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Sentences forAlan Jones (racing driver)

  • In a 2012 interview, World Champion Alan Jones stated that Ferrari, looking for a proven top class driver, had actually contacted him to drive for the team in late 1982.Mario Andretti-Wikipedia
  • Alan Jones had actually 'won' the 1977 race on the road and was some 40 seconds ahead of Walker when he crossed the line for what should have been the finish.Oran Park Raceway-Wikipedia
  • Alan Jones was tempted out of retirement to drive it in F1 races towards the end of the 1985 season, with Patrick Tambay joining in a second car for 1986.Lola Cars-Wikipedia
  • Williams signed Australian Alan Jones, who had won the the previous season for a devastated Shadow team following the death of their lead driver, Tom Pryce.Williams Grand Prix Engineering-Wikipedia
  • This leads onto the 360-metre-long Jones Straight, known as Rundle Road for the rest of the year and named after Australia's World Champion Alan Jones.Adelaide Street Circuit-Wikipedia
  • He finished second in the drivers' standings, 13 points behind title winner Alan Jones.Nelson Piquet-Wikipedia

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