|WORLD-FIRST DISPLAY OF ALL SEVEN REMAINING LOTUS 49S LINING-UP AT AUTOSPORT INTERNATIONAL|
|◾Autosport International to host display featuring all seven remaining Lotus type 49 cars thanks to their owners from around the world
◾Celebrations at Autosport International to mark 50 years since this pioneering F1 car first raced
◾To this day, the Lotus 49 realised the greatest step in Grand Prix performance ever
◾The Lotus type 49 was designed in conjunction with the Ford DFV engine
◾Autosport International is the only place to see this unrivalled collection of iconic Lotus 49s in one p...[Read more...]|
|Harry Schell: American Bleue|
| ||Americans would officially set foot on French soil during the Second World War in 1944. However, after a few years, the troops would leave, yet, there would be one that would remain. He had been in Europe long before and he would be there still when the Americans returned in the 1950s.
Selim Lawrence 'Laury' Schell would lead the way. Though conceived by American parents, Laury would be actually be born in Switzerland in the late 19th century. At that time, the automobile was still very much ...[Read more...]|
|1972 Italian Grand Prix: Youth Beats Experience|
|From the moment Fittpaldi responded by earning victory following the tragic loss of Jochen Rindt back in 1970, it was clear the Brazilian was a World Champion in the making. The question would be 'How long would it take?' In just two short years, and in front of the Tifosi, everyone would have their answer.
It had been a remarkable moment. Emerson inherited the lead of the 1970 United States Grand Prix with less than ten laps remaining. He had only just taken his place at Lotus at the British...[Read more...]|
|1961 Monaco Grand Prix: Outdueled by a Legend|
|Powering his way around Tabac, Richie Ginther would find that his time had run out. He had doggedly fought and wrestled his way around the tight, twisty streets of Monaco in pursuit of Moss. The British veteran had an answer for everything but it required perhaps the best drive of his life to hold off the undersized American.
Paul Richard 'Richie' Ginther started out his career in racing as a mechanic and preparer of racing cars. One of his friends and customers would be the great Phil Hill. ...[Read more...]|
|1965 Mexico Grand Prix: Ginther Finally Gets It!|
|Richie Ginther had come so close so many times in the past but had always been outshone by someone else for victory. Now with the new Honda Team, it seemed anybody other than Ginther would win. But all of that would change on the 24th of October, 1965.
Ginther's debut in Formula One would be rather impressive. Following two 6th place finishes in his first World Championship events, he would start the 1960 Italian Grand Prix from the middle of the front row and would follow his Ferrari teammat...[Read more...]|