Sullivan claims CART Title for Penske
Danny Sullivan is the new CART/Indycar Champion. Driving in an Ilmor Chevrolet-engined Penske PC17, he secured the title with a commanding victory from pole position in the penultimate round of the World Series at Laguna Seca in California on October 16.
A suspension problem cost the former Tyrrell Formula One driver the lead in the final round in Miami, enabling Al Unser Jnr’s March to equal his seasonal tally of four wins and claim the runner-up spot overall. Reigning champion Bobby Rahal finished third in the points table driving a Lola-Judd.
Cesare Fiorio confirmed in Miami that Alfa Romeo is planning to enter Indycar racing with a V8 engine in 1989.
Ex-F3 star to race Lotus sports car
Ex-F3 race Jac Nelleman debuted his Lotus 17 in the BRDC Historic Sports Car race at Silverstone in May. The Dane ended a 17-year lay-off last season to share the…
Letter of the month Willie Green retires Sir, What can I say other than thank you to everyone for all the fun and excitement I have had in motorsport during…
When the rouge mist descends
Sir, I enjoyed the letter from Christian Frederiksen (Denmark) about Jacky Ickx in your October issue. As a young boy I was a great fan of Ickx. I saw him…