Barron Racing Magazine | Volume Four - Summer 2005

Barron Connor Magazine 004

  • Language: English English
  • Editor: Mark Koense
  • Author: Mark Koense
  • Photographers: Peter Aswendt, John Brooks, Simon Dronk, Peter van Egmond, Frits van Eldik, Ferrari S.p.A., Ford Motor Company, Daniel van den Hoek, Mark Koense, Rod Laws, David Lister, Roel Louwers, Robbert Maas
  • Publisher: Barron Racing
  • Publication: Softcover | 212 x 298 mm | 30 pages

Table of Contents

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Barron Magazine content
4 All the latest news from the world of Barron Racing
News

Dutch Prime Minister joins the team at Zandvoort, Tour Auto, 500 TR back on Monza's banking, 412 T2 rides again, 312 P at Hockenheim...

6 Find some interesting Barron bits and pieces

Scalemodels, a 312 T3 scooter, info cards, promotional materials, an all new website, old and new helmets, slot racing cars, fabulous films and even a sneak preview of a vintage Ferrari rally car. Find some interesting Barron bits and pieces

7 Who were making headlines in motor racing during the twentieth century
Rewind

Stirling Moss wins Mille Miglia, Jim Clark triumphs at Indianapolis, Honda scores first F1 win, Lancia Stratos rules, Niki Lauda retires... We look back at who were making headlines in motor racing during the twentieth century.

8 Michael Schumacher and the Scuderia Ferrari are no longer dominating Grand Prix racing
Paradise Lost

For the first time in five years, Michael Schumacher and the Scuderia Ferrari are no longer dominating Grand Prix racing. What has happened to what was the best team in the business for so long?

10 1978 Ferrari 312 T3
Inner Beauty

John Bosch and Barron Racing are this year starring in the FIA Thoroughbred Grand Prix World Championship with the Ferrari 312 T3. Have a look underneath the red and white skin of this 1978 Grand Prix winner and find out all about the first five races of the 2005 season.

16 Gilles Villeneuve was the most unlikely driver to replace Niki Lauda in 1977
The Lost Son

Two times Formula Atlantic champions Gilles Villeneuve was the most unlikely driver to replace Ferrari's superstar Niki Lauda in 1977. Yet the Canadian made the most of the fantastic chance he was given and duly went on the become one of Grand Prix racing's true legends.

20 We test the gorgeous 1982 Lotus 91 at Spa
Colin's Last Winner

We test the gorgeous 1982 Lotus 91 with which Italian Elio de Angelis scored his first Grand Prix win. John Bosch tried Colin Chapman's last ever Formula 1 winner at Spa.

24 Niki Lauda was surprised by Ferrari's disastrous performance when he arrived in Maranello
The Man who would be King

"When I saw the facilities, all the people and the test track I thought I had arrived at NASA. It was hard to understand why they were not winning all the races." A young Niki Lauda was surprised by Ferrari's disastrous performance when he arrived in Maranello at the end of 1973

26 John Bosch in the 73rd edition of the famous Le Mans 24 Hours
Seventh Heaven
28 Barron's spectacular Ferrari F1 show during the final Marlboro Masters at Zandvoort
Last Masters

Jacky Ickx, Rene Arnoux and Eddie Irvine joined John Bosch for Barron's spectacular Ferrari F1 show during the final Marlboro Masters at Zandvoort

30 The most memorable tales of Australia's triple world champion
Different Times

Fifty years agao, in the late fifties when Jack Brabham was the man to beat, things were rather different in Formula 1. Enjoy one of the most memorable tales of Australia's triple world champion