The Ferguson 99 was more than your average F1 car in the sixties.
It was the first Formula 1 car to have 4x4 drive, with a 50:50 weight distribution having the engine on the front. A weird recipe even for its days, but the truth is that in 1961, with Stirling Moss at the wheel, it won the International Gold Cup of Outon Park, beating just about everything else.
The last Saab ever to rally. It’s not like they didn’t have a good run; after all, this Saab 99 was the first turbocharged car to win a WRC stage. It also won two Sweden rally championships, between 77 and 79. But in 1982, due to production costs, Saab pulled the 99 out of rallying for good.