Zanardi: CART king to F1 failure

Zanardi: CART king to F1 failure

Alex Zanardi returned to F1 with Williams in 1999 as the superstar of the CART Indycar scene, but failed to score. In this candid interview he tells MARK GLENDENNING why

The November sun had long set at Fontana as Alex Zanardi drove away from the track after the CART World Series' 1998 season finale.

Earlier that afternoon he'd contested what he thought would be his final race in the US's premier open-wheel series. And, having already secured his second consecutive Indycar title, he picked a hell of a way to bow out.

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