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  GRAND PRIX MOTOR RACING DEVELOPMENT AND HISTORY | FORMULA ONE RECORDS AND RACING SPEED ACES | THE BLUEBIRD ELECTRIC ...
This was true of the Le Mans circuit of the 1906 Grand Prix, as well as the Targa Florio (run on 93 miles of Sicilian roads), the German Kaiserpreis circuit (75 miles long), and the French circuit at Dieppe (a mere 48 miles), used for the 1907 Grand Prix.
The 1933 Monaco Grand Prix was the first time in the history of the sport that the grid was deciding by timed qualifying rather than the luck of a draw.
The Grand Prix of Argentina was noteworthy as Moss, driving a Cooper, used one less pitstop and had to conserve his tires in the later stages of the race, just crossing the line with the canvas showing.
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 Grand Prix Hall of Fame - Jimmy Clark - Biography
His first race for Lotus was at the Dutch Grand Prix in 1960, where he raced in place of John Surtees who was still racing motorcycles at the time.
This was the most dangerous course in Grand Prix racing, a 9 mille monster and in 1960 it took the lives of two drivers including Clark's teammate Alan Stacey.
During a break in action Lotus took the Grand Prix car to Indianapolis and tested it on the famous speedway while the track was closed.
www.ddavid.com /formula1/clark_bio.htm   (1148 words)

  
 Eagle Eye: The Eagle Gurney-Weslake F1 Effort
There is no feeling like crossing the finish line first: Dan Gurney wins the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa and faces the waiting reporters, a delighted Jo Ramirez by his side.
It was a particular heartbreaker for Dan, the team, his many German fans and American G.I's as he was leading the race with a margin of 42 seconds ahead of Denny Hulme when a universal joint broke 2 laps before the finish.
The Italian Grand Prix at Monza three weeks later was to be the last for the Eagle F1 car.
www.allamericanracers.com /gurney_grand-prix/eagle_f1-photo.html   (580 words)

  
 Guardian | Keith Duckworth
Keith Duckworth, who has died at the age of 72, was widely acclaimed in formula one motor racing circles as one of the most imaginative and resourceful engineers of the postwar era.
His Cosworth DFV grand prix engine changed the sport's landscape for ever after its introduction at the 1967 Dutch grand prix, where it powered Jim Clark's epochal Lotus 49 to a dominant debut victory.
Between Clark's win in Holland and Michele Alboreto's victory in the 1983 Detroit grand prix, the Cosworth DFV and its derivatives won no fewer than 155 world championship rounds.
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 Grand Prix Hall of Fame - Jochen Rindt - Biography
In 1967 the Coopers were outclassed and Jochen managed to score only two 4th places in the Belgian and Italian GPs.
His first year at Lotus was marked by a scary accident during the Spanish Grand Prix where his aerofoil collapsed, resulting in a broken jaw and concussion.
The much revised Lotus 72 minus the anti-dive was ready for the Dutch GP, Jochen took pole position on the grid, assumed the lead on lap 3 and held it to the finish.
www.ddavid.com /formula1/rindt_bio.htm   (1333 words)

  
 Formula One 1950 - 1990
Jim Clark was clerly the greatest racing driver of his time, this close up print show him driving at the British Grand Prix in 1967, in the Lotus 49 with the Cosworth DFV engine, this was to be his last home victory before his accident at Hockenheim which claimed his life.
Graham Hill starting from the second row takes the lead on lap 53 of the Monaco Grand Prix in 1961, driving the BRM, and claiming victory for the second year in a row.
This limited edition print shows Tony Brooks winning the 1958 Belgium Grand Prix, he is driving the Vanwall and is followed by Mike Hawthorn in the Ferrari D246.
www.sportart.com.au /en-us/dept_28.html   (883 words)

  
 Eagle Eye: The Eagle Gurney-Weslake F1 Effort
When the first car appeared in Zandvoort at the Dutch Grand Prix in 1967, it received a lot of admiring stares from the public and the experts and was showered with publicity.
We continued to be competitive throughout the 1967 season, qualifying usually in the first or second row of the starting field and my battles on the track with Jimmy Clark, Graham Hill, Jochen Rindt and John Surtees during that memorable year are, they tell me, the stuff of legend.
The Italian Grand Prix in Monza, a month later, was to be the last Grand Prix for this car.
www.allamericanracers.com /gurney_grand-prix/eagle_f1-story.html   (2529 words)

  
 Exoto's Lotus Ford Type 49 - Grand Prix Classics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The 1967 Dutch Grand Prix, run on the famed Zandvoort circuit, saw the fairy tale debut of both the Lotus 49 chassis and the Ford Cosworth V8 engine.
That same year, Clark actually added a fourth Grand Prix victory to his career; in Mexico with a 1967 Lotus 49, but this was chassis 49/R1.
After the 1967 season, 49/R2 was sold to the privately owned racing team of Rob Walker and was campaigned by Jo Siffert for the first part of the 1968 season.
www.exoto.com /Collectibles/GrandPrix/Lotus49/HistoryGPC97001.shtml   (281 words)

  
 Grand Prix Cars - Lotus 49
For 1967, Graham Hill was added to the team at the instigation of Ford.
The new engine was finally ready for the third race of the season, the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort.
The most important race of the year was the U.S. Grand Prix at Watkins Glen for obvious reasons.
www.ddavid.com /formula1/lotus49.htm   (1293 words)

  
 F1A&G - Legendary Races
It was the Argentine's 24th and final Grand Prix victory, and also his greatest.
But in characteristic style, the aggressive Brazilian won five Grands Prix, including the European GP at a restored Donington Park circuit in England— where Auto Union and Mercedes had dueled in the late 1930s — in one of the most memorable drives of his career.
At the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa, Ferrari's historic 600th GP, Schumacher came into the race a mere two points behind Mika Hakkinen, who had taken over as McLaren team leader with the departure of Ayrton Senna in 1994.
www.f1-grandprix.com /races.html   (4566 words)

  
 Matra International
But the construction of a national grand Prix racing car was a job being a lot harder to do.
Jean-Luc Lagardere, the CEO of Matra, a dynamic man of high competence, was looking for additional partners to put his the Grand Prix project being responsible for personally and putting in the whole prestige of his group, on a secure basis.
On the other there existed the privately owned Matra International team as the first great cooperation project in the history of Grand Prix racing, financed by Dunlop, Ford and oil company elf, that also was owned by the state and had once been founded by de Gaulle.
www.research-racing.de /Matra2.htm   (1271 words)

  
 Zeedijk, Dutch Warmblood Grand Prix Horse
Sidney was one of the first Dutch horses I imported from Holland.
Although many of his offspring became successful through Intermediare, only two became Grand Prix dressage horses and BOTH of them were from the wonderful cross with the wonderful mare, Rowillie.
He was schooling all of the Grand Prix when he was injured at 8 years old.
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 A1GP World Cup of Motorsport ™   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The circuit was gradually shortened and the grand prix remained there until a new circuit was built closer in to town in 1959, its setting in a natural amphitheatre making its exceedingly popular.
But this return was shortlived and South Africa hasn't hosted a grand prix since 1993, although this has largely been for economic grounds, as well as the fact that the Kyalami circuit has been chopped in size and much of its original layout is now under a housing development.
The Dutch East India Company established a colony at Cape Town in 1652, using it as a port of call for its ships as they rounded the Cape of Good Hope on their way to the East Indies.
www.a1gp.com /racing/season.php?raceid=9   (991 words)

  
 Exoto's Lotus Ford Type 49 - Grand Prix Classics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
With 79 Grand Prix victories, 7 Constructor's Championships and 6 Drivers championships in F1, Colin Chapman's Lotus cars have become legendary.
The match-up with the Cosworth Ford V-8 power plant in 1967 was the crowning achievement that dominated Formula 1 through 1975.
Exoto is pleased to present the Grand Prix Classics, a full line of collectors quality models designed in wonderful 1:18 scale.
www.exoto.com /Collectibles/GrandPrix/Lotus49/Menu.shtml   (250 words)

  
 GrandPrix.com > GP Encyclopedia > Drivers > Jean-Pierre Beltoise
He had another good year in Formula 2 in 1967 and then graduated to Formula 1 driving the V12-engined Matra, taking a splendid second place in the rain-soaked 1968 Dutch Grand Prix.
For 1969 he was recruited into Ken Tyrrell's Matra International team to drive alongside Jackie Stewart in the Matra-Fords, finishing second to the Scot in the French Grand Prix at Clermont-Ferrand.
In 1972 joined the Marlboro BRM team and won what turned out to be the British marque's final Grand Prix win at Monaco in torrential rain.
www.grandprix.com /gpe/drv-beljea.html   (454 words)

  
 GrandPrix.com > GP Encyclopedia > Races > 1967 Results > Dutch GP
The event was delayed by rain until the Wednesday and Jackie Stewart, Dan Gurney, Jochen Rindt, Graham Hill and Clark all went out with mechanical trouble, leaving Denny Hulme as the only F1 driver go the distance (he finished fourth).
The big news in the Zandvoort paddock was the arrival of the long-awaited Ford Cosworth DFV engine and the new Lotus 49, which had been designed specifically for the engine by Maurice Philippe.
Dutch GP, Zandvoort, June 4, 1967, Round: 3, Race Number: 153
www.grandprix.com /gpe/rr153.html   (550 words)

  
 FORMULA ONE: SAP US Grand Prix Notebook
Called the DFV (for double overhead cams and four valves per cylinder), the Ford Cosworth V8 won its debut Grand Prix when former Indianapolis 500 winner Jim Clark took the victory in the Dutch Grand Prix in his Lotus.
In all, Coopers raced in 129 Grands Prix, mostly between 1952 and 1968, and won 16 times.
Stirling Moss won the first Grand Prix for the marque with a stunning victory in the 1958 Argentine Grand Prix, and Mexicos Pedro Rodriguez scored Coopers last victory with a win in the 1967 South African Grand Prix.
www.theautochannel.com /news/date/20010108/news033915.html   (1113 words)

  
 Formula One 1/43 Diecast models
British teams boycotted the 1960 Italian Grand Prix at Monza, Lotus, Cooper and BRM all said that they would not compete on the circuit if the notorious bankning, which they thought too dangerous, was used.
Graham Hill taking pole and Jim Clark winning the 1967 Dutch Grand Prix, a first time out triumph for the power unit that was to claim 155 Grand Prix wins.
The Scot was to win six Grand Prix and clinch his first World Drivers' Championship.
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 The History of Lotus
The Lotus 78 was said to corner as if truly on rails and it took six Grand Prix wins in 1978.
The impact upon racing created by ground effects cars were so astounding that by the end of 1981 the ground effects Formula One cars were banned and replaced with flat bottom cars in 1982.
What is missed by racing enthusiasts around the world is the sight of Colin Chapman's fl cap sailing across the track as one of his Formula One race cars streaked across the finish line at one of the 78 Grand Prix races won by Lotus.
www.lotusespritworld.co.uk /EHistory/LotusHistory.html   (1948 words)

  
 Monaco Grand Prix 2003
When it had been played for the first time at a podium of a Grand Prix, nobody had it noticed it consciously.
Now Juan Pablo Montoya has won his second Grand Prix of his career, after seven pole positions without a single win in 2002.
Not able to take part in the race at all was Jenson Button, who had spun at a speed of nearly 300 km/h at the tunnel exit during Saturday morning´s free practice to bump into the safety barrier very heavily with the right side pod.
www.research-racing.de /gp03-7-1.htm   (2319 words)

  
 Auto Art   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Jean Pierre Beltoise dominated a saturated Monaco Grand Prix of 1972.
was at the British Grand Prix at Silverstone in 1951 that Ferari achieved its first Grand Prix Victory.
Married to the Lotus 49 chassis and driven by the incomparable Jim Clark the combination was immediately competitive setting new standards in Grand Prix racing.
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 eBay - pontiac grand prix ..., Parts Accessories, Cars Trucks items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Pontiac : Grand Prix SE 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix SE.
Pontiac Grand Prix 97 98 99 00 01 02 Chrome Door Pillar
Pontiac Grand Prix 97 98 99 00 01 02 Chrome Port Holes
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 Ford Motor Company to Acquire Stewart Grand Prix
In 1996, Ford began a partnership with Stewart Grand Prix, operated by three-times world champion Jackie Stewart and his son Paul.
The Stewart-Ford Grand Prix team began competing in 1997.
Ford's chief technical officer and vice-president for research and vehicle technology, Neil Ressler, who is also a director of Stewart Grand Prix, said: "Our goal at Ford is to race to win.
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 News On F1 - Formula 1 Driver Biographies - Books on Formula One Drivers Chris Amon, Mario Andretti, Alberto Ascari, ...
Coinciding with the 30th anniversary of Jim Clark's epic victory in the 1967 Dutch Grand Prix, this biography by a fellow Scot who knew Clark before he had ever stepped in a racing car, has been endorsed by his family.
It celebrates Clark's 1967 Dutch victory in a Ford Cosworth-powered Lotus which was the first time a new, untried engine won its maiden race, and his position as 1963 and 1965 Formula 1 World Champion and how in 1965 became the first non-American to win the Indianapolis 500.
David Coulthard, aged just 24 at the start of the 1995 season, is one of the most dynamic new talents to appear on the Grand Prix scene.
www.newsonf1.com /books/db-titles.htm   (1480 words)

  
 Formula One: Jaguar ready to roar in 2000 with Irvine behind the wheel
Clark gave the Ford Cosworth engine a victory in its debut in the 1967 Dutch Grand Prix.
In all, Ford scored 174 Grand Prix wins between 1967 and 1994, and Ford-powered drivers won 13 World Drivers Championships.
Ford and Cosworth are well known at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and in Indy-style racing as Ford Cosworths DFX model dominated Indy-style racing in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
www.theautochannel.com /news/date/19990914/news029843.html   (787 words)

  
 Junior-riders.com -> Belgian Grand Prix Riders - Table of Contents
Grand Prix with Be A Winner since 2003.
Achievements: Combination was successful in the FEI young horses classes and moved to Grand Prix in 2003.
Achievements: After having competed in the small tour at some CDI's, this combination moved up to Grand Prix in the summer of 2004.
www.junior-riders.com /gp/index.html   (338 words)

  
 On this day… June 4, 1967 | 2007 FORMULA 1™ Australian Grand Prix   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
That Scotland’s Jim Clark won the Dutch Grand Prix on June 4, 1967 was no big surprise.
For this was the first Grand Prix victory for the Ford-Cosworth DFV, perhaps the most legendary engine in motor racing history.
The Double Four Valve (DFV) flew in the face of current 3.0-litre wisdom by using eight cylinders instead of 12, but while the engine was never the most powerful on the grid it was almost always the most efficient and reliable.
cars.grandprix.com.au /news/archive/2005_archive/f1_season_news/on_this_daya_june_4_1967   (396 words)

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