Articles tagged Steven Arnold

Page 14 of November 2002 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, November 2002

Minshaw, Rahal and Walker star in Belgian classic

Spa Six Hours Now firmly established as one of the big classic endurance events of the year, the Spa Six Hours drew more than 80 cars to the grid in September for a race that ran from daylight into the night. It provided a famous victory for the Jaguar E-type of Jon Minshaw, ably partnered by his younger brother Jason and Martin Stretton. "It was quite a result to beat the GT40s," said Minshaw...

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Grand designs 1993

... when Italian invader Dallara whitewashed the British F3 grid. Keith Howard finds out why Motorsport manufacturing is like any business: the aim is to make a product so much better than your competitors' that it becomes a sine qua non, the must-have. Italian constructor Dallara achieved this in Formula 3 in 1993, in a dramatic British F3 season during which it literally went from zero to hero...

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Farmer's union with March reaps rewards

BRDC: Silverstone Marking its 75th anniversary, the BRDC added a series of quality historic races to a contemporary Formula Three/British GT meeting on the Grand Prix circuit. A rare visit from the Orwell International Supersports was the star attraction and it was BRDC member Geoff Farmer who won both races. Aboard the Dodkins Motorsport March 717, Farmer maintained his victorious Dijon form,...

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Eagles' peaceful, easy feeling

Shirtsleeves and temperatures in the mid 70s was a welcome backdrop to the Historic Sports Car Club's Finals Day at Silverstone in mid-October. Strong grids and excellent racing completed the picture. Several battles were settled, the first being in favour of Mike Eagles, who secured the Historic Roadsports honours in his rare Australian-built Milano GT. Mark Ashworth lifted the Classic Sports...

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Group C cars steal International Supersports thunder

As a double-header support race to the British Touring Car Championship, the International Supersports Cup drew a disappointing field to Donington Park in late September. To bolster the grid, half a dozen Group C cars were added and, inevitably, dominated the race. While the Spice SE90 of Chris Randall swept clear in both races, it was Peter Hoffman who headed the older cars in his McLaren M8F....

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Rulers of a racing empire

Gian Paolo Dallara and new business partner Andrea Pontremoli are the men behind the world’s most successful yet understated racing car builder By Damien Smith Varano de’ Melegari is a small ‘municipality’, a huddle of pretty villages nestling on the side of a valley 30kms south-west of Parma. Not far from the Tuscan borders, it hints at the ‘rustic charm’ idyll so adored by English middle-class...


January 2020
Racing Rivalries: The 25 most explosive battles between drivers, teams, cars... and families.



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