Articles tagged Alessandro Nannini

Page 38 of March 1983 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, March 1983

Lancia-Ferrari Group C contender

Although a Ferrari engined Lancia is not a new phenomenon — there was the six-cylinder Dino powered Stratos rally car of the mid-70s — the unveiling in February of the new Group C Endurance car from the Turin manufacturer caused quite a stir, as the lightweight (810 kg.) two-seater is powered by a new 2.6-litre V8 from Maranello. Although utilising parts from the 2,927 cc. Ferrari 308GTBi engine...

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Lost in France

The one that got away Ivan Capelli 1990 french Grand Prix one can only speculate what path Ivan Capelles career might have followed had he won at Paul Ricard. He tells Adam Cooper how it felt to come so close to victory At the 1990 French GP, Ivan Capelli was within three laps of one of the biggest upsets in the sport's long history but, as is so often the case in such unexpected situations, he...

Page 10 of September 1988 archive issue thumbnail Page 10, September 1988


Hockenheimring, July 24 If there is a better driver than Ayrton Senna in Formula One today I would like to see him. The Brazilian driver wins in the wet, he wins in the dry, he wins on fast circuits, he wins on slow circuits and he wins on street circuits. He is invariably on pole position and he goes past slower cars as if they were not there, and through traffic as if it were stationary. He...



August 2019
100 years, three cars, one epic track test



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