Grand Prix Gold: 1991 British GP
Wind the clock back 21 years ago to the height of Mansell-mania and the sunstroked Silverstone crowd witnessed the first of two conquering British Grand Prix victories with the Williams-Renault FW14. This is Nigel Roebuck's report on one of 'Red Five's' most famous wins
The Best of British
It went almost exactly as planned, and they cheered his every lap as if the last. Nigel Mansell did not merely win the British Grand Prix; it surrendered to him.
From Magny-Cours, the Formula 1 circus upped sticks and high-tailed it up to the Channel ports and across the water to England. To the land where Magny-Cours winner Nigel Mansell is a national hero.
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