Articles tagged Richard Burns

Page 6 of January 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, January 1999

Matters of Moment

Network Q Rally of GT Britain & Coys Historic Extraordinary events in November's Rally of Great Britain led to Tommi Makinen being crowned world champion for the third time, but not before one of the runners in the Coys Historic Rally nearly handed the title to Makinen's rival Carlos Sainz. Oil left by a Hillman Imp on the Millbrook stage forced Makinen into the concrete blocks and out of the...

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The month in MOTOR SPORT

SEPTEMBER15:Peugeot confirms that it will enter F1 in 1994, but declines to nominate a partner for the time being. Larrousse is said to be favourite. 15:Michael Andretti announces that he's to quit F1 forthwith. Mika Hakkinen will partner Ayrton Senna for the final three Grands Prix; Andretti will return to IndyCar racing in 1994, driving one of Chip Ganassi's new Reynards. 15:Chevrolet pulls out...

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Reynolds takes title

Reynolds takes title Julian Reynolds and codriver Patrick Walsh secured the British Historic Rally Championship title on the Colin McRae Stages after a stunning campaign in their Ford Escort Mkl. "It was great to win it on a rally run in Colin's memory," said the Welshman, who was a contemporary of Richard Burns in the Peugeot Challenge. Although his pace has never been in doubt, budget...

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Anthony Peacock

As the boss of his own media agency, Anthony has come a long way in the past decade. This month we asked him to track back 10 years to celebrate the anniversary of Richard Burns' World Rally title, and he came up with a great idea: an emotional road trip with Richard's co-driver Robert Reid, stopping off at key locations related to the late champion's life and career. The story starts on p100.

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The month in Motor Sport

December 14: The Contracts Recognition Board decides that Williams, and not McLaren, has the right to employ David Coulthard in 1995. 14: Michael Schumacher tests a Ligier-Renault at Estoril. Later in the week, the French team allows German F3 champion Jorg Muller and Italian F3000 front-runner Massimiliano Papis to test. Also present in Portugal are Williams, for whom Jules Bouillon impresses...

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McRae of sunshine

As threat of a controversial stages finish evaporated, Britain's rising star completed a deserved victory - the first such home success since 1976 Eighteen years: a long time for a premier British sporting event to be without a British winner. But that is as long as it has taken for a Briton to repeat the feat of Roger Clark, The 1994 Network Q RAC Rally was won in fine style by Scotsmen Colin...

Page 94 of June 1998 archive issue thumbnail Page 94, June 1998

Marathon Man

Andrew Cowan was the greatest long distance rally driver of them all and now runs the best team in rallying. Jeremy Hart met him on the safari to recall his 30 year career at the wheel Like an expectant father pacing up and down the maternity ward, Andrew Cowan's face bore the agony and suppressed thrill of imminent joy. 'Marathon Man', Britain's most successful long distance rally driver, was at...

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THE THIRD MAN

he Toyota got the win it wanted in Kenya, but not from the anticipated source in the small hours of the morning, a car climbed the ramp in Nairobi after the first leg of the East African Safari Rally, a near-continuous drive to Dar-es-Salaam in Tanzania and back, spanning some two and a half days. Its red-eyed crew, limbs stiff, shirts, shorts and even skin stained red-brown with either murram...

Page 4 of March 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, March 1992

The month in MOTOR SPORT

Jan 14: Lola unveils the T92/00 Indycar. The first two chassis go to the Hall-VDS and Dick Simon teams respectively. Jan 14: Tom Walkinshaw Racing confirms that it will be supplying cars to Alan Randall's new RM Motorsport team for the 1992 Sportscar World Championship. To satisfy the requirements of sprint events, endurance races and the Le Mans 24 Hours, Randall orders no fewer than eight cars...

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Matters of Moment

Damien Smith, Editor Function is always the priority when it comes to the Motor Sports Association. You only have to visit the British governing body's base to understand this. No austere building in central London, no polished woodwork, chandeliers or imposing portraits of past chairmen: instead, the MSA lives in a nondescript office building on an innocuous industrial estate beside the M25....

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