Articles tagged Takeo Fukui

Page 31 of March 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, March 2010

Honda's bete noir

Honda is having a tough time in MotoGP these days. The world’s biggest motorcycle manufacturer has won just seven races in the past three seasons, while Yamaha and Ducati have won 45 between them. But Honda has known darker days in bike racing. In the late ’70s the company decreed that its engineers must vanquish the dominant two-stroke Grand Prix bikes with a hi-tech four-stroke because Soichiro...

Page 51 of February 2009 archive issue thumbnail Page 51, February 2009

A hard rain's a-gonna fall

Formula 1 is facing the biggest financial storm in its history. The sport must adjust, or face being washed away By Joe Saward There is no doubt that history will recall recent events in the financial world as ‘The Crash of 2008’. We still do not know just how bad the effects of this will ultimately be, nor what implications it will have for the world. And this is the worry for motor sport, which...


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Ultimate Porsche: The Most Ruthless Racer Ever Built



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