Articles tagged Riccardo Patrese

Page 14 of May 1990 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, May 1990

The Season Underway

Now that we have had the first two races of the 1990 Formula One World Championship season we can take stock of reality and forget the rumours and surmise of the past winter. At the front nothing has changed much from last year, McLaren-Honda, Ferrari and Williams-Renault are setting the pace once again, with the same six drivers at the top, but slightly shuffled about as regards teams and...

Page 44 of January 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 44, January 1999

Five Go Mad in Monaco

The Forgotten Races - 1982 Monaco Grand Prix Five drivers all snatched defeat from the jaws of victory...but one of them gained a reprieve. Adam Cooper reports The 1982 Monaco GP is not remembered for a thrilling battle, or one particular drive. It claims a place in the history books thanks to the extraordinary happenings of the closing laps. It seemed that the destination of the winner's trophy...

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Mansell joins GP Masters field

'Our Nige'  to take on Prost, Patrese, Jones and Arnoux -- again! The Grand Prix Masters series for Formula One's 'senior citizens' has received a massive boost with the signing up of Nigel Mansell for the first race at Kyalami in November. The 1992 World Champion will line up alongside fellow Williams legend Alan Jones, former teammate Riccardo Patrese, two-time champion Emerson Fittipaldi and...

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Goodwood festival fo speed review

In just eight years, the Goodwood festival of Speed has become the biggest historic motorsport event in the world. The annual festival on the drive of Goodwood House in Sussex is a huge celebration of the sport, spanning every conceivable era. Last year more than 100,000 fans visited the event, taking the unique opportunity to get close to the stars and cars. Held over July 6-8, it regularly...

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Soak opera

At Donington Park in 1993, the world witnessed one of the greatest wet weather drives the sport has ever seen. Ayrton Senna wasn’t bad either… By Rob Widdows The European Grand Prix at Donington Park in 1993 was one of those races. Whenever conversations about ‘great moments’ come up it’s rare for that weekend not to be mentioned. For racing fans, this one makes the all-time top 10. Invariably,...

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Goodwood Festival of Speed

‘Spark of Genius’ banner unites ingenuity and talent at 2007 event Brooklands and Bonneville will be central themes at the Goodwood Festival of Speed on June 22-24. It’s 100 years since the first purpose-buillt racing circuit opened, and Brooklands greats, including the Napier-Railton and Guinness V12 Sunbeam, will be in action on the hill. A fabulous array of record breakers is promised for a (...

Page 28 of March 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, March 1981

Daytona 24 Hours

The United States of America, so the experts say, is the place to visit. It is exceptionally cheap to get there, cheap whilst you are actually there, and there is a whole new world to see. For the motorist there are new rules to grasp, new cars to experience, and stunningly boring and strictly enforced speed limits. Roads wider than the M4, and straighter, are limited to 55 miles an hour. So, if...

Page 29 of August 2012 archive issue thumbnail Page 29, August 2012


– Chris Amon on why St Jovite was his favourite track – Lewis Hamilton returns to his winning ways – The tackiness of the Monaco Grand Prix – Remembering ‘a damn good pro’, Roy Salvadori St Jovite. I remember years ago talking to Chris Amon about his favourite tracks, and being a touch surprised that he included this place two hours to the north of Montréal. Thinking about it now, though, I might...

Page 13 of April 1994 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, April 1994

Who is

• 14 Tatore.9 lie is the mystery man of Formula One, yet behind the scenes he has the car of the leaders sign and wields ificant power. But... if it knows anything at all of him, the general public is more cognisant of events around him than it is of the personality of Flavio Briatore. Last year he made national newspaper headlines when at 3. I 7am on Wednesday February 10 a bomb blew away part...

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Mansell's perfect ride

20 years ago, Williams hit a level of performance never seen before in F1 with a car that finally nailed the complexities of active suspension. And an inspired Nigel Mansell made the most of it By Patrick Head The initiation of FW14B goes back to the winter of 1984 when we were approached by AP, with whom we worked closely on brakes and clutches. They had been developing an active-ride system for...



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