- Feb 28, 2009
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- Baltimore Ravens, Atletico
Why do I feel like something similar to the grate lifting up on a street circuit has happened in the last few years?
Play in a simulated football league - find great movies and TV shows - play Werewolf - play video games (try our Minecraft server) - argue about politics - listen to music - keep up with science news - play board games - just gasbag - discuss true crime - and so much more.
Did some reading on Roland before the 20th anniversary. Drove for the same F3 team Senna, Hakkinen and Barrichello did.25th anniversary of Roland Ratzenberger and Ayrton Senna's deaths today and tomorrow.
Newman/Haas is correctOr whatever that team was called, basically he could have had the seat in 92 before Mansell got there. Didn't have much cash and still wanted to get to F1.
Newman/Haas Racing was an auto racing team that competed in the CART series and the IndyCar Series from 1983 to 2011. The team operations were based in Lincolnshire, Illinois. Newman/Haas Racing was formed as a partnership between actor, automotive enthusiast, and semi-professional racer Paul Newman and long-time auto racing impresario Carl Haas. The duo were competitors in sports car racing during the 1970s and early 1980s. In 1983, joined forces to enter the ranks of Indy car racing. Newman/Haas was one of the most-successful teams in Indy car racing during the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s. The team won 105 CART/Champ Car races and eight season championships.
During the 1980s, and for the better part of the 1990s, the team was closely aligned with the Andretti family. In 1983, Mario Andretti signed as the primary driver, an arrangement that would carry him through the remainder of his career, until his retirement in 1994. Michael Andretti joined the team in 1989–1992 and again in 1995–2000. Both Mario and Michael won a CART championship driving for the team. Newman/Haas was also the team for which Nigel Mansell competed in CART, winning the 1993 title.
If you read his autobiography, he didn't so much fight as was part of the clean up effort. By the time he left training, the war was nearing its conclusion and he fortunately avoided any engagement, watching the fighting from afar.Has lots of great stories, including things like fighting in WW2 in a tank regimen which i had no idea about.