Articles tagged Ron Harris Lotus

Page 20 of September 1964 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, September 1964

Guards International Trophy

For the last few years the big B.R.S.C.C. sports-car meeting on the Monday of the August Bank Holiday weekend has provided the best racing in the country at the time. This season's event was well up to standard, fine weather and an excellent entry for all five races on the programme resulting in an even larger turnout of spectators than usual—over 30,000 being estimated by some people. The main...

Page 22 of October 1964 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, October 1964

Outlon Park Gold Cup

A close raceSeptember 19th Despite an almost complete lack of pre-race publicity, a good crowd turned up at Oulton Park to watch this year's Gold Cup, which had been demoted from F.1 to F.2., the first time that a Formula Two race had been run at the Cheshire circuit. Most of the regular F.2 entrants and drivers turned up, with three Ron Harris Lotus 32s for Clark, Stewart and Spence, Jack...

Page 18 of June 1966 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, June 1966

XXIV Monaco Grand Prix

The Wee Scot Wins Monte Carlo, May 22nd. Since the advent of the new Grand Prix Formula where the only interest seems to be for unsupercharged 3-litre engines, everyone had been waiting for the 1966 Monaco Grand Prix as it was felt that this race would really launch the new Grand Prix racing. Firms who were building new cars or new engines had the Monaco race as their target date and though...

Page 15 of April 2006 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, April 2006

Cult heroes

Eric Offenstadt Works Matra and Lotus driver, bike racing star, technical wizard — and clearly a fan of Hunter Thompson (judging by the pic) — Eric Offenstadt deserves more than a footnote in racing history. At 21, Offenstadt became a French motorcycle champion and was a contemporary of Jean-Pierre Beltoise. He then moved to cars and, in 1964, narrowly lost the French F3 title. Selected to drive...


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