F1 » Mansell to open used-car dealership with son Leo


Nigel Mansell back in the car selling game

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Paul Buckwell - Unregistered

December 30, 2012 12:03 PM

having met nigel and rosanne this year at the john surtees karting event at brooklands were nigel signed some pictures for me nothing was to much trouble. he is a peoples champion and always makes the effort to help.truely a living legend.

Taipan

December 30, 2012 1:10 PM
Last Edited 721 days ago

GoldenTroll, strange that you see Mansell as a legend, You constantly whine that Vettel's success is all down to the car but it doesn't seem to bother you that Mansell's only championship came thanks to the most dominant car in F1 history. Sometimes close to 3 seconds a lap faster than Senna's McLaren!
Patrese finishing the season ahead of Schumacher and Senna shows just how otherworldly that car was.

Hmmm GoldenTroll has vanished.

James Montgomery

December 30, 2012 4:04 PM

God this took Crash a while to catch on! He's been doing this for the last 12 months...

I was under the impression that it was to be a historic museum (charged admission fee) and petrol station!

Well... thats what the local paper stated anyway! (Yes, I am from Jersey)

Jersey Resident - Unregistered

December 30, 2012 11:29 PM

Living in Jersey I am pleased by what Nigel Mansell is doing for the Island it will hopefully bring some much needed tourism to the Island with his collection and fill a gap from the used car market......
Well done Nigel for your efforts in Jersey! looking forward to coming to First Tower garage and seeing your collection.

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