Showing 1 - 10 of 69 Stories for Jackie Stewart
RUGGED NATIVES AND SWINGING GLOBE-TROTTERS BLEND AT INDY
Jackie Stewart, 28, of Scotland. In his swift rise to fame in Indianapolis and Grand Prix racing, Stewart has been both brilliant and unlucky. Two years ago he was ...
SITTING PRETTY IN ROME
... in Hyattsville, Md. At Duke one of his closest friends was Paul Stewart, from Scotland, the son of the retired Formula One racer Jackie Stewart.
I'VE GOT THE CAR RIGHT HERE
Jimmy Clark, killed in Germany, was to have driven one of the cars, but Andy does have Graham Hill, who has won Indy; Jackie Stewart, who just might; and ...
THE GRAND PRIX WAS A GASSER
Someone else asked Graham Hill to hold still for a picture, and Jackie Stewart, the wee Scot, stood around accepting congratulations on a brand-new 9-pound ...
Annemarie on a spree
She crushed the opposition early and now the cannonball queen of racing is coolly coasting home
Fast shadow at 5 o'clock
If beards grow the way the Indy cars go, Gary Bettenhausen will soon become a ripping Van Winkle
GENTLEMEN, JUNK YOUR ENGINES
Scotland's Jackie Stewart conked out on the fourth turn—right where he conked out last year, when he had the race won. Others had brief dashes at glory.
Big Play Scott McCarron lost the Nissan Open when he fell victim to Riviera's curse of the kikuyu
Having played in the 1981 and '82 L.A. Opens, I've seen enoughof the Riv to know the course's cardinal rule: chip over, notthrough, the kikuyu ...
Big Hitter, Even At The Games Sale and Pelletier? Team Canada? Barenaked Ladies? Nope. Mike Weir rules in the Great White North, which was apparent during his week at the Salt Lake City Olympics
The most popular Canadian athlete in the E Center in Salt LakeCity last Friday afternoon sat in section 124, row 22. That mayhave had ...
Plimpton has done it again. Which is the problem with "Mad Ducks and Bears"
George Plimpton's new book is called Mad Ducks and Bears (Random House, $7.95), but it could as easily have been titled Son of Paper Lion.