Racing Royalty: Johnny Dumfries the Earl who earned his Formula 1 right

27 09:00:00.02.2020

To some Formula 1 fans, the name Johnny Dumfries will ring a bell as a young Brit who would unexpectedly partner Ayrton Senna in F1 in Lotus’ 1986 campaign aboard the 98T. Others may however know Dumfries by his other name – John Colum Crichton-Stuart, 7th Marquess of Bute or perhaps the comparatively colloquial Earl of Dumfries.

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27 05:00:00.02.202027 February: Today in Racing

27 February: Today in Racing

In a relatively quiet day in racing history, Italian Dario Resta raced his Peugeot to victory in the 1915 American Grand Prize, while Ralph DePalma steered his Mercedes to win the 1921 Beverly Hills Grand Prize.

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26 05:00:00.02.202026 February: Today in Racing

26 February: Today in Racing

The 26 February is remembered for some interesting records over the years. It started 1903 when Alexander Winton drove his 13-litre 4-cylinder Bullet to the first ever 68.1 mph speed record at Daytona Beach, a year after Winton famously took on Ransom Olds in the first motor race, also at Daytona.

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25 05:00:00.02.202025 February: Today in Racing

25 February: Today in Racing

Rich in racing history, 25 February saw Jimmy Murphy steer his Dusenberg to victory in the 1923 Beverly Hills Grand Prixe race; in 1934, Per-Viktor Widengren drove his a Alfa Romeo 8C-2300 Monza to win the Norwegian Grand Pix at Mjosa and Joe Weatherly won the 1962 NASCAR Grand National at Daytona.

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24 06:00:00.02.202024 February: Today in Racing

24 February: Today in Racing

24 February will be remembered for many a good racing reason, starting with Harlan Fengler racing to vitory in the 1924 Beverly Hills Grand Prize race, eight years before Malcolm Campbell steered his Napier Railton Blue Bird to another new 253.9 mph World Land Speed Record at Daytona Beach, Florida.

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23 08:00:00.02.202023 February: Today in Racing

23 February: Today in Racing

23 February is a dramatic and varied day in racing and motoring history. On this day, Rudolf Diesel received a German patent for the diesel engine in 1893, Baroness Mercedes Adrienne von Schlosser Weigl nee Jellinek, after whom Mercedes cars were named, died in aged 39 in 1929 and submachine gun-toting communist guerrillas led by Castro henchman Manuel Uziel kidnapped multiple Argentine F1 world champion Juan Manuel Fangio on the eve of Cuba's Havana Grand Prix...

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22 14:00:00.02.2020Barcelona Formula 1 Test Week 1 Wrap: Wass ist DAS?

Barcelona Formula 1 Test Week 1 Wrap: Wass ist DAS?

Smoke, mirrors and deception as F1 gets down to first 2020 business in Catalunya? In German, wass ist das quite literally means: what is that? Makes us wonder if Mercedes deliberately called its new suspension invention DAS — for Dual Axis Steering. Whatever its roots,

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22 06:00:00.02.202022 February: Today in Racing

22 February: Today in Racing

Today in history will be remembered for American speed king Barney Oldfield asking in 1917, "If deflecting planes will drive an airplane up and down, why won't a deflecting plane on a car going more than 100mph help drive it down to the ground and add weight for traction?”

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