Articles tagged Jacky

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Looking back with Paul Frere

Just occasionally, to keep a sense of perspective over the subject about which they are writing, motoring journalists try their hand at active motor ,racing. Some in recent years have achieved a fair degree of prowess in saloon car racing categories (including one of our number at Standard House) while others have contented themselves to "dip their feet" from time to time, usually retiring a...

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Nigel Roebuck

Legends The rain masters Wet tracks have allowed outrageously talented drivers like Moss and Villeneuve to demonstrate all their remarkable skill If ever you needed proof that grip is the enemy of racing, last year’s Hungarian Grand Prix provided it. Ever since the first race at the Hungaroring, back in 1986, the circuit has been regarded as the dreariest in Formula 1, devoid of challenging...

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Obituary – Paul Frère

Paul Frère, who has died aged 91, was the most accomplished journalist racing driver since Sammy Davis. As well as technical writing and road and track testing, Frère was a Grand Prix driver and eight-time Le Mans entrant, culminating in a win at the French classic in 1960 with Olivier Gendebien. Alfred Neubauer invited him into the 1954 Mercedes Le Mans squad (the car was not ready in time),...

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Berger buys share in F1 team Austrian re-enters grand prix arena after taking new role in Scuderia Toro Rosso. But controversy awaits over its use of V10 engines against the V8 opposition Multiple grand prix winner Gerhard Berger has returned to a Formula One role two years earlier than planned — as the new co-owner of Scuderia Toro Rosso. The Austrian, who retired from F1 driving at the end of...

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It was 40 years ago today

Believe it or not, our Editor-in-Chief's first reporting job was at the 1971 Spanish Grand Prix. There followed a memorable season the first of many... By the spring of 1971 things were starting to get a little desperate. Since leaving school six years earlier I had worked in industry and hated every second of it, to the point that the previous summer I had resigned from my job, reasoning that...

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Targa Florio

Surprise Porsche win After fifty-six editions of the arduous Targa Florio, Sicily's Piccolo Madonie road circuit hosted what was touted as being the very last race over the open roads early in May. Next year, the CSI have not allowed it to be included in the International Calendar, the powers that be having run out of events to get excited about banning, and thus been forced to turn their...

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Peugeot's Paris - Dakar toss-up

Ari Vatanen won the eleventh Paris-Dakar rally raid for Peugeot on January 13, on the toss of a ten-franc coin! After rolling his 405 T16 during the Prologue in Barcelona on December 26 and falling behind, Vatanen had been reeling in leader Jacky Ickx's similar car throughout the 7000-mile trek across Tunisia, Libya, Niger, Mali, Guinea and Senegal. With the French team dominating, but the Finn...

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The Long & Winding Road

For fifty years Porsche has sought to conquer nearly every motor sport discipline there is. Usually it succeeded. Gavin Conway is your guide. The clues to greatness were there to be seen, even in that first car. Professor Ferdinand Porsche's passion for motorsport rivalled even that of Enzo Ferrari, and when he and his son Ferry created the first Porsche road car, motorsport would gain one of its...

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Road impressions: Vegantune Evante

"Evante" means progress! One thing George Robinson can be congratulated upon is the choice of name. "Evante" does not actually mean anything in French so it does not have to compete with "Elan", but it has an evocative Latinate sound, like "avanti" — go! Another thing the Lincolnshire constructor deserves high praise for is the car itself, a wonderful reincarnation of Colin Chapman's best-loved...


November 2019
Ultimate Porsche: The Most Ruthless Racer Ever Built



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