Autosport / 7 June 1984 USA - Monaco Grand Prix
  • Autosport / 7 June 1984 USA - Monaco Grand Prix

Autosport / 7 June 1984 USA - Monaco Grand Prix

Titelbild: Monaco Grand Prix: Prost the Master

PLUS: Blomqvists Acropolis - F3 to Capelli - Willhire 24hrs

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Original Inhaltsbeschreibung:

  • PIT & PADDOCK All the international news — Estoril replaces Fuengirola on F1 calendar — Brundle's miraculous escape — Renault's problem after Tambay injured at Monaco — Trimoco exclusions — British Aerospace sponsor Brands Hatch 1000kms — Le Mans updates — Bellof to drive Brun Porsche
  • GRAND PRIX COMPETITION Your chance to choose the drivers in one of the main events at the John Player Special British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch, The Celebrity Race will be for up to 16 drivers chosen by this AUTOSPORT poll, using the fleet of Brands Hatch Ford Escort XR3i saloons
  • COMMENT Should the Monaco GP have been stopped so early? We discuss some of the considerations made by organisers, and look at the current (unhealthy) state of the British Saloon Car Championship. Correspondence gives us your viewpoints — Then as Now drifts to the events of 10 and 25 years ago — and Catchpole just drifts
  • MONACO GP In dreadful conditions, Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix was red-flagged just as a troubled Prost was about to lose the lead to an inspired Senna. Nigel Roebuck got soaked
  • MONACO F3 Traditionally one of the most important occasions for any aspiring driver, this year's event went to the favourite, Ivan Capelli, the reigning Italian champion. James Weaver led a strong British challenge to third place. Joe Saward reports
  • SPECIAL STAGE All the rallying news — New Zealand attracts World Championship contenders as Lancia head south — Latest Lancia 038 on schedule — Peugeot 205 Turbo 16s for Little — Nicholas to retire
  • WILLHIRE When you claim pole position and set the pace, the only just reward is a race win. Andy Leeder describes how Bill Taylor crossed the line first in this fifth Willhire marathon Willhire marathon
  • SNETTERTON FF2000 Maurizio Sandro Sala extended his Racing Displays British Championship lead with his fifth victory from 12 rounds. Challengers Julian Bailey and Anthony Reid had a troubled day, so Andy Wallace chased the Brazilian in, as Marcus Pye reports
  • PREVIEW: SCOTTISH The Rothmans RAC Open Rally Championship moves to Scotland for the European qualifying Lloyds Bowmaker Scottish Rally. Hannu Mikkola remains favourite, but as Keith Oswin suggests, he will face even sterner opposition than ever from Opel twins Jimmy McRae and Russell Brookes
  • ACROPOLIS RALLY One of the toughest, roughest rounds of the World Rally Championship, the Greek event tests man and machine to the limits. But as Harry Milne reports, the current Group B cars are proving ultra-reliable and Stig Blomqvist led an impressive Audi 1-2
  • ARMCHAIR ENTHUSIAST Our monthly off-beat section which brings together a remakable collection of books, videos, models, plus some fun with the Grand Prix Enterprises Caption competition. Reviews this time include works on Keke Rosberg and Nelson Piquet
  • ROAD CAR Fiat now have a contender in the rapid hatchback market with the Strada 130TC, a car that even in standard specification is almost waiting for competition. Plus there is news about the latest Saab
  • PROFILE: KEN WOOD Former Scottish Rally Champion, Ken Wood is chasing his second title with the big Golden Wonder Rover. For this weekend, however, he must switch to Mini 'power'. Keith Oswin spoke to him recently, to find out more about Scotland's fastest air traffic controller
  • PREVIEW: SILVERSTONE EURO F3 With four different winners from the first five races, this year's Euro F3 championship is shaping up nicely as Jeremy Shaw reveals
  • SPORTS EXTRA All the National news — Maurice Gugelmin in dramatic mid-season team change — Sala back to Brazil — Reid's Argo future in doubt — Trimmer's Libre sponsorship — Cougar back an allrounder
  • SPORTSCARD Comprehensive coverage of motor sport from around the country and abroad. International motor racing from America, Canada and Austria with national coverage to keep the home fans in the picture. Rallying includes Droogmanns taking an easy win on the Belgian Haspengouw Rally — Weber snatches Vorderfalz success — Wurz victorious in Turkey
  • EXTRA! 40 PAGE LE MANS YEARBOOK Quentin Spurring's comprehensive spectator guide to the classic 24 Hours on June 16/17 — The entry list, teams, cars and drivers — The background to Jaguar's return to the Sarthe circuit,  and a light-hearted look at the marque's win in 1953 — A study of Ecurie Ecosse at Le Mans, past and present — The Aston Martin turbo project — How to get there, tickets, timetables, broadcasting times, facts and figures
  • Autosport Publishing costs — paper, print and production — have escalated since we last increased the cover price of AUTOSPORT. Past experience tells us that the majority of our readers would wish us to maintain our high standards of editorial coverage, rather than reduce the quality of the magazine. Therefore, from this week, AUTOSPORT must cost 75p. We are confident that the magazine will continue to offer unparalleled value for money in the motor sporting market.

Autosport amerikanische Ausgabe vom 7 Juni 1984

Seitenanzahl: 90 Seiten

Sprache: Englisch


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