Articles tagged Carlos Reutemann

Page 75 of December 2012 archive issue thumbnail Page 75, December 2012

You gotta know when to fold

You gotta know when to fold Some Formu o 1 &Kers wa away from tne sport of tn6r own accord; otners are §mpy cast off. But wnat nappens next? BY ADAM SWEETING Damon Hill puts it, "everyone talks about climbing Everest, but they don't talk about coming down again." It's impossible for anyone who hasn't ridden the rocket of a career as a Formula 1 driver to imagine what it must feel like to...

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Nigel Roebuck

Thoughts on the artifice of contemporary Formula 1, the brittle nature of sporting relationships and the sense of duty that united team-mates in simpler, distant times... Lewis Hamilton took pole position for the Chinese Grand Prix, followed by Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso, but on race day their positions were reversed, with the Ferrari winning conclusively from the Lotus and the Mercedes....

Page 50 of April 1973 archive issue thumbnail Page 50, April 1973

7th South African Grand Prix

Controversial Stewart victory KYALAMI, March 3rd. JACKIE STEWART will remember his win in the 1973 South African Grand Prix for a long time. After a frightening crash in practice, following total brake failure on his own machine, he took over team-mate Cevert's Tyrrell but only qualified on the seventh row of the grid. With only seven laps of the race completed the Scot was in the lead and he was...

Page 39 of November 1972 archive issue thumbnail Page 39, November 1972

Canadian Grand Prix

Stewart back on top Mosport, Canada, September 24th. Jackie Stewart and Elf-Team Tyrrell will remember 1972 as a year of mixed fortunes. Stewart's season started off well enough with a win in Argentina but after that things started to go wrong. There was the ulcer that put him out of the Belgian Grand Prix and, prior to that, he had unaccountably spun at the Spanish GP which he now says was...

Page 28 of June 1971 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, June 1971

Formula Two review

A fortnight after the second European Trophy round had been held at Thruxton 17 drivers made their way down to the historic French town of Pau in the Pyrenean foothills to compete on the demanding circuit round the streets. Formerly a non-championship Formula One race, the Pau event is not a Trophy round as the organisers like to select the drivers they want and not be bound to accept all those...

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The house that Jack built

It lasted thirty years and made the reputation of drivers, designers and a Formula One mogul. Alan Henry charts the story of Brabham from a fledging team to world champion Constructor. Few Grand Prix marques have produced a range of cars as technically diverse and innovative as that designed and built by the Brabham team over its 30 years of participation in Formula One. The team also boasts the...

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Enzo Ferrari's right-hand woman

In the tightly-knit world of F1 everyone knows who Brenda Vernor is: from 1978 until his death in 1988, this native of Croydon was Enzo Ferrari's right-hand woman as well as 'mother figure' to the racing team . . . We recently had the chance to reminisce with her. Photo: Motorsport Images Enzo Ferrari has always been regarded as an institution in Italy. In fact, someone once suggested that first...

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Riccardo Patrese

"My mechanics are pushing me into the car. I'm really angry. But I go out, and on the warm-up lap, the car feels perfect. I think 'well, maybe'. And suddenly I have pole!" Riccardo Patrese possessed the talent to be world champion, but is remembered best as one of F1's true gentlemen. Are the two qualities mutually exclusive? David Malsher believes not As Patrese stepped from the broken Brabham...

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Formula Two review

After an absence of exactly four years, Formula Two cars reappeared at Brands Hatch on August Bank Holiday Monday when a fully representative European field arrived at the Kent circuit for a non-championship race. Motor Circuit Developments' director John Webb, who for so long has been a staunch supporter of Formula 5000 and relentlessly promoted it for the past three seasons (despite the fact...

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The Monaco Formula 3 race

In an attempt to gain more recognition. Italian Formula Two driver Elio de Angelis took a step down into Formula Three espeeially tor the infamously prestigious F3 race which annually supports the Grand Pnx around the streets at Monte Carlo. Equipped with the self-same Chevron B38 that he had used to such good elect in the formula last year, before he started his F2 career, but set up by current...

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