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In his only IndyCar start and showing he had lost none of the speed, skill and determination that took him to the World Championship, Jones drove Andretti's Lola T900-Cosworth to third place behind Jacques Villeneuve Sr. (winner) and Mario's son Michael Andretti (2nd).

Enjoyed those pictures of you, Pat and the gang. 362 talking about this. AJPE Weekend Winners. When the car left the US based RUF workshop, it was sent to Alan Johnson Racing in San Diego. On 20 September 1987 at SUGO Jones won a round of All Japan Touring Car Championship driving Toyota Team Tom's, Group A, Toyota Supra MA70 Turbo. Time to pack up and head home after our Sears Point crash, 1986. 1999  M. Häkkinen, 2000  M. Schumacher You can judge it for yourself at Rétromobile, where it will appear on the stand of FA Automobile…. I remember Bruce Jenner taking one of his cars, along with a Pontiac TransAm to New Zealand to do the championship out there.

LOVE THE TURBO CHIRP!!!!! If my memory serves correctly, 9 cars were built in that run? Of the nine races in which he competed, Jones won five (Atlanta, Mosport, Road America, Mid-Ohio, and Riverside.) And there’s every reason to think that its recorded 11,395km is accurate, too. 1952  A. Ascari 2008  L. Hamilton Road Atlanta practicing for the Trans-Am race. We have to move on more than 30 years, to an era when originality has become the holy grail of the collecting car world, until the as-new, mid-engined Porsche finally gets the chance to run on track. [14] As he was enjoying life back in Australia at the time, Jones did not give them an answer straight away and basically gave them the run around, a move he regrets as it was possible that, as the 1980 World Champion, Ferrari would have wanted to keep him for 1983 when he was looking to make a comeback, which would have seen him drive the car which won the Constructors' Championship in 1983. ". [3] The younger Jones left for Europe in 1967, to make a name for himself, but found that he could not afford even a Formula Ford drive. Hunt All season Jones never gave anything less than his best." The two men bought and sold second-hand cars and Jones was eventually able to afford a Formula Three Lotus 41 which he intended to adapt to Formula Two specification and take back to Australia to sell, in order to finance a season of Formula Three. For information and estimates on domestic and international shipping as well as export licenses please contact Bonhams Shipping Department. when Rolf Stommelen's crash caused the death of five spectators. 1977  N. Lauda How about a Porsche 944 GTR Turbo? Initially fast, the partnership was fading by 1997 and the Stones bought Jones out, re-badging the team as Stone Brothers Racing. Thanks for posting the history line and photos of these cars. He attempted to race in the Grand Prix Masters World Series at Kyalami in November 2005 but had to pull out before qualifying due to neck pains. The beauty of this Porsche 914/6 GT is that it’s a proper, factory-built race car, but it never raced in period – and hence it’s quite possibly the most original 914/6 GT in existence. 1975  N. Lauda

Credit cards may not be used to pay for motorcar purchases. [10], His first race was the 1975 Spanish Grand Prix at the fast Montjuïc circuit in the purchased Hesketh although the weekend turned out to be one of the most tragic in Formula One history

The company's filing status is listed as Good Standing and its File Number is 19991208761. fastest race laps: 2013 Racing: 6 races: 0 wins: 0 podiums: 0 pole position? 1995  M. Schumacher 2003  M. Schumacher His best finish with Hill, in four races for the team, was fifth at the Nürburgring. 1983  N. Piquet 2016  N. Rosberg Where's this race car now? Jones is also the last Australian driver to win the Australian Grand Prix, winning the 1980 event at Calder Park Raceway, having lapped the field consisting mostly of Formula 5000 cars while he was driving his Formula One Championship winning Williams FW07B. For AUTOMOBILIA and other non-motor vehicle property, the premium is 27.5% on the first $3,000 of the bid price, 25% of the amount exceeding $3,000, up to and including $400,000, 20% of the amount exceeding $400,000, up to and including $4,000,000, and 13.9% on any amount exceeding $4,000,000. Jones also worked as a pit reporter during the Australian Grand Prix where his relationships with those in F1 made it easier for him to obtain relevant information, and also as a pit reporter for Nine's broadcasts of the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix. I was racing at the time, and only saw one of these cars @ a SCCA National in Savannah, GA, I can't remember who entered/drove that car. The company's filing status is listed as Good Standing and its File Number is 19991208761. He finished second to Elliot Forbes-Robinson at Charlotte after hitting a chicane and losing a spark plug wire, retired through accident at St Jovite and lost a radiator at Watkins Glen. Image © Vic Ofner, Click to buy a print for your home, office, or garage...from "John Straub Image Works. [11], He earned his first full-time Formula One drive in 1976, in John Surtees' team. I helped with some of the detail design and then Dave told me I had to see if I could build what I had drawn up! fastest race laps: 2016 Racing? 2018  L. Hamilton However, despite the success of the test, Jones was not offered a drive by March and for 1972, drove a GRD in Formula Three. 1979  J. Scheckter, 1980  A. Jones Jones helped put the team on the Formula One map in 1979 using the Williams FW07, after winning four races in the span of five events near the end of the season. The Bozzani PA (Alan Johnson) 914-6 GT - sn 914.043.1571 This car was imported into the United States by Volkswagen-Porsche-Audi of America’s Culver City, California distributorship. Jones did not compete in Formula One during 1984, though he did drive some World Sportscar Championship races in 1983 and 1984. After retiring from F1 for good after 1986, Jones became a commentator with Channel Nine as part of their Formula One coverage in Australia in 1987, a role which lasted until 2002 with change of network rights for Formula 1. He was the first driver to win a Formula One World Championship with the Williams team, becoming the 1980 World Drivers' Champion and the second Australian to do so following triple World Champion Sir Jack Brabham. [7] Jones did enough that season to be kept on by GRD for the next year with a new sponsor and only lost the 1973 championship due to a misfiring engine in the last round at Brands Hatch. During his championship year in 1980, the AUTOCOURSE editor awarded Jones the No.1 slot not just because he was World Champion but because in the editor's opinion "Jones extracted every ounce of potential from the Williams FW07 -and more importantly, he did it consistently. A team was put together including, Don Jones, Vic Ofner, Pat Scanlan, myself, and Robbin Herring handling the teams PR.

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