Chris Amon / Pedro Rodriguez with the Ferrari 312P at Brands Hatch, 1969.
The Ferrari 312PB at Brands Hatch, 1971.
Haven’t confirmed this yet, but I believe that is Clay Reggazoni.
1968, Brands Hatch.
Because wolves race in packs, obviously.
- Graham Hill (Lotus 49)
- Chris Amon (Ferrari 312)
- Denny Hulme (McLaren M7A)
- Jacky Ickx (Ferrari 312)
Proper men, proper cars, proper race track.
Hint: this is wallpaper sized.
Brands Hatch, 1968.
The Lotus 49 gets the first mounted wing suspension, which was later considered far too dangerous for competition.
Brands Hatch, 1984.
Renault garage, running the RE50, driven by Derek Warwick and Patrick Tambay.
British GP, 1964.
John Surtees in the Ferrari 158 leads Jack Brabham in the Brabham BT7.
1970 British Grand Prix, Brands Hatch.
— Denny Hulme (McLaren-Ford)
— Jean Pierre Beltoise (Matra)
— Jochen Rindt (Lotus)
Jochen Rindt with the Lotus 72C, at Brands Hatch, 1970.
He would die in a terrible crash 3 Grand Prixs later, in Monza.
Graham Hill celebrating his pole at Brands Hatch, 1968.
Brands Hatch, 1964.
#1 (and on the grid as well) is Jim Clark, on the Lotus 25.