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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4 View Post
    Spa for sure, but I would go for at least one year earlier and make the car a Cooper Maserati.
    I think you're right here. But still the number doesn't look like '29' to me, more like '19'. That's why I wrote 1968 and Brabham actually

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    Well you know I had this book, Grand Prix Fascination, which made things quite a lot easier.
    I don't have it, I used Internet resources
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    Thanks to Sledge and the others helping him identify.
    Does anybody happen to have a picture of Gilles sliding his Ferrari at some ludicrous angle? It's a head-on shot and I believe its black and white.
    EDIT: I found it on Google but the site no longer has it, so all there was this thumbnail:

    Does anyone have a larger version?
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    Post #25

    Pic 1: 1980, Alan Jones, Williams FW07.
    Pic 2: 1980, Nelson Piquet, Brabham BT49, Brands Hatch.
    Pic 3: 1981, Alain Prost and Rene Arnoux, Renault RS20, Monaco.
    Pic 6: 1975, Jean Pierre Jarier, Shadow DN5, Nürburgring.
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    Pic 1: 1976, Nikki Lauda and Clay Regazzoni, Ferrari 312T, Zolder.
    Pic 2: 1977, John Watson, Brabham BT45.
    Pic 3: 1977, Jody Scheckter, Wolf Cosworth, Monaco.
    Pic 5: 1980, J.P. Jabouille, Renault RE20.
    Pic 6: 1982, John Watson, McLaren MP4/1.
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    Pic 1: 1983, Patrick Tambay, Ferrari 126.
    Pic 2: 1983, Keke Rosberg, Williams Ford.
    Pic 3: 1968, J.P. Beltoise, Matra MS11, Monaco.
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    Quote Originally Posted by f6fhellcat13 View Post
    Thanks to Sledge and the others helping him identify.
    Does anybody happen to have a picture of Gilles sliding his Ferrari at some ludicrous angle? It's a head-on shot and I believe its black and white.
    EDIT: I found it on Google but the site no longer has it, so all there was this thumbnail:

    Does anyone have a larger version?
    That's with a flat and already partly destroyed tyre at the Tarzan Corner in Zandvoort, from there it was still more than 4 km to the pits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4 View Post
    That's with a flat and already partly destroyed tyre at the Tarzan Corner in Zandvoort, from there it was still more than 4 km to the pits.
    YouTube - Zandvoort 1979. Gilles Villeneuve on three wheels
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    1. 1965 Spa (Jackie Stewart, BRM P261
    2. 1968 Nurburgring (John Surtees, Honda RA301
    3. 1968 Zandvoort (Jackie Stewart, Matra MS10
    4. 1971 Brands Hatch Race of Champions (Emerson Fittipaldi, Lotus 56B)
    5. 1971 Montjuic Park (Graham Hill, Brabham BT34)
    6. 1972 Monaco (Jackie Stewart Tyrrell 004, Niki Lauda March 721X)
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    1. 1972 Monaco (Jacky Ickx, Ferrari 312B2
    2. 1975 Osterreich (Jody Scheckter, Tyrrell 007)
    3. 1977 Zolder (Gunnar Nilsson Lotus 78, Jochen Mass McaLaren M23, James Hunt McLaren M26)
    4. 1978 Montreal (Gilles Villeneuve, Ferrari 312T3)
    5. 1978 Montreal (Mario-Andretti, Lotus 79)
    6. 1979 Kyalami (Gilles Villeneuve, Jody Scheckter Ferrari 312T4s, Jean-Pierre Jabouille Renault RS01)
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    1. 1979 Watkins Glen (Elio de Angelis, Shadow DN9
    2. 1979 Watkins Glen (Gilles Villeneuve, Ferrari 32T4)
    4. 1980 Hockenheim (Rene Arnoux, Renault RE20)
    5. 1980 Zolder (Alain Prost, McLaren M29)
    6. 1954 Reims (Juan Manuel Fangio Mercedes W196s
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    Quote Originally Posted by f6fhellcat13 View Post
    Does anyone have a larger version?
    Little better, not high res though, few more from that race.

    1,2,3, 1979 Zandvoort (Gilles Villeneuve, Ferrari 312T4)
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    1. 1983 Brands Hatch (Keke Rosberg, WIlliams FW08C)
    2. 1983 Hockenheim (Stefan Johansson, Spirit 201C)
    3. 1983 Spa (Keke Rosberg, Williams FW08C)
    4. 1983 Spa (Keke Rosberg, Williams FW08C)
    5. 1984 Monaco (ayrton Senna, Toleman TG184)
    6. 1984 Monaco (Keke Rosberg, WIlliams FW09)
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    Found some from the 1979 Zandvoort race in decent high-res

    Gilles Villeneuve, Ferrari 312T4)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sledgehammer View Post
    1. 1979 Watkins Glen (Elio de Angelis, Shadow DN9
    2. 1979 Watkins Glen (Gilles Villeneuve, Ferrari 32T4)
    4. 1980 Hockenheim (Rene Arnoux, Renault RE20)
    5. 1980 Zolder (Alain Prost, McLaren M29)
    6. 1981 Montreal (Jacques Laffite Ligier JS17, Alain Prost Renault RE30)
    You've missed the last picture. Which is the same as the first in post #42.
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    Pic 4: 1979, Jody Scheckter, Ferrari 312T4.
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