strad wrote:So sorry you do think the past is not worth watching or knowing about...
I understand though...Everything good is new and nothing old is worth a f&%k .
But you should take this conversation elsewhere please. Not the right venue.
strad wrote:Not the best quality but it's here...the Ostkurve ...this should have been in the onboard file,,,it's why I have so much trouble finding things.
The 1987 World Championship featured a season long duel between the two Williams drivers: Brazilian two-time champion Nelson Piquet and British driver Nigel Mansell. The pair won nine of the seasons sixteen races in their Williams FW11Bs, although they had only one win from the first five races. Their mid-season dominance eliminated all competition however. Mansell took six wins compared to the more consistent Piquet with three. The increasingly antagonistic duel came to a premature end at the Japanese Grand Prix when Mansell crashed heavily in practice incurring a back injury that put him out for the two races left in the season.
The battle for third in the championship was also resolved late in the season, with Brazilian driver Ayrton Senna driving a Lotus 99T finished nine points clear of outgoing world champion Frenchman Alain Prost (McLaren MP4/3).
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