Jackie Drives Clark’s Lotus

Recently Historic Club Lotus held an event in the little town of Duns in the Scottish Borders, this year celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of Jim Clark’s finest racing season, 1965, when he won the European Formula 2 Championship, the Formula 1 World Championship (his second) and the Indianapolis 500. [Row][Column] It was appropriate therefore that…

GoodWood Maserati

Goodwood Revival 2014 Celebrates 60 Years of the Iconic Maserati 250F

Sixty years after Juan Manuel Fangio scored an historic first-time-out win for the Maserati 250F, this year’s Goodwood Revival 2014  celebrated the car that personified grand prix racing in the 1950s. A stunning display of the 2.5-litre 250Fs was showed in a period recreation of the pits at Italy’s famed Monza circuit, while 10 of…

Alex Wurz

Alex Wurz New GPDA Chairman

Alex Wurz has been appointed Chairman of the Grand Prix Drivers Association following a meeting held at the Suzuka circuit today. Jenson Button and Sebastian Vettel were also appointed as GPDA Directors. [Row][Column] GPDA Director Sebastian Vettel said, “Alex will be a great GPDA Chairman. He is one of the most experienced drivers I know, full of positive…

Goodwood Revival Meeting

Goodwood Revival Meeting | September 2014

Of all the many historic racing events held in Europe it is the Goodwood Revival that is the magnet for many of our members. Lord March, the host of the event, likes to have as many big names as possible racing in his event and ensures that private owners either share or offer their cars to some of…

Howden Ganley Biography

‘The Road to Monaco – My Life in Motor Racing’ by Howden Ganley

Howden Ganley grew up in New Zealand, where his ambition was to race yachts, or play for the ‘All Blacks’ New Zealand rugby team. That changed when, as a 13-year-old, he made a last-minute decision to join his father and brother as a spectator at the 1955 NZ Grand Prix. As he recalls, the sound…