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Old 27 May 2018, 05:36 (Ref:3824859)   #16
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Bernie's team & those little yellow teapots.



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Old 31 May 2018, 07:48 (Ref:3825812)   #17
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This was actually the first sponsorship livery.

Rhodesian John Love's very pretty Team Gunston Brabham Repco with Gunston cigarette sponsorship at the 1968 South African Grand Prix.


Jim Clark won the race, his last GP, and we all know what that looked like.




Chapman just copied a good idea!
Wasn't Yeoman Credit the first known sponsor???
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Old 31 May 2018, 11:10 (Ref:3825845)   #18
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Wasn't Yeoman Credit the first known sponsor???
I found this on Wikipedia about Yeoman Credit.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yeoman_Credit_Racing
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Old 1 Jun 2018, 07:02 (Ref:3825973)   #19
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I think advertising brands on the car was banned before 1968-hence team name allowed-Thinwall spl,Vanwall,Yeoman Credit,Bowmaker-Yeoman;UDT-Laystall?
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Old 18 Jun 2018, 12:46 (Ref:3831627)   #20
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Latest vid of the series. F1 needs an Irish team again.



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This was actually the first sponsorship livery.

Rhodesian John Love's very pretty Team Gunston Brabham Repco with Gunston cigarette sponsorship at the 1968 South African Grand Prix.


Jim Clark won the race, his last GP, and we all know what that looked like.




Chapman just copied a good idea!
I was a boy at the time and saw this car race many times. Love was my first racing hero.
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Old 28 Jul 2018, 10:25 (Ref:3839261)   #22
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Hi everyone. Couple more videos have been created in the F1 Livery Histories series. This time we've got an automotive giant in Toyota & everyone's favourite underdog team, Minardi. Hope you enjoy :-)



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Old 1 Aug 2018, 03:14 (Ref:3840531)   #23
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Then you must know the story between Minardi and the minor formula series & Indycar = Their links with Sighinolfi et al and also Stoddy's adventures at the States.
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Then you must know the story between Minardi and the minor formula series & Indycar = Their links with Sighinolfi et al and also Stoddy's adventures at the States.
I actually don't know very much about Indycar at all tbh. Were there any notable drivers that Minardi picked up through Indycar?
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I guess the real truth is that John Love and Gunston just copied Indycar and their sponsorship liveries.
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I love liveries, I have made F1 busts mostly of past liveries. Here are some I have made;



I love making these, I love how the colours vary. As an F1 fan it's good to be able to make my own ornaments because I can't really afford to buy the more expensive memorabilia myself. These ones here are the ones I have made this year, most I sold but I also make them for myself.
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Hi everyone, just thought I'd pop by and update the thread on all of the latest videos.



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Interesting that Sauber are now the fourth longest surviving team in F1, says a lot
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I suppose Racing Point can trace a lineage back to 1991; but then, in a way, Mercedes can point to antecedents as far back as the Tyrrell team in the late 60s.
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I suppose Racing Point can trace a lineage back to 1991; but then, in a way, Mercedes can point to antecedents as far back as the Tyrrell team in the late 60s.
In the late '60s Tyrrell had a contract with Matra.
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