by drivers of the calibre of Moss, Clark, Gregory, Halford, Whitehead and Bueb. Now the wheel has turned full circle and the most competitive sports racing car in...

Page 22 of October 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, October 1963

Tourist Trophy

Ferrari's fourth successive victory Entries for the R.A.C.'s Tourist Trophy, organised by the B.A.R.C on the 2.4-mile (3.86-kilometre) Goodwood circuit, on Saturday, August 24th, were as well up to the expectations of a race that has now lost much of its colour and importance with the passing of time. Ferrari were represented by two 250 GTO cars for Mike Parkes and Graham Hill from the John...

Page 66 of August 1987 archive issue thumbnail Page 66, August 1987

Veteran to classic

Party for an ex-President A very enjoyable party was given by former VSCC president Kenneth Neve at Oulton Park circuit on June 12, to commemorate the fifty-first year of his participation in vintage motoring competitions. He has competed with 30/98 Vauxhall, Type 35A Bugatti and Rolls-Royce and, of course, the 1914 TT Humber which was present, just back from a class-win at Colerne. Naturally,...

Page 36 of April 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, April 2011


Sir, John Barnard is rightly credited with the first carbon-fibre monocoque for the Chaparral 2K, but it is hardly surprising that this marque should have been receptive to the material when Jim Hall and Hap Sharp had built a complete glassfibre chassis for their mid-engine Chaparral 2 sports car in 1963. The company had first run a chin spoiler on the Chaparral 1 in the 1962 season and used one...


December 2019
Ford vs Ferrari: The Le Mans '66 Film Special



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