Articles tagged Enzo Calderari

Page 27 of October 1987 archive issue thumbnail Page 27, October 1987

Torrential TT

Britain's oldest motor race, the Tourist Trophy, produced drama right to the end of its 105-lap distance and, as has often been the case since the event moved to Silverstone, threw up a surprise winning combination. Having run strongly in streaming wet conditions throughout the race, Enzo Calderari and Fabio Mancini guided their BMW M3 past the flag for the penultimate time, just ahead of a...

Page 54 of September 1983 archive issue thumbnail Page 54, September 1983

Jaguar — on the way back

Jaguar is back in motor racing with commitment, and the ultimate goal is success at Le Mans. This was the message that came through clearly when Motor Sport returned to Browns Lane last month to gauge the success of the European Touring Car Championship bid which has been mounted this year by Tom Walkinshaw Racing, with full technical support from Jaguar. With ten of the dozen ETC rounds now...

Page 94 of August 2013 archive issue thumbnail Page 94, August 2013

Lunch with Win Percy

He was already 31 when his career began in earnest, but a late start was no impediment for one of racing's true gents Writer Simon Taylor Analyse the human make-up of successful racing drivers, and you uncover fascinating variety. There'll always be a powerful will to win, of course, although this may manifest itself in differing ways. Plus you'd expect aggression: maybe openly on display, maybe...

Page 34 of June 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, June 1995

99 and counting

It has taken an official pre-qualifying session to whittle down an extraordinary number of Le Mans entries to a manageable level The surge of interest in the ACO's 24 Hours of Le Mans continues. Three years ago, when the event was tied to the mast of the FIA's sinking ship, it attracted a grand total of 28 entries... and production-based GT cars were strictly prohibited. This year the ACO...

Page 38 of July 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, July 1995

Woking back to happiness

Strength in depth enabled McLaren to triumph on the F1 GTR's first visit to La Sarthe Thirteen years ago Porsche's new 956 Group C cars swept to a 1-2-3 result at Le Mans on their debut outing. No manufacturer has come anywhere near crowning that achievement... until now. McLaren Cars of Woking won the 1995 edition of Le Mans outright, claimed the top four positions in the Grand Touring category...


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Ultimate Porsche: The Most Ruthless Racer Ever Built



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