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amjayes:

"Some while ago I suggested that Grand Prix racing has become such an organised circus, that rather than travel about all over the world, we decide on a central location, run all the races there, merely changing the organisers, the decor and the crowds, bringing them in in jumbo jets. One month we have the Spanish GP, the next month the French, and so on, and all the performers stay there all the time. My main point being that all the newly-constructed and "designed" circuits were conforming to the same dull Mickey Mouse pattern, with no spark of imagination or challenge among them. " - Denis Jenkinson in 1971 (after the old Spa-Francorchamps got dropped from the F1 calendar)
amjayes:

Stavelot.
doyoulikevintage:

1956 Jaguar D Type Lemans.
formula1-1965-1979:

Pedro Rodriguez , Lotus 33 Climax. Reims 1966.
redhousecanada:

Graham Hill. Lotus Type 72. The birth of sponsorship.
jacqalan:

Monaco 1968, Jackie Oliver´s Lotus 49 Ford .
formula1-1965-1979:

Renault RS01 at 1979 Spanish Grand Prix
definemotorsports:

ptototipo
definemotorsports:

I would’ve enjoyed to see a Group C Alfa race at Le Mans
frenchcurious:

Départ Grand Prix de Belgique - Spa Francorchamps 1970 - Formula 1 HIGH RES photos (Old and New) Facebook
frenchcurious:

Ignazio Giunti (Ferrari) Grand Prix de Belgique - Spa Francorchamps 1970 -  Formula 1 HIGH RES photos (Old and New) Facebook