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Old 10 Jul 2002, 10:29 (Ref:330865)   #16
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His tyre's lasted the whole race
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Old 10 Jul 2002, 10:31 (Ref:330868)   #17
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First Picture: Jacky Ickx, Ferrari 312, Ferrari V12
Second Picture: Not sure...it COULD be a privateer McLaren? Jo Bonnier?
Third Picture: Jackie Stewert, Matra MS11 Matra V12
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Old 10 Jul 2002, 10:32 (Ref:330869)   #18
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The last picture and this one from 1967,
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Old 10 Jul 2002, 10:32 (Ref:330870)   #19
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WOW! How cool is that fourth picture? I am not sure what that car is, most likely it's at the Nurburgring, could it be Jackie Stewart (I think that's his helmet) in a BRM H16 in 1966/67?
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Old 10 Jul 2002, 10:55 (Ref:330893)   #20
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From 1969 Graham Hill
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Old 10 Jul 2002, 23:37 (Ref:331462)   #21
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More good pictures racing fxgt! I like the Ferrari pit shot - I wonder where that is. The chap on the right is head mechanic Borsari, I think, and in the background I reckon that's Mike Parkes alongside old Enzo.
That 1969 Graham Hill shot...is that coming up from that left hander at Jarama? Hard to tell.
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Old 11 Jul 2002, 09:46 (Ref:331610)   #22
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Here's G.Hill 1967
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Old 11 Jul 2002, 09:49 (Ref:331615)   #23
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And from 1968 same car and number but is it the same driver! different helmet
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Old 13 Jul 2002, 03:14 (Ref:333077)   #24
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There will be a lot of people missing a lot of good "60's" pics here.

Would you look for pics of 60's Grand Prix cars in a thread called "1970 Grand Prix"?
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Old 13 Jul 2002, 11:40 (Ref:333172)   #25
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That was the start of the thread and then found some more pic's, why start a new thread on the same subject with a few year's difference.Anyway here's some more, no information on car or driver.
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Old 13 Jul 2002, 11:45 (Ref:333178)   #26
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This one is a choice of three (Mario Andretti,Chris Amon,or Jo Siffert.In the STP March.
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Old 14 Jul 2002, 21:41 (Ref:333823)   #27
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Wettest race ever?

Which in your opinion was the wettest race ever?
My vote goes to Fuji '76
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How about the first Birmingham Super Prix. Or the Donington 500 ETCC race 1983? Silverstone 1988. There's loads and I think I've been at most of them.

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Old 14 Jul 2002, 22:49 (Ref:333867)   #29
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Aston Martin Owners Club StJohn Horsfall meeting August 1998, for me.

A bright but overcast morning of practice made way for torrential rain during the lunchbreak. They attempted to start the first race, an allcomers sports/GT event, with Win Percy in a Jaguar XJ220 on pole. However, halfway round the first lap, the field hit an unexpected rapids running across Silverstone's Club Straight. Most of the pack went every which-way, and the track was blocked by a wrecked Porsche 911RSR and a Shelby Cobra - expensive wreckage for a club event.

They red-flagged, and waited for the rain to stop. It didn't.

By the time the clerk of the course ordered the abandonment of the meeting, I was one of hundreds of soggy spectators cowering in Silverstone's pits garages, being pressed into service lifting all the various teams' tools and equipment off the floors, as hundreds of little rivers and lakes formed in the paddock and pits.
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The wettest race I ever attendend was the 1986 Mil Milhas Brasileiras (Brazilian 1000 Miles), in Interlagos.

That was not a race, it was 14 hours of nightmare. It took ten minutes before the race to feel like I had been thrown into a swimming pool, and it continued to rain buckets throughout the race. For most of the event the cars were crawling, doing no more than 150 km/h at the end of the straight (at best).
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