Articles tagged Sean Walker

Page 132 of September 2014 archive issue thumbnail Page 132, September 2014

HSCC SuperPrix, Brands Hatch

Finally unshackled from a date clash with the Goodwood Festival of Speed, one of Britain’s finest staples still struggled to pull in a significant crowd – a quirk science is powerless to explain. One or two classes were short on numbers, but there were still 360-odd entries for 14 categories and 18 races. The meeting commenced in receding fog and passed via glorious sunshine to brief, teeming...

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Gugelmin Clinches F3 Championship

This year's Marlboro British Formula Three Championship has been the strangest in years for no one driver has emerged as the star of the series. It has also been one of the closest with the outcome being decided at the final round at Silverstone on October 13th. There, Brazilian Mauricio Gugelmin (Ralt RT30-VW) scored an emphatic win over Andy Wallace (Reynard 853-VW) so securing the title with...

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50 years on

In order to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of VE Day, the HSCC hosted a one-off two-day Historic race meeting at Donington Park, and with the assistance of a number of specialist clubs and groups, including the VSCC and HGPCA, assembled a quite superb entry, which, in terms of variety and quality, was second only to the Coys Festival in the British racing calendar, with on-track action being...

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British and Czech interests got together on 30 September/1 October to present a new development in historic racing — a major race meeting on the other side of the old Iron Curtain. The venue was the ultra-modern Brno autodrome in the Czech Republic, which hosted the final 1995 rounds of both the FIA Cup for Thoroughbred Grand Prix Cars and the International Super Sports Cup. Champion-elect Martin...

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Famous teams resurrected

Two famous team names are set to return to racing this season. Ian Walker Racing will be revived to tend a Lotus 26R for Sean Walker, son of the founder, in HSCC events and European races. IWR (right) was one of the first semi-works Lotus teams, running Elans, 23s and FJs. Meanwhile, Italian firm Nordauto, which builds and runs Alfa Romeos in European Touring Cars, has changed its name to...

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Cotton On

WSC Prospects -- False Dawn? Just eight 3.5-litre cars were registered for the 1991 World Sportscar Championship when FISA closed the list on March 15, and the administrators must have thanked their lucky stars that they had decided, somewhat begrudgingly a year ago, to allow the 'unlimited' fuel consumption controlled cars a year of grace. There are 10 of those, making a half-decent grid of 18...

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New for Old

David McKinney reports on the HSCC's 30 year celebration meeting and MotorSport Trophy Rob Hall moved into the joint lead of the European Historic Formula 2 Championship when he took his March 712 to two dominant victories on the new International Circuit at, Silverstone on June 15, helped by the retirements of his two closest rivals, John Harper through engine trouble in his matching March, and...

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HGPCA/TGP: Donington Park

TGP goes to Wilson, as Sytner prevails in epic Pre-66 Battle An epic HGPCA battle betwen Frank Sytner and Michael Schryver, and a memorable FIA Pre-66 Historic Touring Car contest were the highlights of a busy 14-race weekend at Donington Park. The Pre-66 HGPCA race delivered a stunning tussle between Sytner (Brabham BT4) and Schryver, racing the ex-Jim Clark/John Surtees Lotus 18 for the first...

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Racing beats rain

Beautiful cars and good racing shone through at Brands as dreadful weather failed to spoil an exciting new fixture on the historic racing calendar. Paul Lawrence reports The British Bank Holiday weather did its best to wreck the Masters weekend on the Brands Hatch GP circuit, but some great cars and an encouraging crowd proved that the concept is most definitely right. On track, Richard Meins...

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Dayton's Coppa-bottomed success halts Kumschick run

American Duncan Dayton took the big prize during Monza's major historic event at the end of May. Racing his Williams FWO7C, Dayton won a cracking TGP contest to bring a halt to Fredy Kumschick's winning sequence in his FWO7C. Dayton led from the start, but over the second half of the race he was forced to keep pushing hard as both Kumschick and Christian Gläsel's Brabham BT49 closed to within a...



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