Mario visited the Glen for the first time in 1968, it was also his first drive in a Formula One car. He did ok I guess, only put it on the pole.

Mario visited the Glen for the first time in it was also his first drive in a Formula One Lotus car. He did ok I guess, only put it on the pole.

1958 Italian GP Start…# 28 Tony Brooks & # 30 Stuart Lewis-Evans, both in Vanwall VW57’s & Mike Hawthorns’ Ferrari Dino 246. Brooks the winner of the race from Hawthorn & Hill. Lewis-Evans DNF.

Formula 1 photo: Tony Brooks is congratulated by Mike Hawthorn after his victory, Italian Grand Prix, Monza, September 1958

1973 Jody Scheckter, Yardley McLaren-Ford M23A,

Jody Scheckter at the 1973 British GP - the first-lap accident he triggered eliminated eleven cars!

A very fast American keeping good company with three World Champions.

Jim Clark, Denny Hulme, Jackie Stewart and Dan Gurney - 1967 German GP, Nürburgring

1971 Indy 500 front row . Peter Revson , Mark Donohue- McLaren M-16s. . Bobby Unser , Eagle

Peter Revson & Mark Donohue in the McLaren & Bobby Unser in the Eagle.

The Cahier Archive - Gallery Andretti 1977 France

Out of the dark Nürburgring forest, Jimmy Clark rushes towards the glaring light on his way to second place on the starting grid of the 1964 German Grand Prix (where John Surtees took pole).

the Turbine powered #40 STP, Andy Granatelli special. - Parnelli Jones 1967 Indy 500

Andy Granatelli with Parnelli Jones and the 1967 STP-Paxton Turbine Car which came within just a few miles of winning the Indianapolis 500 failing on lap 196 of

Jack Brabham's Brabham BT33 - Cosworth V8 (Spain 1970)

Jack Brabham's Brabham BT33 - Cosworth V8 (Spain 1970)

———– Lotus 49B - Ford Cosworth DFV (Brands Hatch... - SPEED

Lotus - Ford Cosworth DFV The 49 was a testbed for several new pieces of racecar technology and presentation. Lotus was the first team to use aerofo.

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