Jan Lammers

Jan Lammers

1956-06-02 (age 65)


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Archive: The decade-long wait for a Dutch hero's F1 comeback

Formula 1's return to Zandvoort this weekend after 36 years has been made possible thanks to the efforts of promoter Jan Lammers and his team. The 1988 Le Mans winner endured his own personal long wait for a second shot at F1, and explained in Autosport's 10 September 1992 issue how he was approaching his return after a decade away

Rubens Barrichello set for Le Mans debut with Jan Lammers' team

Eleven-time Formula 1 race winner Rubens Barrichello is on course to contest the Le Mans 24 Hours for the first time next year with a new Dutch entrant

Lammers to race against former team-mate Brundle in Le Mans support

Sportscar legend Jan Lammers will compete against former TWR-Jaguar team-mate Martin Brundle in the main support race at next month's Le Mans 24 Hours

Ex-F1 racer Jos Verstappen plans Le Mans return with Jan Lammers

Ex-Formula 1 driver Jos Verstappen could be part of an all-Dutch squad at next year's Le Mans 24 Hours

Lammers to make 21st Le Mans start

Sportscar veteran Jan Lammers will make his 21st start at the Le Mans 24 Hours this year after signing for American LMP1 team CytoSport

Lammers optimistic for new season

Jan Lammers is hoping that Racing for Holland will be more competitive in 2007 thanks to a closer relationship with Dome

Hour 17: Lammers spins but survives

Jan Lammers escaped a high-speed spin in his Racing for Holland Dome-Judd, and continues to run in fifth place in the Le Mans 24 Hours.

Lammers optimistic for race

Jan Lammers is confident that his Racing for Holland Dome-Judd will continue to be strong in the race after it qualified an excellent fourth on the grid, ahead of two of the customer Audi R8s

Qualifying 1: Lammers sets early pace

Jan Lammers claimed provisional pole position for the Le Mans 24 hours in today's first qualifying session. Driving the Racing For Holland Dome, Lammers spent the entire two-hour session in the hot seat, setting a 3h31.355s shortly before the one-hour mark

Lammers happy with Dome pace

Jan Lammers was the surprise star of the first half of Wednesday's practice at Le Mans. The 1988 winner put his Racing for Holland Dome in third place at the session break, behind only the two works Audis