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1968 GP Meksyku (Graham Hill Lotus 49B - Ford; Jo Siffert Lotus 49B - Ford; Jackie Stewart  Matra MS10 - Ford)

Graham Hill (Gold Leaf Lotus-Ford next to Jo Siffert (Rob Walker Lotus-Ford & Jackie Stewart (Matra-Ford

From the era of real cars and drivers...

Jochen Rindt (A) - Lotus (Ford Cosworth fuel pump Gold Leaf Team Lotus

Paddock Life :  Lotus F1 1969

Final prep in the Lotus pit garage, for the cars of Hill and Rindt.

Rob Walker Racing Team (Lotus 72 - Ford) Graham Hill

Rob Walker Racing Team (Lotus 72 - Ford) Graham Hill Italian GP practice Withdrawn after Jochen's fatal crash.

Rouen les Essarts

1968 Rouen GP Graham Hill (broken down car) and Jo Siffert in his car, asking Graham for his helmet visor

Immagine

Emerson Fittipaldi, taking a corner in the rain during the 1972 Monaco Grand Prix in his Lotus

Graham Hill (Lotus-Ford 49C) Grand Prix de  Monaco 1970

Graham Hill, Rob Walker's Lotus Monaco Hill started from the pit-lane and fought his way up to fifth by the end, an achievement that was overlooked due to Rindt's electrifying drive.

Graham Hill, Lotus-Ford 49B, 1968 United States GP, Watkins Glen

Graham Hill in Lotus at United States Grand Prix in Watkins Glen, 1968

Graham Hill, Lotus 49, on his way to victory at Jarama 1968. After the deaths of Jim Clark at Hockenheim and Mike Spence at Indianapolis practice, this was a welcome bit of good news for Team Lotus.

Graham Hill, Lotus on his way to victory at Jarama After the deaths of Jim Clark at Hockenheim and Mike Spence at Indianapolis practice, this was a welcome bit of good news for Team Lotus.

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

1970 - F1 - Graham Hill - Lotus (33)

Graham Hill, in Rob Walker's Lotus Mont Tremblant This was the only time that this chassis finished a race, albeit 23 laps down.

Gran Premio del Brasile 1986, Elio De Angelis: Brabham

Elio de Angelis - 1986 Brazilian GP - Brabham For me this is still the most beautiful car ever built.

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