Autosport / 5 July 1984 USA - Lola one - two in New York
Titelbild: Lola one - two in New York
PLUS: Free: TV Guide to Dallas Grand Prix - F1 McLarens - Norisring 200 thrills - Rouse extends Trimico loads
- PIT & PADDOCK All the international racing news — New Brabham for Brands 9 — Porsche win Monza WEC appeal — More BMW Turbo engines at Dallas — Senna's Joest Porsche drive — Hartge BMWs out of ETC — Plus Weekend Sport, with previews of all the action
- COMMENT International sports car sprints on short circuits? We discuss the feasibility of such events following the successful Norisring event at the weekend, while you use Correspondence to raise a few other subjects. The scene as it was 10 and 25 years ago through AUTOSPORT's pages is covered in Then as Now?, while Catchpole looks at today's events from an alternative point of view
- MEADOWLANDS GP New York's latest venue for race cars is the Meadowlands track, where Lola took a sensational 1-2 result at the weekend with Mario Andretti first to the flag. Gordon Kirby brings us this full report
- NORISRING Traditionally a spectacular event by any standards, Grand Prix stars line up in endurance machinery for this classic encounter at the short German track. Manfred Winkelhock took the honours this time, but he even had to race for his grid position, as Jad Sherrif explains
- SPECIAL STAGE All the Rallying news— Mikkola to miss Ulster Rally — Alen sees World hopes sink as Lancia stand firm — Delta 038 delayed until 1986? — Mille Pistes ready for battle — MG Metro 6R4 for Russek Rally at start of expanded programme — Shell Oils/AuTOSPOAT championship updates —Plus details of this weekend's sport
- YPRES 24 HOURS Henri Toivonen's Porsche 911 SC RS eventually took the honours, but the early stages were led by both Andruet and Capone In Lancias. As they hit trouble, the Finn took control, with Britain's Jimmy McRae battling home in fifth place. Report by Kevin Gormley
- SNETTERTON GROUP A Andy Rouse was quickest in practice and recorded a flag-to-flag victory in his ICS Rover Vitesse, although there was plenty of action from the battling Escorts as David Rolfe recounts.
- SNETTERTON F3 Johnny Dumfries returned to the British scene, chastened by his Monza accident .. but only slightly. The Scotsman recorded another impressive flag-to-flag win, although Ross Cheever shone as well. Andy Leeder recorded the action.
- SPORTS EXTRA New S2000 car from Richard Owen Design — Swallow Racing on the wing again — Prototype Formula Turbo Ford chassis in shakedown runs — Purley to pilot Chevron B61 at Brands GP Thundersports supporter
- HUMBLE PYE Marcus Pye reflects on a day when he dropped notebook for Nomex, and found himself heading the recent Donington round of the Thundersports series. The Andreason Racing Chevron B61 looked like taking victory until fate took a hand
- NEEDELL AT LE MANS Tiff Needell reflects on a week spent in and around Le Mans, as well as his drive to ninth place in the classic 24 hours.
- ARMCHAIR ENTHUSIAST Our monthly look at the more relaxed side of motor sport with a collection of books, models, and a few rather pleasant prints. This month we review works concentrating on everything from the Audi Ouattro — in competition and road trim — to Rovers and the complete story of the 1983 World record attempt by Richard Noble. Plus results of the June competitions
- BACKSTAGE The detailed results from the New Eealand round of the World Rally Thampionship, plus a taste of rallying n the southern hemisphere from Harry Milne
- INSIGHT: McLAREN A detailed look at the behind-the-scenes work that went into the Marlboro McLaren domination of the first half of the Grand Prix season. Doug Nye presents the story, with some help from the McLaren MP4t2 designer, John Barnard
- ROAD CAR Volkswagen have continued their update of the range with the latest Jetta, which, as Mike McCarthy points out, offers some real advantages over the original. Plus we look at Saturday's competition to find the "World's Fastest Supercar" As Ralph Morton discovered, the Porsche 911 Turbo just pipped a Lamborghini Countach at North Weald to take the title
- SPORTSCARD Comprehensive coverage of motor sport from around Britain and the world with full reports of the British National meetings at Oulton, Mallory, Brands, Lydden and Knockhill. Tony Trimmer, Jonathan Bancroft, and Rod Birley (who combined Sunday races at both Lydden and Brands) were among the winners, while Martin Bolsover starred at Prescott. Rallying coverage includes the Barum round of the ECR, plus a host of club events
- AUTOSPORT GRAND PRIX TV GUIDE Another In our fabulous full-colour armchair guidesto help you through this weekend's running of the Dallas Grand Prix
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