Robin Herd

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  • He met someone in London who founded March racing cars - Robin Herd.
  • A new F1 car for was designed by Robin Herd, but was not built due to lack of funds.
  • Robin Herd, co-owner of the March Racing Team, took control of the club in 1995.
  • Despite being a skilled engineer himself, McLaren enlisted Robin Herd to design the car.
  • Designed by Robin Herd, the innovative but problematic Mallite material was used in its construction.
  • At this time, United's chairman was Robin Herd, and the club's chief executive was Keith Cox.
  • Robin Herd, formerly a designer on the Concorde project, used his aerospace knowledge to design the first McLaren single-seater racing cars.
  • In 1965 he followed his ex NGTE colleague Robin Herd to McLaren, working as his assistant.
  • The RAM-March effort was at armslength from March proper, with the cars being built at a separate factory and the only real link with March being Robin Herd.
  • The team ran a Robin Herd designed Venturi chassis with V12 Lamborghini engines but suffered reliability and financial problems throughout the season.
  • During this time he became friendly with fellow racers Max Mosley and Alan Rees, and racing car designer Robin Herd.
  • The evolving aerodynamic rules coincided with the emergence of the Robin Herd-designed March chassis becoming the vehicle of choice for the mid-1980s.
  • Robin Herd at March Engineering, on a suggestion from Wright, used a similar concept on the 1970 March Formula One car.
  • The LH94 was designed by Larrousse UK, a fifteen-strong component of the team based in Bicester, England and owned by Robin Herd.
  • March did the aerodynamics, producing a C d of 0.33, as well as producing the composite construction, encouraged by March chairman Robin Herd.
  • He was already working with Robin Herd, Alan Rees and Graham Coaker to establish the racing car manufacturer March Engineering where he handled legal and commercial matters.
  • The McLaren M2B, designed by Robin Herd, used an aluminium-wood laminate known as Mallite for much of its monocoque, although the car's design did not make best use of the new material.
  • By the end of the year, disagreements with March co-founders Max Mosley and Robin Herd meant that Amon had decided to move to another relatively new team: Matra.
  • But finally some good fortune arrived as March Engineering co-founder Robin Herd had decided to outsource the running of the works March Formula 2 team and he approached Earle and Onyx to do it.
  • Designer Robin Herd started work on the car in November 1969, and by the 701's official press launch on 6 February 1970 two cars had been finished and were ready to run.
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