Articles tagged Roy Pierpoint

Page 12 of August 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 12, August 1963

The Motor International Six-Hour Saloon-Car Race

Long-distance races have not, in recent years, attracted very much interest in this country; and with the steady down-grading of the Tourist Trophy race into little more than a shortish blind for G.T. cars round a Sussex airfield circuit, the sole remaining long-distance event in Britain until twelve months ago became the 750 M.C.'s Six-Hour Relay Race on the Club circuit at Silverstone—and this...

Page 21 of February 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, February 1963

Lap record goes at Boxing Day Brands

Once again good weather blessed the opening of the B.R.S.C.C.'s Boxing Day race meeting at Brands Hatch, although snow began to fall during the journalists' race and became quite heavy by the end of the day. The first race was a 10-lapper for over 1,600-c.c. G.T. cars, which looked to be a straight fight between Ken Baker's E-type and Mike Salmon's Zagato Aston Martin as the Ferraris of Piper and...

Page 38 of April 2006 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, April 2006

Monster revving loonies

Super Saloons brought the maddest variations of production car models ever to be seen on British racetracks. Marcus Pye looks back on a movement that flourished briefly before burning out Super Saloons were the biggest, baddest 'tin-tops' ever to hit British racetracks. They were steroidal monsters, most of which packed powerful V8 engines beneath skins caricatured from production machines. On...

Page 44 of March 2012 archive issue thumbnail Page 44, March 2012

Dial C for memories

Sir, Thanks for the Alan Mann Racing article in February’s issue, which rekindled some good memories. He mentioned racing a Jaguar C-type and running a garage in Sussex with Roy Pierpoint. That sounds like the Wayside Garage, Rusper (north of Horsham) from which my late father, Keith Jeans, bought a bright red C-type registered 333 GMT in about 1959 to do some club racing, sprints and hillclimbs...

Page 52 of August 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 52, August 1979

Rally Review

The International Rally of Brazil Although an immense amount of excitement and pleasure is generated by the established classic rallies of the world, the appearance of a new event is just as much of an attraction and it is with considerable anticipation, even curiosity, that people well accustomed to the near-institutional status of Acropolis, RAC, Safari and others go along to see for themselves...

Page 110 of September 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 110, September 2010

Drivers honour Brands GP loop

Former Grand Prix drivers David Piper and Keith Greene were guests of honour as the 50th anniversary of the Brands Hatch Grand Prix loop was celebrated during the HSCC Historic Superprix in early July. Piper, 79, and Greene, 72, both competed in the Silver City Trophy race in August 1960, on the day that the Grand Prix loop was opened for racing. While Piper retired after a tangle with Roy...



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