Articles tagged Peter van Rossem

Page 31 of September 1972 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, September 1972

Around & about

Comment on the Racing and Club SceneWhither Formula 5000? One class of racing that has not been mentioned in this column for some time is Formula 5000—the category of racing which uses chassis similar to Formula One cars but has power from 5-litre production based engines instead of 3-litre pure racing units. The Formula started in the United States, where it continues to thrive, while in Britain...

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 36 of November 1971 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, November 1971

The JCB Championship resolved

This season saw a new venture in the historic racing field when Anthony Bamford of JCB, helped by Bill Allan and Nigel Moores of Speed Merchants, sponsored a new kind of championship, one which combined both historic single-seaters and sports cars. This added a much needed shot in the arm to the latter and, while perhaps not having such an effect as on the sports cars, provided a number of single...


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