Articles tagged Renaissance Centre

Page 28 of August 1987 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, August 1987

Letter from France

Dear AH, The reason you couldn't find me in the great Renaissance Centre ("Ren-Cen" — ugh!), round which the Detroit Grand Prix street circuit runs, was because I wasn't there! When whoever it was cancelled the Canadian Grand Prix without no much as a "sorry about that" I decided to opt out of going to Detroit as a personal protest, even though nobody noticed. Holding the Canadian and United...

Page 9 of August 1987 archive issue thumbnail Page 9, August 1987

Formula One: Detroit GP

Streets ahead The Detroit Grand Prix hammered home the same message we have been hearing since the start of the 1987 season — namely that there are now three distinct categories within Formula One: non-turbos, turbos and Hondas. It was not simply the fact that Nigel Mansell took his fifth pole position in six races which was so impressive, but the real index of the collective mastery of Williams...

Page 43 of July 1982 archive issue thumbnail Page 43, July 1982

1982 F1 US Grand Prix of Detroit report: Watson takes victory

— McLaren driver wins enjoyable shambles at first Detroit Grand Prix 1982 Detroit Grand Prix start Photo: Motorsport Images Downtown, Detroit, June 6th IT IS a good thing that we can bend rules and regulations and manipulate procedures to suit ourselves, otherwise there might not have been a Grand Prix through the streets of Detroit. Do not ask how a Formula One race, counting for World...


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