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Old 22 May 2006, 21:07 (Ref:1616639)   #1
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Some images from saturday.






Tecno 1973




Brabham BT42/3 1973


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Old 24 May 2006, 08:22 (Ref:1617675)   #2
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very nice shots - I was sat at the top of the Casino grandstand on the Sat - am still in Monaco until Monday so will add some of my shots then
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Old 24 May 2006, 13:30 (Ref:1617893)   #3
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Cool stuff. Thought I had covered every angle, but missed that one. My shots (240 high res) and report can be found here.

http://www.ultimatecarpage.com/frame...em.php&rid=107
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Old 24 May 2006, 18:28 (Ref:1618123)   #4
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Cool stuff. Thought I had covered every angle, but missed that one. My shots (240 high res) and report can be found here.

http://www.ultimatecarpage.com/frame...em.php&rid=107

Those are fantastic shots - the trouble with being stuck in a grandstand as I am is that your pics pretty much look the same
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Old 25 May 2006, 14:21 (Ref:1618696)   #5
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Those are fantastic shots - the trouble with being stuck in a grandstand as I am is that your pics pretty much look the same
Yeah I walked the track both on Saturday and Sunday to get as many angles as possible. The grandstands are still closer than we can get at most other tracks though.
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Leglizone and WouterM,

Thanks for sharing those excellent photos of the historic cars. You've provided me with further inspiration to make a pilgrimage to Monaco to see both the historic and the present-day F1 races.
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In two years time, there will be a two week gap between the Historique and Modern GPs. Hopefully Pau will be on the weekend in between........
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That Techno brings back memories (see post 1). I marshalled at the 73 British Grand Prix and was kipping in a tent alongside what normally was the Silverstone Club Straight. Techno were having all sorts of problem with the engine and were working late into the night to fix it, We had all been in the bar for a few jars (or more) but nipped into the pits at about 1am to see what was going on. Techno had just started changing yet another engine. Anyway we headed off to the tent for at least a few hours sleep before our 7.30am sign on. Unfortunately Techno managed to change the engine by 4.30 and spent the next half an hour making sure it was ok by having a mechanic drive the bloody thing up and down the Club Straight for half an hour. That was a noisy engine at the best of times but at 4.30 in the morning, with a semi hangover and about 10 feet away it was

I have also forgotten how wide the chassis was!
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