Articles tagged Robert Buchet

Page 105 of June 2005 archive issue thumbnail Page 105, June 2005

Hammer down

Racers that are going, going, gone... As we close for press there are two major sales taking place in Monaco. Arguably the most eagerly awaited of these is the Bonhams auction of Jean-Pierre Beltoise's collection -- the former Monaco Grand Prix winner is selling the bulk of his impressive cache. Among the racers is a Matra MS120 powered by a 435bhp Georges Martin-designed V12 that revs past 11,...

Page 60 of November 1964 archive issue thumbnail Page 60, November 1964

Fragments on forgotten makes

No. 29—The Deemster The Deemster was one of the many makes of light car which was in production for some years after the First World War but which faded away through no fault of its own. I am indebted to V.S.C.C. member Malcolm Jeal, who runs an Austin Seven Chummy, for an introduction to Mr. G. E. Hester, who was Works Manager of the Ogston Motor Company (5901) Ltd., which made Deemster cars,...

Page 54 of May 1966 archive issue thumbnail Page 54, May 1966

Le Mans test week-end

Le Mans (France), April 2nd/3rd. The provision of a week-end of use of the Sarthe circuit in early April is now well established and apart from allowing entrants to do serious testing, it allows the organisation to get into its stride in readiness for the 24-hour classic in June. With 30,000 spectators attending there was more than enough opportunity for the organisation to get in some practice...


December 2019
Ford vs Ferrari: The Le Mans '66 Film Special



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