Articles tagged Bruce Harre

Page 57 of January 1990 archive issue thumbnail Page 57, January 1990

Alain Prost

Alain Prost An interview with the new World Champion pIERGUIDO CasteIli wasn't remotely interested in the scene outside the technical centre. The excited babble of 200 anxious pressmen and photographers at the gates of Fiorano left him cold. Alain Prost was about to have his first run in a Ferrari, but CasteIli had no intention of watching the run itself. Instead, he was off to watch the...

Page 62 of June 2008 archive issue thumbnail Page 62, June 2008

Lunch with... Chris Amon

He didn’t achieve the results that his enormous talent merited, but no matter: F1’s ‘unluckiest driver’ is just glad to have lived to tell the taleBy Simon Taylor Today’s media like to give our heroes convenient labels. Stirling Moss is “the greatest driver never to win the World Championship” – a glib line which says nothing about The Boy’s unrivalled versatility, or his racer’s heart. In the...

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Nigel Roebuck

Australian rain recalls Prost's bold action at Adelaide 24 years back, while Raikkonen's "easy" win highlights the contrast between the dour Finn and an innocent Chris Amon "Kimi can do some good things this year," said Anthony Davidson as we talked through the forthcoming Formula 1 season. "In fact, I reckon Lotus could be the dark horse of 2013..." Melbourne is always said to be an atypical...

Page 80 of December 2002 archive issue thumbnail Page 80, December 2002

Red wedge

Spazzaneve, meaning 'snowplough', was the original Ferrari 312 B3. A sawn-off macine that never raced, it left an indistinct footprint in this famous marque's history. However, the step forward it provided triggered an avalanche of titles for Maranello. Paul Fearnley tells its story – and drives it Ferrari SpA Sefac should have been deep into a comfort zone by 1972. Almost three years had elapsed...


November 2019
Ultimate Porsche: The Most Ruthless Racer Ever Built



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