Articles tagged Danny Sullivan

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Event of the month -- Tour Auto

  While some of the favourites hit trouble, John Sheldon turned in a sublime performance to win the 14th Tour Auto -- Paul Lawrence reports, photography by Patrick Payany A capacity entry gathered in Paris in late April for Tour Auto, the world's leading combined race and rally stage contest for classic sports and GT cars. The 200-strong field was packed with automotive jewels, including two...

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Nigel Roebuck

Reflections – Lord March’s memories of Goodwood – The strategy behind Hamilton’s “best race” – Why Bernie wants more points for winners The Speedway Motel. For years, before I finally went to Indianapolis for the first time in 1981, there was such an evocative quality about that name, and it’s a certainty that no hostelry on earth presents quite the same view. Take a back room there, look out of...

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Lunch with Ian Phillips

Messenger boy, writer, editor, circuit boss, charity director, team manager, sponsorship hunter... meet a man of many partsWriter: Simon Taylor | Photographer: Charles Best Something a bit different this month. The subject of this ‘Lunch With…’ is hardly a household name: indeed many motor sport enthusiasts may never have heard of Ian Phillips. Yet he has been a motor racing insider for more than...

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Sprites Gremlins THE PLAN WAS TO GO TO GOOD WOOD NOTJUST TO SPECTATE BUT TO RACE AGAINST FOUR Fl CHAMPIONS AND SOME OF THE FINEST DRIVERS IN THE WORLD. AND IT ALL WENT PERFECTLY TO THE MOMENT THE FLAG DROPPED. BY ANDREW FRANKEL t was, I think, the drivers' briefing that was the best moment of all. There we sat, all of us in a portable box listening attentively to the words of an evidently...

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The month in MOTOR SPORT

The month in MOTOR SPORT MARCH 18: Benetton reports that JJ Lehto will not be fit to race in the Brazilian GP. los Verstappen will deputise. 18: Arguments about TV coverage of World Championship rallying continue after a meeting between team principals, manufacturers and broadcasters fails to produce entirely positive solutions. 20: In the wake of Alain Prost's definitive decision to retire from...

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F1 non-championship races Part three: the ’70s & ’80s

Ever decreasing circles As the demands of F1 grew in the 1970s and ’80s, so the number of non-championship races shrank. Yet right to the end, such events still provided an important opportunity for rookies and aces By Paul Fearnley 1970 & 1971 Oulton Park Gold Cups Jochen Rindt parked the victorious Lotus 72C at Old Hall Corner, grabbed the suitcase he’d placed at the marshals’ post during...

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John Delane

Enamoured of Tyrrells after seeing Jackie Stewart’s performance at Monza, this American charger vowed to race one of his own. And he does. Several in fact... He’d been on the road since April, campaigning cars around Europe. We meet at what American John Delane calls his English home, as he prepares for the Goodwood Revival. We are within earshot of the circuit, in the village of West Stoke,...

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Frontieres Man

Sir, Your article on the Chimay circuit (December issue) brought back memories of that same 1972 meeting. Although you didn't mention Formula Ford, there was an FF race there that year, and I took my Crossle Mk20 and stayed in a nearby village above a butcher's shop. There was no circuit map with your article, and I recalled setting off for first practice having no idea which way the road went I...

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Nothing but the Holbert truth

Those who want to chart the rise and fall of American road racing can take one of two approaches. Either they can study the defunct series that once wore the proud banners of Can-Am, GTP and CART (not to mention today's American Le Mans Series, now languishing on life support), or they can examine the three-generation career of the Holbert family. Patriarch Bob was one of the first stars of...

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Lola celebrates its heritage

Launched to coincide with the VSCC Donington event is Lola Heritage, a focus for all owners of pre-1990 Lobos. Headed by Chris Fox, with the full support of Lola founder Eric Broadly and current owner Martin Birrane, Lola Heritage aims to be the definitive source of expertise and parts for Lolas, as well as to preserve the company's heritage. Patrons will be John Surtees, Roy Salvadori, Bobby...



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Ultimate Porsche: The Most Ruthless Racer Ever Built



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