Articles tagged Terry Sanger

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Obituaries

Karl Heinz Kalbfell The architect of BMW's 1999 Le Mans victory and the German firm's return to Fl in 2000 has died following a crash in a classic motorcycle event at Brands Hatch. He was 63. Head of BMW Motorsport from 1988, the German oversaw its successful M3 touring car projects, then took BMW to more success in Super Touring. Kalbfell, who joined BMW in 1977, moved it into sports car racing...

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V8 Rumblings

There have always been people who inserted engines bigger than the makers intended into basically inoffensive machinery. Doubtless Motor Sport's Editor and D.S.J. could accurately recall countless examples of this practice in the past, both in racing and normal road use, but my aim in this short article is to briefly look at recent efforts in transplanting what has become the ultimate in large...

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Brooklands Race Day

The BARC's traditional Brooklands Race Day was wont to feature modern races in recent years. a round of the British F3 Championship being included until last year Now it is exclusively Historic with most of the races being rounds of HSCC Championships. This year's event was sponsored by John Foulston's Atlantic Computers concern amid rumours that Foulston is attempting to buy the lease on the...

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Monster revving loonies

Super Saloons brought the maddest variations of production car models ever to be seen on British racetracks. Marcus Pye looks back on a movement that flourished briefly before burning out Super Saloons were the biggest, baddest 'tin-tops' ever to hit British racetracks. They were steroidal monsters, most of which packed powerful V8 engines beneath skins caricatured from production machines. On...

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Spa 24-hour & Zandvoort 4-hour

ETC rounds 5 and 6 to Hezemans/Quester and BMW. Toine Hezemans and Dieter Quester completed a brilliant double for the BMW works team of 3.0 CSLs, winning both the Spa 24 hr. race on July 21st-22nd and the Zandvoort 4 hr. race on August 12th. BMW thus take a 20 point lead from Ford in the European Touring Car Championship, with 110 points to 90, while Hezemans leads Brian Muir in the drivers'...

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