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    BMW 2002 TI (1969). Inspiration for Jan Wolf.

    Jan Wolf from Bolsward, Friesland, has always been inspired by BMW and has turned his hobby into his work, partly due to his racing career. Jan: “If I get excited about something, then I do it completely and try to convey the enthusiasm to other people. Maybe my participation in races is purely emotional. One thing is certain; the BMW 2002 TI suits me completely. More

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    The fight of Fangio

    While the Argentinian Juan Manuel Fangio seemed unbeatable on almost all circuits in the world, it was different in Great Britain. In 1950 he made his debut on the island during the British European Grand Prix at the Silverstone circuit with an Alfa Romeo Tipo 158. Unfortunately, he had to leave the battlefield prematurely because the Alfa More

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    Lotus Elan IWR GT

    Even the seasoned Lotus enthusiast will be unfamiliar with the 1965 Lotus Elan IWR GT? This is an initiative of entrepreneur and racing team owner Ian Walker who had close ties to Lotus inventor Colin Chapman. Multimillionaire Walker is jointly responsible for the development of the Elan 26R. In the early XNUMXs, More

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    Jim Clark

    The Flying Scott, the late Jim Clark, rounds the bend here during the 1961 Goodwood Tourist Trophy in his famous Aston Martin DB1961GT with Zagato bodywork. Look, that's drifting. Gliding on four wheels with the right foot until on-the-board round the corner. Clark was an absolute More

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    John Crossle

    Only a few months old, John Crossle's parents settled in Northern Ireland and he never left that country again. As a racing car manufacturer, he left an important mark on international motorsport. Unable to afford a Lotus in the mid-1957s, he built his own race car in XNUMX. With that Ford More

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    Successful Salt Grand Prix 2015 attracts crowds of viewers

    The now 6th edition of the Zoute GP in the fashionable Knokke was a great success. By: Dirk Ivens and Guy Verhulst On Thursday, October 8, the technical inspection took place under a beautiful autumn sun on the Zeedijk near Albertplein. 185 cars had to undergo this necessary inspection. After the More

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    John C. Fitch

    John Fitch is known as a pioneer in motorsport safety. His first passion was the airplane. No wonder that at the outbreak of the 2nd World War he immediately enlisted as a pilot in the Royal Air Force. However, he was rejected. When the United States Involved in 1941 More

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    Lola Cars

    Lola Cars has been very successful as a constructor in almost every branch of motorsport in the past decades. From Formula Ford to Formula 1. Some remarkable facts at a glance. The first Lola monoposto, the Formula Junior Mk2, saw the light of day in 1960; barely two years later Lola was with the More

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    German Motorsport Festival: a photo impression

    Whit Monday the 17th German Autosport Festival took place at the TT Circuit Assen. Particularly good weather resulted in a large influx of visitors and cars. Nearly 80 clubs presented the most beautiful show cars and there was More

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