Articles tagged McLaren

Page 20 of April 1996 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, April 1996

To Hell and Back

In Melbourne the world's media scrutinised Mika Hakkinen for any sign of weaknesses as he returned to Formula One. Mark Skewis reports that they didn't find many Its the stuff Hollywood thrives on: driver fights for life after accident; makes heroic comeback; wins world championship; walks off into sunset. Mika Hakkinen concedes that last year's accident at Adelaide, which so nearly claimed his...

Page 41 of May 1982 archive issue thumbnail Page 41, May 1982

Formula Two review

The finest discovery since Jochen Rindt? FORMULA TWO has a revelation in its ranks. The sharpest, boldest, and most naturally talented driver since Jochen Rindt appeared in the formula fourteen years ago. Superlatives, yes. But BMW Motorsport Director Dieter Stappert, never usually a man prone to emotive statement, is sure that they are justified. He has been all along. It was Stappert who...

Page 52 of March 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 52, March 1978

USAC comes to Britain

Reviving memories ot the Monza 500 races of the late 1950s when front-engincd USAC roadsters came to the Italian circuit to race against their European counterparts, Motor. Circuit Developments will be bringing the latest breed of turbocharged USAC single-seaters to race in Britain this autumn. The races, which will both be rounds of the United States Automobile Club Championship, will take place...



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