Articles tagged Carl Haas

Page 106 of June 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 106, June 2010

"There was something great about those cars"

The revised Can-Am series of the late 1970s had it all – mighty cars, classic tracks and star drivers. But it wasn’t enough to save it from the threat of CART By Gordon Kirby Born amid apathy and ignorance, it flourished briefly but then died from a lack of interest. The ‘new era’ Can-Am lasted only 10 years from 1977-86 and came to life because America’s road racing track owners were desperate...

Page 35 of February 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 35, February 1986

Focus on Formula 3000

When F3000 was first mooted to replace F2 which was fading fast in terms of grids, driver advancement and all-round popularity, it was greeted as potentially the best new category for years. There were promises of television coverage and being the featured supporting race to four European Grands Prix and it was to be packaged by FOCA. Whatever anyone says about FOCA, it's impossible to deny that...

Page 48 of December 1991 archive issue thumbnail Page 48, December 1991

Interview -- Bryan Herta

Breaking the Mould No foreign-based driver has ever won the Formula Ford Festival, though a couple of Europeans have come close. Now the Americans fancy their chances in one of motor racing's toughest events. Why, after a championship-winning season in their homeland, should anybody want to step down 110 bhp to risk their reputation in a lottery such as the Duckhams Formula Ford Festival? Good...

Page 39 of July 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 39, July 2011

Rob Widdows

EVERY SHOW NEEDS A STAR Never been to Indianapolis? You must. It is one of the great motor racing occasions. In the spring of 19931 was working on the first Goodwood Festival of Speed. Seven days a week, eight if possible, day and night. Then, out of the blue, Lord March asked me to go to the Indianapolis 500 where we would be guests of the Newman-Haas team. Part of the plan was to study the...



October 2019
Brawn Supremacy



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