Articles tagged Dallas GP

Page 8 of October 2014 archive issue thumbnail Page 8, October 2014

Matters of moment

"It makes you feel sick, actually, the whole FIFA thing, the corruption at the top is nauseating. Sepp Blatter likewise has run it like a dictatorship for so long and he comes up with so much nonsense.” Good on Gary Lineker. England’s second-most prolific goalscorer was deservedly considered a ‘golden boy’ of British sport during his playing career, and he’s carried that momentum into his life as...

Page 94 of October 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 94, October 1984

Dallas Grand Prix

Dallas Grand Prix I am a long time reader of your fine periodical and have come to think of it as something akin to a reference work for the sport. It is with that in mind that I offer a few corrective remarks or amplifications on a point. There is no oil in Dallas! In spite of what one sees in the much televised "Dallas" programme, there is not, never has been. nor ever will he one drop. of...

Page 38 of December 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, December 2004

In the hot seat

Martin Brundle was 'young and stupid' when he beat Stirling Moss, aged just 21. He's learned a lot since: keep your phone calls short and don't annoy Dale Earnhardt You famously came up against Dale Earnhardt In ROC. Did you ever consider having a stab at NASCAR? Bobby Shaw, Marple I never got as far as talking to teams, but it did enter my head in some of my darker days in Formula One in 1988...

Page 39 of July 1998 archive issue thumbnail Page 39, July 1998

The fastest F1 lap of all time

Date 20 July 1985, 3.12pmLocation Silverstone Circuit, NorthamptonshireEvent Final qualifying, British Grand PrixPoint of interest The fastest F1 lap of all time Before qualifying for the 1985 British GP, no Formula One car had ever lapped a track at over 160mph and none has since. Keke Rosberg tells Adam Cooper how he and Williams made F1 history that day Not many Formula One races are best...

Page 26 of December 1996 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, December 1996

Forlorn In The USA?

Will Formula One ever go back to the United States? Not necessarily, according to those David Phillips has spoken to One afternoon in March 1991, Ayrton Senna swept past the chequered flag at the corner of Jefferson and Third Avenues in Phoenix, Arizona to become the first driver in history to win five US Grands Prix. As it now stands, Senna may also have the distinction of being the last driver...

Page 42 of August 2005 archive issue thumbnail Page 42, August 2005

"Even if I had fear I still kept my foot down. That's what racing is all about"

  At his peak in the 1980s Keke Rosberg was the swashbucking buccaneer of grand prix racing. Nigel Roebuck looks back with the legendary Finn Moments from the life of Keke Rosberg. The 1982 World Champion has always been a fine story-teller — and well able to tell a tale against himself. Rosberg's sense of humour, dry and cynical, is never far from the surface, but there is also a deeply...

Page 26 of July 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, July 2010

Brundle and Son team up in Lambo

Martin Brundle teamed up with his son Alex for the first time when they raced in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo round at Hockenheim on April 23-25. The pair (above) had previously raced against each other in Formula Palmer Audi at Spa in 2008 where Martin finished a creditable eighth, seventh and sixth in the three races, compared to Alex’s sixth, ninth and 10th. The Hockenheim Super Trofeo round...


December 2019
Ford vs Ferrari: The Le Mans '66 Film Special



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