Articles tagged Danny Sullivan

Page 74 of April 2002 archive issue thumbnail Page 74, April 2002

Sard luck story

Brought together tragic circumstance, the Sard team deserved a fairy tale result. Eddie Irvine tells Adam Cooper of two sad losses Eddie Irvine is now in his 20th season of racing, and there have been a lot of near misses during that career. One that still rankles is the 1999 British Grand Prix, a win that might have contributed to a world championship title. "I should have won, but it went wrong...

Page 64 of March 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 64, March 1979

Formula Pacific Review

Fabi's March wins the title in New Zealand New Zealand's annual International motor racing championship, for Formula Atlantic cars, was won this January by the little Italian Teodorico Fabi in his factory-entered March. The series, spread over five circuits on five consecutive weekends, comprised ten, 50-mile races. Fabi was on pole position for eight rounds and won the first six in a row. He...

Page 112 of September 2008 archive issue thumbnail Page 112, September 2008

GP stars' charity race

Seven former Grand Prix drivers will be on the grid for the Toyota ‘Race of Legends’, one of the star attractions in the Rolex Monterey Historic at Laguna Seca, California, on August 15-17. In an event staged for charity, Alan Jones, Johnny Herbert, John Watson, Patrick Tambay, Jean-Pierre Jarier, Eddie Cheever and Danny Sullivan will take on 2007 winner Derek Bell and Alain de Cadanet in a race...

Page 34 of November 2000 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, November 2000

Goodwood revival

John Surtees' magnificent drive in David Piper's Ferrari 250LM looked decisive in the RAC Tourist Trophy Celebration, highlight of the third Goodwood Revival Meeting, until the green prototype was delayed in the pits. 1988 Indycar champion Danny Sullivan duly swept Robert Sarrailh's Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe, started by Steve Hitchins, through to victory over Surtees/Piper, the Jaguar E-type of...

Page 7 of May 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 7, May 2001

U.S. stars set for Goodwood

One of the feature attractions at this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed will be the car which won the first Indianapolis 500 race, in 1911. The Marmon Wasp will make its first ever appearance outside the USA to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the race. The Wasp, named for its black-andyellow colour scheme, was raced to victory by Ray Harroun and has spent many years in the Indianapolis Hall of...

Page 36 of March 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, March 1995

Miami advice

Who is well placed to win IndyCar races this year? And who will be in charge of the show 18 months hence? After one of the shortest off-seasons in memory, the 1995 PPG IndyCar World Series is upon us. Thanks to the "front loading" of the schedule (moving races to the spring and away from autumn to avoid going head to head with professional football in the television ratings), just 20 weeks...

Page 68 of June 1998 archive issue thumbnail Page 68, June 1998

Goodwood Festival of Speed preview

Social Climbing Loved for its atmosphere as much as the machines taking part, the 1998 Goodwood Festival of Speed seems set to be the best yet. Marcus Pye studies the form guide To the dedicated historic motorsport enthusiast, June can mean just one thing: Goodwood. Since Lord March's evocative Festival of Speed first captured the imagination of British car nuts and socialites alike back in1993,...

Page 4 of October 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, October 1999

Grand Prix stars confirmed for Goodwood Revival

Current Jordan and Stewart Grand Prix drivers Damon Hill and Johnny Herbert arc in the line-up for the RAC Tourist Trophy Celebration GT for this weekend's Goodwood Revival Meeting, in a Ferrari 250 GTO and lightweight Jaguar E-type respectively. McLaren's David Coulthard is now not racing, but will demonstrate the Mercedes-Benz museum's WI96 on the Friday only. And veteran F1 commentator Murray...

Page 16 of July 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, July 2001

Goodwood festival fo speed review

In just eight years, the Goodwood festival of Speed has become the biggest historic motorsport event in the world. The annual festival on the drive of Goodwood House in Sussex is a huge celebration of the sport, spanning every conceivable era. Last year more than 100,000 fans visited the event, taking the unique opportunity to get close to the stars and cars. Held over July 6-8, it regularly...

Page 36 of June 1988 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, June 1988

Part Two: On the Circuit

Spectators' guide The 1988 World Sports-Prototype Championship reaches its zenith at Le Mans on June 11-12 when, for the first time in twelve months, the Silk Cut Jaguar, AEG Sauber Mercedes and factory Porsche teams meet on level terms. Jaguar is expected to run no fewer than five cars, and a 'rugby fifteen' of drivers, in the most impressive works assault since Renault's in 1978. Porsche failed...

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