Autosport / 24 May 1984 USA - Laudas day at Dijon
  • Autosport / 24 May 1984 USA - Laudas day at Dijon

Autosport / 24 May 1984 USA - Laudas day at Dijon

Titelbild: Laudas day at Dijon

PLUS: Full French GP report - Indy 500 qualifying - Mugello F2 - Donington F3 - Brands Historics - Bumber Issue! F1 Indycars F2-F3

Auf Lager: Lieferzeit ca. 1 bis 4 Werktage

Original Inhaltsbeschreibung:

  • PIT & PADDOCK All the latest international racing news — Renault discuss fuel problems — A Grand Prix for Adelaide? — British cars dominate Indy practice — Teo Fabi denies retirement stories — 1984 Mille Miglia — Formula 2 records broken — Jaguar definite for Le Mans
  • COMMENT We discuss the major news item of the week, while you express your Ideas via the Correspondence pages — Then as Now? puts on its rose-tinted spectacles with stories of racing 10 and 25 years ago — Catchpole looks through a glass darkly
  • MUGELLO F2 Yet another dominating performance from Mike Thackwell in the Ralt-Honda. However, the BMW brigade had something to be grateful for— Roberto Moreno crashed on the first lap, and Christian Danner took pole and third in the race. Ian Phillips was there to tell the story
  • INDY QUALIFYING Gordon Kirby reports on the amazing speeds recorded for this year's Indy 500, where Tom Sneva has put his Mayer Racing March 84C on pole with a speed of over 210mph
  • SPECIAL STAGE The very latest news from the world of rallying — Scottish Rally entry announced — Junior Team to Cyprus? — Rethink on B seeds —TV coverage for the RAC Rally— Stromberg heads FISA Group A challenge — And from Sambas to GTIs
  • DONINGTON F3 Another win for Johnny Dumfries? No. Well, it's true, as Joe Saward discovered at the Derbyshire circuit the Scotsman was invincible, yet again
  • SPORTS EXTRA British success in FF2000 — New, stiffer Mallock U2 on its way — Extra places for Willhire — DIY help for Chevrons.
  • FRENCH GRAND PRIX Is there no stopping the Marlboro-McLarens? Patrick Tambay attempted the feat in his Renault, qualifying on pole and then leading the race for much of Its distance, but Niki.Lauda was in stupendous form, closing in on the yellow Renault relentlessly to take his second victory this year. Nigel Roebuck reports from the heart of the wine making industry in France.
  • ROAD TEST A zippy little performer the Honda CRX coup& as Marcus Pye found out. Read on to find out how you can be a hooligan in Japan's latest
  • PREVIEW: ACROPOLIS The Acropolis is an essential rally for the Italian Lancia team. If they don't win it, then they can kiss their World Championship hopes goodbye. Keith Oswin sets the scene for another Audi versus Lancia confrontation— but will either team be able to head off the challenge from Peugeot?
  • FOCUS ON ETC Joe Saward looks at the ETC championship so far in one of its healthiest seasons for along time. Jaguar versus BMW versus Volvo versus Rover — it can't be bad. Read on to find out more.
  • FILE UNDER Q Quentin Spurring has been at his typewriter again, assessing some of the performances at the recent Silverstone 1000Kms — will the works Porsches, by missing Le Mans, catch up on much-needed development work? And in their absence, will Canon-Porsche fill the gap?
  • BRANDS HISTORIC Paul Harmer was at Brands — armed with umbrella and wellies — to bring you a report of the historic action held in appalling conditions, that included a round of the FIA European Historic championship.
  • SPORTSCARD Richard Petty's 199th NASCAR win — Randy Lanier extends Camel GT lead Lobenberg's TransAm win — Dijon supports — National racing round up — Carlo Capone takes Zlatni Piassatzi Rally Plus all the latest off-track action
  • CENTRESPREAD This week's centrespread depicts Marc Surer driving the new Arrows-BMW in the recent San Marino Grand Prix Photo: John Townsend

Autosport amerikanische Ausgabe vom 24 Mai 1984

Seitenanzahl: 80 Seiten

Sprache: Englisch


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