Articles tagged Yannick Dalmas

Page 34 of August 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, August 1992

Never Mind The Quantity

The Le Mans 24 Hours was, after all, a success if measured as a sporting event, though a financial failure for the Automobile Club de l'Ouest. Next year's race will not be submitted to FISA for the Sportscar World Championship, and since Jean-Marie Balestre (president of the FIA and of the French Federation) has done a complete backflip and given the ACO his support, it seems unlikely that FISA...

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Like Clockwork

Michael Cotton was at Le Mans to see Porsche's new, no-compromise GT racer edged out by a car which the Stuttgart manufacturer had commissioned two years earlier, but then chose not to race... The most open race for many years," said all the pundits prior to the Le Mans 24 Hours. Even after qualifying, when the name of Porsche was written indelibly on the wall, we believed that McLaren, Ferrari...

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Won for the road

This road-going supercar wasn't expected to even finish on its Le Mans debut 10 years ago. But the McLaren F1 GTR beat all the prototypes to win. By Gary Watkins The thing may have looked the part, but there was no way it could win the Le Mans 24 Hours. Not first time out anyway. The world's fastest street machine it may have been, but this particular supercar hadn't been conceived — in anyway,...

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The 1990 Formula One Teams:

The 1990 Formula One Teams: McLaren-Honda: The Woking-based McLaren team are preparing a new series of cars, designated MP4/6, using whatever version of the Honda V10 that the Japanese firm produce. Steve Nichol, who was "field engineer" for Ayrton Senna in 1989 has left the team and joined the Scuderia Ferrari, following in the footsteps of Alain Prost. Meanwhile Gerhard Berger has joined the...

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Leading Entries

Peugeot: Three 905 bis models, V10 engines, 3.5 litres. Drivers include Derek Warwick, Yannick Dalmas, Philippe Alliot, Mauro Baldi, Jean-Pierre Jabouille, Mark Blundell, Eric van de Poele, Alain Ferte and Karl Wendlinger. Toyota Team TOM'S:Three TS010 models, V10 engines, 3.5 litres. Drivers include Geoff Lees, Hitoshi Ogawa, Jan Lammers, Andy Wallace, Teo Fabi, Kenneth Acheson, Pierre-Henri...

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The Pug that flew

As Group C climaxed with its 3.5-litre regulations in the early Nineties, Peugeot developed a prototype so extreme, yet so reliable, that it could race for 24 hours at Formula One speeds. Gary Watkins tells the story of the fastest-ever sportscar Take out of the equation those pedal-to-metal laps around the old eight-mile Spa-Francorchamps or the pre-Hella Licht-S Osterreichring, and a Porsche...



October 2019
Brawn Supremacy



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