Articles tagged Altfrid Heger

Page 23 of March 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 23, March 2010

Capacity entry for new FIA GT1 series

Capaci-y entry for new HA Gil series THE NEW-FOR-2010 FIA GT1 WORLD Championship became a reality on the publication of a capacity 24-car entry list for the series in January. Series boss Stephane Ratel described the entry of 12 two-car teams split between six marques as "a dream come true". He said the entry for this year's 10-date series on four continents had exceeded his expectations. "I...

Page 40 of November 1988 archive issue thumbnail Page 40, November 1988

Touring cars review: British and European championships

Battles Won, Wars Lost Despite the FISA axe hanging menacingly over its international future, Group A touring car racing has put on a good show this year both at home and abroad. Though the domination of their respective classes by Ford, BMW and Toyota remained unbroken, and individual race results all too predictable, championships could still be contested right down to the wire . . . The man...

Page 5 of January 1991 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, January 1991

BMW motorsport plans

It was at the Essen Show (see report on pages 23, 24) that BMW Motorsport announced its plans for 1991 which, as expected, revolved around the increasingly popular and prestigious German Touring Car Championship. Altogether they will be supporting eight M3s run by three teams throughout the championship while individual drivers will be selected on certain events. The Warsteiner and Wintershall...

Page 40 of April 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 40, April 1992

The sound of Munich

There have been faster racing saloon cars than the BMW M3 - notably the Nissan Skyline GT-R and Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth - but there has never been a more consistently successful and durable championship winner. From its debut season as a European and World Championship winner to the 1991 version which propelled Will Hoy, Roberto Ravaglia and Tony Longhurst to the British, Italian and...

Page 7 of September 1989 archive issue thumbnail Page 7, September 1989

Ford wins Spa 24 Hours

One of Ruedi Eggenberger's works Ford Sierra R5500s finally defeated the BMW hordes to win Europe's most prestigious touring car race on July 23, when Win Percy, Gianfranco Brancatelli and Bernd Schneider came from behind to take the chequered flag in the 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps. The winning car finished eight laps ahead of Schnitzer Motorsport's M3 driven by Roberto Ravaglia, Altfrid Heger...


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