Articles tagged Pierre Bardinon

Page 45 of November 1996 archive issue thumbnail Page 45, November 1996

Hillclimb Ferrari

Sir, John Hickman enquires (Readers' Letters, October) whether the 212 European Hillclimb Championship-winning Ferrari driven by Peter Schetty still exists I am sure that it does! At the end of 1970, having completed two successful seasons hilIclimbing a 250M (see April issue), I was looking tor something even faster, preferably a Ferrari and the late Col Ronnie Hoare was kind enough to open...

Page 58 of July 1987 archive issue thumbnail Page 58, July 1987

Ferrari 250 GTO: 25th Anniversary

Millionaires' row GTO— three letters signifying a peak in a famous, possibly the most famous, auto-history. 12 cylinders, 3 litres, 280bhp, 175mph — bald figures, without gazing at the sleek aluminium coachwork. With the quarter-century as the excuse, Cavallino, the international Ferrari owners group, set out to assemble a gathering of rare beauty and value. In its short day, only three seasons...

Page 25 of May 2007 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, May 2007

Maranello in May

Works Ferraris, Alfa Romeos and factory memorabilia at the legendary HQ 1 Leggeda e passione RM and Sothebys’ sale at Maranello on May 20 is packed with Ferraris, Alfas and factory memorabilia. A feature lot is a ’66 Dino 206 SP, chassis 008, which retains its original engine, ’box and bodywork. Its history includes works Ferrari and NART entries, as well as an impressive roster of aces:...

Page 33 of September 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, September 1984

Jaguar's Lightweight E Types

Racer and road-car compared When the Jaguar XJS was announced in 1975, there was some disappointment amongst aficionados of the make about the character of the car. It was seen as too much of a Grand Tourer rather than the racy sportscar that the long-lived E-type had seemed, even in its final, and heaviest, form. Yet the XJS is currently enjoying a devastatingly successful season on the...


October 2019
Brawn Supremacy



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