Articles tagged Nelson Mandela

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1990s

An era of collisions, whether on track, as Senna and Schumacher come through, or in boardrooms as Max and Bernie carve up the sportBy Maurice Hamilton May 1, 1994. This date whacked an unsuspecting younger generation around the head in the same way that the death of Jim Clark on April 7, 1968, had stunned their forefathers. In a period when a leading driver seemed to be killed every month, it was...

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A handful of dust

There is some talk of a new street rating circuit in Cape Town. If it happens, it will be far removed in character from the region's old Pollsmoor track, scene of the 1937 Grosvenor Grand Prix… South Africa's 21 post-war Grands Prix counting towards the world championship – three at East London and 18 at Kyalami – have been well documented. What is less well known is that a trek by pre-war racing...

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1960s

Clark and Lotus define an era of brilliant innovation and driving skill. But it is also a deadly decade, prompting Stewart to begin his safety crusadeBy Eoin Young Formula 1 changed forever during the 1960s, as did the world. Front engines were finally phased out. Enzo Ferrari finished with his heroic front-engined cars at the end of the 1960 season – and immediately snatched the world title in ’...

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