Articles tagged Darren Manning

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Lunch with... Christian Horner

In seven seasons, Horner has led Red Bull Racing from struggling F1 outfit to the dominant force in the pitlane. And all because he could admit to himself that he wasn’t going to be the next Vettel By Simon Taylor In the business world, management is all. The best managers earn the biggest salaries; companies with good profit growth are said to be well-managed. Management is studied at...

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The year I beat... Juan Pablo Montoya -- Jonny Kane

British Formula Vauxhall, 1995 I was new to Formula Vauxhall and won the opening race. Looking back, I have no idea how. Martin O'Connell then won five in a row, so my Paul Stewart Racing team-mate Juan Pablo Montoya and I knew that we had to change the way we were going about things to beat him. We were rookies taking on a guy with two years' experience in the category, so we decided to talk...

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The time of March

For three days each year, racing turns the clocks back. Paul Lawrence is your guide to a stupendous event which celebrates everything that made our sport glorious Goodwood is simply the best. It is a happening that has to be experienced to be fully appreciated. On the track, star cars and star drivers pack the 13-race programme; off the track, it is a magical weekend that recreates the Goodwood...

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Formula One stars celebrate at Revival

Damon Hill drove a 1962 BRM P578 at Goodwood to lead a special tribute to his late father. The Revival Meeting celebrated the 40th anniversary of Graham's first Formula One victory, scored in the 1962 Glover Trophy at Goodwood at the start of his world championship-winning season. After a handful of laps in the car, Damon confirmed his admiration for the drivers of the era. "You are very aware of...

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Fast and glorious

Goodwood Revival "This is about the passion," said Patrick Tambay wearing a broad smile. The French ace was one of the galaxy of stars competing in the fifth Goodwood Revival meeting, and his drive to victory along compatriot Henri Pescarolo in the TT Celebration race was one of many highlights of a memorable event. The TT was a thriller, with the AC Cobra of Tambay/Pescarolo taking on the Jaguar...

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Winning Coyote

AJ Foyt was not content with a mere two wins in the Indianapolis 500 and a string of USAC titles. He went back to Indy as a constructor and proceeded to add another pair of victories driving his own Coyote cars. He tells Gordon Kirby why these were the greatest days Thirty years ago, AJ Foyt ensured his legendary status in motor racing history by becoming the first man to win four Indy 500s. Foyt...

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TIME TRAVELLERS

TIME TRAVELLERS FOR THREE AMAZING DAYS YOU CAN SUSPEND REALITY AT THE ANNUAL GOOD WOOD REVIVAL PAUL LAWRENCE IS YOUR GUIDE TO A WEEKEND OF UNADULTERATED NOSTALGIA — BOTH ON AND OFF THE FAMOUS TRACK Ills THE ULTIMATE IN MOTOR RACING TIME TRAVEL. Over the weekend of September 6-8, Goodwood race circuit winds the clock back 40 years and more to a golden era. But this is more than a series of races...

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Simon Taylor

Time was when an ambitious young driver could slide into F1 almost unnoticed, develop his skills quietly and rise towards the top at his own pace. But today it's all about the glare of the media. No longer is Fl the preserve of specialist magazines: every tabloid, every broadsheet has its motor racing writer. TV terrestrial, cable and satellite, radio local and national, all know that F1 news is...

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Goodwood Revival

Pure bliss… Once again, the world's greatest historic race meeting blended thrills, spills, glamour and excitement over a heady three days Words: Robert Stride. Photography: Ian Fraser That delicious moment when, on a perfect September morning in 1998, we were wrenched back in time by the Time Lords, and the March Lord, is now itself a piece of history. But the magic has not waned. This...

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