Articles tagged Christian Danner

Page 32 of May 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, May 1992

Breaking the mould?

Success in the European F3000 Championship has, in the past, been excellent news for drivers . . . but a gloomy omen for teams. The statistics are quite astonishing. Since Christian Danner graduated to Grand Prix racing on the strength of his victory in the inaugural championship in 1985, each of his successors has followed suit. As yet, Danner, Ivan CapeIli, Stefano Modena, Roberto Moreno, Jean...

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 41 of May 1982 archive issue thumbnail Page 41, May 1982

Formula Two review

The finest discovery since Jochen Rindt? FORMULA TWO has a revelation in its ranks. The sharpest, boldest, and most naturally talented driver since Jochen Rindt appeared in the formula fourteen years ago. Superlatives, yes. But BMW Motorsport Director Dieter Stappert, never usually a man prone to emotive statement, is sure that they are justified. He has been all along. It was Stappert who...

Page 36 of February 1994 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, February 1994

Happy the man

Alfa Romeo is entering the BTCC this year. Lead driver will be Gabriele Tarquini,a man who has never enjoyed a real opportunity to demonstratewhat many believe to be startling natural ability Back in March 1985, few people outside the world of karting had heard of Gabriele Tarquini . . . International motor racing was entering a new, experimental age. Formula Two had been axed on the grounds of...

Page 16 of November 1989 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, November 1989

Formula One: Spanish GP

Invisible man Somewhere in all the controversy, acrimony and infamy that characterised the Spanish Grand Prix, Ayrton Senna racked up his 20th F1 victory and McLaren International overtook Team Lotus International to lie second to Ferrari in the all-time wins ratings, 80 to 97. Those statistics went rather unnoticed, however, but one that didn't was Senna's 40th pole position. The Brazilian's...

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