Articles tagged Stewart

Page 38 of October 1967 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, October 1967

BOOK HOLIDAY AT BRANDS HATCH

BANK HOLIDAY AT BRANDS HATCH THE 13.R.S.C.C.„ with the financial backing of Guards Cigarettes, put on an enjoyable series of races on I Ioliday Monday, under warm skies and watched by a large crowd of spectators. Main event of the day was a Formula Two event, run in two warm-up Heats, of so laps each, and a Final of 40 laps, and Brabham, Rindt, Hill, Attwood, Stewart and Irwin flew back to...

Page 37 of September 1971 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, September 1971

Reflections in the Eifel Mountains

The Nurburgring is still the Nurburgring and though one or two bits have been altered it is still a great driver challenge and with a lap speed of nearly 115 m.p.h. for the 22.8 kilometres (14.1 miles) of ups and downs and twists and turns, the only flat part being in the start area, it must represent Grand Prix racing in one of its best aspects, along with Monaco for street-racing and...

Page 8 of July 2002 archive issue thumbnail Page 8, July 2002

Hero workship at Goodwood Festival of speed

Living history in the form of Jackie Stewart in a Tyrell, Emerson Fittipaldi in a Lotus 72 and Alan Jones in a Williams, brought up to date by six current F1 teams, including Jenson Button aboard a Renault: that's just four of the headline acts as the 2002 Goodwood Festival of Speed plans to celebrate 'a history of heroes'. Legends of Motorsport, man and machine, will again gather in rural Sussex...

Page 19 of April 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, April 1936

A Rear-engined Austin

A Rear-engined Austin The new overhead-camshaft Austin, fully described elsewhere in this issue, has created no mean stir, and will be one of the star attractions at the Easter Monday meeting at Brooklands. Murray Jamieson tells me that this is not the limit of his ambitions. If the small car is the success it ought to be, he wants to move on to something bigger, perhaps 1 litres. He hankers...

Page 117 of June 2009 archive issue thumbnail Page 117, June 2009

"I raced one"

The Chequered Flag boss and Gemini founder was the first man to race an Elan and he didn’t much care for it. Well, not at first anyway… “The standard Elan wasn’t a good track car until we started modifying it. I was the first person to race one. It was at Silverstone in 1963 and I was not impressed. Our car was standard other than having a Duckworth-modified engine, so it was very quick – but it...

Page 42 of November 1967 archive issue thumbnail Page 42, November 1967

UNITED STATES G.P.

UNITED STATES G.P. Team Lotus lucky WANKINS GLEN, N.Y., October 1st. FOR the seventh time the Grand l'rix of the United States was run on the 3.7-kilometre Watkins Glen circuit. With no starting money but a prize money pool of over too,000 dollars, paying 20,000 dollars first place and 2,803 dollars last place, all expenses for the round trip from Europe being paid by the organisers, this year's...

Page 159 of September 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 159, September 1999

Contents

If you were lucky enough to have been in attendance at last year's Goodwood Motor Circuit Revival Meeting then the emphasis we have placed on its return in 1999 will come as no surprise to you. If you didn't manage to take that step back in time then you may just be wondering what all the fuss is about. Hopefully, over the following pages, we will be able to explain all. Goodwood has an...

Page 11 of August 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 11, August 1931

THE BELGIAN GRAND PRIX

THE BELGIAN GRAND PRIX Victory for Bugatti in the race and in the Championship of Europe ; Alfa-Romeos occupy next three places. THE Belgian Grand l'rix, which was run for the usual 10-hour period over the Spa circuit on Sunday, 12th July, represented the final race for the 1931 Championship of Europe, which, as the result of the cancellation of the Spanish event, was to be decided on the results...

Page 20 of October 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, October 1935

SCRATCH CAR WINS THE 500 MILE RACE

SCRATCH CAR WINS THE 500 MILE RACE JOHN COBB AND T. E. ROSE-RICHARDS BRING THROUGH THE NAPIER-RAILTON AT 121.28 M.P.H. LORD HOWE AND BRIAN LEWIS (3.3-LITRE BUGATTI) THIRD, ONLY 8 SECONDS BEHIND VON PER BECKE AND E. McCLURE (2-LITRE RILEY). INCESSANT TYRE TROUBLE CAUSED BY BAD SURFACE AND HIGH SPEEDS THE ORDER OF THE DAY The Five Hundred Miles race always seems something of a gamble, with the dice...

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"I know how fast good luck can turn back on you. And I've had some good fortune this summer"

The final months of Jochen Rindt's life were a mix of great success on track and personal tragedy, as explained in a new book on F1's only posthumous World Champion It was the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort on June 21, 1970, that changed everything for Jochen. It was the race where the Lotus 72 finally came good, and where the death of his close friend Piers Courage made him question the very...

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