Articles tagged Jaguar Sport

Page 33 of September 1988 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, September 1988

Musical Chairs

In the 1950s it was quite common for a Grand Prix car to be handed over to the team leader midway through a race so he could collect a higher quota of points, but the FIA sensibly put a stop to the practice, not least because it was thoroughly confusing for the spectators. Working the system came back into fashion in the 1970s, when Georg Loos and the Kremer brothers were locked in combat for...

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