The 1967 Italian Grand Prix was perhaps the greatest race in Jim Clark’s glittering career – a race that also marked Honda’s first F1 triumph in Europe.
Emerson Fittipaldi pipped Niki Lauda by the smallest of margins in the 1974 Belgian Grand Prix, held at the much disliked Nivelles-Baulers circuit.
Celebrating classics on the ground and in the air, the inaugural Sywell Classic looks like being a worthy addition to the motoring festival calendar.
Many remember the 1992 Monaco Grand Prix for the Senna-Mansell tussle, but further back a unique event occurred – Andrea Moda qualified for a grand prix.
A snow-covered Oulton Park hosted the second round of the F5000 Championship on Good Friday, 1975 – a race David Purley called “the most dangerous” of his career.