Driving this Carl Hogan-entered Lola T332-Chevrolet during the 1974 Formula 5000 season, Hobbs was the only driver not named Brian Redman or Mario Andretti to win a race, taking victory at Mosport.
Photo: Hal Crocker
We concluded last month’s opening segment of John Zimmermann’s interview with David Hobbs as he was preparing to turn his attention toward North America. Even though he would still contest a number of major races in Europe, the main focus of his competitive efforts turned toward the USA where he would continue his Hall of Fame career and eventually discover that there is life after racing. Were single-seaters always a target for you? David Hobbs: I’d always fancied driving single-seaters,…
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