This site contains some memories and photos of my life in Motor sport

 Silverstone 1965 with John Smart I've got the shades  


On holiday in Spain 1968 with Trevor Tompkins and Roger Williamson in the hat. The Comer Cob van had a Sunbeam Rapier engine with overdrive.


This rare photo of Jochen Rindt in a full face helmet was taken by me at Rouen on the 28th June 1970; he is driving a Works Formula Two Lotus 69 with a Ford FVA engine.He was killed three months later on the 5th of September at the age of 28 driving a Lotus 72 at the Italian GP Monza. At the time of this photo he was the undisputed King of F2.It’s one of my favourite photos.
 

   Graham Hill lines up at the same race in his similar works car.


Jack Brabham's Coombs Brabham BT30 sits next to Patrick Depailler's Pygmee MDB15 in heat 1


Ronnie looks on as Keith and I work on the March 702 at Mantorp Park Sweden.


   Eric Ellsley, Rorrie Peterson and Keith Leighton work on the 702 at Rouen in 1970.The transporter in the background was capable of over 100MPH but the brakes were rubbish. It was later sold to Brabham.

 

    Ronnie Petersons works March 702 and Hubert Hahne's BMW F269
No 24 wait for the start of heat 1 at the same race.
Hahne DNF with blown engine and Ronnie finished 2nd

 

Team owner Malcolm Guthrie (on the left) gives support to Peterson as he prepares to launch the 702 down the hill at Rouen from the front row. I think a prayer would have been more appropriate.
Having removed the wings from the car after heat 1 he finished 6th in the final after a spin


Jochen Rindt in his Lotus 69 at Hockenheum 1970


Emerson Fittipaldi chats to ace engine builder Brain Hart. Hockenheim 1970.


Trying to keep things dry at Mantorp Park Sweden 1971


I seem to have found something to smile about at Mantorp park Sweden


Ronnie Peterson hurls his March 712 round Virage de Nonveau Monde at Rouen on the 27th June 1971 ahead of Francois Cevert in his Tecno. This was to be the first win for Ronnie in F2. He went on to win three out of the next four races to give him the championship. The strange rear wing arrangement on Ronnie’s car is mentioned in part 1


Mike Beuttler and myself get set to win the last championship race for 1600cc Formula Two cars at Vallelunga on the17th October 1971 in the works March 712M-5 www.fauselphoto.com
 
Beuttler leads Quester at Vallelunga, the nose was borrowed from Peterson's car www.fauselphoto.com


  Heading back to the paddock after the race.
 
Roll out of the 722 at the March factory in Bicester

  Reine Wisell heads for a sixth place at Pau on the7th May 1972
 
Ikuzawa's GRD F2 car

A stop over for lunch and a chance take in the view at Lake Vattern Sweden. Next stop Mantorp Park with Gordon Huckle (ex Lotus chief mechinic)centre, fellow race mechanic Alastair Dimock and F3 star Andy Sutcliffe far right.

Hills Brabham and Fittipaldi's Lotus At Hockenheim 1972

Hailwood Surtees and Gethin Chevron

Reutemann Rondel Brabham and Wilson Fittipaldi Brabham

Brambilla March / Reutemann and Ikuzawa GRD

Peterson and Lauda in the works March 722's

  Bob Wollek looks on as I change yet another Engine at Hockenheim 1973,the Ford BDA was not the most relible 
 
Ron Dennis chats to Bob Wollek at Rouen as I try to work out how long the engine is going to last. Having changed the engine after heat 1 (it had only lasted 1 lap) he is about to start the final from the pit lane. He ran out of talent on lap 6 when he crashed the car. www.fauselphoto.com

   Neil Trundle and I attend to Bob Wollek’s Motul M1 at the Jim Clark memorial race at Hockenheim on the 8th April 1973 Note the crowds F2 was very popular back then. Also in the photo are Reine Wisell's GRD 273 Ford FVD, Jody Scheckter's Motul M1 FVD, Richard Scott's Scott MK1 Ford BDA, Jochen Mass' Surtees TS15 Ford BDA Hart and Roger Williamson's GRD 273 Ford BDG and Vittorio Brambilla's March 712?www.fauselphoto.com

                         
It wasn't all beer and skittles, 23rd March 1974 Montjuich park, Masami Kuwashima sits in his Formula Two March 742 BMW while we all get wet.www.fauselphoto.com