BACK TO THE FRONT – 20 years on and 50 years since By Peter Collins

Carlo Chiti was many things. A brilliant racecar engineer, intuitive and with great foresight, but he also possessed a considerable element of humanity. One of his […]

The Day the Lights Went Out

Reading various Sir Stirling Moss obituaries I was surprised to find that, when asked who his personal best Grand Prix drivers of all time were he […]

Blame it on my Dad! – 1965 Boxing Day Meeting, Brands Hatch

Christmas Day Saturday 1965 was cold and clear and the forecast for the Boxing Day, to be held on the Monday was similar, but even colder. […]

1970 BOAC 1000kms Brands Hatch – Time Flies

It doesn’t seem fifty years ago that I witnessed one on the greatest wet weather drives I have ever seen. Who will forget the sight of […]

1968 Monaco GP

Those of a certain age will remember when, 52 years ago, the whole of France was brought to its knees, this time not by a virus […]