Articles tagged Klaus Niedzwiedz

Page 25 of July 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, July 2010

Works M3 prevails at the Nurburgring

The BMW M3 GT2 of World Touring Car Championship drivers Jörg Müller and Augusto Farfus, Peugeot LMP1 driver Pedro Lamy and 1994 Porsche Supercup champion Uwe Alzen won the Nürburgring 24 Hours in May. The works BMW (below) only qualified eighth on the grid, but made the most of the retirements of other cars and held off the Ferrari F430 GTC of Dominik Farnbacher, Allan Simonsen, Lehman Keen and...

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Tin top drivers -- Steve Soper Number 1

And the winner is... a tyre fitter from Harrow. Paul Fearnley assesses the saloon racers' saloon racer, a man who shunned single-seaters and only went 'blue sky' 27 years into his race career... It's all twirling arms and jutting elbows in the hurly-burly of touring cars, right? No room, or need, for style in these saloons of substance. First rolling wreck across the line wins. Simple, but brutal...

Page 38 of October 1988 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, October 1988

European Touring car championship

The Armada repulsed! Silverstone played host to the 52nd running of the Tourist Trophy on September 4, which was also the penultimate round of the European Touring Car Championship. Having won the World Championship for teams last year, and with its prospects looking good for the European title this year, through its official representative the Swiss Eggenberger team, Ford came to the race hoping...

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Spa 1,000 Kms

Lancias getting better    The World Endurance Championship will continue with a clouded future until such time as another manufacturer seriously challenges Porsche, and at Spa-Francorchamps on September 4th the signs were that the Lancia LC2/83 is becoming competitive. A 10-week respite since Le Mans (due to the postponement of the Kyalami event until early December) allowed Lancia's project...

Page 21 of June 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, June 1986


Jaguar ends Porsche success story It took Tom Walkinshaw's Silk Cut Jaguar team just seven races to end four years of Porsche domination in the World Sportscar Championship, and fittingly it was at Silverstone on May 5th that Derek Warwick and Eddie Cheever scored their well-deserved success. The white and mauve car ran perfectly for nearly five hours, at an average of 129.08 mph, to beat Word...

Page 82 of September 2003 archive issue thumbnail Page 82, September 2003

Double Deutsch

Fifteen minutes of fame Eufra: German Formula Three Championship, 1991 In the days before Dallara domination, British chassis tended to rule the F3 roost. But a small team in Germany briefly made a bit impression, as Gary Watkins explains Michael Schumacher, Marc Surer and Klaus Niedzwiedz are all alumni of the little-known Eufra squad from Germany. Yet the marque's day in the sun came some time...



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