Articles tagged Race

Page 21 of November 1985 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, November 1985

World Endurance Championship

Fuji 1,000 Kms Europeans lose face Nine years ago Niki Lauda made a decision which cost him the Formula 1 World Championship, when he pulled out of the Japanese Grand Prix at Fuji. It was pouring with rain and the track was flooding in places, and in those conditions he felt that he might have his second major accident in a space of three months. In October the World Endurance Championship teams...

Page 6 of August 1928 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, August 1928


THE ULSTER TOURIST TROPHY. LEA FRANCIS, DRIVEN BY KAYE DON, SCORES ITS FIRST BIG WIN IN RACE PACKED WITH EXCITEMENT. AUGUST 18th, 1928, is a date that should rank high in the history of Motor Car Racing for, as everyone knows, it marked the revival of that one and only British Road Race, the Tourist Trophy. The entries were, considering the circumstances, large, but the withdrawal of the Bentley...

Page 28 of October 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, October 1950


LANCIA AS A DRIVER Sir, I have read with great interest in your current issue the letter " Lancia as a driver," by Mr. Peter Heck. I have known this fine American artist, as a friend, for some time now. It has been my misfortune to have only seen Cox. Lancia race twice, in the 1907 and 1008 Grand Prix at Dieppe, and I have vivid recollection of the great man in the first lap in the 1907 Race on...


January 2020
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