Articles tagged Robin Eyre-Maunsell

Page 98 of November 2006 archive issue thumbnail Page 98, November 2006

Track & field

A strong Porsche challenge failed to overhaul the leading Morgan as the multi-venue event sprinted around the circuits and stately homes of the UK Like the 1973 Tour of Britain on which the event was loosely based, the Tour Britannia attracted a host of American muscle cars, including a replica of the James Hunt Chevrolet Camaro which won the event more than 30 years ago. However, on this...

Page 111 of December 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 111, December 2004

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Tony Fall. Robin Eyre-Maunsell and Gwyndaf Evans are among the entries for the Lombard Revival Rally. The event runs from York to Cheltenham on November 25-27

Page 56 of February 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 56, February 1976

From a Stratos Hot Seat

Some friends thought I was mad, others thought I was about to be scared out of my wits, few would have given me credit for bravery in lieu of stupidity. As I sat there in the navigator's seat of potentially the fastest rally car in Britain at the start of last month's ShellSport Tour of Dean Rally, I confess to having felt a certain amount of apprehension. For four years, from the days when, as...

Page 105 of December 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 105, December 2004

Maunsell's Rapier thrust

Maunsell's Rapier thrust Rally of the Tests I Noy 4-7 Robin Eyre-Maunsell and Peter Scott emerged atop a fierce contest for victory in the fourth Rally of the Tests. After more than three days of regularity sections and special tests, their Sunbeam Rapier headed the Mercedes 300SE of Frank Fennell and Kevin Savage by just 12sec. The rally boasted a fresh look for 2004, with a start in Torquay and...

Page 39 of January 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 39, January 1976

Rally review

An exciting year in Britain's national championship "If anyone expressed surprise at the number of British drivers who finished in the top ten of the RAC International Rally, then that person must have had his head in the sand for the past year." The speaker is Roger Clark, Britain's undisputed rally king, who had just regained the National Rally Championship crown and by finishing second on the...

Page 117 of December 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 117, December 2004

Simon Taylor's Notebook

Simon :\otebqok Historic rallying is serious stuff. But mixed in with all that will to win is a lot of fun and camaraderie Down the years, rallying at its highest level has changed almost as much as top-line motor racing. For sheer spectacle there is little to touch a works rally car flat out on a gravelstrewn forest lane, and world rallying is now excellently covered on TV. But its audiences...

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