Articles tagged Tom Bridger

Page 48 of October 1997 archive issue thumbnail Page 48, October 1997

The road to Morocco

He was Vanwall's number three to Moss and Brooks, but as Robert Edwards relates, Stuart Lewis-Evans could be challenge either man It was a subdued and depressing flight back from Casablanca in the BEA Viscount. The Grand Prix from which it was returning, the decider of the season, had delivered two long-awaited firsts to British motor racing; those of the first British world drivers' champion,...

Page 17 of June 1956 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, June 1956

West Essex C.C. - Snetterton

The West Essex C.C. Whitsun Race Meeting took place at Snetterton on May 19th. Special features of the day were the "Double Twelve" Trophy Race, run in three parts, and the saloon-car race. Immense fun was had by all in the latter event and some very creditable and at the same time hilarious driving was portrayed by the small car exponents. Archie Scott-Brown was again on form in his Lister-...

Page 30 of October 1958 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, October 1958

Brands Hatch International Meeting (August 30th)

A warm sunny day, a large crowd and some of the world's leading drivers combined to make this the finest day of racing ever seen at Brands Hatch. As expected, after the phenomenal amount of practice he had done, Stirling Moss won the Kentish "100" Trophy for Formula II cars, but he had to fight very hard to do so, overcoming some very stout resistance from Jack Brabham and Stuart Lewis-Evans....


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