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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob
    Ahhh.... how many of you would have said renault last year?

    HAHA good point m8 ! looks like some of the people here haven't a certain team ... btw ferrari for evr even in bad times !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stratos
    HAHA good point m8 ! looks like some of the people here haven't a certain team ... btw ferrari for evr even in bad times !!!
    Welcome back , and I support your choice
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4
    Welcome back , and I support your choice
    Hm...i've always hated shoe maker, i've always been a Williams fan, since the days of Nigel Mansel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suka
    Hm...i've always hated shoe maker, i've always been a Williams fan, since the days of Nigel Mansel.
    that's were the generation differences come in: Surtees, Amon, Bandini, Scarfiotti, Parkes, Ickx, anyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4
    that's were the generation differences come in: Surtees, Amon, Bandini, Scarfiotti, Parkes, Ickx, anyone?
    You'd be surprised. If Lotus still raced i would be with them, Hill and Jim Clark are my Favorite drivers of all time.
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    Clark, Stewart, Hill, Peterson
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matra et Alpine
    Clark, Stewart, Hill, Peterson
    I cannot think of one TEAM that all these 4 drove for, unless Stewart drove a Lotus that I never heard of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4
    I cannot think of one TEAM that all these 4 drove for, unless Stewart drove a Lotus that I never heard of.
    He drove for them on a few one-off bases when he was then offered a full time position Which he turned down to go with BRM.

    eg he drove a Lotus 33 at Kyalami GP

    Also, they all drove Lotus saloons at various times !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matra et Alpine
    He drove for them on a few one-off bases when he was then offered a full time position Which he turned down to go with BRM.

    eg he drove a Lotus 33 at Kyalami GP

    Also, they all drove Lotus saloons at various times !!!
    so your answer to the question of the thread is: Lotus
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4
    so your answer to the question of the thread is: Lotus
    can't ........ type ......... hurts ........ should say MATRA ...... want to say Tyrrell ......... have .... to ..... agree ............. LOTUS

    Actually it's a damn close run thing for me between Tyrrel and Lotus.
    Each had great leaders and innovation.

    Actually I'd like to say ALPINE but the 500 was only put on the track as a RENAULT. The FIRST of the F1 Turbos ( based on all those lovely Gordini small block engines that came before )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matra et Alpine
    can't ........ type ......... hurts ........ should say MATRA ...... want to say Tyrrell
    I thought that would indeed be the reason for you to include Stewart earlier
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    Hm...Lotus, actually i have one!!
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    Renault, I have been supporting them since they came back to F1. That's my favourite F1 team at the moment, not of all time. It's between BRM and Lotus for me.
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