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- 1 Apr 2013
Derek Daly (Chevron B38) and Stephen South (March 763 and 773) shared the honours in 1977, the Irishman taking the BP title and the Englishman the Vandervell title. But for an accident between the pair wrecking South's 763, he may have taken both.
- 25 Mar 2013
Please sign the UK Government petition to save Mallory Park from closure.
- 17 Mar 2013
As close a championship finish as it's possible to imagine outside a film script. Alessandro Pesenti-Rossi was leading the final race but it was stopped due to rain and he had to drop a point from his total, leaving Luciano Pavesi as champion.
- 10 Mar 2013
Andy Wallace won the 1986 title in the Madgwick Reynard 863 after a duel with Maurizio Sandro Sala in Eddie Jordan's Ralt RT30/86 which was resolved when 'Morris' inexplicably lost faith in the Ralt and acquired a Reynard.
- 9 Mar 2013
Born as the Franklen, bought by Palliser and sold by them to Alex Mildren, this car was on its third name before it even raced. It was eventually raced by Kevin Bartlett during the 1971 Tasman Cup but was not a great success.
- 7 Mar 2013
The final season of the 1600cc Formula 3 had three separate championships in England, of which the MCD John Player title was the most important. Tony Brise won from Alan Jones, Russell Wood and Jacques Laffite, all expected to be future F1 drivers.
- 6 Mar 2013
François Lacarrau overtook Jacques Coulon for the 1970 title by winning the final race. Despite the success of the series, only two of the 1970 participants would make it to F1: Jacques Laffite and Michel Leclère. Lacarrau did not even reach F2.
- 17 Feb 2013
We don't have a great deal of information on Formule France yet, but here is a start. If anyone can help, they will be most welcome.
- 27 Nov 2012
Ian Scheckter retained his title in a works-supported March 77B despite also racing in F1. Roy Klomfass and Nols Nieman also won races in March 77Bs and Tony Martin scored one for Chevron's new B39.
- 26 Nov 2012
Jacques Villeneuve won the 1980 title in his well-funded Doug Shierson Racing March 80A. Tom Gloy was his closest rival but Ralt struggled to make their new RT4 design work well until the end of the season
- 25 Nov 2012
Alex Mildren Racing was the only local team with new 2.5-litre equipment for 1969 and Kevin Bartlett easily retained his title in the Mildren 'Mono' with Leo Geoghegan still in the Lotus 39 finishing second.
- 24 Nov 2012
Chris Amon was back with a better-equipped team of Ferrari 246T/69s and held off Jochen Rindgt's Lotus 49 to win the title. Behind these two, Piers Courage won one race in Frank Williams' Brabham BT24.
- 23 Nov 2012
To celebrate the tenth anniversary of Where Are They Now? on the web, Richard Jenkins has added a Formula 2 category.
- 21 Nov 2012
With Chevron now finished in Formula Atlantic, 1979 saw a straight fight between March and Ralt. Ralt drivers Kevin Cogan and Tom Gloy proved fastest, with Gloy winning thanks to better reliability.
- 20 Nov 2012
A three-way battle between Repco and Alfa-engined Brabham BT23s was won by Kevin Bartlett in Alec Mildren's Brabham BT23D-Alfa V8 from Phil West in the Scuderia Veloce BT23A-Repco V8.
- 19 Nov 2012
Formula Atlantic arrived in South Africa for 1976 and Ian Scheckter overturned habitual champion Dave Charlton to take his first South African Drivers Championship in a new March 76B. Charlton later followed suit and swapped his Modus M3 for a 76B.
- 16 Nov 2012
A fabulous duel between Jim Clark's Lotus 49 and Chris Amon's Ferrari 246T was resolved in favour of the Scotsman but Amon had often proved quicker. Frank Gardner also starred in Alec Mildren's Brabham BT23D-Alfa.
- 15 Nov 2012
Formula Ford and Super Vee graduate Howdy Holmes won the 1978 series in a Doug Shierson Racing March 78B. His closest competitor was Finnish star Keke Rosberg, in a Fred Opert Chevron B45 and the Ralts of Bobby Rahal, Price Cobb and Kevin Cogan.
- 14 Nov 2012
Spencer Martin retained his title in Bob Jane's Brabham BT11A and then retired. With his departure, the Climax-powered Intercontinental gave way to F2 cars with Repco and Alfa V8s.
- 13 Nov 2012
The Climax V8-powered Lotus 33 of Jim Clark was too strong for two-car teams from BRM and Brabham. The BRM P261s broke their gearboxes and the whole Brabham-Repco package was too unreliable.
- 12 Nov 2012
Before F5000 came Formula A, a short-lived and entirely unsuccessful category for formula cars with engines up to 3000cc.
- 11 Nov 2012
Gilles Villeneuve retained his title as well as making his F1 and Can-Am debuts. When the Canadian wasn't there at the finish, there was a chance for Keke Rosberg, Bobby Rahal and Price Cobb to enhance their reputations.
- 10 Nov 2012
With Bob Stillwell retired, Spencer Martin took over as the dominant domestic racer in Bob Jane's Brabham BT11A and won the Gold Star from John Harvey in R.C. Phillips' impressively quick Brabham BT14-twin cam.
- 9 Nov 2012
Jim Clark was back to defend his title but BRM trumped his efforts with a pair of F1 P261s with enlarged 1900cc V8 engines. Jackie Stewart was the new champion with teammate Graham Hill second.
- 8 Nov 2012
The final act of Formula Atlantic in Britain, with the BRDC and BRSCC providing the stage for a three-way battle between Alo Lawler, Ian Flux and Trevor Templeton. Lawler retained his title and the Ralt RT4s finished 1-2-3. Then it was over.
- 7 Nov 2012
The year of complete domination by Gilles Villeneuve and his Ecurie Canada March 76Bs. He won both the CASC title and a six-race US championship sanctioned by IMSA, an experiment that they would not repeat.
- 6 Nov 2012
Bib Stillwell cruised to a fourth successive Australian Drivers Championship in his new Brabham BT11A. Jack Brabham's performances at two Internationals placed him second and Spencer Martin in Scuderia Veloce Brabham driven by Graham Hill in Tasman.
- 5 Nov 2012
As the profile of the Tasman Cup increased, Jim Clark and Team Lotus joined the fun and the Scotsman easily won the title. Deposed champion Bruce McLaren won one race in his Cooper T79, as did Jack Brabham and Graham Hill in new Brabham BT11As.
- 4 Nov 2012
The 1975 season was a three-way fight between Lola, March and Chevron with Lola scoring the most points, March having the most wins and Chevron securing the title thanks to Bill Brack's STP Chevron B29.
- 3 Nov 2012
The British championship declined significantly in 1982 with only one up-to-date Ralt competing against the disappointing new cars from Chevron and Tiga. The result was a completely dominant season-long performance by Alo Lawler.
- 2 Nov 2012
The first Tasman Cup was a battle between the expat teams of Kiwi Bruce McLaren and Aussie Jack Brabham. Each won three races but McLaren took the title in his Cooper T70.
- 1 Nov 2012
Canada moved from Formula B to Formula Atlantic in 1974 and also opened the title to non-Canadian drivers. As twin cam-powered Brabhams were replaced by BDA-powered Chevrons, Bill Brack ensured some continuity by retaining his title in his Lotus.
- 31 Oct 2012
Ray Mallock returned to Formula Atlantic after an unsuccessful year in British F1 and dominated the 1981 season with ten wins from the 16 races. The Ralt RT4/81 was the dominant car in Britain, as it was in the rest of the world.
- 30 Oct 2012
With the cancellation of the SCCA Pro FB series, there were just a handful of Pro FB races in 1973. Most the the action was within the SCCA Divisions.
- 29 Oct 2012
Australia adopted the 2.5-litre Tasman Formula for 1964 but the result was the same, the Gold Star went to Bib Stillwell in his Brabham BT4. Lex Davison also acquired a BT4 and was Stillwell's closest competitor.
- 28 Oct 2012
A difficult season for the SCCA's Pro Formula B series would prove to be its last for more than a decade. The surprising winner was Chuck Sarich in a March 722.
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