Formula One
(Auto racing)
Keke Rosberg
(Auto racing)
Alfa Romeo
Benetton Group
(Clothing and Textiles)
March Engineering
(Auto racing)
Hans-Joachim Stuck
(Auto racing)

See also

Danny Sullivan

Knowledge Identifier: +Danny_Sullivan


Danny Sullivan

Former American racing driver add

Category: Auto racing

Born in 1950.

Countries: (33%), Italy (17%), United Kingdom (17%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Formula One, Toyota, Keke Rosberg

Linked to: Chevrolet, Benetton Group, Jim Russell Racing School, Kentucky Military Institute




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Danny Sullivan was born in 1950 add something


Formula One - These became less common through the 1970s and 1983 saw the last non-championship Formula One race; the 1983 Race of Champions at Brands Hatch, won by reigning World Champion Keke Rosberg in a Williams-Cosworth in a close fight with American Danny Sullivan


In 1982, he made his d├ębut in the PPG Indycar series, and was recruited by the Tyrrell Formula One team for the season at the request of primary sponsor Benetton, who wanted an American driver add something


Adrian Newey - Newey's March 85C design took the 1985 CART title in the hands of Al Unser, and the 1985 Indy 500 with Danny Sullivan


He was series champion in 1988, third in 1986, fourth in 1984 and 1985, sixth in 1990 and seventh in 1989 and 1992 add something


In 1992, Rare released "Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat" for the Nintendo Entertainment System add something


In 1994, Sullivan took a sabbatical from Indycar racing, and joined ABC/ESPN as a color commentator add something


In 1994, he had some guest starts for Alfa Romeo in the DTM and together with Thierry Boutsen and Hans-Joachim Stuck he was third overall with the Dauer 962 LM at the 24 Hours of Le Mans add something


He returned to Indycar racing for one final year in 1995 add something


Sullivan and Michael Andretti were inducted into the Motorsports Walk of Fame on April 15, 2011, along the route of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, which both men have won add something