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  Jacky Ickx - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jacques Bernard (Jacky) Ickx, (born January 1, 1945 in Brussels) is a Belgian racing driver known for his success in Formula One and his six wins in the 24 hours of Le Mans.
Jacky finished third in France, second in England and won in Canada and in Germany on the Nürburgring, the last F1 race there before The Ring was made less bumpy and dangerous.
Ickx also co-drove to victory with Allan Moffatt at the 1977 Hardie Ferodo Bathurst 1000 in Australia, became champion of CAN-AM in 1979, and won the Rally Paris-Dakar in 1983 for Porsche.
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 Jacky Ickx - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Jacky Ickx, (born January 1, 1945 in Brussels) is a Belgian racing driver known for his success in Formula One and the 24 hours of Le Mans.
Ickx was able to win the GP at Zandvoort, but after that he had a lot of retirements, while Stewart took one win after the other.
Ickx could only proved that he was the Rain Master when he won the Race of Champions at Brands Hatch after having passed Nikki Lauda Ferrari by the outside at Paddock Bend.
www.northmiami.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Jacky_Ickx   (1348 words)

  
 Chequered Flag   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Jacky Ickx is not often described as a legend.
Jacky Ickx was born on the first day of January 1945, in Bruxelles, Belgium.
As Ickx slipped out of Formula One, he concentrated on Sports Car racing, and it was in this environment he would enjoy enormous success, winning the Le Mans 24 Hour on three consecutive occasions from 1975 to 1977, and again in 1981 and 1982, adding to his win in 1969.
cfm.globalf1.net /legends/jacky_ickx   (1240 words)

  
 Jacky Ickx   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Jacky Ickx began his Formula One career at the Nurburgring in 1967, where he drove a Matra F2 car.
Ickx took the win at Canada but during the next GP he only finished fourth, which was insufficient to take the title from Rindt.Maybe for the better, because there's not much honour in taking the title from a driver who has passed away.
The Ford GT-40 that Jacky Ickx drove with Jackie Oliver appeared at that time as an obsolete car, outperformed by the new Porsche 917 but also by the older Porsche 908[?] and the Ferrari, Matra and Alfa-Romeo.
www.city-search.org /ja/jacky-ickx.html   (1379 words)

  
 Le Mans 24 Hours news and history from "Maison Blanche"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
When Michel Cosson met Jacky Ickx in early May in Paris and orally confirmed the joint invitation extended by the ACO and the City of Le Mans, Jacky did not even try and hide the joy that he felt from being honoured both as a citizen and a driver.
Jacky is a man of great belief in principles and a huge and necessary point had been made.
Jacky's association with the race cannot be diminished and there are already plans to have him involved further in years to come in a technical and advisory capacity.
www.maisonblanche.co.uk /00ickxhc.html   (1837 words)

  
 GN Online: Ickx calls for unified bid from Middle East nations
Jacky Ickx, champion rally driver at the wheel of the original Porsche 959 which won the 1986 Paris-Dakar rally.
Ickx's long list of victories include a double as world champion (1982 and 1983), plus six victories at the 24-hour of Le Mans, where currently he is a racing director.
Ickx's colleague and Middle East champion in 1985 and 1992, Saudi-born Mamdouh Khayat, said the region faces sponsorship problems because of a limited market and limited popularity of motor sports.
www.gulf-news.com /Articles/print.asp?ArticleID=45525   (413 words)

  
 Jacky Ickx Tribute Page
Jacky Ickx, born as Jacques-Bernard Ickx on the 1st of january 1945 in Brussels, starts his F1 career at the Nurnburgring in 1966, where he drives a F2 car.
Ickx is able to win the GP at Zandvoort, but after that he has a lot of retirements, while Stewart takes one win after the other.
In 1973 the Ferrari is not competitive and Ickx only manages one 4th place during the opening GP of the season.
olympia.fortunecity.com /agassi/21   (921 words)

  
 International Motorsports Hall of Fame Press Releases   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
TALLADEGA, AL The fathers of both Jacky Ickx and Alan Kulwicki, who are among the six upcoming inductees into the International Motorsports Hall of Fame, were instrumental in their sons choosing racing as a career.
Jacques Ickx was a respected racing journalist and technical writer, covering all forms of motorsports and taking young Jacky with him when he was old enough.
Back in a Ferrari in 1970, Ickx won the Austrian, Canadian and Mexican GP's, and again was the runner-up in points, this time behind Jochen Rindt, who won the title despite being fatally injured in a crash at Monza before the end of the season.
www.motorsportshalloffame.com /press/03-25-02.htm   (797 words)

  
 Former F1 Driver Jacky Ickx Escapes Assault   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Former Formula One driver Jacky Ickx was lucky to escape an assault in Brussels on Wednesday, the Belgian newspaper La Derniere Heure reports today.
Ickx told the paper that he parked his Mercedes 500 near a restaurant, when two hooded and armed men assaulted him.
According to Ickx, The two sprayed tear gas in his face and fled away.
www.atlasf1.com /news/2000/feb/2001.htm   (130 words)

  
 Virtual garage - 1999 Goodwood Festival of Speed
Ickx is the son of a Belgian motoring journalist and historian Jacques Ickx.
Ickx proper debut came in a Cooper-Maserati at the 1967 Italian GP, immediately scoring a championship point.
Jacky Ickx has since shone brilliantly in Paris-Dakar and is hugely respected throughout the motor sporting world.
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 Articles - 24 Hours of Le Mans   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In 1969, for his first Le Mans 24 hours, a young Belgian talent and F1 GP winner, Jacky Ickx, made a pointed demonstration of the danger of this start method, when instead of running across the track to his machine, he slowly walked, then entered in his car and locked the safety belts properly.
Before the race Jacky Ickx had expressed to journalists that he considered the start procedure unsafe as it was not possible to fasten the seat belts properly.
Ickx, probably the most talented driver of this era under the rain, managed to bring the car from sixth at 8:00 pm to second at midnight.
www.gaple.com /articles/24_hours_of_Le_Mans   (11420 words)

  
 Ickx Elle
Jacky Ickx now is a close counselor to Mrs Strike and chairman of the Global Subcommittee.
Ickx never really was fascinated by the origins of political tendency.
Jackie for President Ltd. was a joint venture of nodna plc.
www.jackiestrike.com /ickx   (554 words)

  
 History of McLaren - Jacky Ickx   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Jacky Ickx spent a total of 13 seasons in Formula One, yet he drove only one race for Yardley Team McLaren in 1973.
Ickx qualified in fourth place and finished third.
After leaving Formula 1, Ickx went on to race in other motorsport disciplines including the Paris Dakar in 1983.
www.mclaren.co.uk /history/drivers/jackyickx.htm   (115 words)

  
 Tribute to Jacky Ickx > Home
Very often called Mister Le Mans, for his six victories at the famous race of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Jacky Ickx is one of the racing drivers that left their mark on the Twentieth Century as well for his gentleman attitude than his eloquent results list in so many racing disciplines.
Jacky Ickx is a tremendous ambassador of motorsports.
Jacky Ickx will give the departure of the rally of the Pharaons 2005 on September 26th.
www.jacky-ickx-fan.net /english/home.php   (729 words)

  
 The Nostalgia Column
Jacky Ickx, driving for Ferrari, was both the most fortunate and the least fortunate driver.
Jacky Ickx was again the winner, with Clay Regazzoni finishing second.
Jackie Stewart gave the Ferrari's a terrible time when he took pole and then cruised away to a seventeen second lead, before his car broke down.
www.atlasf1.com /99/can/preview/schot.html   (1755 words)

  
 ARA Model Review: Brumm 1:43 Scale Ferrari 312PB
Ickx and Clay Regazzoni drove the entry at Brands Hatch; Ickx was Fast Qualifier and led the race but lost eight laps after contact with a backmarker; the duo finished second.
Ickx and Andretti took their third consecutive win with victory at Brands Hatch; this time, however, they started second as the Regazzoni/Redman car was on the pole with Schenken/Peterson third.
Jacky and Mario won by one lap over Schenken and Peterson; the Regazzoni/Redman car lost fifteen minutes to an oil leak and finished fifth, fifteen laps down.
www.theautochannel.com /news/date/19980529/news012986.html   (3858 words)

  
 Exoto's Grand Prix Classics - Ferrari 312B
At the Mexican Grand Prix in October of 1970, Ickx qualified in third position and later won his third Grand Prix of the season.
By lap three, Ickx had taken the lead and, by half distance, he was 15 seconds ahead of his nearest competitor.
Jacky Ickx finished second in the 1970 Grand Prix championship.
www.exoto.com /Collectibles/GrandPrix/Ferrari312B/HistoryGPC97060.asp   (177 words)

  
 e 1000KM 1971
Jacky Ickx turned in a fantastic practice time of 7'36.1, almost 10 seconds faster than Rolf Stommelen in the Alfa Romeo 33.3.
Jacky Ickx wins the start in his Ferrari and finishes the first lap five second ahead of a three car battle, lead by Stommelen from Elford and Siffert.
Water and fuel is refilled and Ickx joins the fray in fourth position, which he looses to de Adamich, Rodriguez and van Lennep in the course of his first lap after the stop.
www.motorsportphotos.de /English/e_Stories___Photos/eHistory/e_1000KM_1971/e_1000km_1971.html   (572 words)

  
 Gulf GT40
Jacky Ickx at Brands Hatch in 1968 with GT40P/1075 and an unknown lady.
The usual driver pairings were altered for this race which put Paul Hawkins alongside Jacky Ickx.
The eventual winner, the car was driven by Jacky Ickx and Jackie Oliver.
www.gt40.org.uk /Gallery/Gulf.htm   (336 words)

  
 The Official Formula 1 Website   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Ickx, like Stirling Moss from an earlier generation, is often referred to as the 'greatest driver never to win a World Championship.' His Formula One debut was arguably the most spectacular of all time.
Ickx stayed with Ferrari until 1973 before moving to Lotus for the '74 season.
It was a disappointing year as the car proved to be uncompetitive at most tracks, and with no improvement in 1975, Ickx left the team mid-season, only making fleeting returns to Formula One racing afterwards (the last, for Ligier, in 1979).
www.formula1.com /race/news/2083/727.html   (547 words)

  
 e GPD 1972
Around the Eifel-mountains he found his master in Jacky Ickx - no doubt, the weekend belonged to the Belgian, who dominated practice and race very impressively driving his Ferrari 312B-2 in a class of his own.
Peterson, Stewart, Fittipaldi and Ickx being the speedy foursome at the top of the field from which pole-sitter Ickx emerges in the lead braking into the first lefthander.
The new Nürburgring lap record was established by Jacky Ickx in the course of the tenth lap with a 7'13.6 whereas Fittipaldis Lotus engine started to produce blue smoke...
www.motorsportphotos.de /English/e_Stories___Photos/eHistory/e_GPD_1972/e_gpd_1972.html   (906 words)

  
 GrandPrix.com > News > Recognition for Jacky Ickx
FORMER Grand Prix driver and multiple Le Mans 24 Hours winner Jacky Ickx has been the Clerk of the Course for the Monaco Grand Prix for 20 years and recently he was recognized for this work by the Monaco Government which made him an Officer in the Order of Saint Charles.
Ickx was presented with his award recently by Michel Boeri, the president of the Automobile Club de Monaco.
Now 58, Ickx has done only a few events since he retired from circuit racing in 1986.
www.grandprix.com /ns/ns06349.html   (145 words)

  
 Bienvenue sur DreamsCar.com - Bio Steve McQueen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This man’s career during which he had 101 professional victories always fascinated me. As skilful in sprints as in endurance and even rally raids, Jacky knew how to be fast in all disciplines.
Jacky wond the first of his 6 victories on the Sarthe circuit at the wheel of one of them.
In 1999, I had the vein of acquiring the Cup taken away by Jacky at the time of his Austrian Grand Prix victory in 1970, and this at the wheel of a Ferrari.
www.dreamscar.com /en/bio_jackyIckx.shtml   (295 words)

  
 Scale Race Cars Forums - Ferrari 512 S - Jacky Ickx - Le Mans 1970 - Fischer 1/24
This time I switch to Le Mans again, 1970 to be exact when Jacky Ickx tried to counter the works-Porsches with Ferrari nr 5, in which he succeeded pretty well until he crashed at Arnage, killing a marshal in the event.
Ickx was not to blame, but still this was something that kept going through his mind for a long time.
At the same time you started working on Ickx' 512, I had a picture of him on my scanner here, that I took last year in Goodwood.
www.scaleracecars.com /forums/showthread.php?p=1838   (1706 words)

  
 Jacky Ickx - International Motorsports Hall of Fame Member   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
By age 21, Ickx was driving one of Ken Tyrrell's Formula 2 cars, and at 23, won his first Grand Prix in France in 1968 driving a Ferrari.
In 1970, back in a Ferrari, Ickx won the Austrian, Canadian and Mexican GP's, and again wound up second in Formula 1 points, this time behind Jochen Rindt, who won the title despite being fatally injured in a crash at Monza before the end of the season.
Ickx posted victories in eight Grand Prix races during his career.
www.motorsportshalloffame.com /halloffame/2002/Jacky_Ickx_main.htm   (192 words)

  
 Sorna Jacky Ickx watch - 1970's
Dial signed, "Jacky Ickx - Easy Rider" and with a facsimile of his signature.
But who was Jacky Ickx I hear you cry...
Jacky Ickx was born in Bruxelles (Belgium) on 1st January 1945 and is the undoubted champion of Belgium Car
www.theretroworld.com /jacky.html   (259 words)

  
 Scuderia Ferrari   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Jacky Ickx returned to the team after a one year out.
Having won in Austria, Canada and Mexico Jacky Ickx came up his title after broken fuel-pipe failure during the US Grand Prix in Watkins Glen.
The following two races were gained by his teammate Jacky Ickx.
www.v-lo.krakow.pl /~marcin3/312b-uk.html   (239 words)

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