Articles tagged Williams

Page 46 of December 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 46, December 1951

FOR SALE--continued

FOR SALE—continued BENTLEY PARTS. :1-litre radiator, £15 ; camshaft. £5. 4f-litre, set tourer wings, with front stays. elean but unpainted, £10 ; pair cycle.tym: fronts complete with stays, good condition, British racing green, £6 ; bulkhead, £5 ; Autovac and petrol filter., 43 ; fan assembly, ; hand-brake lever and fulcrum, 50s. ; set four con. -rod; ; big-ends, £6. Iluxharii, Penn Hill Garage...

Page 54 of July 1991 archive issue thumbnail Page 54, July 1991

British Grand Prix Preview -- Goodyear

DSJ has celebrated many an anniversary, the latest has been Goodyear's 250th win in Grand Prix racing..... Keeping a statistical score is a full time job for some enthusiasts, whether it be the number of pole positions gained by Ayrton Senna, the number of race wins by Alain Prost or the number of times a team has failed to finish, and the excitement usually begins at the figure 50, it being a...

Page 62 of January 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 62, January 2011

"I'm not scared of anything - apart from not feeling the passion for racing that i feel right now"

No wonder Rubens Barrichello is happy. Finally, after two decades in the top flight, he is a team leader at Williams, although a certain Mr Schumacher is still testing his patience... No one got hurt in the US Grand Prix at Indianapolis in 2005, but otherwise it was one of the most disastrous days in the history of Formula 1. Michelin, otherwise supreme at the time, for once got its calculations...

Page 28 of November 1934 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, November 1934

RAYMOND MATS (E.R.A.) MAKES FASTEST TIME AT SHELSLEY

FAST CLIMBS AND EXCITING INCIDENTS ON COURSE RENDERED DIFFICULT BY RAIN. EIGHTY names appeared on the programme of the Autumn Hill Climb at Shelsley Walsh, weather conditions varied from dull to very wet indeed, yet interest was well maintained throughout those five rather uncomfortable hours. So much for a first class entry and faultless organisation. The outstanding climbs were made by Mays,...

Page 38 of December 1982 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, December 1982

The Formula One Scene

DURING the past season at most of the Grand Prix events there were meetings and discussions between everybody involved in the Formula One scene. Drivers had meetings, team chiefs had meetings, designers had meetings, sponsors had meetings, FOCA had meetings, FISA had meetings, the Press had meetings, the tyre people had meetings, the organisers had meetings and I think the only people who didn't...

Page 5 of February 1987 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, February 1987

Honours for Williams and Bell

The Queen's New Year Honours list includes awards to two leading motor racing personalities. Frank Williams, chief of the team which won the 1986 F1 Constructors' Championship, was awarded the CBE while Derek Bell received the MBE in recognition of his victory in the World Sportscar Championship.

Page 47 of August 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 47, August 1977

Book Reviews

"The Works Escorts"by Graham Robson. 255pp. 91 in. x 7 in. (Haynes Publishing Group, Sparkford, Yeovil, Somerset BA22 7JJ, £5.95). Several people have, from time to time, attempted to chronicle the lives of the various works rally cars which have been built at the Ford Competitions Department at Boreham Airfield, but they have mostly just scratched the surface. What is more, they tended to ignore...

Page 18 of June 1966 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, June 1966

XXIV Monaco Grand Prix

The Wee Scot Wins Monte Carlo, May 22nd. Since the advent of the new Grand Prix Formula where the only interest seems to be for unsupercharged 3-litre engines, everyone had been waiting for the 1966 Monaco Grand Prix as it was felt that this race would really launch the new Grand Prix racing. Firms who were building new cars or new engines had the Monaco race as their target date and though...

Page 6 of May 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, May 1933

THE LAND'S END" COMES TO AGE

THE: "LAND'S END" COMES OF AGE 21st. M.C.G. TRIAL TO LAND'S END FAVOURED BY PERFECT WEATHER AND A RECORD ENTRY. NEW HILLS FAIRLY EASY. FOR the 21st London to Land's End Trial the Committee of the M.C.C. decided that the famous event should celebrate its majority by some departures from usual practice. To begin with a new starting point was found, Virginia Water giving way to Heston Aerodrome, a...

Page 23 of August 1997 archive issue thumbnail Page 23, August 1997

...and two

Sir, I wish to concur wholeheartedly with the sentiments expressed by Mr Williams of Southampton in the June issue who has echoed my feelings precisely. I also have been reading your publication for as long as I can remember and, having been resident in Nigeria far 30 years, I have used it to keep abreast of all the latest results which are sometimes very hard to come by in a country where it is...

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