The Champions: 70 Years of Legendary Formula One Cars

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The sharknose Ferrari was such an innovative design compared to other cars of the era. That's that standout of your recent posts for me.
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I will wave my flag for the Cooper.
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1965: Jim Clark - Lotus 33

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SPARK model / Lotus 33 / British Grand Prix 1965 - winner

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Contemporary advertising in my racing program for the British Grand Prix

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Driver points 1965:

1. Jim Clark / Lotus - 54 p.
2. Graham Hill / BRM - 40 p.
3. Jackie Stewart / BRM - 33p.

1966: Jack Brabham - Brabham BT 20

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SPARK model / Brabham BT 19 / Dutch Grand Prix 1966 - winner

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My original autograph

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SPARK model / Brabham BT20 / Mexican Grand Prix 1966 - 2nd

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The drivers / race program British Grand Prix 1966

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Driver points 1966:

1. Jack Brabham / Brabham - 42 p.
2. John Surtees / Ferrari & Cooper - 28 p.
3. Jochen Rindt / Cooper - 22 p.

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1967: Denis "Denny" Hulme - Brabham BT 24

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SPARK model / Brabham BT24 / German Grand Prix 1967 - winner

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My original autograph

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My original race program

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Driver points 1967:

1. Denny Hulme / Brabham - 51 p.
2. Jack Brabham / Brabham - 46 p.
3. Jim Clark / Lotus - 41 p.

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Excellent stuff from a great era.

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Some of my favorite cars and drivers! Nice job!
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Fantastic job here!

What a great journey across the F1 champions.

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1968: Graham Hill - Lotus 49B

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QUARTZO model / Lotus 49 / GP South Africa 1968 - 2nd

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QUARTZO model / Lotus 49B / GP Monaco 1968 - winner

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QUARZO model / Lotus 49B / GP USA 1968 - 2nd

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QUARTZO model / Lotus 48B / GP Mexico 1968 / winner

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Driver points 1968:

1. Graham Hill / Lotus - 48 p.
2. Jackie Stewart / Matra - 36 p.
3. Denis Hulme / Mc Laren - 33 p.

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Superb! Enjoyed these very much, really my era of F1 racing.

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Excellent line up

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Interesting to see the different wing configurations on the Lotus. Pity we don't see that anymore.
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An impressive line-up of Graham Hill cars. Although being the very English Gent that he was he may have been asking for "chips" and a "cup of tea" rather than fries and an espresso :lol: :lol:
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