Articles tagged Walter Wolf Racing

Page 107 of July 1980 archive issue thumbnail Page 107, July 1980

Notes on the cars at Monaco and Jarama

The short report ot the Monaco GP that was rushed into the June issue of Motor Sport precluded any mention of the mechanical activities of the Formula One teams, so for those who are interested in such things we combine the notes on the cars at Monaco and at Jarama, where the Spanish GP took place two weeks after the Monte Carlo event. Ferrari: The regular three cars, 044, 045 and 046 at Monaco,...

Page 44 of December 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 44, December 1977

The Japanese Grand Prix

Hunt leaves no doubt Fuji Speedway, October 23rd Although the Japanese Grand Prix is a new event to the Formula One World Championship series, a race under that title was first held as long ago as 1963. Then it was won by a certain P. Warr at the wheel of one of Colin Chapman's little Lotus 23B sports racing cars. That of course was Peter Warr, then a keen amateur racing driver, and more recently...

Page 27 of December 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 27, December 1977

Water Wolf Racing

Almost exactly a year ago we were being introduced to the new Wolf racing car and the new team. Walter Wolf had financed the Frank Williams team in 1976, with the Harvey Postlethwaite-designed rubber-spring car, with a variety of second-class drivers. This had got Wolf into the Formula One world, but he wasn't content to be at the back of the field, he wanted his team to win. Buying out the...

Page 53 of July 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 53, July 1976

Notes on the Cars at Monte Carlo

There was nothing startlingly new at Monte Carlo, but quite a lot of detail improvements and modifications to existing cars. However, the Scuderia Ferrari produced a brand new 312T2 car, number 027 in the series, and this was given to Regazzoni. The first of the T2 cars, number 025, was relegated to the role of "muletta" or the team spare. Lauda was still with his usual car, number 026, and as...

Page 90 of May 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 90, May 1979

The United States Grand Prix (West)

No mistakes this time Long Beach, California, April 8th EACH YEAR the running of the United States Grand Prix (West) through the streets of the town of Long Beach in California seems to go more smoothly as the organisation solves past problems and learns from its brief experience, this year being the fifth event held on the interesting street circuit. Outside officialdom, such as the FISA circuit...

Page 26 of January 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, January 1979

Formula One Teams for 1979

Lotus: Heading the 1979 list, naturally enough, is Team Lotus, no longer supported by John Player, the cigarette firm, while the cars will not be called John Player Specials (not that we at Motor Sport did call them by that name to us a Lotus is a Lotus). Olympus Cameras joined Team Lotus for part of last season, but they too have left the Norfolk team. The place of these two sponsors has been...

Page 44 of September 2002 archive issue thumbnail Page 44, September 2002


SMALL GOOD WOLF NO OTHER FORMULA ONE TEAM HAS MADE A DEBUT QUITE LIKE IT. DAVID MALSHER REASSESSES THE ASTONISHING FIRST SEASON OF WALTER WOLF'S ONE-CAR BAND WAITER WOLF, MID-1976, ICNEW FORMULA ONE HAD more to offer him than this. His partnership with Williams had produced a two-car team that played a flotsam-and-jetsam role at grands prix, mobile chicanes for serious drivers in serious cars to...

Page 23 of December 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 23, December 1976

The Formula One scene

The 1976 Formula One Season (the Formula One Constructors have successfully knocked the Grand out of Prix racing!) is surely one that everyone will be pleased to forget, though how all the faults are going to be corrected by the time the 1977 season starts is difficult to see. There is little point in re-capping in detail on what happened when, who won what and where, for it has all been recorded...

Page 86 of June 1998 archive issue thumbnail Page 86, June 1998

The start of something big

The car on the left never won a race but its arrival in F1 changed the face of the spor forever. Matthew Franey samples a piece of Grand Prix history – Frank Williams’ first car, the FW06 When Jackie Stewart was asked to make his pre-season predictions for the 1978 Formula One World Championship he split the field into two camps: 'the giants' and those 'trying to show their strength and bare...


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