Articles tagged Thomas Erdos

Page 22 of January 1997 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, January 1997

The Plight Of The Phoenix

In Part Two of his investigation into GT cars, Michael Cotton asks if sportscars have risen from the ashes only to fall back into the flames Remember what you thought when you saw the likes of the Ferrari F40, Jaguar XJ220 and McLaren F1 GTR take to the track? It looked like the final hurrah for a breed of cars so fast, expensive and removed from the realities of the open road that we flocked to...

Page 44 of August 1990 archive issue thumbnail Page 44, August 1990

First Past the Post

Crunch! Déja vu. A track test of a Formula First wouldn't be complete without a good hard shunt to write about. Still I'm getting ahead of myself. . . . Brands Hatch promote two one make single-seater formulae to provide a ladder for aspiring drivers. I was fortunate to have the opportunity of trying both on the Brands Hatch Indy circuit. Formula First was created to satisfy the need for a...

Page 34 of June 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, June 1995

99 and counting

It has taken an official pre-qualifying session to whittle down an extraordinary number of Le Mans entries to a manageable level The surge of interest in the ACO's 24 Hours of Le Mans continues. Three years ago, when the event was tied to the mast of the FIA's sinking ship, it attracted a grand total of 28 entries... and production-based GT cars were strictly prohibited. This year the ACO...


October 2019
Brawn Supremacy



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