Articles tagged Sarah

Page 36 of March 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, March 2010

A schoolmate remembered

Sir, Your correspondent asked about Bill Pinckney’s death (Letters, February). He died, I understand, flying his Rallye Tobago in Scotland in 1990. He farmed in Warwickshire and was married to Evelyn (since remarried). Apparently he had taken some pork to friends in Oban in exchange for some lobster. Before leaving for home he was taking his friends for a short pleasure trip. The Air Accident...

Page 26 of June 1971 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, June 1971

Rallye Renault

May 15/16th Renault Ltd. have staged seven successful Rallye Renault meetings in the past, at Woburn, Blenheim, Mallory Park, Harewood House, Acton and Blenheim, and this year, to celebrate the 70th year of this popular make in the UK, they organised this well-supported event at Penshurst Place. This involved a 50-mile Commemorative Run from the British Renault headquarters in Acton to Kent, in...

Page 66 of April 1989 archive issue thumbnail Page 66, April 1989

Poor public relations

Sir, I would like to voice my disappointment in the attitude taken in the respect of public relations by some of the Formula One teams. My daughter Sarah, aged 13, wrote to a lot of the teams in April 1988 enclosing photographs of their drivers for their autographs. She wrote to every team except March, Tyrrell, Zakspeed, EuroBrun, Coloni, Rial, Osella and Dallara — a total of 10 teams. To date...

Page 74 of March 1998 archive issue thumbnail Page 74, March 1998

The Rodriguez brothers

Ricardo Rodriguez could have been another Senna, but it was only after his tragic death that his older brother, Pedro, started to shine. Mark Hughes remembers them. The Inaugural Mexican Grand Prix of 1962 should have been a celebration. The country's racing prodigy, Ricardo Rodriguez, was to perform in front of his adoring countrymen. These people, who'd watched spellbound a few years earlier as...

Page 74 of August 2013 archive issue thumbnail Page 74, August 2013

A whole bunch of trouble

Pity the poor historian… Even the best documented cars can throw up confusion and doubt when it comes to restoring them Writer Doug Nye For me, a whole bunch of trouble began on December 7 last. Rob Hall of Hall & Hall in Bourne, Lincolnshire, had asked me to inspect the Lotus-Climax 25 which had spent the past 40 years or so in the Donington Collection. For me it was an old friend (I thought...

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