Articles tagged Justin Wilson

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There must be easier ways to win a watch...

A gold Rolex: that’s the prize these British aces crave when they abandon the winter chill and head to Florida for the Daytona 24 Hours. But what else makes this enduro such an irresistible draw? The Brits are back in town. They’re over here, overjoyed, and ready to run one of the truly great races. They like the weather here too, down on the beach at Daytona. But it’s not the prospect of rays...

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BRDC Gold Star

Points as of July 20, 2009 1. Jenson Button Formula 1 194pts 2. Adam Carroll A1GP 174pts 3. Rob Huff WTCC 136pts Huff is one of the big movers this month with a haul of 42 points. After two strong rounds in Portugal and Britain, where he picked up two second places and two sixths, he has moved from fifth to third in the BRDC standings and from seventh to fifth in the WTCC table, 28 points...

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Modern times

Simon Taylor Two European rounds so far in this year's world championship, and two Fenari victories. The trio of season-opening flyaway races gave us lots of topsy-turvy excitement and, once the Brazil timesheets had been disentangled, three different winners. But has F1 now settled back into the same old groove of Ferrari domination? Not necessarily. M. Schumacher delivered a pole/victory/...

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Bobby Rahal

First, make the start This is a really hectic period for me. By the time you read this we’ll be just a couple of weeks away from our first race in our new historic series, when we’ll be at the Barber Motorsports Park in Alabama on the weekend of May 21-23. Boy, it’s hard work launching a series, especially historics in the USA where we haven’t had the passion for it like there is in Europe. But I...

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Newman/Haas: the final scene?

It’s been a long-running and heroic story, but the ‘Williams of IndyCar’ has taken its last bow, leaving a gap in US pitlanes The sad news came on December 1, 2011 that Newman/Haas Racing would not compete in IndyCar in 2012. Like Williams in Formula 1, Newman/Haas in 2011 was a pale shadow of its glory days when it set the standard that all Indycar teams wanted to match – including Team Penske...

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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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Simon Taylor

Here in Britain, a wave of patriotic indignation greeted the news that Justin Wilson had lost his seat in the budget-challenged Jaguar F1 team. This, said the gossip, was in order to admit some unknown Austrian youth with an earring, who was buying his drive for many millions of dollars. Ultimate proof, surely, that Fl is all about money, and nothing else. One lounge bar cynic told me he had it...

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