Articles tagged Clemens Schickentanz

Page 56 of November 1983 archive issue thumbnail Page 56, November 1983

Japanese measure up the Porsches

Signs that Group C racing will get stronger, and that the challenge will come from the Orient, were seen in Japan when the Fuji 1,000 Kilometre World Endurance Championship race was run early in October. While Honda involve themselves in Formula 1, both Nissan and Toyota were represented by teams with turbocharged 2.1-litre production-based engines which acquitted themselves well, the Nissan-...

Page 89 of December 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 89, December 2011

Lunch with... Hans Stuck

As the son of a pre-war Auto Union ace, racing was in his blood. Today, ‘Junior’ is a cult hero in his own right It’s intriguing how often sons of racing drivers become racers themselves. In Formula 1 Nico carries on the work of Keke, as did Jacques for Gilles – although so far only Damon and Graham have achieved a World Champion son of a World Champion father. Sometimes grandsons follow to make...

Page 50 of October 2005 archive issue thumbnail Page 50, October 2005

"I was hooked..." -- Hans Stuck Jr

When Hans Stuck Sr let his son loose at the 'Ring it was the start of a great career. By Gary Watkins Destiny's child... Hans Stuck Jr was always going to be a racing driver. You don't have a lot of choice when your father is a pre-war Auto Union ace with a string of grand prix wins to his name, is still competing into his seventh decade and just happens to run the driving school on the...

Page 33 of September 1988 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, September 1988

Musical Chairs

In the 1950s it was quite common for a Grand Prix car to be handed over to the team leader midway through a race so he could collect a higher quota of points, but the FIA sensibly put a stop to the practice, not least because it was thoroughly confusing for the spectators. Working the system came back into fashion in the 1970s, when Georg Loos and the Kremer brothers were locked in combat for...


October 2019
Brawn Supremacy



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