Articles tagged Johnny Herbert

Page 26 of June 1989 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, June 1989

Formula One: Monaco GP

Sweet sixteen for Senna The bald facts say that Ayrton Senna pulverised his opposition to win his 16th Grand Prix in Monaco. That he won going away in a crisp style which exorcised the ghost of 1988, when he had led comfortably only to slide into the barrier at Portier following a momentary lapse of concentration. As usual, however, the bald facts tell only part of the story. The one that...

Page 58 of January 2012 archive issue thumbnail Page 58, January 2012

Endangered species

The risk of dusting off this irreplaceable Le Mans winner for a 20th anniversary test run terrified the men at Mazda. But their fear couldn’t quench the fun for our lucky driver By Sam Hancock If I tell you not to think of an elephant, what do you do? If I then repeat myself and suggest – this time more sternly – that you really ought not to think of a giant grey elephant with its long trunk,...

Page 16 of December 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, December 1995

How the war was won

Why Benetton has broken the Williams/McLaren stranglehold on the Constructors' series. There has been just one glaring flaw in Benetton's planning this season: no venue had been organised for the celebrations which accompanied the clinching of its two F1 crowns. Instead it was Williams which appeared to have arrived at the Japanese Grand Prix with a hangover. At the end of a long campaign, Suzuka...

Page 42 of June 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 42, June 2001

The Scream that got the Cat

Does the sound of the Shrill rotary engine haunt Tom Walkinshaw? Mazda's 1991 defeat of the overweight Jaguars and fragile Sauber-Mercedes was a classic. Adam Cooper saw it all The finish of Le Mans is always a great occasion, but this one is special. The little greenand-orange Mazda has humiliated the mighty Sauber-Mercedes and Jaguar teams, not to mention ambitious newcomers Peugeot. Until now...

Page 22 of October 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, October 1995

Italian Grand Prix

Italian Grand Prix - Monza, 10 September 1995, 53 laps of 3.604 mile circuit (191.012 miles) 1: Johnny Herbert - Benetton B195-Renault V10 - 1h 18m 27.916s 2: Mika Hakkinen - McLaren MP4/10-Mercedes V10 - 1h 18m 45.695s 3: Heinz-Harald Frentzen - Sauber C14-Ford Zetec-R V8 - 1h 18m 52.237s 4: Mark Blundell - McLaren MP4/10 - 1h 18m 56.139s 5: Mika Salo - Tyrrell 023-Yamaha V10 - 52 laps 6: J-C...

Page 74 of April 2012 archive issue thumbnail Page 74, April 2012

An Audi with a roof? Put a lid on it...

Bentley conquered Le Mans all over again in 2003 with this stunning Speed 8. Just don’t suggest it’s a German car in disguise… Unalloyed triumphs are rare events. With almost every victory comes a tinge of regret, a sense not just of a job well done, but ways in which it could have been done even better. Bentley’s successful three-year campaign to win the Le Mans 24 Hours at the start of this...

Page 12 of September 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 12, September 1999

Modern times

When, back in July, Michael Schumacher telescoped his Ferrari into the tyre wall at Stowe, we knew at once that things would be different for a while. As the Silverstone grid formed up for the restart Ross Brawn was left to mind the shop, while Jean Todt went with his injured No 1 in the helicopter to see how much damage had been done to Ferrari's World Championship challenge. The answer was, not...

Page 4 of December 1994 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, December 1994

DIARY

October 18: Opel rocks the German Touring Car scene by poaching reigning champion Klaus Ludwig from Mercedes. He will partner Keke Rosberg in the Finn’s brand-new Opel Team Rosberg next season. 19: Taki Inoue tests a Simtek S941 at Barcelona. Though his F3000 team-mate Vincenzo Sospiri records a faster lap, Inoue is confirmed as partner for David Brabham in his home Japanese GP, becoming the...

Page 4 of December 1993 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, December 1993

The month in Motor Sport

OCTOBER 13: The FIA's World Motor Sports Council ratifies changes to F1 technology, though no official regulations are forthcoming. As expected, traction control and other driver 'aids' are to be banned, while refuelling is made permissible once again. An F1 calendar is also issued. This includes Argentine and Pacific Grands Prix, at circuits which have still to be confirmed. South Africa and...

Page 28 of August 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, August 1995

Collision course

Why did the Hill-Schumacher crash occur? When the stewards debated the punishment they should mete out to Damon Hill and Michael Schumacher for the collision which was the talking point of the British Grand Prix, they would have been well-advised to remember that it's not the done thing to shoot the messenger. For in some respects that's exactly what the title protagonists were. Their tangle was...

Pages

LATEST ISSUE

January 2020
Racing Rivalries: The 25 most explosive battles between drivers, teams, cars... and families.
 

SUBSCRIBE

NEWSLETTERS

Sign up to our newsletters
The latest news, straight to your inbox – click below to sign up to the newsletter list.

SIGN UP

THE APP

The Motor Sport App
Carry Motor Sport with you, wherever you go. On iOS, Android and Kindle.

DOWNLOAD

Noticed a mistake on this page?

Tell Us About It