In 1993, Nigel Mansell did the unthinkable. After winning the 1992 Formula 1 championship, Mansell flew to America and won the ’93 Championship Auto Racing Teams (CART) Indy Car World Series championship for Newman-Haas Racing at the age of 40. With the wins, he became the only driver to hold both major open-wheel titles at the same time. Autoweek recently sat down with the 64-year-old Mansell on his home turf in the U.K. to get his take on the state of F1.
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