Articles tagged Luciano Benetton

Page 10 of September 1996 archive issue thumbnail Page 10, September 1996

Fears Of A Clown

One of the old guard who should move over for youth, or the finest unfulfilled talent of his generation? Mark Skewis takes a look at Johnny Herbert's F1 career. Of the ridiculously small percentage of racing drivers who make it to Formula One, precious few ever win a Grand Prix: fewer still get to achieve that feat in front of their home crowd. Which was why, when Johnny Herbert crossed the...

Page 28 of April 1989 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, April 1989

Interview: Johnny Herbert

Thinking positive Now that the anguish of Brands Hatch last August has subsided, and months of physiotherapy are successfully behind him, Britain's most promising Formula One newcomer is carrying on as if nothing out of the ordinary had happened ... “You have to work for every clay. You I can't relax. Work for them all". Frank Nayler has been a clay pigeon shooting instructor for a long time. If...

Page 19 of November 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, November 1986

Matters of moment

Congratulations This is the time of year when championships are wound up, new cars are launched and prizes are awarded. As we went to press, the World Drivers' Championship was still undecided and will not be resolved until after this issue is on sale. Whether or not Nigel Mansell secures the title, his performances have been good news for British motor racing at every level. The November 1985...

Page 4 of February 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, February 1992

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...

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

Formula One: Italian Grand Prix

Monza:  Well, I have never seen that before have been watching Grand Prix racing pretty regularly since 1948 and this was the first time I had seen a Grand Prix starting grid without a front row! Even more bizarre, the pole-position driver was at the back of the grid and the reigning World Champion was sitting in his spare car in the pit lane. All that, and the red light was on, with the green...

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