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    Formula 1 Cars, Drivers, and Tracks

    Unless there is a thread like this already posted somewhere enjoy.

    1. 1950 Monza (Clemente Biondetti Ferrari 166S, Emmanuel De Graffenried Maserati 4CLT-48, Philippe Etancelin Talbot Lago T26C)
    2. 1951 Pedrables (Juan-Manuel Fangio, Alfa Romeo 159)
    3. 1953 Reims (Maurice Trintignant, Gordini T16)
    4. 1954 Bremgarten (Juan-Manuel Fangio, Mercedes W196)
    5. 1954 Reims (Juan Manuel Fangio, Karl Kling, Mercedes W196's)
    6. 1955 Monaco (Alberto Ascari, Lancia D50)
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    1. 1955 Vukovich 2
    2. 1960 Oporto (Phil Hill, Ferrari 246)
    3. 1965 Daytona 2000km (Ken Miles, Lloyd Ruby, Ford GT40 MK.I
    4. 1965 Spa
    5. 1970 Clermont-Ferrand (Jackie Stewart, March 701)
    6. 1975 Nurburgring (Wilson Fittipaldi, Copersucar FD03)
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    1. 1975 Nurgurgring (Mario Andretti, Parnelli VPJ4)
    2. 1976 Zolder (Carlos Reutemann, Brabham BT45)
    3. 1977 Buenos Aires (Gunnar Nilsson, Lotus 78)
    4. 1977 Osterreichring (Jochen Mass, McLaren M26)
    5. 1978 Anderstorp (Mario Andretti, Lotus 79)
    6. 1978 Monaco (Jody Scheckter, Wolf WR1)
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    1. 1979 Dijion-Prenois (Jochen Mass Arrows A2, Gilles Villeneuve Ferrari 312T4)
    2. 1980 Circuit Paul Ricard
    3. 1980 Paul Richard (Jacques Laffite, Ligier JS11-15
    4. 1981 Hockenheim (Alan Jones, WIllams FW07C)
    5. 1982 Osterreichring (Keke Rosberg WIlliams FW08, Nigel Mansell Lotus 91, Jacques Laffite Ligier JS19, Niki Lauda McLaren MP4-1B
    6. 1983 Jacarepagua (Alain Prost Renault RE30C, Niki Lauda McLaren MP4-1c)
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    1. 1986 Zandvoort (Ayrton Senna Lotus 97T, Alain Prost McLaren MP4-2b)
    2. 1990 Monaco (Alain Prost, Ferrari 641)
    3. 1995 Nurburgring (Gabriele Tarquini, Tyrrell 023)
    4. 2000 Magny-Cours (Michael Schumacher Ferrari F1-2000, David Coulthard McLaren MP4-15)
    5. Nigel Mansell Ferrari 640
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    I have so many that need more info, could you guys try and gather a little for the unsorted f1 pics. Info requested would be, car, track, possible drivers, stuff like that.

    1. 1970, Jarama Spanish GP (Jackie Stewart's Tyrrell 001, Jackie Oliver's BRM P153.)
    2. 1980 British GP, Brands Hatch (
    3. 1979 Arrows A1B (Jochen Mass, Riccardo Patrese)
    4. 1980 Monaco GP (Gilles Villeneuve, Ferrari 312T5)
    5. 1982 Monaco GP (McLaren MP4B, Niki Lauda, #1 - Brabham BT50, Nelson Piquet)
    6. 1973 (Tyrrell 006, Jackie Stewart)
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    1. 1974 (Ferrari 312B3, Clay Regazzoni)
    2. 2008 (Williams FW30, Kazuki Nakajima)
    3. 2008 Singapore GP (Williams FW30, Nico Rosberg. Force India VJM01)
    4. 2008 Turkish GP Istanbul
    5. 2008 Bahrain GP. (Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari F2008)
    6. 1970 (Tyrrell 001, Jackie Stewart. Maybe 1970 Watkins Glen)
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    1. 1967 Spa Francorchamps (#21 - Lotus 49 of Jim Clark, #32 - Cooper T81 of Guy Ligier)
    2. 1957 Monaco GP (Juan Manuel Fangio in a Ferrari 801)
    3. 1967 Spa Francorchamps (Cooper Maserati, Jochen Rindt)
    4. ?
    5. ?
    6. ??
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    1. 1969 Nürburgring (Piers Courage, Brabham Ford)
    2. 1975 (Nikki Lauda, Ferrari 312T)
    3. 1975 (Carlos Pace, Brabham BT44 Ford)
    4. 1976 (Carlos Reuttemann and Carlos Pace, Brabham BT45 Alfa Romeo)
    5. 1976 Monaco (Clay Regazzoni, Ferrari 312T)
    6. 1977 Monaco (Patrick Depailler, Tyrell P34)
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    1. 1977 (James Hunt, McLaren M26)
    2. 1978 Monaco (Clay Regazzoni, Shadow Ford, Monaco)
    3. 1978 (Reutemann, Andretti, Hunt, Peterson and Lauda; Ferrari 312T, Lotus, McLaren M26, Lotus and Brabham; Jarama)
    4. 1979 (J.P. Jabouille, Renault RS10)
    5. 1979 (Gilles Villeneuve, Ferrari)
    6. 1980 (Jochen Mass and Ricardo Patrese, Arrows A3)
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    Post #6.
    Photo 1. I'd suppose car #1 to be Jackie Stewart's Tyrrell 001 during 1970 Spanish GP at Jarama. In this case burning car in a background could well be Jackie Oliver's BRM P153.

    Photo 2. Start of 1980 British GP at Brands Hatch. Cars #25 and #26 - Ligier JS11/15 driven by Didier Pironi and Jacques Laffite, #27 and #28 - Williams FW07B, Alan Jones and Carlos Reutemann, #5 - Brabham BT49 of Nelson Piquet, #23 and #22 behind it - Alfa Romeo N179 of Bruno Giacomelli and Patrick Depailler, #8 - McLaren M29C driven by Alain Prost, #4 and #3 - Tyrrell 010, Derek Daly and Jean-Pierre Jarier. The rest you can find by yourself with the help of statistic websites.

    Photo 3. 1979 Arrows A1B of Jochen Mass and Riccardo Patrese. Can't say anything about the track yet.
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    Post 8 #5, Indycar.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4 View Post
    Post 8 #5, Indycar.....
    So is #3.

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    Photo 4. 1980 Monaco GP, Gilles Villeneuve, Ferrari 312T5.

    Photo 5. 1982 Monaco GP. #8 - McLaren MP4B, Niki Lauda, #1 - Brabham BT50, Nelson Piquet.

    Photo 6. Tyrrell 006, 1973, Jackie Stewart. Stewart drove car #5 in Zolder, Monaco, Anderstorp, Paul Ricard, Silverstone, Zandvoort, Nuerburgring, Ostrerreichring, Monza, Mosport and Watking Glen (where he did not start due to his teammate, Francois Cevert, fatal accident), i.e. every race since Zolder.

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    Post #7.
    Photo 1. Ferrari 312B3, Clay Regazzoni. Seemingly 1974.
    Photo 2. 2008 Williams FW30, Kazuki Nakajima.
    Photo 3. 2008 SIngapore GP, Williams FW30 of Nico Rosberg. Force India VJM01 in a background.
    Photo 4. 2008 Turkish GP start, Istanbul. The cars are clear, I believe
    Photo 5. 2008 Bahrain GP. Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari F2008 (aka Ferrari 659).
    Photo 6. Tyrrell 001, Jackie Stewart. Maybe 1970 Watkins Glen.

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