Articles tagged Danny Sullivan

Page 93 of September 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 93, September 2004

Ready, aim, misfire

The one that got away: Arie Lutendyk: 1988 Portland CART Danny Sullivan's Penske was in his sights, but when it came to the crunch the Dutchman's Lola let him down he tells Adam Cooper "I first raced in the CART Indycar series in 1984,and by '87 I was starting to run consistently in the top five with Ron Hemelgarn, which was not a major team in US single-seater racing. That fell apart at the end...

Page 97 of April 2006 archive issue thumbnail Page 97, April 2006

Simon Taylor's notebook

Non-championship F1 races have been largely forgotten. But they played their own part in the history of the sport I've just invested in the latest weighty edition of the Grand Prix Data Book. It's a 744-page statistical labour of love by David Hayhoe and David Holland: clearly laid out, easy to use, and guaranteed to answer just about any F1 question from 1950 to 2005. Race by race and car by car...

Page 12 of November 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 12, November 1999


MODERN TIMES ALMOST NEVER DO I LOSE MY FAITH IN the unpredictability of Formula One. But I will admit there have been a couple of moments this year when I wavered. One was after qualifying at the season-opener in Melbourne. Hakkinen was half a second faster than Coulthard and 1.3sec faster than everyone else, and the prospect of 16 monotonous McLaren processions stretched ahead. The other was...



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