F1 legend thinks 2016 could be Rosberg's year

Next season could finally be Nico Rosberg's year. That is the view of Formula One legend Sir Jackie Stewart, who admits he was impressed with the German's late-season form alongside Lewis Hamilton. Hamilton, now a triple world champion like 76-year-old Stewart, dominantly won the 2015 title but then Rosberg won the last three grand prix events from pole. Stewart said he thinks Mercedes...
Via FOX Sports
December 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Chisholm, Luciw, Tagliani, Thomson and Stewart Inducted in Canadian Motorsports Hall of Fame

This past weekend, five individuals were inducted into the Canadian Motorsports Hall of Fame – John Chisholm, Ralph Luciw, Alex Tagliani and Don Thomson Jr. They were joined on the induction docket by three-time World Formula One Champion Jackie Stewart. John Chisholm is known for putting racing in the maritimes on the map with Riverside Speedway, which opened in 1969. The one-third...
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October 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Fifty years on: Sir Jackie Stewart's first Grand Prix win

Sir Jackie Stewart made his debut in Formula One as a race car driver in 1965. In just his eighth race, he scored his first of 27 career victories (a record at the time), at the Italian Grand Prix at Monza on Sept. 12, 1965. The Scottish racing driver, aged 26 at the time, started from third position for the 1965 Italian Grand Prix in his BRM P261 alongside his teammate Graham Hill...
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September 12, 2015  |  Discuss

F1: Williams legend Patrick Head honored with knighthood

Former Williams technical director Patrick Head has received a knighthood in the Her Majesty the Queen's birthday honors list, which has just be announced. The 69-year-old Head thus joins his longtime business partner Sir Frank Williams and the likes of Sir Stirling Moss and Sir Jackie Stewart on the list of motor racing people who have received the honor. Williams said of Head:...
Via FOX Sports
June 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Stewart: F1 should stand by traditional European races

Formula One great Jackie Stewart has bemoaned the downfall of the German Grand Prix and is urging the sport's bosses not to forsake tradition for money as the number of European races on the calendar dwindles. The German GP was erased from the 2015 schedule because of financial problems and F1 commercial head Bernie Ecclestone could not guarantee the future of the iconic Italian...
Via Associated Press
April 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Goodwood Revival: A step back in time for modern day race fans

For one weekend each year, there is no need for the DeLorean from Back to the Future or the Tardis from Doctor Who for a magical journey back in time. This is the weekend of the Goodwood Revival Meeting where event host Lord March sets the stage and all visitors from the competitors to the spectators play a starring role. The result is a gigantic open air theatre with around 50,000...
Via FOX Sports
September 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Jackie Stewart Talks Indy & Safety On Speed’s Wind Tunnel

Three-time World Champion Sir Jackie Stewart joined Robin Miller and Dario Franchitti during the July 31 edition of popular SPEED television show, Wind Tunnel.
Via Speed Network
August 01, 2011  |  Discuss

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