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Martin Hines Interview!!
King of Karting: Martin Hines is the undisputed “Guru” in the world of karting. His experience goes back to 1964 when he started in this business with his father. Their Zip Kart formula pioneered indoor karting in the early 80s. Martin has won seventeen major championships including three world titles and five European, the last of which he won at the age of 56 after beating cancer. He has won numerous British, European and World karting championships.
Martin discovered Lewis Hamilton at a karting track when Lewis was only eight-years-old and immediately recognized his potential, “even in the early years he had a fantastic mixture of focus, aggression and a touch of arrogance, and without those qualities you aren’t going anywhere in motorsport. Few drivers are the total package – Lewis is”.
In 2002 Martin was awarded the prestigious Autocar 2002 Motorsport Achievement Award.
Please enjoy F1weekly’s exclusive interview with Martin Hines on podcast # 107 and you can download it here on the front page.
Motorsport Memories 2009 calendar: Powered By Turbo.
The Professor who smoked the competition. Alain Prost won 35 Grands Prix in the turbo era, starting with his maiden win on home soil at Dijon-Prenois in 1981 driving a Renault. He captured two titles in 1985 & ’86 with McLaren and TAG-Porsche. He also won the final race of the turbo era, the 1988 Australian Grand Prix, on board a Honda-turbo powered McLaren. This great legend is featured in Motorsport Memories "Powered by Turbo" calendar.
The 2009 edition of this classic Formula 1 calendar is now in stock for air mail delivery anywhere in the world. Other drivers include; Ayrton Senna, Niki Lauda, Michele Alboreto, Didier Pironi, Nelson Piquet, Rene Arnoux, Riccardo Patrese, Jean-Pierre Jabouille, Keke Rosberg, Patrick Tambay, Nigel Mansell and Gilles Villeneuve.