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Jackie Ickx—U.S. Grand Prix 1972

Jackie Ickx—U.S. Grand Prix 1972

Jackie Ickx in the Ferrari 312B2 driving to a 5th place finish in the 1972 U.S. Grand Prix at Watkins Glen. Full Article...

Depailler—Tyrrell P34 (1977)

Depailler—Tyrrell P34 (1977)

A vintage black & white shot of Patrick Depailler in the revolutionary (and then banned) six-wheeled Tyrrell, Monaco 1977. Full Article...

Cevert Triumphs

Cevert Triumphs

Surely there was never a more handsome GP driver than Francois Cevert? The tall Frenchman joined the Tyrrell March team in 1970 but, in Jackie Stewart's shadow, scored but a single Grand Prix victory before a tragic death at the 1973 USGP. Full Article...

Tyrrell 006 (1976)

Tyrrell 006 (1976)

Jodie Schecker's Tyrrell 006 — the car preceding the revolutionary three-wheeled P34 — being prepared in the "pits" for the 1976 US. Grand Prix West at Long Beach. Full Article...

Fittipaldi—Argentina 1973

Fittipaldi—Argentina 1973

Emerson Fittipaldi celebrates his first victory as reigning World Champion at the 1973 Grand Prix of Argentina. François Cevert placed 2nd and Jackie Stewart 3rd, both in Tyrrells. Full Article...

Ferrari Nose Best

Ferrari Nose Best

Richard Williams reminds us that in 1968-69 wings on race cars were universally panned as ugly, so we perhaps should take the hideous stepped noses of 2012 a bit more graciously. Full Article...

Cevert At the Karrusell

Cevert At the Karrusell

Francois Cevert in his Tyrrell 004 at the Nurburging's Karrusell corner in 1971. Full Article...

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