March Engineering

March Engineering was a race car manufacturer and competitor in F1 from 1970 to 1977. Moderately successful in F1 but much stronger in F3, F2, Indycar, Can-Am and Sports Cars. March operated as a customer car manufacturer putting five cars on the grid and putting Jackie Stewart on pole..

Its four founders were Maxx Mosley, Alan Rees, Graham Coaker and Robin Herd with the company name being an acronym of their initials. – “M”osley, “A”lan “R”ees, “C”oaker, and “H”erd.

The image shown is the March 711 being driven by (New Zealander) Chris Amon

Andrew Burden

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