Articles tagged Tom Sneva

Page 115 of June 2006 archive issue thumbnail Page 115, June 2006

Shop talk

Sir Once I knew that the May edition of Motor Sport was to contain an article on the Brabham-Repcos, I looked forward to the issue with greater than usual anticipation. However, the real treat was the article by Mike Scarlett about the early Brabham team, and the photographs brought back many memories. Having worked at Brabham during the summer of 1963 I managed to persuade my father that my...

Page 61 of November 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 61, November 1978

USAC in England- Misguided?

At the beginning of October an unusual happening took place on two British circuits, at Silverstone over the weekend of October 1st and at Brands Hatch on October 7th. A group of drivers and cars from the United States of America visited our shores and went through the motions of racing in two events which counted in their own 1978 season championship series. In America oval-track racing is...

Page 87 of September 2013 archive issue thumbnail Page 87, September 2013

Lunch with... Tyler Alexander

Now retired, the American is one of McLaren’s unsung heroes – a key cog during the company’s spectacular evolution Writer Simon Taylor | Photographer Charles Cest Career in brief Born: 2/9/1940, Weymouth, Mass, USA 1961: SCCA mechanic. 1963: John Mecom. 1964: Bruce McLaren Motor Racing as engineer, then team manager in Tasman Series, sports cars, Formula 1, CanAm, Indycar. 1982: Mayer Motor...

Page 84 of May 2009 archive issue thumbnail Page 84, May 2009

Lunch, laughs and life at Indy

Twice a week a group of retired racers meet near the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to talk old times and trade insults. Motor Sport secured an invite… By Robin Miller To the casual observer it is simply a table full of grey-haired, loud, sometimes vulgar old men who can’t hear due to all those years of running without earplugs. But to anyone who followed Indycar or open-wheel racing from the late...



October 2019
Brawn Supremacy



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