Articles tagged Tommi Makinen

Page 18 of April 1993 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, April 1993

Game, set and Mats - Swedish Rally

Twenty years ago; five years ago; even one year ago, had a driver spluttered to a halt on a special stage because he was out of fuel, but was fortunate enough to stop where a spectator was able to provide a can of petrol to get him on his way, it would have been considered part of the game. The driver and co-driver would have been criticised for running out in the first place, but their stars...

Page 24 of March 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, March 1992

Tradition preserved

Whoever first wrote, or said, that tradition dies hard didn't just create what has become an innumerably repeated chestnut, but told a lie. The reason? A tradition doesn't die at all, either hard or otherwise. It can be ignored, forgotten or even deliberately suppressed. But die? Never! A true tradition, and that does not include those invented by some journalists to lend artificial weight to...

Page 36 of July 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, July 1992

Auriol: Greece Lightning

Not so long ago, Frenchman Didier Auriol was known as the man whom Lady Luck has passed by. Time after time, disaster struck just when it seemed that he would get a good result. His performances were excellent, but something always seemed to go wrong and he notched up retirement after retirement. However, 1992 has seen an about turn for Auriol and his co-driver Bernard Occelli. After winning both...



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