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Graham Hill, Jim Clark and Ritchie Gaither on the front row at Zandvoort in 1965.

First Row: Graham Hill, Jim Clark, Richie Ginther - Zandvoort 1965

Damn! Da wäre ich gerne dabei.   Goodwood hosts first-ever gathering of all three six-wheeler F1 cars //

Goodwood hosts first-ever gathering of all three six-wheeler cars: Williams, March & Tyrrell

Forever First 4

In RACER's Heroes V Issue: Forever First

nº Phill Hill, Ferrari Dino nº 5 Trevor Taylor, Lous GP Holanda 1962

The Italian Grand Prix; Monza, September 7, 1958. The flag has just dropped and the field surges forward, Tony Brooks and Stewart Lewis-Evans in the Vanwalls with Mike Hawthorn?s Ferrari 246/F1 between them.The nose ofStirling Moss? Vanwall is just visible. Brooks won with Hawthorn second. (Photo by Klemantaski Collection/Getty Images)

Monza GP, 1958 🇮🇹 Tony Brooks and Stewart Lewis-Evans in their green Vanwalls sandwich the red Ferrari Dino 246 of Mike Hawthorn on the starting grid. Tony Brooks would win the race.

Donington Park, Great Britain, October 1938: Hermann Muller (Auto Union D-typ) leads Dick Seaman (Mercedes-Benz W154)

Donington Park, Great Britain, October Hermann Muller (Auto Union D-typ) leads Dick Seaman (Mercedes-Benz

1975 - Monaco - Brabham - Carlos Pace

Brabham Martini Carlos Pace, Martini Brabham-Ford 1975 Monaco Grand Prix, on his way to a place finish

Mercedes Benz W125 Silver Arrow

1934 to 1939 Grand Prix Racing with Mercedes-Benz and the Silver Arrows

Stirling Moss - Dutch GP - Zandwoort 1958 - Vanwall VW10

Moss in the Dutch GP winning Shot shows extreme attention to aero for the day by Frank Costin. Borranis’ at front Moss’ preference for driver feel but cast alloy wheels adopted in 1958 to save weight. This Vanwall, wi