Articles tagged Steve Hislop

Page 17 of August 2008 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, August 2008

Nigel Roebuck

Reflections – Mosley wins, but F1 could be the loser – Brundle’s assessment of the season so far – Kubica sparks memories of old-style Monaco The effects of ‘Whippergate’ smoulder on, and threaten at any moment to erupt into forest fire. Over the Montréal weekend there were serious concerns about the state of the track, which in several places broke up alarmingly during qualifying, but not too...

Page 36 of February 2009 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, February 2009

Norton's rotary revival

Norton is back, and not for the first time. The grand old name of motorcycling – grander than Triumph, older than Harley – has been bought and sold, traded and raided by corporate thugs and asset strippers so many times over the past few decades that it’s a wonder the marque has survived with its dignity intact. In friendly American hands for the past 15 years after previous owner Philip Le Roux...

Page 28 of July 2013 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, July 2013

Mat Oxley

The TT's biggest hero There is no doubt that John McGuiness is an athlete. Anyone who wrestles a 200-horsepower, 165kg motorcycle around bumpy Manx roads, averaging 128mph for an hour and 45 minutes, deserves to be so called. But McGuinness isn't your normal athlete — he's five foot nine and weighs 14 stone. There is a theory that the Lancastrian's generous frame is more of an advantage than a...


August 2019
100 years, three cars, one epic track test



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