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Tim Schenken, Zandvoort 1974, Trojan T103

Tim Schenken, Zandvoort 1974, Trojan T103

Jos Verstappen together with the Bridgestone crew during a test session for the new tires. The company was preparing its entrance in Formula 1 in 1997.  The car is a Ligier JS41 powered by a Mugen Honda MF-301h, 2,998 cc (182.9 cu in), 72° V10, NA, mid-engine, longitudinally mounted.  1996

Jos Verstappen together with the Bridgestone crew during a test session for the new tires. The company was preparing its entrance in Formula 1 in 1997. The car is a Ligier JS41 powered by a Mugen Honda MF-301h, 2,998 cc (182.9 cu in), 72° V10, NA, mid-engine, longitudinally mounted. 1996

Colin Chapman & Graham Hill

Colin Chapman & Graham Hill

Roger Williamson, STP March Racing Team, March 731 Ford, GBR or NED Grand Prix (1973).

Roger Williamson, STP March Racing Team, March 731 Ford, GBR or NED Grand Prix (1973).

Ayrton Senna, Alain Prost and Michael Schumacher

Ayrton Senna, Alain Prost and Michael Schumacher

Jean-Pierre Beltoise

Jean-Pierre Beltoise

Henri Pescarolo Matra MS7 Ford

Formel skurril: Die verrücktesten Formel 1-Autos aller Zeiten

Henri Pescarolo Matra MS7 Ford

Guy Edwards, Lola T332 - European Formula 5000, Mallory Park 1974 - © LAT

Guy Edwards, Lola T332 - European Formula 5000, Mallory Park 1974 - © LAT

Jackie Stewart hands the championship trophy to Nina Rindt in the absence of her husband who died chasing this trinket. Surely the saddest photograph in motorsport.

Jackie Stewart hands the championship trophy to Nina Rindt in the absence of her husband who died chasing this trinket. Surely the saddest photograph in motorsport.

When teams arrived at the Montjuic street circuit in Barcelona for the 1975 Spanish Grand Prix they found the circuit poorly prepared. They took it upon themselves to divide the circuit into sections with each team taking responsibility for tightening and checking the guardrails to preempt a drivers' strike. This would be the last F1 race held at the specular mountaintop circuit.

When teams arrived at the Montjuic street circuit in Barcelona for the 1975 Spanish Grand Prix they found the circuit poorly prepared. They took it upon themselves to divide the circuit into sections with each team taking responsibility for tightening and checking the guardrails to preempt a drivers' strike. This would be the last F1 race held at the specular mountaintop circuit.

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