Articles tagged Paul Ricard

Page 139 of December 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 139, December 2011

Parting Shot

French Grand Prix, Paul Ricard, July 1, 1973 Roughly half the grid turned out for this photo op, including (from left) George Follmer, Wilson and Emerson Filtipaldi, Carlos Reutemann, Denny Hulme, Jackie Oliver, race winner Ronnie Peterson, Arturo Merzario, Andrea de Adamich, Jody Scheckter, Jackie Stewart, François Cevert and Graham Hill. To buy this photo or other classic motor racing shots,...

Page 50 of May 2013 archive issue thumbnail Page 50, May 2013

Nigel Roebuck

Australian rain recalls Prost's bold action at Adelaide 24 years back, while Raikkonen's "easy" win highlights the contrast between the dour Finn and an innocent Chris Amon "Kimi can do some good things this year," said Anthony Davidson as we talked through the forthcoming Formula 1 season. "In fact, I reckon Lotus could be the dark horse of 2013..." Melbourne is always said to be an atypical...

Page 54 of March 1973 archive issue thumbnail Page 54, March 1973

Argentine Grand Prix

Lotus win a classic race BUENOS AIRES January 28th. THE 1973 Grand Prix racing season opened, despite all the recent squabbling, with a classic contest at Buenos Aires Municipal Autodrome in late January. It was the kind of battle packed with intrigue and excitement, which surely made every one of the 100,000 plus spectators resolve to come again next year. Isn't that what motoring racing is all...

Page 10 of April 1993 archive issue thumbnail Page 10, April 1993

Just Williams

Kyalami marked Alain Prost's first F1 race since Suzuka 1991. If anybody thought a short sabbatical might take the edge of his racecraft, the Frenchman's polished performance in South Africa quickly set the record straight... "I was very demotivated over the last few weeks. There were a lot of things: the big crash in Estoril, then I was sick for two or three weeks. With this FISA case hanging...

Page 92 of July 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 92, July 2001

Lost in France

The one that got away Ivan Capelli 1990 french Grand Prix one can only speculate what path Ivan Capelles career might have followed had he won at Paul Ricard. He tells Adam Cooper how it felt to come so close to victory At the 1990 French GP, Ivan Capelli was within three laps of one of the biggest upsets in the sport's long history but, as is so often the case in such unexpected situations, he...

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