KEEPING THE SPIRIT ALIVE SINCE 1999

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11-Aug-20 /historicracing.com
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In the sixties South Africa enjoyed a thriving Formula One circus of it’s own. And one of it’s best remembered practitioners was Brausch Niemann. Not because he was especially talented – although he did appear to be half-sharp – but because he had a Lotus Seven. And by all accounts, a particularly tatty one.

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22-Jan-19 /historicracing.com
Alan Stacey

Alan Stacey died on this day in 1960, 60 years ago, he was 27. He would have been 87 this year.

Stacey had an artificial lower right leg and used a motorcycle style twist-grip throttle. Drove for Lotus but was killed at 1960 Belgian Grand Prix when he was hit full in the face by a bird causing him to crash.

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SPEED AND STYLE RETURNS TO SALON PRIVÉ

29-Jun-20 /SALON PRIVÉ

From the globally renowned Concours d’Elégance to the presentation of the Club Trophy, this year’s Salon Privé is set to be another unforgettable celebration of the very best that the motoring world has to offer.

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  • Niche Italian Car Manufacturer, Manifattura Automobili Torino To Launch New Stratos At Salon Privé

    Designed, engineered and built by Turin-based Manifattura Automobili Torino, the spectacular New Stratos will be one of a number of stunning new cars debuting at this year’s Salon Privé and with just 25 being built, it will be a very rare sight

    11-Jun-20/ Salon Privé
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      Ford scored their first victory at Le Mans with their GT40's finishing first, second and third.
    • 2005
      Formula One's most farcical Grand Prix, the USGP at Indianapolis, won by Micahel Schumacher. All cars using Michelin tires refused to race leaving just 6 starters.
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