Articles tagged Osamu Goto

Page 52 of January 1990 archive issue thumbnail Page 52, January 1990


LETTER TO READERS DEAR Reader There are some strange people who do not like the Honda Motor Company of Tokyo, mainly because they are so successful in Formula One and keep on winning. From outside, the change from 172-litre turbocharger V6 in 1988 to normally aspirated 3 -litre V10, was hardly noticeable. It was the Honda-powered McLarens which set the pace throughout 1989, winning 10 of the 16...

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Rossi fights to keep M1 advantage

Valentino Rossi has had a busy few weeks of hopping back and forth between two wheels and four. In between having another go in a Ferrari F1 car (just for fun, he insisted) and driving a Ford Focus in Rally GB, the motor sport all-rounder set the fastest times at the final MotoGP test of 2008. Last season Rossi had the best bike in MotoGP, after two years during which his YZR-M1 was cursed with...

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Alain Prost

Alain Prost An interview with the new World Champion pIERGUIDO CasteIli wasn't remotely interested in the scene outside the technical centre. The excited babble of 200 anxious pressmen and photographers at the gates of Fiorano left him cold. Alain Prost was about to have his first run in a Ferrari, but CasteIli had no intention of watching the run itself. Instead, he was off to watch the...

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McLaren-onda 1989 Constructor's Champion

McLaren-Honda 1989 Constructor's Champion ATEAM that won ten out of the sixteen races in the 1989 World Championship series should be fairly contented, and there are some teams that would have been deliriously happy to have achieved such a result. To the Mclaren International team the 1989 season was a bit of a disaster, not from the point of view of the overall result, but more by the way it was...

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Mat Oxley – MotoGP

Italy’s other red star Ducati is a remarkable company. It builds just 40,000 bikes each year and yet it can humble the combined might of the Japanese industry in motorcycling’s biggest race series. The little Italian marque’s domination of last year’s MotoGP World Championship was undoubtedly its greatest success in six decades of existence, cementing the legend that it is the ‘Ferrari of...

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Insight -- Renault's F1 challenge

Defending European Honour Patrick Faure, Bernard Didot and Renault Sport underpin Williams Grand Prix Engineering to wave the Western flag in the battle against Honda. * * * "We have to be World Champions within two years." With that direct statement Patrick Faure chose to interpret the game rules laid out by Raymond Levy, the President of Regie Renault, when the company made the decision...


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