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55. Eifelland E21 1972

S3383 March 721/Eifelland E21 No.22 German GP 1972 – Rolf Stommelen

Nowadays caravan builders are no longer important in Formula One. Not even in the paddocks, which had previously been a place for campers and tents. 416 more words

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53. McLaren M23 1974

S4359 McLaren M23 No.5 GP Brazil 1974 – Emerson Fittipaldi

Emerson Fittipaldi had already won the championship with Lotus. When he decided in 1973 to leave the team of Colin Chapman. 478 more words

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52. Brabham BT11 1965

S5253 Brabham BT11 Monaco GP 1965 – Frank Gardner

Actually the Australian Frank Gardner (1930-2009) was not predestinated for a career in motorsport. The man from Sydney rather tried as a lifeguard and potential boxing-champion. 358 more words

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51. HRT F111 2011

S3016 HRT F111 Chinese GP 2011 – Narain Karthikeyan

HRT, initially called Hispania Racing F1 Team, gave its debut in Formula 1 in 2010. Like Virgin and Team Lotus the Spaniards could not resist the temptation that Formula 1 would get a “budget cap”. 397 more words

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50. BRM P261 1967

S4794 BRM P261 British GP 1967 – David Hobbs

If Fernando Alonso competes in Indianapolis today, it is considered extraordinary. The same happens when Nico Hülkenberg contests (and wins) the 24 hours of Le Mans with Porsche. 393 more words

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49. Lotus 72E 1974

S4833 Lotus 72E No.30 South African GP 1974 – Paddy Driver

John Surtees was the most famous. But also Mike “the Bike” Hailwood was one of the rare species of racers who have successfully switched from two to four wheels. 398 more words

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48. Eifelland March E21 1972

S3382 Eifelland March E21 GP South African 1972 – Rolf Stommelen

At the beginning of the 1970s almost everything was possible in F1. Race car designers were barely limited. 449 more words

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