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AUGUST 14.1971

World Grand Prix Champion

In every motorsports event ot signiticance on eve-" Hewland gearboxes and parts. From Indianapolis and Others have t r i e d t o challenge t h i s incredible record+..,.. is simple. In a sport which demands u l t i m a t e performance example o f a universal formula for victory. For 1971. the b a t e x u haw b w n improved wen further by vi land from th. m.lM t o the kg&, are produced from only .4 tor longer wea Each i s then individually shaved *wowing ~ 8 w l a l fkations. None o f this work is OTHER AREAS, VOLUME P R O W X n O N 1 5 HELPING HEKL~~.u THE LONG RUN.

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lnt of t h e world. winners depend almost exclusively on genuine to LeMans and Spa,the name Hewland is synonymous w i t h winning. is fill t h e archives o f racing's vanquished and defeated. The reason ' t i m e out, o n l y t h e Hewland gearbox, in all i t s forms, stands as an
B f w e r a l t ~ h n o l o g i ubrukthroughs l in the manufacturing procesr All Hewnut g u r steel and heat treated in Hewland's own modern heat treating facility. lnion is manufactured by the world famed Glearon system t o rigid speciquality of every piece produced. YET, I N A YEAR OF INFLATION I N i v "YLJTHE PRICE LINE.TODAY, THE BEST ACTUALLY COSTS LESS I N


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H . * Y ( . n a Mk. V l l l The standard 01 Its das. Available in two lorms-4hp..d Formula Ford and a 5 s ,vwrion l w -11 a p ( n . 6 formula cars and IpOrts , a Formula F o e Mk. V t l l the paarbox used by LIwaIY YIIOYI c~mpetltor In t m k class. c o m r as a completa readyto-install unit induQing throw-out mechanlrm and Hawland mnuf.ctu.d 9:31 rlng m d plnion. NO MACHINING NECESSARY-THIS IS NOT A KIT! A I 1675.00 FOB Chlao. 1 1 s ' priced s o you u n afford 1 IDlre. F V I. s w e d ~ k VIII . tho only compaltive g y r b o x for ~ o r m u i a c and O C I S w R r Raclng. Dslivw.6 as a complete unit. ready t o bolt on for only $820.00.. . NOT A KIT!!! I n d W p.nulne Hewland MnufaCturod ring L pinion. s l M mates, dlffarantlal, rear shltt. drive maftr, dutch stutts, throw-out w r i n g wlth hydrau~~ throw-out c II~M. m d m s t n cvlinaa SUDD~Y. NO ADDITIONAL PIECESOR MACHINING NECES-



King of the Continenbl

REMEMBER 'in order t o keep Hawland paarboxr opaatinq as d a l s n a , we slrongly rscomm.nd only GENUI N E HEWLAND r e - ~ n l parts. R . u n t e x w l o n c a wlth l n f u l o r replacement components. ourchased b . o u of lnltlal prlce connarations, h a w shown a marued increase l n paarbox f a l l u r n w l t h a corrapondlnq decreau I n opentlonal slflclsncy. We cannot be reswnribls lor t h w d l f f l c d t l a . To M sure. kemp your m r l a n a -box a 1 1 mwland.

Hawlrna 5up.r V r S 1 The only gaarbox for the s r l o u r Suwr V u c o m ~ a l t o r . Spsclaily d r l g n a by Hawland for t h k cMSS only In Conjuncllon wllh V011(1wa$+n of A m r l a . RIGHT HAND SHIFT MECHANISM-SPECIAL 10:31 Hawland raClO9 ring I plnlon--NOT STOCK VW AS I N K I T TYPE GEARBOXES. If you want t o win I n Suwr Vee. thlr newest ~wiand dwalapm.nt b lbrolutely necessary. lnsplte 01 the hlgh demand f w this unlt, we have gaarboxs I n slosk for imm.dlat.1. dsllvry at $849.00 FOB Chlcago. o f COYIY~. IIYW m a w a ~u L O I ~7.250 supor vee. the nawland S u m V r S p e c l a l wlll come asstandard eguioment. ~ o r a than 35 diftqsnt m r ~ t l o avallabla r for every newland gymox'. MY& V l l l gears at $31.50 psr rat. we have w a r ~ , H . w Ww r t I n rtocu for lmmadlate d d ~ v e r ya n y w h r e l n the country. . .from complete transaxle assemml.~ .to the smallst washer. WARNINOIII 00n.t be mia-a by the fa~ra sduor. tlring clalmr of others soncuninp "k11" convarrlonr of dock vw gaamoxes. Whlle the "come on" price looks sttractive at f l m qlanu. don? forget t o read the flno p r ~ n t .when you o r d r a Hawland gearbox, it corns resay toinstall and actually caU l k s l n finished form. In addltlon, mC4 Ins vliliZa stock r l W and DlnlOnS requlrlnp the bulldr t o purchara many addltlonal parts. Also. UIt bo1.r rmuire a number of machlnlng operations far c o n m r l o n and this d-7 come cheap! Oon't gel yourrslf Into the "Penny-Wlrs/Oollar-Foallm" Imp. . 0 . l the best and rave money too. Formula B and M p w t l R-ur Contrary t o tho r~ommenc2atlon of rvln d l v o u n t manufacturers, we do n d rscommnd the use of Hewland Mk. V. MU. VIII or nr der1vrnh.l In v o w cars. Hewland3 research and develop-t siaff, tM world's mort expalensod. on f a c t m o t tm blue sky dreams 01 product promoter. T M b a l g y r b o x for your o r Is the Hawland FT-zoo,a r u d by w w y winning Formula B and B , S R cornmlt~ lan-on. If you have any suestion5 o n thlr, please s4n us a all. We'll M happy t o sxplaln i n detall.

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Ths Road Ameaim T d m roddent which trapped Hiroshi Fushid. in the La~lrel Racing C for nearly two buts hu brayht mmo hsng tbisldaa on the plrt of SCCA T d m Chief Stewad BMb W i n . Not blicdng it would taka that= of time to e x t e t e a drim from a a r , we r M u t i n for d d f m t ~ ~ n . "Yes, I ' m mbmnad to my, it took o m hour, 42 minutes to get tbs drim out of the car." Martin confnmsd. .Ths h ~mbdoIIe0fthsbedIOua~prIk l e m mca in a TnnsAm m. The NASCAR-type rdl r w d Hirolbi's lifa bat it ria tripped Mm in ths cu." h h t b axphhcd. "And Beet r dtrutbn we've g o t to look into. T b SCCA require8 1 t u b b a d t q Port.-Pow unit at 9 of its ~cea At Road A m a i a the e m m c y equipment, fumkbed by W i Auto R.da( wbo b w wmcd aa8b truck1 at Milwlukea State F a i r Puk lad l e d 0th- a m race tracks for y e a , jud didn't insrunithsrryono~tobeadtbirtypeof "Tbdriver d bpve $cyrgottan autqif thew bad been a n d but we dtdat want to trike r ehaace of fltrthar &ur& him. Ths dodoronUsra~edHimdiwrrin~canditknmd~wrsao


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VW Takes Sales Lead In Mexico

P U E B L A , Mex., July 23 Yolkswagen, the most popular mported car in the U . S . and 8 egular outseller of d l nukes of can n Bred. has captured k.d in p w car *in Mexico. ?.Spolstaten for vobwysn & U c x t c s , which operates 8 L~Spae,aN nutlctmiua plant rare, dsllen .. npa W . . . pld

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By Me1 Bogus C h u c k C a a r e l ' s Brabham A m Editor d T I 5 / 2 I n o s e d o u t Harry OLATHE. Kan.. July 25 - Jack Reynold's BT29 by jurt thal Hinkle's Lola T 165 was the class of mar&. Drafting Reynolds down the big-bore field hue today in the fmnt stmight Chuck pulled oul preliminary national race action to and got a victory by about a foot the SCCA's 2.5 challenge series Harvey Stub's Winkelmam took t h e Super Vee win ovcr t h event. With more than 1 1.500 on band four-day-old Z e i t l a of B m a for 1 full day of amateur and Hoskins. Brian Fucrstenau got Cmup 44% professional racing, Hinkle scored an easy victory. lapping the A C third checkered flag in the race for prod, A SIR and A aedan field D production, C sports/racing and before a tire problem slowed the B sedan. Five laps into the m a a Lola and tke Knupp. AMX, was hard rain turmd the c o w into a able to unlap himaelf on the way to lake. Red Stanford road his TR4 to second o v d and fh in B a scamd in D production. With some of the 2.5 can entered the B productwn. John McComb. Mustang, gabbed sedan portion could have been one ints in A &dan and f~shed of the day's beet mar-witbout the ~ ~ ~ mBob a l Hindson, l . Porsebe rain. The win went to Carl 91416, took the Cp honors after Fredericks' BMW 2002. John 44's Bob Tullius had to pit N o r m ' s Alfa GTV was second the engine he had afta ch&g with c m " ! ' us1 prr~sure problems. Yesterday's leadoff was the bbwn earlier in the TranrAm. Jim King got a I.rt turn, Lst lap Formula Vee n a and Bob Lazier s t a r t e d things right with a break in the Formula Ford f h . flag-to-ilag vietory. hxisr's average Teny Curley's Winkelounn spun speed was 7 1.54mph as he breezed In the wet and handed Kii's to a comfortable victory o v a Fred R o y a l e n i n e p o i n t s . Mike Landrum's Winkelmam was third. Stout and Bill Noble. B o b Knox took the G FORMUIA VEE: 1 Bob UIIwr, produotion win in today's race for Zlnk; 2 Frm Stout. Zlnki 3 B I I . zin*. C-H production and D sedans, NOW. PR&. A SIR. A SEDAN, 1 b e a t i n g Dave C u n n i n ~ h a m ' r 8-CWnLt.. Lola T165; 2 lkw K n w . Spitfm. H productin went to Don Jack AMXi S John Mecomb. M u m . '~kamsron of ~ c t r o i t w., , d t a a C W S WINNERS eo K-I CP Wmon. POISM 914B; A WR .protest found D r . Chubs R g a n noB A mdm Mdornb. Jim K u h I&# ill@ h a d a Wnld.; Q*I PROD, 0 SEDANr 1 BaO Knox. moved Todd Wheeler to Alhi 2 Dm Cunnln9h.m. Wtfln; 3 N.11 n a r r l s o n . Svrlt*. CLASS cond and Hugh Mjor to third. Qv Knox; W Don A1 Cosentino towed 1000 d e s WtNNERSi CJmaron. Sprltwi 0 rcln Al Cantlnoi o comfortably win D wdan. The M AbrV1 1000. N PROD. D SIR. C SEDAN2 1 a n t i c i p l t a d hrWo. betweom w n Trultt. Msei 2 RW ~ r . t b o n . osentiw and Jimmy Boehm did J MOU a mtr ~ u h r ( a d . MOB. 2 ~ m as a B d m t d i d ~not ~ C m WINNERS, eD - TNnti Fp Wn

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from a R i i e win in C d m , didn't break the habit u he ml tit AKa CTA Jr. into the w i n d s cbfh for the time in 1wet. MARIN-. W i . ,July 27 D r p o r Y n d q w u a rod battle The A n d Co. brs introduced a with Bob Madid's PBS .ad Bob new IOpound stored pronure dry Katsev'a BobM swnpp- the L.d chemical fira extinguisher, the many times before Marshall Sentry 10. It was dewbped to replacm water grabbed t h c w i n witb Katwv smnd. and a r b o n dioxide.extinquishers in Flapto-klag victory wenred to be hazard locations where lighter the weight and ~ ~ tp a t e l r fm y of the b y ror B O ~.zisr ~ as h notched his m o d t.lrirU the killing powa h e required, such u ovnrll win in ths Formula SCCA automotive mbtor rep& shops. event. Lazier's new Much 718 Sentry 1 0 uses t h e Fony Formula B breezed home with the mdti-purpow extmqukhing agent. win over Steve Louden's Bnbham On flammable liquid and electrical BT29. fins, it is reportedly more effective KendaU Noah's Lola TI42 mads than two carbon dioxide units of her maiden voyage a ~ c c d uone l similar sizes and on wood, paper, by down nine points in rag, etc. fms. the Sentry 10 has the Formula A. Brian Haupt's Cooper same capacity a s t w o water Climax was aecond. extinquishcn.

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T h e race was a veritable walk-away for Revson, but only after pole-winner Jackie Stewart d r o p p e d f r o m a seemingly comfortable lead when he had to pit his Carl Haas LBM Lola T26OChevy to replace a flat tin. the secondstraight CanAm race in which t h e "Mod Scot" has

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. Stewart's Lola Christens Revamped Watkins Glen At 134mpt

WATKlNS GLEN, N,Y,July 24 M8P McLPrcn. - As part of the prChuMde9 to Despite a n anxiour moment today's Glen 6 How EnQ~rance yeqtnday when the right-mr radius ram for tho World Manufacturer's rod pulled from it# mounting on Championmhip Group 5 and 6 cars, the LdiM car, Stewart came back to Jackie Stewart W e d the w e urn top money of $2600 out of crowd of fans on hand to W e n t h e $ 2 0 , 0 0 0 available f o r Ma1 Currie's revamped Watkina distribution among occupants of Glen Layout by edging his L&M t h e first five grid rows for Lola T260 into the number one tomonow's fourth round of the e n A m starting berth .12 acond Johnwn Wax ssrisk And despite Rennm's best effort ahead of Peter Revaon in the works w i t h a n e w a n d bigger R eynolds-developed linerless aluminum e d e , now nted at SlOcid, he was unable to bast the fastest Scot in the world. W m up third quickest and out of a anAm front row for the first t h e in sevsral ysan, was Denny Huhne, the Kiwi team's number one. Stewart sizzled around the 2.428-mile widened orcuit in a time of 1:05.11 to establish the new Group 7 qualifymg record at 134.244mph. Revson was timed at 1:05.23, while Hulme had to settle for 1:05.47. Official CaiIAm prtch EOBBS TURNS ON The official patch of the S p w t S With a new 494cid Chevrolet ~ s r ~ l u bof Amerii's Cans powerplant safely tucked under the dimAmerican U 1 8 I k w Cup rear deck of Tony Dean's ex-works !3eriac. The m h sought after of McLaren MSD, David Hobbs all tha SCCA p m t d m l Nearly part& Hulme on the second row fou inches square in attractive with a fme 1:06.56, 131.55mph. as red, white, blue, Meck .nd grey. be took advantage of an empty 52.00 emch w 3 for 55.00 track late yesterday afternoon and r d y got "turned on." SCCA SERVICES After Hobbs came the f i i of the P.O. 801 91 1 sportslncing "newcomem," Mario 01110n. Mont. 59725 I Andretti i n t h e first off* fadoryhcked Fenwi to appear m the J-Wax lLrics Powered by a 7-Liter V12 t h a t had been shoe-horned into a spare 512 chasds, Andretti m r d e d a vsry respectable 1:07.66, 129.168mph, to take the inside p 2 e on the third row. The w had soen but 20 laps of traak time prior to its departure for Anmica, when team menaaer Peter Shetty took a few turns around Modem to bed in the disc brakes. T h e r e were severe handling problems as expected and a rcar-maunted airfoil was tried m an attempt to im rove t h i . After a so% week of fiddling, however, the car was pronounced reammbly fit to start. An all-new CanAm cha6fis for Andretti la b u i l d i fast in Italy and hopefully willpin the aeries soon. Mark Donphue was the first of I 2 six-hour holdovers on the expected 3 S a u grid to post a time as he picked up a "trick" set of Goodyeas to turn in a time of 1:08.32, 127.908mph, in the Sunow Sl2M F e d . The car was imrrmculatcly prepared as is the ugual Peaske-Kirk White custom, and barring dinster in today's enduro, should tine up next to Andretti tomortow afternoon. L o t h a r Motschenbacher was seventh frstest in the WintersRosen McLarcn MBDChevy, followed by t h e first of the Gulf Porsches entered by J.W. Automotive, driven by Gus van Lcnnep. Their times were 1:08.41. 127.764mph and 1:08.58. 127.440mph, respectively. Following this hvowme was the second feature machine of the weekend, Jo Siffert,'~radically new Pomhe Spyder desymted 917/10 T h o u g h it fnst appeared in pit lane in Siffert's customary white paint job, the car today was painted in a certain shade of Dayglo pink that left little doubt where the money is coming from. Vinu Granatelli ad*d that STP Corp. will sponsor the car for the the impossibility of starting th remainder of the year. The new foreign invader is a mum race unlem and until the necesal of light laoy tubing suspending a changes were made to bring the u matched pair of fuel tanks, a 5-liter up to specs. Porsche engine and very little else. If and when this'was done, tb Ultra light, the car's wheelbase is stewards continued, the car woul the name as the run-of-the-mill 917 have to start dead last, since th but is nine inches shorter in overall time had been set by an illeg, length, while being slightly longer machine, which was not quite righ than the special 90813. The time trinls closed with the issr Jo Hoppen of Volkswagen of in considerable doubt. America said t h e engine is pmdudne a retiable 620hv. and thWATKIWGLEN C A Y A H G R ~ total package will be &ntain$ throughout the season by a pair of , , ., f a c t o r y mechanics, aided by engineering help from Stuttw* whcaerer ieeded. S t a r t i with Mii-Ohio on Auk 22, Art Bunker's racing team will take o m the entry chores for the Siffert STP Porsche Audi, as the car will be called, with Richie Ginther picking up where Bunker leaves off for the three rounds out West. ..~ e s v i t ea bout of rear-end vjbrathn, which was later t r a y l t o p p ~ p - m ~ g~ 7 t 3ffr -w a dragging front spoiler, an lnitlal l u ~ t n ~~mm.~ u s t a r t i n g t i m e o f 1:08.64, I m . , 127.332mph. at all half yrn%rx$yay

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1 9 7 1 N H R A fumy u r race of the n w t . th mpli-fhd w i n s t Henry Hmisoa w m W h diminator. became the M ~ k e yThompson's driwr. Botl firsi to . t h e PDA were in 71 Mustang Mach 1-bodia maches. Alley won with a 6.74 etiminator titkr. The *t's big upset came in 2 0 8 . 3 3 m p h t o H a r r i s o n ' fumy car competition, after such 216.34mph. 6.86second run. ' favorites as Jrmy Ruth, Rich Standim room only attenciano Sbooairn .ad Dave Beck were of 15.037 tonight b r o w th two-night count to 18.62 1. eliminated in earlier rounds.


Prudhomme And Dodge - Win Titles

BYJon A* h u d l l o m m i ~ t h e t o p r p o tof only s i x points. Plymo a t t h e tlkird annual Midwest finished third and tbe G o ~ r p lhad three draWlt wins. Coldstei MO~& ~ U I I placed fourth. P r u d h o m m e captured the of 16 individual honors with three sn@ew&i@ fyd-bwmin& funny strlinht wins in his Bmcuda. His each. Matclung Prudho cirs i n tbY pro*ees, M it wm FWdhlmrn'~ alcwld m m u w &feat of Dick R o Q w Htls h, tbs hiah -x la . W you, Prud4ommc helped m d tw6, hi Weatad RtcbiFd dmmilutAy t4a &mi (h ' bd t b Plymouth turn to victory 'I?llrp in the Blue M a x idustan& individd Mdr. h* tcllmlettr wer but iltd)maot the cam today. wlth 6.76, 2 13.27 and la the The S o d & e term of Lsroy defeded Smw. ~okht& and the Ramcbsrgm, Sncw fivlrsd t h low e h p d Gar D y e r w i t h t h . e t i m e ~ t o p ~ o f U m m o s t iMotoirhT0u.g n two. ~ ~ a d L U l d Dodp 4 C h u m the m a with Aodhommc, b m L i q I n the third round. on1 G e n e Snow's Rambunctiou; both endsof fhdtrackmcmd Vits Prudhomu nmsgcd e riotor! 8nd Pat Hid; in the a diaq '6.7hceond. 226.58mph Dyer's Dod&e defeated Fre chi- o w l HDdlu Cgym woa the run. Mmwcr. Pmdbomme's hole Goeska, Minick's Dod&e Qumpe shot of 6.77. 217.39mph w8a CLre S a d a n and' Coldstein t a m w. Dodp ddatod Tom McErQI. Ford msnspd tho rCcoild-p!ac linirh in the o~nufactumr'rpow with only a riqk win in m y d o n 1 two w i n s in the mcond and three i the third round. Dodgs's win* w BYWN. In.. lulv 25 - Von poinb Lo Ford's second-place


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Early in the race, Allison passrd Petty, bringing Petty t o comment. "I was trying to set a prce and I guess he didn't think it was fast enough. "Right, he passed me. I didn't let him by." Asked if the million dollars had any particular significance. Petty smiled and a i d , "More for Uncle Sam, than me. But now that we're g e t t i n g c l o s e to that and everybody's making such a big deal o u t of it, the wins are meaning more.'' Hylton, who said he has finished second more times than he can r e m e m b e r , confessed, "Yeah, I knew if Richard had trouble I had a chance t o win, but it seems every time I get s e w n d behind him, he never has trouble." Hylton slid it was a rough race f o r him. "1 was hit by Earl Brwks. I was hit by Gerald Childress. I hit the wall and I spun out lwice in o i l . " Hylton lost mntrol o n the front stretch late in the race when he spun in oil and after hitting t h e inside wall. the left rear quarter panel o n his Ford began rubbing the tire. "1 wasn't going t o come in until it blew. I knew it would wst me second place," said Hylton. Discussing the side-by-side laps he ran with Parsons, Hylton stated. "I figured I had a lap lead on him, but I didn't see a n y sense in just

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Mills Opel Sets Rally Prize Fund

SEA'ITLE. Wash.. July 27 Hills O p e l R a c i n g Enterprises 'MORE) has established a line o f 3pel racing products and a rally xize fund for 1971 T h e c o m p a n y , which has ipecialized in Opel performance ~ r o d u c t ss i n c e 1 9 6 5 , has Lnnounced a support program of 175 for first in class; $50 for zcond; and $25 for third in SCCA ldtional rallies. MORE also plans t o campaign an )pel 1900 sedan in the West Coast lortion o f SCCA's 2.5 Challenge ieries. MORE'S catalogue, S I per :opy, is available at P.O. Box 5143, Seattle. 981 15.

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