Articles tagged Saudia Airlines

Page 29 of December 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 29, December 1979

Williams Grand Prix Engineering

Sponsorship The heading to this article is the official title of the firm that runs the Williams team in Formula One and it can be said that it is financed by Saudi Arabia. However, it has not always been so, for the initial influx of money from Saudi Arabia came solely from the national airline Saudia, but over the past two seasons interest in the Formula One team has spread throughout the land...

Page 26 of January 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, January 1979

Formula One Teams for 1979

Lotus: Heading the 1979 list, naturally enough, is Team Lotus, no longer supported by John Player, the cigarette firm, while the cars will not be called John Player Specials (not that we at Motor Sport did call them by that name to us a Lotus is a Lotus). Olympus Cameras joined Team Lotus for part of last season, but they too have left the Norfolk team. The place of these two sponsors has been...

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Kumschick leads F1 desert storm

Fredy Kumschick beat Michael Schumacher by some five hours to become the first man to win a Formula One race at the new Bahrain grand prix circuit The Swiss led Richard Eyre to a Williams 1-2 in the opening round of the Thoroughbred Grand Prix Series, giving original team sponsors Saudia Airlines and TAG a regional home win. Hubertus Bahlsen put his Arrows A4 on pole position, but Eyre got the...

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Inside line: Fredy Kumschick

Practice gremlins did not prevent Williams ace from claiming big Bahrain win How did the weekend go for you? In practice we had problems with the gearbox, the engine and the tyres. But then overnight we worked on the car, and it was really beautiful. For the first four laps I held back, but I adjusted my rollbar and brakes a little bit for the last five laps, and it was quite easy, I have to...


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