Motor Racing Developments

Some articles on motor racing developments, racing, development, motor racing:

Racing - Etymology
... A race and its name are often associated with the place of origin, the means of transport and the distance of the race ... As a couple of examples, see the Dakar Rally or the Athens marathon ...
Brabham - Motor Racing Developments
... Brabham and Ron Tauranac called the company they set up in 1961 to design and build formula racing cars to customer teams Motor Racing Developments (MRD), and this ... company, Jack Brabham's Brabham Racing Organisation, ran the Formula One works entry ... BRO bought its cars from MRD, initially at £3,000 per car, although it did not pay for development parts ...
Alorton, Illinois
... home to Cahokia Downs, an American horse racing track located on Highway 15 which hosted both Standardbred harness racing and Thoroughbred flat racing events from 1954 ...
2006 Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing Season
... The 2006 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season was the 58th F.I.M ... Road racing World Championship season ...
1971 World Championship Victory Race - Results
6 5 ... Jo Siffert Yardley-BRM BRM + 12.8 s 12 ... Tim Schenken Motor Racing Developments Brabham-Cosworth + 15.6 s 16 ... John Surtees Team Surtees Surtees-Cosworth + 16.0 s. 26 Ret 10 Jackie Oliver Bruce McLaren Motor Racing McLaren-Cosworth Brakes 9 Ret 41 Trevor Taylor Malaya Garages Leda-Chevrolet Overheating 23 Ret 7 Howden Ganley Yardley-BRM BRM Engine 8 Ret 17 Mike Hailwood ...

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    We disparage reason.
    But all the time it’s what we’re most concerned with.
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    Reason is, I suppose, the steering gear.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

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