Articles tagged Saeed al Hajri

Page 53 of July 1988 archive issue thumbnail Page 53, July 1988

The Middle East Programme

David Sutton Motorsport has two cars stationed permanently abroad for the Middle East Rally Championship. Both are 400 bhp Group B Audi Quattro A2s; one is used for competition, the other for practice. In addition there are two fully-equipped service vans, a massive amount of spares and an Audi 200 Avant chase-car which will stay out there until the end of December. A month before each event, two...

Page 84 of July 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 84, July 1986

Acropolis Rally

No sensible person would argue with or complain about measures to lessen the chances of accidents such as that which caused the deaths of of two competitors during the Tour of Corsica. Halting the extreme technological advancement which took competing cars right out of the realms of rallying, and to which the door should never have been opened in the first place, is such a measure. Diluting the...

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Jordan Rally

Some rallies are associated with snow, some with mud, others with rough rock and others with smooth tarmac, each link forged by natural means, both meteorological and geographical. A rally enthusiast who has never been to Africa, for instance, is able nevertheless to visualise a Safari route muddy when it rains, unclouded by dust in dry weather. What about the Middle East? The popular conception...

Page 23 of November 1990 archive issue thumbnail Page 23, November 1990

Home Win in Cyprus

Much of what we said about entries in Australia's Commonwealth Bank Rally also applies to the Rothmans Cyprus Rally. This late September round of the European Rally Championship, even at the highest coefficient of 20, rarely attracts more than a handful of contenders for the title simply because the series is usually settled before the event takes place. This is a great shame in a way, although...

Page 96 of January 2007 archive issue thumbnail Page 96, January 2007

Into Africa

Porsche and success in endurance events seem intertwined. Not so in rallying, claims John Davenport Photography: McKlein A magician by the name of Antony Noghes once conjured a race track from the thin air of dreams and punctured pride. It was a trick that astonished the racing world, for he was limited by a tiny piece of real estate, hemmed in on one side by the unyielding nation of France and...

Page 57 of January 1985 archive issue thumbnail Page 57, January 1985

Lombard RAC Rally of Great Britain

Imagine a Wembley cup final taking place after the champions had clinched their position in a semi-final. Such a match, merely to determine runners-up, would be low in spectacle, devoid of significance, and by no means an attractive, sparkling package capable of generating excitement on the customary Wembley scale. Fortunately, the same criteria do not apply to rallying, and even though the World...

Page 76 of November 1983 archive issue thumbnail Page 76, November 1983

Sanremo Rally

All too often we hear that the best cars in the world are made in Germany, and we wonder what right has any commentator to disguise his opinion as a fact. The latter is sacred, but the former is completely free and what might suit one purpose may be quite useless for another. Nevertheless, it is a popular opinion that German mechanical engineering is solid, reliable and meticulously thorough....


October 2019
Brawn Supremacy



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