Articles tagged Johnny Herbert

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Who is

• 14 Tatore.9 lie is the mystery man of Formula One, yet behind the scenes he has the car of the leaders sign and wields ificant power. But... if it knows anything at all of him, the general public is more cognisant of events around him than it is of the personality of Flavio Briatore. Last year he made national newspaper headlines when at 3. I 7am on Wednesday February 10 a bomb blew away part...

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The Motor Sport Month - Formula 1 & BTCC News

Unrest within FOTAThe unity of the Formula One Teams' Association has come under threat after it was suggested that Red Bull Racing did not comply with the Resource Restriction Agreement last year. Christian Horner has denied that the team did anything that conflicted with the RRA, pointing out that Red Bull was also accused of technical infringements but that FIA investigations came to nothing....

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An offer he culdn't refuse

In 1988 Steve Sydenham gave up banging his head against a brick wall and reluctantly folded Racing for Britain. Now he wants to bang his head again Remember Racing for Britain, the innovative scheme launched back in 1981 with the express aim of helping British drivers into F1? It started out as a brave new dream, and ended in acrimony and a near nervous breakdown for the man behind it, Steve...

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Modern Times

For most of the season, each Formula One team is in a constant state of double-focus. It has to concentrate on this week's race; and it has to be working just as hard on the challenge of next season. From mid-year the designers will already be conceiving the new car, and if too many resources are devoted to staying competitive from Silverstone onwards, there is a danger in of arriving in...

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Never Mind The Quantity

The Le Mans 24 Hours was, after all, a success if measured as a sporting event, though a financial failure for the Automobile Club de l'Ouest. Next year's race will not be submitted to FISA for the Sportscar World Championship, and since Jean-Marie Balestre (president of the FIA and of the French Federation) has done a complete backflip and given the ACO his support, it seems unlikely that FISA...

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Williams the conqueror

Eurosport F1 commentator and FF1600 and F2 racer Allard Kalff takes us behind the wheel of the World Championship-winning FW15C Okay, so the contract for 1994 may not be in the post, but when I got the chance to drive the championship-winning Williams I really wanted to make a good impression. After my first five laps, I rolled to a halt and lifted my visor. The guys came running up to me, and I...

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BRDC Gold Star

Points as at June 22, 2009 1. Jenson Button Formula 1 185pts Despite finishing ‘only’ sixth at the British Grand Prix, Button has taken the lead from Adam Carroll, since the Irishman’s racing exploits have come to an end after the A1GP season. Unless Mark Webber can start beating him – never mind team-mate Vettel – it’s hard to see anyone else challenging the man from Frome. 2. Adam Carroll...

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The month in MOTOR SPORT

Dec 11: Speculation that Sauber may continue to run in the SWC is heightened when both a C11 and a C291 are seen testing at Paul Ricard. Dec 12: The latest round of F1 testing concludes in Barcelona. Riccardo Patrese emerges quickest after three rain-blighted days. Nigel Mansell and Damon Hill also go well for the Didcot team, while Martin Brundle shows well for Benetton. Aguri Suzuki has his...

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The right stuff

The annual Revival is justifiably promoted as a magical step back in time. In case you’ve never been, here’s why By Robert Stride The important thing about the Goodwood Revival is to get the point, and understand what Lord March is trying to do with this extraordinary event. It is not a historic motor racing meeting, it is an eclectic collection of happenings designed to entertain, to bring a bit...

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Around the houses

News from the main auction houses around the world H&H SALE On September 21 H&H hosted a sale at the Imperial War Museum and sold various interesting lots. One of which was the ex-Hubert Patthey, Ecurie des Trois Chevrons 1956 AC Ace Bristol. Patthey entered the car in the laboriously-named Grand Prix Suisse de la Montagne 011on-Villars Course International de Cote in 1956 soon after...

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