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Evolution of the Formula 1 Car 1920 to 2012
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WILLIAMS RENAULT FORMULA ONE DRIVER NIGEL MANSELL...Keep
Count Zborowski's huge Zeppelin engine racer...Keep
Stirling Moss gets some tips from his dad Alfred...Keep
Stirling Moss races during the RAC 500cc race at...Keep
Raymond Mays, Raymond Mays ERA B-TypeKeep
Luigi Villoresi leads Scuderia Ambrosiana...Keep
Twenty six drivers representing Britain, Italy,...Keep
Italian Giuseppe Farina in the closing stage of...Keep
The races roar off the starting grid at the start...Keep
Ferrari's German driver Wolfgang von Trips leads...Keep
Start of the W.D. & H.O. Wils Trophy at...Keep
John Surtees, Surtees TS7Keep
Jody Scheckter in his Tyrrell-Ford. The South...Keep
The new Lotus 78 (codenamed the John Player...Keep
Lotus boss Colin Chapman at the launch of the new...Keep
Northern Irishman John Watson waves to the crowd...Keep
Elio de Angelis aboard his Lotus 94T during...Keep
Britain's Nigel Mansell aboard his Lotus 94T...Keep
Drivers Ayrton Senna (sitting in car) and Satoru...Keep
Brazilian Ayrton Senna in his McLaren Honda on his...Keep
Nigel Mansell driving in to the pitsKeep
Brabham's Damon HillKeep
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