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brscc 1967 part 3

BRSCC end of year review. features footage from the International Racing Car Show, and races from Brands Hatch and Oulton Park, Sports cars and Saloon Cars as well as a non championship F1 race, March 12, 1967 - Race of Champions at Brands Hatch, opening race of the season.


 


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brscc 1967 part 1
BRSCC end of year review. features footage from the International Racing Car Show, and races from Brands Hatch and Oulton Park, Sports cars and Saloon Cars as well as a non championship F1 race, March 12, 1967 - Race of Champions at Brands Hatch, opening race of the season.





brscc 1967 part 2
BRSCC end of year review. features footage from the International Racing Car Show, and races from Brands Hatch and Oulton Park, Sports cars and Saloon Cars as well as a non championship F1 race, March 12, 1967 - Race of Champions at Brands Hatch, opening race of the season.





2012 BRSCC Logson Group Porsche, Meeting 1, Oulton Park
The winter break is over....the 2012 Logson Group Porsche Championship finally kicks into action this weekend (Saturday 31st March) at the challenging Oulton Park circuit in Cheshire! With a new Boxster class, some new faces throughout the grid, some established names looking to make their mark in 2012, and the absence of the 2011 Champion Dave Clark, this year's Championship promises to be the most hotly contested yet. Now in its third year as a multi-class series, it is well established on the national motorsport calendar and for the first time enjoys the support of the LOGSON GROUP as its title sponsor. LOGSON GROUP's MD Ian Loggie did a couple of guest drives in the Boxster class in 2011 and he liked it so much he bought the Championship! Welcome on board Ian, and we wish you every success in this year's events. In the 'Race Spec Boxster' class Richard Styrin looks on paper to be the driver to beat....but beware the newcomers! Richard Sykes has a brand new 987 model Boxster and if his results during guest appearances last year are anything to go by, we should expect the sparks to fly today. Former GT Cup class Champion Tom Andrew looks set to enter the Boxster Championship in style, and was putting in some impressive times at the open test session at Oulton two weeks ago......as was long term Porsche Championship protagonist Gerry Taylor, heading up the Taylors Foundry 'Boxster Boys' team. As one member of the TF team, Adam Croft will be racing the ex-Clark Boxster this year; some big shoes to fill for 2011's Porsche 924 runner up! Last year's 924 Champion Steve Brown, along with Steve Potts, are the first two drivers to build cars to meet the spec for the new 2012 'Production Boxster' class. The Productions are an unknown quantity and it will be interesting to see how they compare against the two established classes. The venerable Porsche 924's are out in force and still major players in the Championship, but which drivers are going to fill the shoes of Messers Brown, Croft and Piesinger this year? With the latter being transferred back to Austria, the Championship is wide open. Maybe we will see our first female champ in the form of Rebecca Jackson who made significant progress towards the end of 2011. But the smart money would be on Alastair Kirkham, Sean Siddall and possibly new-boy David Hornsey sharing the spoils at round one.....but unknowns in the shape of Karl Rossin and returnee Richard Jones might just be the spoilers in that equation! All the ingredients are in place for it to be another great season! Here's wishing all the competitors good luck and a safe passage through the LOGSON GROUP 2012 PORSCHE CHAMPIONSHIP.





F1 Honda RA300 V-12 John Surtees 1967
HONDA RA300 1967 ENGINE:Water Cooled 4st 90°V-12 DOHC 4Valve Gear Train Max Power:Over 420ps / 11,500rpm Lola T90 Indy Class Light Alloy Monocoque Body with Sub-Frame. HONDA RA300: The 2nd year F1 regulations increased engine displacement to 3000cc, this machine gave Honda its 2nd F1 win with a victorious debut in the Italian GP,Round9 of the 1967 F1 World Chanpionship. Italian GP winner, Driver:John Surtees. 昭和42年 1967年 F1世界選手権のエンジン排気量が3000ccに変わって2年目。 第9戦イタリアGPでデビューウィンを飾り、HondaF1に2勝目 もたらした。 優勝車:No.14  J.サーティース  前年のRA273が思ったほど成績を残せない(最高 位3位)のでホンダは終盤にRA300を投入 シャーシは当時インディに使われていたローラT90を ベースにして改良これにより20㎏以上の軽量化と42 0馬力以上の高出力で戦いました RA300はテストらしいテストをせずにサーキットに 運び込まれた結果、燃費がわからなかった為フルタンク 状態でスタートしたが、フィニッシュした時には3リッ ーしか残ってなかったモンツァでの勝利には、こんな 話も残っています ジョン・サーティースがRA300のデビュー戦を優勝 で花を添えた 全長×全幅×全高 3,955mm×1,788mm×845mm エンジン種類 水冷4サイクル90度V型12気筒DOHC 排気量 2,992cc 最高出力 over 420PS / 11,500rpm 最高速度 over 350km/h 車両重量 590kg('67 Italian GP: 610kg) サスペンション(前) ダブルウィッシュボーン 上:溶接ロッキングアーム、下:Aアーム(リーディング) サスペンション(後) ダブルウィッシュボーン 上:Iアーム、 下:逆Aアーム、ダブルラジアスアーム 撮影日:2012/11/4(sun) 撮影場所:Honda復活祭  Honda R&D Co.,Ltd AutoMobile R&D Center HG-P Movie iPhone5 Photo Canon EOS-1D Mark Ⅳ & EF28-300L IS USM By hide_tuned_engines





brscc mx5 cadwell park race 3a
mx5 racing at its best, onboard the AK Automotive car with Alan Henderson enjoy





1967 THE FIRST CANADIAN GRAND PRIX
Entire race from Mosport...Grand Prix.





2013 BRSCC Porsches meeting 4 Snetterton
Boxsters Battle at Scorching Snetterton The series' return to the Norfolk circuit saw us share the bill with the British Superkart Grand Prix and FIA/CIK European Kart Championship under the BARC -- so the paddock was awash with officials and media from all over Europe. Forecasts predicted hot weather and that's exactly what arrived, with temperatures approaching 30C for the Saturday and little respite for the second race on the Sunday. We had the largest number of drivers registered to race that the series had seen for many years and in theory expected a grid of 31 cars, including the return of two very popular drivers from previous seasons: Sean Siddall, who has moved from a 924 into a Class A "Race Spec" Boxster like mine; and Andrew Hannington, who hired a 924 for one of two "guest" appearances with us this season. In the briefing on Saturday, drivers were admonished for the damage seen at the last round, Zandvoort, and both the PDA and BRSCC emphasised that the series is expected to be contact-free. Fortunately the warning proved mostly effective, although there was still some damage with Marc Mackenzie's Boxster being one of the biggest sufferers after a heavy sideways impact with the barrier at the Montreal hairpin. Echoing the weather, Rick Styrin set a scorching pace in Qualifying of a shade under 2:12 but JM Littman, Steve Boyles and Jonathan Greensmith all showed considerable pace and promise for Class A. Rebecca Jackson was looking to grab a Class B championship lead over Julian Brown in the knowledge that Bernie Printy would miss this round; accompanying them on the grid was newcomer Michael Goodacre. In the 924s, Andrew Hannington proved he hadn't lost his racing touch grabbing P3 in Qual with Hen Sharpe and Alastair Kirkham both looking quick. Race 1 on the Saturday afternoon saw an epic battle between Littman and Boyles for the Class A P2 spot - Boyles led for nearly the entire race, with Littman close on his tail, grabbing P2 in the final lap behind Styrin who took both the win and fastest lap. Sean Siddall, in his first ever race in his new-build Boxster, took a credible 10th. Julian Brown's Boxster fell victim to a blown engine, ending a three-way battle between himself, Rebecca Jackson and Chris Valentine. Jackson took the win ahead of Michael Goodacre. The 924s saw the retirements of Peter Smith and Hugh Peart early on, with David Jones making it to lap 6. Alastair Kirkham took the win over Hen Sharpe's fuel-starved car and Andrew Hannington landing third. Hopes for a slightly cooler race on the Sunday were partly dashed by even higher humidity. Nick Hull's Boxster headed straight to the pits with mechanical failure before the off and Richard Matthews 924 was also a non-starter. Once again Peter Smith and David Jones were non-finishers in the 924s. Hen Sharpe and Alastair Kirkham swapped places in Class C with Hannington again P3. Rebecca Jackson only had Michael Goodacre to take a second win of the weekend, leaving her to narrowly head the Class B table. The Class A Boxster battle this time was between JM Littman and Jonathan Greensmith with JM desparate for a second podium of the weekend, but a spin towards the end meant Greensmith retaining P3 behind Steve Boyles with Styrin taking his second win. Just three weeks away is Round 5 of the 2013 Championship at the short Brands Hatch Indy circuit and its already looking highly likely that the event, for the first time in our history, will be over-subscribed.





BRSCC Mazda Championship - at Brands Hatch - On-board with Tony Liversidge





Oulton Park Montage
Various video shots from Oulton park in the 1980s including Damon Hill in his F3 car 1987. Titles done on a sinclair spectrum! Filmed and edited by Steve Higgins.





2012 Logson Group BRSCC Porsche 5 Silverstone
Following a long seven week summer break, this weekend, 28th / 29th July, sees the Logson Group Porsche Championship move into the second half of the season, at the home of the British Grand Prix, Silverstone, on the 1.6 mile National circuit layout. Last time out at Brands Hatch, a record twenty nine cars took to the grid, and what an impressive sight it was as they all streamed into Paddock Hill on the first lap. The Championship welcomed some fresh faces in all the classes. The full race Boxsters welcomed Swiss resident Paul Moraviec, Cliff Graham and Bafel Ahmed, whilst in the Boxster Production class Bernie Printy, made the long trip up from the West Country in his self-built Boxster. In the venerable Porsche 924 class, Richard Matthews made his track debut, whilst Hugh Peart made a welcome return to the Championship. Following David Bearman's double victory at Brands Hatch, the Boxster class now boasts four different winners this year, proving just how competitive things have become. As usual, the smart money this weekend must be on the previous winners -- the aforementioned Bearman and Richard's Styrin & Sykes - to add to their victory tallies. Gerry Taylor will unfortunately be absent from this weekend's action, as the ex-British Cycling Champion is on Olympic duties, so this could bring Adam Croft into play for a podium position, as he becomes ever more comfortable with the 986 Boxster. Championship sponsor, Ian Loggie, should also be a serious threat to the front runners as he aims to make up for his Cadwell disappointment, and look out for the likes of Nick Hull, Arjo Ghosh, Mike Sellar, Guillaume Gruchet and Steve Boyles resuming their ever intense midfield battle!





F1 - 1970 Monaco GP - Graham Hill on board
The 1970 Monaco Grand Prix was a Formula One race held at the Circuit de Monaco on May 10, 1970. It was the third race of the 1970 Formula One season





F1 - 1967 Nürburgring GP - Race review
There had been some changes to the Nurburgring to slow the approach of the cars to the pit area but it was clear that this was going to have very little effect on lap times as the cars had developed considerably in the course of the previous 12 months. As had happened the previous year there were a field of Formula 2 cars which included a number of future stars including Jacky Ickx and Jo Schlesser in Matras, Jack Oliver in a Lotus, Alan Rees in a Brabham, David Hobbs in a Lola-BMW and the two wooden-chassised Protos entries for Kurt Ahrens and Brian Hart. The field was much as usual except that there was a second F1 Lola-BMW for Hubert Hahne, although this had a 2-liter engine and so qualified for the F1 class. Jim Clark was fastest by nearly 10 seconds in his Lotus-DFV with Denny Hulme second in the Brabham-Repco. The third fastest time, amazingly, was set by Jacky Ickx in the F2 Matra although this started on the F2 grid which lined up behind the main grid. Alongside Clark and Hulme, therefore, were the BRM of Jackie Stewart and Dan Gurney's Eagle-Weslake. On the second row was Bruce McLaren in the second Eagle, John Surtees in the Honda and Jack Brabham in his Brabham-Repco. Clark took the lead at the start while Graham Hill (who had crashed in practice and was down in 13th on the grid) was pushed onto some grass and spun, restarting at the back of the field. Clark stayed ahead of Hulme and Gurney for the first three laps but on the fourth he slowed dramatically, his suspension having buckled. He was out. Almost immediately Gurney took the lead from Hulme while Brabham was third after McLaren went out with a split oil pipe. Ickx continued to impress by running fifth on the road behind Stewart. The Scotsman overtook Brabham but then retired with a transmission problem and so Ickx moved to fourth, although Amon soon closed up and overtook the cheeky F2 driver. On the 12th lap the Belgian retired when his front suspension collapsed. On the next lap Gurney suffered a driveshaft failure and Hulme took the lead to win from Brabham and Amon.





2013 BRSCC Porsches Round 2 - Silverstone
The entry list for our second round of the 2013 season on the Silverstone National circuit grew to 28 drivers, although Class B newcomer Michael Goodacre was a no-show. The weekend was to be one of the very rare occasions that races were held on both National and International circuit simultaneously, with Britcar running from The Wing. Many drivers had opted to test on the Friday and all were putting in improved times on 2012, thanks to the dry and cool conditions. Rick Styrin again set the pace, but quite a few drivers would be vying for second place. Again the weather held for qualifying and it looked like Steve Boyles and Will Sharpe would be repeating their excellent performances of Rockingham, with Adam Croft a very credible 4th in a car concocted from Rick's 2012 Championship-winning "Red Rocket" and parts from his own Boxster, having blown its engine on Friday.





2013 BRSCC Mazda MX-5 championship Meeting 1 Rockingham
The new BRSCC Mazda MX-5 championship got off to positive start with a total of 36 entries resulting in the grid being spilt into two groups. A red flag at just less than 12 minutes to go caused a 5-minute delay to qualifying whilst a helicopter landed in the paddock to medevac Fiesta competitor David Elsom. Tom Roche took pole position with a time of 1:47:510, followed by Brett Smith in second position and Ed Gay in third, placing them in the 1A race. The top three drivers in 1B were Johnathan "JJ" Clements with 1:49:907, followed by Chris Hart in second and James Atherton in third. First out on track was the 1B group. Paul Tucker (68) got off to a good start and took the early lead in the first lap before Chris Hart (22) overtook to pull out a lead of 3.287. In the final few laps, JJ Clements (88) managed to pull out a fantastic lead of 9.905 to Hart (22) to take his first ever win. Chris Hart (22) finished second whilst Paul Tucker (68) came in third.





Croft Spins
In 1967 Denny Hulme came to Croft for a sports car race which torrential rain reduced to a farce. More spins than in any race, ever! From original Super8 cine film by Dr Brian Watson. Copyright Dr Brian Watson. www.brianwatsonphoto.co.uk




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