Articles tagged Jean-Claude Andruet

Page 89 of September 2009 archive issue thumbnail Page 89, September 2009

Rallying’s Cyrano de Bergerac

The big-nosed and poorly conceived Citroën BX 4TC is one of rallying’s least successful cars. But it still deserves its place in Group B WRC history By Martyn Morgan Jones Citroën’s Group B challenger, the BX 4TC Evolution, has earned a place in history – regrettably for all the wrong reasons. It doesn’t matter whose opinion you canvas, the general consensus is that this car was a flop....

Page 136 of November 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 136, November 2010

Talent tested on grand tour

The Tour de France Automobile lured drivers from all disciplines – including a future FIA president – as well as some unique cars Over recent years, it occurs to me that the finest pound-for-pound competition driver in harness today isn’t a Formula 1 star. I know he has perhaps been favoured by the car he drives, but that does nothing to minimise the gut-quaking hazards that the modern World...

Page 33 of March 1973 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, March 1973

Rally review

Monte Carlo Rally "IF YOU DON'T play the game my way, I'll take my ball away," So is it occasionally with youngsters whose immature minds are incapable of -appreciating the significance of playing for playing's sake and whose only concern is to achieve a desired result no matter what the path to that result might Iv. So seemed it also to have been with a group of competitors in the Monte Carlo...

Page 51 of May 1983 archive issue thumbnail Page 51, May 1983

Interview: Michèle Mouton

First lady of rallying There is no doubt that Michèle Mouton has had as much impact on international rallying as the car she drives. Some would suggest her involvement is even more meaningful. Certainly there hasn't been a woman as capable as Michèle of taking on, and beating, the men at their own game since Pat Moss. And even the legendary Mrs. Carlsson never managed to win as many premier...

Page 43 of September 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 43, September 1981

Spa 24 Hours

The 1981 24 Heures de Francorchamps will he remembered for its relatively incident free progress and a superb battle for the lead which went on all through the night and into Sunday afternoon. The weather certainly had a lot to do with keeping accidents to a minimum as, although wet for the first couple of hours, the night was dry and visibility good. Sunday morning dawned rather grey and...



December 2019
Ford vs Ferrari: The Le Mans '66 Film Special



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