Articles tagged Rickard Rydell

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Silverstone Classic magic moments

Over 1000 entries shared across a plethora of categories helps make the Classic one of the world's biggest historic racing events It seems to get bigger and better every year, and this season the Silverstone Classic proved yet again that it has lost none of its ability to create memorable headlines. With Rickard Rydell returning to his BTCC-winning Volvo S40 for the first time in nearly two...

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In the hot seat - Anthony Reid

His sponsor hoodwinked Saab into going F3 but he might have come out of it OK if he'd been Brazilian, especially as he's always kept a lookout for antelopes on the apex You beat Jacques Villeneuve, Tom Kristensen and Rickard Rydell to win the1992 Japanese F3 title. How come they made it much further than you? Nick Hollis, Derbyshire I don't think Rickard made it much further than I did — apart...

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Real estate?

Almost 10 years on from its triumphant escapades in the defunct European Touring Car Championship, Volvo is coming back to the sport.The Swedish company's return is not without imagination . . . Tom Walkinshaw is not a man you'd choose as a poker opponent. The Scot, head of a vast business empire that includes motor racing preparation specialist TWR, gives little away when you're questioning him...

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The month in Motor Sport

June 21: Allan McNish's Paul Stewart Racing-run F3000 Reynard sets the fastest time in the one-day test at Monza. 22: Lola wins the contract to supply the chassis for the F3000 replacement formula in 1996. Which company will provide the engine remains a closely-guarded secret. 23: Japanese driver Hideki Noda is seen with the Pacific team at Silverstone, and is expected to drive for it at the...

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Interview: Eddie Jordan

"I believe. . ." Eddie Jordan is one of those Irishmen who has kissed the Blarney Stone, but the fact that he has managed to climb the greasy motor racing pole quite as quickly as he has shows he is also a tough cookie. A banker by profession, although a racer by inclination even after hanging up his own helmet in 1980 to form his own Formula Three team, he understands just what makes the world...

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Consistency Pays

If you drive for Williams you are expected to win races and challenge for championships. So when it was announced that this famous Formula One team would run the Renault Lagunas in the 1995 British Touring Car Championship, most of the people who have watched the likes of Alan Jones, Nelson Piquet, Nigel Mansell, Alain Prost and Damon Hill win Grand Prix after Grand Prix for Williams, naturally...

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A new world order

SEAT’s diesel has risen to the fore in this year’s World Touring Car Championship, to the consternation of its petrol-powered rivals. And the battle’s coming to Britain soon By Rob Widdows The Pyrénées are hidden in heavy cloud. The rain is falling on Pau, ‘ville de soleil et de jardins’. Every gust of wind, every passing cloud, brings new anxieties for those who race around the streets of this...

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The first non-championship Formula 3000 race at Kyalami was a rip-roaring success. Only after the participants had drifted away did something sinister emerge... The German journalist couldn't believe his eyes. Several hours earlier, he had left Frankfurt on a Philippine Airlines Boeing 747 bound for London Gatwick. He'd transferred by coach to Heathrow, where he collected a ticket for his...

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Sixth sense

After watching Alfa Romeo rack up five straight wins, Paul Radisich finally broke Italy's winning streak at Silverstone . . . Well, now I know what it feels like to lead an Alfa Romeo! We've had problems with the Mondeo this year. We were struggling to get temperature into the tyres quickly which was making it difficult to qualify, because to get the best out of the tyres is to push them hard...

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The month in Motor Sport

July 18: Manuel Gião loses his victory in the recent Nürburgring Formula Opel Euroseries round. After a protest, the Portuguese is deemed not to have been running when the race was halted (he had spun into a gravel trap) before winning the restart. Jason Watt inherits the spoils and cuts Gião's points advantage. 22: Sources suggest that Reynard is instigating action against the FIA through the...



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