Articles tagged David Andrews

Page 31 of January 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, January 1986


Tom Walkinshaw's Jaguar XJR-6 sportscar team has achieved much in the space of four months, and earned its best result in Selangor, Malaysia on December 1 when Mike Thackwell, John Nielsen and Jan Lammers finished second overall, on the same lap as the Rothmans-Porsche 962C of winners Jacky lckx and Jochen Mass. Other than two or three minor setbacks during practice, usually attributable to the...

Page 18 of October 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, October 1986

World Sportscar Championship: Nürburgring 1000kms

First win for Kouros Sauber-Mercedes The turbocharged, Mercedes V8-powered Kouros Sauber earned its first success in the World Sportscar Championship at the Nürburgring on August 24, Mike Thackwell having dominated proceedings with the help of Henri Pescarolo. Though the results reveal that Rothmans-Porsche and Silk Cut Jaguar lost all their cars it wasn't a hollow victory, for in dreadful...

Page 42 of November 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 42, November 1986

World Sportscar Championship -- Fuji 1000kms

Champions for two hours! For two hours it seemed that the Silk Cut Jaguar team, and Derek Warwick, had done the impossible. By finishing second in the Fuji 1,000 Kilometres race, final round of the 1986 World Sportscar Championship, they'd deprived Rothmans-Porsche, Derek Bell and Hans Stuck of their titles...or had they? Tom Walkinshaw looked concerned as Warwick was garlanded and interviewed,...

Page 107 of January 2009 archive issue thumbnail Page 107, January 2009

Peterson's Tecno to race again

The 1-litre Formula 3 Tecno owned and raced in period by Ronnie Peterson is due to return to the track in 2009 in the hands of veteran pilot Peter St Barbe. The chassis is thought to be the one used by Peterson to win the 1968 Swedish F3 title. It was then used in Britain the following season, while his 1969 chassis was run in international races. Later raced by David Andrews of Lucas, the Tecno...

Page 71 of October 1993 archive issue thumbnail Page 71, October 1993

Caracciola Wins Klausen Hillclimb

The Klausen Rennen Memorial, promoted by the Automobil Club Glarus und Uri, took place in Switzerland on 24th-25th July. Over 450 pre-war cars and motorcycles took part, and 40,000 people came to watch. It was an against-the-clock event, with competitors attempting to cross the finish line, 3800ft, 21.5km and 135 bends above the start, within a set time. For the racing car classes that time was...

Page 68 of April 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 68, April 2004

Tiga economy

Although swamped by the spectacle of the factory Jaguars and Porsches slugging it out at the front, the semi-pros and the amateurs back in the pack were fighting tooth and nail for Group C2 honours in the 1980s. Paul Fearnley pays his respects to these unsung heroes. Lived in. Duncan Bain was here. So were: David Andrews, Michael Hall, Pierre Chauvet (aka Fritz Glatz), Max Cohen-Olivar, Giles...


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