Damon Hill wins the Hungarian GP by over 30sec from fellow Williams man David Coulthard. Champion elect Michael Schumacher retires.
As Niki Lauda announces his retirement from driving, McLaren team-mate Alain Prost cruises home to victory in the Austrian GP from Ayrton Senna (Lotus).
Brabham’s Carlos Reutemann wins the German GP at the Nürburgring by over 90sec from Williams driver Jacques Laffite.
Peter Walker and Dennis Poore win the BARC 9 hours at Goodwood aboard a works Aston Martin DB3S, with Desmond Titterington and Ninian Sanderson second in their Ecurie Ecosse Jaguar D-type.
Bentley "Old Number One"
By Michael Hay ISBN:0 9535827 1 Published by Number One Press, £18.00 If you know vintage Bentleys you'll know Michael Hay, author of the twin marque Bibles, Bentley - the…
I reckon that Rodney Felton did well to finish fifth in the Alfa Romeo Race in Tom Wheatcroft's rebuilt and rebodied Alfa Romeo Bi-motore at VSCC Donington, remembering how other…
Book reviews, August 1989, August 1989
Grand Prix Cars 1945-65 by mike Lawrence. 264pp. 10” x 8”. (Aston Publications Ltd, Bourne End House, Harvest Hill, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire SL8 5JJ. £18.95). Former Motor Sport Deputy Editor Mike Lawrence spent…