|JIM CLARK'S LOTUS 33 R11 MAKES FIRST PUBLIC APPEARANCE IN OVER 40 YEARS AT RACE RETRO 2017|
|In the annals of motor racing, few machines are as iconic as the Lotus-Climax Type 33, chassis number R11, the car driven by Jim Clark to first place in the 1965 Belgian, British, German and Syracuse Grands Prix and the Lotus in which he won his second World Championship.
It is only right that this amazing piece of motorsport history be the centrepiece of the Motor Sport Hall of Fame at Race Retro, the international historic motorsport show, held at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, from 24 – 26...[Read more...]|
|LISTER MOTOR COMPANY ANNOUNCES NEW CONTINUATION CAR – THE LISTER COSTIN|
|◾Lister Motor Company is proud to reveal a new continuation run of the Lister Costin racing car, the last Lister racer of the 1950s
◾Originally designed by aerodynamicist Frank Costin, brother of Mike Costin of Cosworth fame, the Lister Costin featured a sleek body
◾In period, the Lister Costin was driven by legends such as Stirling Moss and Ivor Bueb and competed at Sebring and Le Mans
◾The Costin continuations follow on from the aluminium-bodied Lister Knobbly and the magnesium-bodied Knob...[Read more...]|
|BMW MUSEUM AG'S 1978 MARCH BMW 782 RETURNED TO ITS FORMER GLORY BY CARS INTERNATIONAL|
|Cars International were out testing at Silverstone on Friday, shaking down the Munich based Museum's 1978 March BMW 782, which has recently undergone a full restoration, before it makes its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Cars International, renowned as experts in the sales and preparation of historically important F1 cars, were out in action last Friday at Silverstone circuit to shake down a March BMW 782 F2 car.
The 1978 March BMW 782 is owned by the BMW museum AG, who commissio...[Read more...]|
|1967 German Grand Prix: Ickx Just Playing with the Big Boys|
|As the usual immense crowd gathered around the Nuburgring for the 1967 German Grand Prix, just a casual glance at the grid would not tell the real story. However, it wouldn't take too long before the crowd would begin to take notice of a Formula 2 car being driven by some young Belgian with a short, but interesting, last name. From that moment on, nearly everyone would know the name Ickx.
Jacky Ickx's talent was quickly gaining recognition and praise. However, at the beginning of the 1967 se...[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...]|