Articles tagged Riccardo Patrese

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FEBRUARY 17: With no opportunity to pursue his F1 career, Olivier Grouillard announces plans to set up his own IndyCar team. The Frenchman plans to start the season in round three, at Long Beach, driving a '92 Lola run by Sal Incandela. 18: Nigel Mansell laps Phoenix International Raceway at sub-record speeds. The previous day, 1992 Indy 500 winner Al Unser Jnr had escaped with a slightly...

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A League of Their Own

We can see they are different - but why? Matthew franey talks to some big players who say that talent alone is not enough. Senna, Fangio, Clark, Schumacher, Prost, Stewart, Mansell. It takes just a few seconds to compile the list. They are the very greats of motor racing, the drivers whose feats separate them from those who, however unwittingly, make up the numbers. Now look at the following list...

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A wind of change

Riccardo Patrese finally scores his first win of the season If the wind hadn't changed direction on Sunday morning, the outcome might have been rather different. Gerhard Berger would most likely have won his second Japanese GP on the trot and McLaren and Honda would have produced just the result the latter sought on its home ground and in its penultimate appearance for the time being. It was thus...

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Formula One: Spanish GP

Invisible man Somewhere in all the controversy, acrimony and infamy that characterised the Spanish Grand Prix, Ayrton Senna racked up his 20th F1 victory and McLaren International overtook Team Lotus International to lie second to Ferrari in the all-time wins ratings, 80 to 97. Those statistics went rather unnoticed, however, but one that didn't was Senna's 40th pole position. The Brazilian's...



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