Articles tagged David Steel

Page 26 of February 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, February 1992

Marathon multiplicity

Rallying, so goes the story which we have occasionally retold, began to evolve when enthusiasts of the motor car sought more from its sporting potential than just getting from one place to another in the least possible time. Many felt that their competitive appetites would not be satisfied without a strong lacing of adventure. For them, circuit racing was far too repetitive, even to the point of...

Page 62 of March 1996 archive issue thumbnail Page 62, March 1996

Chilly Monte Challenge

Early February saw the seventh running of the Monte Carlo challenge, organised by the Classic Rally Association, aka Philip Young and Peter Browning, with start points from Oslo, Bristol, Noordwijk and St Moritz. A 160 strong entry spanned the 1911 A L F (Edi Schomo and Roman Schlommer), a St Moritz starter which looked like yet another reincarnation of the American La France fire-engine, to a...

Page 4 of April 1993 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, April 1993

FEBRUARY

FEBRUARY 17: With no opportunity to pursue his F1 career, Olivier Grouillard announces plans to set up his own IndyCar team. The Frenchman plans to start the season in round three, at Long Beach, driving a '92 Lola run by Sal Incandela. 18: Nigel Mansell laps Phoenix International Raceway at sub-record speeds. The previous day, 1992 Indy 500 winner Al Unser Jnr had escaped with a slightly...

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