Articles tagged Ignacio Sunsundegui

Page 7 of August 1997 archive issue thumbnail Page 7, August 1997


Len Bailey Len Bailey, whose DFVpowered JW Automotive Gulf Mirage G R8 design won the 1975 Le Mans 24 Hours in the hands of Derek Bell and Jacky Ickx, died on June 23, aged 68. An influential figure in Ford sportscar circles '60s, Bailey developed the GT40. JW's evolution of the car won Le Mans in 1968 with Rodriguez/ Bianchi and 1969 with Ickx and Oliver. Bailey's sleek Ford F3L, built around...

Page 75 of November 1993 archive issue thumbnail Page 75, November 1993

Marrakesh express

Driving a David Sutton-prepared Lotus Cortina, Spaniard Ignacio Sunsundegui and Briton Dave Nicholson overcame gearbox problems to score a convincing win on the 6th Classic Marathon to Marrakesh. Irishman Frank Fennell, partnered by Colin Francis, took his Volvo 122S to second spot, Ron Gammons having crashed out on the final day. The organisers took a few risks, not only shifting the event from...

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...


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