Articles tagged Tony Smith

Page 14 of July 2005 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, July 2005

Event of the month -- Grand Prix Historique de Pau

American Duncan Dayton cleaned up at Pau with three wins in a meeting chock full of action and accidents. Report by Paul Lawrence -- photography by Jim Houlgraye Duncan Dayton was the undisputed king of Pau 2005. The American plundered three of the major races in his brace of Brabhams as the famous city circuit hosted a fabulous weekend of historic racing. With the snow-capped peaks of the...

Page 6 of January 2000 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, January 2000

Stretton warps up South African Finale

Twenty-two years after Patrick Depailler finished third in the South African GP, aboard a six-wheeled Tyrrell, Martin Stretton &we its sister P34 to victory in the last round of the HA Thoroughbred GP Championship at Kyalami on November 28. Only half the original circuit remains, but Stretton's style in the ex-Ronnie Peterson car evoked memories of `SuperSwede' for the crowd at the Vodacom...

Page 5 of November 1998 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, November 1998

Goodwood Sets '99 Dates for festival and Retro Race Meeting

'“Year One to Formula 1, a Millenium of Horsepower" or as one Formula One wag has already dubbed it "Flintstone to Ecclestone" is the theme of the Goodwood Road Racing Company's seventh Festival of Speed celebration, which is scheduled to take place in Goodwood Park on June 18-20. "We will start with the invention of the wheel, and work our way towards the space age technology of the current F1...

Page 100 of October 2007 archive issue thumbnail Page 100, October 2007

Access all eras

A huge crowd enjoyed a massive entry, great racing, and fascinating displays at Silverstone  By Paul Lawrence With a crowd of 40,000 fans and a massive field of over 600 entries for 22 races, the Silverstone Classic is a giant of the summer season of historic racing festivals.  The 2007 event, celebrating in particular Group C racing and Porsche, offered so much to see and do that many visitors...

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Glorious ambition

Aston Martin’s Project cars were intended to return  the company to the forefront of GT racing. We drove a recreation of 214 at its spiritual home, Goodwood By Andrew Frankel Sometimes things just don’t turn out as they should. If you had been in the grandstands at Le Mans one lap into the 24-hour race of 1962, you’d have had every reason to believe you were witnessing the birth of a new and...

Page 66 of May 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 66, May 1995

VSCC Silverstone

What changes greeted the members of the VSCC as they descended on Silverstone for their traditional curtain-raiser to the new season on the 8th April? Well, gone were the old café and bar, and in their place were rolling acres of new tarmac behind the pits, and a sparkling array of new paddock buildings to cater for the manoeuvering of F1 transporters and the like. On the track, the eagerly...

Page 10 of September 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 10, September 2001

That's the way to do it, Formula One

A full grid of Thoroughbred GP Cars thrilled the crowds at Silverstone after this year's British Grand Prix and served as a reminder of how F1 racing used to be. In a race that no-one seemed to want to win, Bob Berridge (Arrows A3), Duncan Dayton (Williams FW07C) and Martin Stretton (Tyrrell P34) took turns at the front of this high-speed history lesson. Dayton and Berridge battled until a brush...

Page 16 of October 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, October 2011

Masters major at Oldtimer

Masters major at Oldtimer The first Grand Prix Masters race delivered a close finish during the 39th Oldtimer GP at the Niirburgring. Roland Kinch (Arrows A4) pipped Joaquin Folch (Brabham BT49C) by just 0.3 seconds, but in Sunday's wet race Steve Hartley was on top in his A4 with Kinch second and Folch down the order. Simon Hadfield won a wet World Sportscar Masters race when he took over Folch'...



August 2019
100 years, three cars, one epic track test



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