EVOLUSI MOBIL F1 SEPANJANG MASA


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Antoine Midy (FRA) 1951 Ferrari 212E. Monaco Historic Grand Prix, Monte Carlo, Monaco.


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Five time F1 World Champion Juan Manuel Fangio (ARG) (Centre in the background) is reacquainted with his 1954 Championship winning Mercedes W196. German Grand Prix, Rd 10, Nurburgring, 1 August 1976


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Stirling Moss (GBR) drives a 1955 Mercedes Benz W196. Coys International Historic Festival, Silverstone, 31 July 1994


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Tony Brooks (GBR) demonstrates a 1957 / 1958 Vanwall Grand Prix car. British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England, 16 July 1960


(5 / 55)
Stirling Moss – Cooper-Climax Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo, 10 May 1959


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Race winner Jack Brabham (AUS) Cooper Climax T53. Portuguese Grand Prix, Oporto, Portugal, 14 August 1960


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Phil Hill(USA) Ferrari 156, finished 2nd behind team mate Wolfgang von Trips(GER) British GP, Aintree, 15 July 1961


(8 / 55)
Graham Hill (GBR) BRM P57 took his first Grand Prix victory in the opening race of the season. Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort, 20 May 1962


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Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort, 23 June 1963 Winner Jim Clark Lotus 25


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John Surtees (GBR) Ferrari 158, 2nd place. Netherlands Grand Prix, Zandvoort, Holland, 24 May 1964


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Race winner Jim Clark (GBR) Lotus 33. Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort, 18 July 1965


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Jack Brabham (AUS) Brabham BT19, 4th place. Belgian Grand Prix, Spa, Belgium, 12 June 1966


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Denny Hulme (NZL) Brabham Repco BT20, 3rd place. Formula One World Championship, Rd3, Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort, Holland. 4 June 1967


(14 / 55)
Graham Hill (GBR), Lotus Cosworth 49B, finished the race in second place, giving him a three point lead in the championship. United States Grand Prix, Rd11, Watkins Glen, USA. 6 October 1968


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Race winner Jackie Stewart (GBR), Matra Cosworth MS80. French Grand Prix, Rd5, Clermont-Ferrand, France. 6 July 1969


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Jochen Rindt (AUT) retired the new Lotus 72 on lap 10 with ignition failure. Spanish Grand Prix, Jarama, 19 April 1970


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Jackie Stewart (GBR) Tyrrell 003 finished an uncharacteristic eleventh after struggling in the wet on his Goodyear tyres. Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort, 20 June 1971


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Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) Lotus 72D was running in second place when he retired on the eleventh lap with a kracked gearbox casing. German Grand Prix, Nurburgring, 1 August 1972


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World Champion Jackie Stewart (GBR) Tyrrell 006/2 did not compete in the race and ended his career on 99 GP starts following the tragic fatal accident of team mate Francois Cevert (FRA) during practice. United States Grand Prix, Watkins Glen, 7 October 1973


(20 / 55)
Winner Emerson Fittipaldi(BRA) Mclaren M23 Canadian GP, Mosport Park, 22 September 1974


(21 / 55)
Niki Lauda (AUT) Ferrari 312T took pole position and went on to win the race. Belgian Grand Prix, Zolder, 25 May 1975


(22 / 55)
James Hunt (GBR) McLaren M23 retired from fifth position with a broken transmission on lap 36. Belgian Grand Prix, Rd5, Zolder, 16 May 1976


(23 / 55)
Niki Lauda (AUT) Ferrari 312T2 did not start the race after he kracked a rib during the race morning warm-up, a legacy of the crash he suffered the previous year at the Nurburgring. Spanish Grand Prix, Rd 5, Jarama, Spain, 8 May 1977


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Mario Andretti (USA) Lotus 78 finished the race in fourth position. Brazilian Grand Prix, Rd 2, Jacarepagua, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 29 January 1978


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Jody Scheckter (RSA) Ferrari 312T3 finished the race in sixth position. Brazilian Grand Prix, Rd 2, Interlagos, Brazil, 4 February 1979


(26 / 55)
Carlos Reutemann(ARG) Williams FW07B finished 2nd behind team mate Alan Jones US GP East, Watkins Glen, 5 October 1980


(27 / 55)
Nelson Piquet(BRA) Brabham BT49C 3rd place US GP West, Long Beach, 15 March 1981


(28 / 55)
Alain Prost (GBR) Renault RE30B inherited victory when both Nelson Piquet (BRA) Brabham and Keke Rosberg (FIN) Williams were controversially disqualified for being underweight at the finish. Brazilian Grand Prix, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 21 March 1982


(29 / 55)
Nelson Piquet (BRA) Brabham BMW BT52 retired but was classified 13th German Grand Prix, Hockenheim, 7 August 1983


(30 / 55)
Niki Lauda(AUT), McLaren MP4-2, 2nd place. Dutch GP, Zandvoort, 26 August 1984


(31 / 55)
Winner Alain Prost (FRA) McLaren MP4/2B Brazilian GP, Rio de Janeiro, 7 April 1985


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Alain Prost (FRA) McLaren TAG MP4/2C finished in 2nd place. Portuguese Grand Prix, Estoril, Portugal, 21 September 1986


(33 / 55)
Nelson Piquet (BRA) Williams FW11B, Winner Hungarian Grand Prix, Hungaroring, 9 August 1987


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Ayrton Senna (BRA) McLaren MP4/4, 6th place. Portugese Grand Prix, Estoril, 25 September 1988


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Winner Alain Prost (FRA) McLaren MP4/5 Italian Grand Prix, Monza, 10 September 1989


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Race winner Ayrton Senna(BRA), Mclaren MP4-5B Belgian GP – Spa, Belgium, 26 August 1990


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Ayrton Senna (BRA) McLaren Honda MP4/6 German GP, Hockenheim, 28 July 1991


(38 / 55)
Nigel Mansell (GBR) Williams FW14B lead from the start to take victory in the wet conditions. Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, 3 May 1992


(39 / 55)
Race winner Alain Prost (FRA) Williams FW15C. Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, Spain, 9 May 1993


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Michael Schumacher (GER) Benetton B194 took victory in Spain. European Grand Prix, Jerez, Spain. 6 October 1994


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