Articles tagged Yojiro Terada

Page 25 of August 1991 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, August 1991

WSC -- Le Mans 24 Hours

The writing was on the wall. Thousands of British enthusiasts made the ritual visit to the famous Restaurant des Hunaudieres, to find that this bastion of French cuisine, right alongside the fastest Part of the Le Mans circuit, had a new sign over the door: Shanghai les 24-Heures. The Orientals had arrived, and by Sunday evening they'd conquered. Mercedes were the pace-makers, running in...

Page 28 of November 1988 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, November 1988

World Sportscar Championship: Fuji 1000kms

Brundle's day Martin Brundle took a sabbatical from Formula One racing in order to win the World Sports-Prototype Championship for Drivers, and the ambition was realised at Fuji on October 9 when he and Eddie Cheever won the Japanese 1000km in their Jaguar XJR-9. Brundle's season began with a rousing victory in the Daytona 24-Hours, and he continued to win five World Championship events (of ten...

Page 32 of November 1991 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, November 1991

SWC Mexico City

Double and quits It took a while for the Silk Cut Jaguar team to react to the success in Mexico. Derek Warwick was heading for second place in the Sportscar World Championship encounter and made a late dash to the pits for slick tyres, all the better on a drying track to catch race leader Keke Rosberg. It was a racer's choice, not a strategist's, and the gamble failed when the Jaguar's starter...

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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