Articles tagged Jeff Krosnoff

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LE MANS 24 HOURS

The Porsche factory was successful at Le Mans every year between 1981 and 1987, a run finally ended by Jaguar, and it has taken the Zuffenhausen company seven years to return to the ACO's podium. Porsche's 13th Le Mans victory was achieved on June 19 by Yannick Dalmas, Hurley Haywood and Mauro Baldi in a Dauer 962LM Porsche running in the Grand Touring category, and they were a single lap ahead...

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Different Class

While the Indy Racing League stumbles uncertainly into life, David Phillips contends that things have never looked better for the CART/PPG World Series How times change. For years critics of IndyCar have lambasted the PPG Indy Car Series for courting casual fans at temporary circuits while real fans and permanent race tracks withered on the vine. Last month, the new Indy Racing League, conceived...

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Nissan takes charge

The Japanese advanced on Le Mans, scaled the walls and conquered the 24 Hours. After that, Daytona was a doddle! Nissan's NISMO team ran a comprehensive test on the steep, 220 mph bankings last year but withdrew their entries on account of the Gulf war. All the data was checked exhaustively and the R91CP was perfectly prepared for this year's race, enabling the all-Japanese crew to dominate the...

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Stark Reminders

It has been a bleak month for motorsport. While the British Grand Prix occupied most of the headlines in the middle of July, the small print made for harrowing reading. In Canada, popular American Jeff Krosnoff died after a violent accident towards the end of the Toronto lndycar race; a marshal also perished in the incident. In Austria, two race officials were injured, one critically, when a...

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Vasser Lean?

David Phillips delves into an Indycar title chase which has seen the runaway leader stall and a plethora of rivals make up ground in recent weeks Just two months ago, these pages all but crowned Jimmy Vasser as 1996 PPG IndyCar World Series Champion and that was before he won the US 500 to make it four victories from the season's first six races. Much has happened since then, little of it good...

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Sard luck story

Brought together tragic circumstance, the Sard team deserved a fairy tale result. Eddie Irvine tells Adam Cooper of two sad losses Eddie Irvine is now in his 20th season of racing, and there have been a lot of near misses during that career. One that still rankles is the 1999 British Grand Prix, a win that might have contributed to a world championship title. "I should have won, but it went wrong...

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Lunch with... Stefan Johansson

He drove for both Ferrari and McLaren in Formula 1, starred in Champ Car and won Le Mans. But for this cultured Swede, there’s more to life than motor racing He’s had a lifetime of racing whatever he could get, grabbing any opportunity, rolling with the punches when it went wrong, and never losing his laid-back, good-humoured approach. Having started with karts as a pre-teen, he’s still getting...

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