Articles tagged Pierre-Francois Rousselot

Page 35 of April 1972 archive issue thumbnail Page 35, April 1972

They Make Racing Cars- Group Racing Developments

Last summer saw a surprise turn at Lotus when Colin Chapman announced the departure from the main board, and from his position as Managing Director of Lotus Racing Ltd, of Mike Warner. Exactly two years ago Motor Sport published an article about Warner and the subsidiary, then known as Lotus Components Ltd, which told of a happy future for Lotus as a manufacturer of customer racing cars. Things...

Page 16 of August 2007 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, August 2007

News in brief

Rowan Atkinson has acquired a Ford Falcon (above) for historic touring car racing. The car is being prepared by Simon Hadfield. Chris Lillingston-Price will campaign an ex-works Chevron B8 after a long rebuild. Reine Wisell and John Hine took it to seventh in the 1969 BOAC 500 at Brands Hatch. The Jaguar D-type in which George Constantine won the 1956 Watkins Glen GP will be raced by Gavin...

Page 84 of December 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 84, December 2001

Chimay

The 1972 Belgian GP was at held nivelles. Two weeks earlier,just down the road, the antithesis of that bland track ran its last great car race. By Paul Fearnley They blammed past the pits. Five of 'em, maybe six, as one. Ensign, GRD, Narval (remember them?), Brabham, March — a sampler of Formula Three's rich, early-1970s tapestry, stitched together by invisible currents and eddies. And he was...

Page 20 of July 2012 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, July 2012

Class Group C field for support race

What's thought to be one of the best Group C race entries since the category ended in the '90s will line up for the support race at the Le Mans 24 Hours,topped by two Mercedes, four Nissans and three Lancias. Among the 32 entries is the man behind the current success of the category, Bob Berridge. Alongside the Sauber Mercedes C9 he has fielded for Gareth Evans, Berridge will campaign an ex-...

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