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Into the Gauld Mine

Nostalgic Stories, Historic Audio Interviews
and Memorable Photography from Graham Gauld

  • Sir James Scott Douglas, left, with his C type Jaguar and a youthful Graham Gauld photographed at Castle Combe circuit in 1953

    The Scots Aristocrats

    Throughout the history of European motorsport, the aristocrats and the titled were the true pioneers. They were pioneers mainly because ...
  • Innes on the starting line at Ollon with the Lotus 11

    Remembering Innes

    On the 22nd of this month, October, it will be 25 years since we lost Innes Ireland to cancer. He ...
  • Alain de Cadenet with “Tazio Nuvolari” at the Rolex drivers room at Goodwood. (Photo Ganley)

    De Cad Meets Nuvolari at Last!

    Howden Ganley was at Goodwood for the revival meeting and caught up with former historic racer and character Alain de ...
  • Give an Englishman a piece of Fibreglass and see what kind of a mess he makes of it: the Lester Riley in Italy.

    A Surprise Find in Italy

    I have always had a fascination for small motorsport events around the World because usually it is a new experience ...
  • Original owner Ron Fry with the 250 LM at Doune Hill Climb in Scotland in 1965

    Chocolate and Cheese – the history of Ferrari 250LM (s/n 6105GT)

    Had you visited the London Motor Show in 1964 you would have found Ferrari 250LM (s/n 6105GT)  finished in China ...
  • Thirty years ago, Thruxton, Allan McNish and Mika Hakkinen first and second in the inaugural Formula Vauxhall Lotus Championship race

    Early Mika Hakkinen

    I recently mentioned the General Assembly of the Grand Prix Drivers Club held in Italy and on the morning everyone ...