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Thursday 30th October 2014

 

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Miller and Márquez, mountains and molehills

Why the reaction to Jack Miller’s
riding in Sepang is over the top

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Looking ahead to Le Mans 2014

For all that was good about it, and there was more about what I love about Le Mans in 2013 …

The conundrum of American racing

Watching Le Mans on TV from across the Atlantic was both a pleasure and a source of depression. It was …

Kristensen dedicates win to Simonsen

It was inevitable that triumph would be tempered by tears. Given what had happened at the start of this year’s …

Le Mans 2013: the final hours

In the end there was immense relief, deep emotion, satisfaction at a job well done in the most extreme circumstances…

Le Mans 24 Hours live coverage

A notional concept, rest. It doesn’t matter how many times you cover Le Mans, nor how well you appreciate the benefits of a break…

Le Mans: the first 12 hours

Canadian Tony Burgess was lucky to escape serious injury in a huge crash that cut his Lola coupé in half…

Aston racer Simonsen killed at Le Mans

Aston Martin Racing driver Allan Simonsen has died after crashing on the third lap of the Le Mans 24 Hours. …

Le Mans 24 Hours: busy even on a Friday

According to the official Le Mans 24 Hours timetable, Friday is a time of rest – an opportunity for drivers …

Nissan unveils ‘zero emissions’ racer

Nissan took the covers off its experimental ‘zero emissions’ racing car at Le Mans, as it gears up to break …

Emerson Fittipaldi: an all-time great

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Dear Nigel, I was reading your Grand Prix Greats book and the chapter on Mario Andretti reminded me of another …

Juan Pablo Montoya: a great loss for F1

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Dear Nigel, During your article in the April edition you mentioned you were, for a variety of reasons, delighted at Juan Pablo …

1988 Le Mans 24 Hours report

The one nightmare shared by Jaguar’s board members was the possibility of defeat…

Le Mans: Prologue to the 24 Hours

5am, Thursday morning. I’ve locked the front door, duvet and pillow under one arm, travel bag in the other and …

Audi’s McNish and Jarvis on Le Mans

“Oh s**t,” says Allan McNish after a long pause. I had just explained how much track time I was getting …

1973 Le Mans 24 Hours report

Last year’s victory by Matra was somewhat hollow thanks to the lack of opposition, notably from Ferrari…

José Froilán González at Silverstone

Professional racing drivers tend to fight shy of admitting to a favourite circuit because any such pronouncement presupposes that there …

1965 Le Mans 24 Hours report

There were 51 starters in the Le Mans race, but to all intents and purposes it was a straight fight…

When will Valentino Rossi win again?

It’s the question you get asked half a dozen times a race weekend, usually by expectant Rossi fans, hoping for …

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