JANUARY 13, 2005
Martin Brundle goes ice racing
Last weekend at Isola 2000 Martin Brundle made his debut in the Trophee Andros ice racing series at the wheel of a Renault Megane which is usually driven by Laurent Battut and Philippe Gervoson. Brundle, who competed in 142 Grands Prix in the 1980s and 1990s and won the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1990, found that ice racing requires a lot of different skills and did not figure strongly in the races, in which he was up against the likes of Yvan Muller, Alain Prost and Franck Lagorce. Brundle intends to get the hang of the sport and will be back in action again at the Lans-en-Vercors event this weekend.
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