Articles tagged Richard Jenvey

Page 86 of December 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 86, December 2010

Rock'n Roll'n Racing

Forget playing Wembley Arena – the stadium that Nick Mason loves best is in France, just outside a small town called Le Mans The door is open at the top of the metal staircase. Enter the large upper-floor warehouse office and you’re met by three objects which offer a perfect snapshot of the man who owns this place: on the left is a Formula 1 car that at first glance looks like a Patrick Tambay...

Page 66 of June 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 66, June 1979

Endurance Racing Survey

Dijon and Silverstone Perhaps the most surprising thing about the World Championship for Makes these days is the tremendous contrast that can emerge between one round and another. The third round of the championship, at Dijon in Eastern France on April 22nd, was one of the dullest long-distance races one could wish to avoid, despite a full grid of varied machinery, and was watched by a suitably...

Page 77 of April 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 77, April 2001

Warhorses: Lola T290, chassis number HU22

While impecunious privateers in the '70s felt momocoques were flimsy and no rugged enough, this car proved them wrong, says Marcus Pye 1290 chassis HU22 — or 'Old Faithful' as it is affectionately known to Dorset Racing's Tony Birchenhough — has the finest CV of any 2-litre Gp6 sports prototype. With five Le Mans 24 Hours starts and 25 gruelling world championship rounds on a staggering 80-plus...


January 2020
Racing Rivalries: The 25 most explosive battles between drivers, teams, cars... and families.



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