|SILVERSTONE CLASSIC ROARS FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH|
|◾Full preview to the world's biggest classic motor racing festival
◾Special 40th anniversary James Hunt celebrations
◾World Champions and Grand Prix winners in legendary line-up
◾HSCC, Viper and Porsche top milestone track parades
◾Sir Geoff Hurst's Ferrari auctioned on 50th anniversary of his World Cup winning hat-trick
◾All tickets must be purchased in advance
Next week's Silverstone Classic (29-31 July) will build on the enormous success of last year's Silver Jubilee festival. Twe...[Read more...]|
|John Barnard's Finest: Some of the Greatest of Barnard's Design|
The latter-part of Barnard's Formula One career would be filled with disappointments and disputes. However, there was no disputing the genius of the man from London. In fact, a couple of innovations that are mainstays in Formula One design were first introduced by this man who had been involved in motor racing in some form or manner since the 1960s.
John Barnard would be born in London on the 4th of May in 1946. The war was over and a whole new world loomed on the horizon. It was t...[Read more...]|
|1982 Austrian Grand Prix: de Angelis Flying Through the Thin Air|
|It is almost impossible to predict events and just how momentous they just might be. This would certainly be the case with the 1982 Austrian Grand Prix, a truly special and memorable moment in Formula One history.
Heading into the Austrian Grand Prix in 1982 Formula One was in a bit of trouble and desperately needed a lift. All throughout the paddock there were teams that needed some good news. And then there would be others that needed some good news in order to be able to weather a storm co...[Read more...]|
|1968 Belgian Grand Prix: A First for McLaren|
|McLaren and Formula One are truly synonymous. Over the course of its history, McLaren has completed 714 races and have garnered no less than 178 victories. But while McLaren and victory in Formula One are an almost certainty, the very first would be anything but a complete surprise.
In December of 1959, Jack Brabham would be leading the way in his Cooper T51 with Bruce McLaren following along not all that far behind. The final lap of the United States Grand Prix held at Sebring, Florida has j...[Read more...]|
|1984 Brazilian Grand Prix: An Overshadowed Overachievement|
|In 1983, a little-known Belgian driver by the name of Thierry Boutsen would buy his way into a drive with the Arrows Racing Team in time to take part in the Belgian Grand Prix. Though he would retire early in the race, he would follow the performance up with two-straight near misses of the points, beating his teammate in the process. He had been close with a car that was already overreaching. One year later, competing with an older and underdeveloped car, championship points couldn't have seemed...[Read more...]|