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Old 24 Sep 2001, 07:07 (Ref:150131)   #16
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Guy Liger was a bit of a jerk... here's a pic of him... after he'd scared poor Bernard Cahier yet again.... or is it Henry N Manney?

http://members.atlasf1.com/raybell/pics/ligier.jpg

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Old 24 Sep 2001, 16:41 (Ref:150336)   #17
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4 or 5 times BTCC champion Frank Gardner was a F1 driver as well!
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Old 24 Sep 2001, 17:15 (Ref:150372)   #18
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Radisichrox wrote:

>Morbidelli in the BTCC was bad, but yes, he was good in the italian >and european championships.
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If I'm not mistaken, Morbidelli has and always will be a RWD BMW fan. He was reasonably successful in a BMW before his Volvo stint and I recall seeing him return to his successes after returning behind the wheel of a BMW again! For some reason, he just couldn't adapt to FWD.
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Old 24 Sep 2001, 23:52 (Ref:150697)   #19
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In Australia...Larry Perkins has done well after a brief spell in F1 in the late 1970's
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Old 25 Sep 2001, 05:28 (Ref:150773)   #20
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Julian Bailey could have done well in the BTCC, if he didn't waste his time in the under funded (after Rouse left) Toyota's.

Alan Jones, in Australia has put in some good performances, like at Bathurst in 96, when he led until the car caught fire, and he did ok in qualifying at Bathurst in 1997 in the Williams Renault Laguna.

In South America, Oscar Laurrari (drove F1 in late 80s or early 90s) is very dominate in their Super Touring series.
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Old 25 Sep 2001, 15:24 (Ref:151005)   #21
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I think Bailey could have done better in 95/6 in a better machine, as could Tim Sugden.
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Joachim Winkelhock, ex-F1 DNPQ-er to BTCC Champ 4 years later (at his 1st attempt)
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