Before Silverstone was butchered in 1991.
Alesi , Berger Benetton - Renault 1996
King DC. Aint no party like a mid90’s-pre-narrow-wheelbase party.
Jenson Button Benetton - Renault 2001
Now THAT is a nice looking automobile.
Before the selfie, there was the photobooth. Rainer Schlegelmilch captures the class of ‘86, in a variety of poses and outfits.
L-R: Martin Brundle, Philippe Streiff, Nigel Mansell, Nelson Piquet, Johnny Dumfries, Ayrton Senna, Patrick Tambay, Alan Jones, Andrea de Cesaris, Alessandro Nannini, Teo Fabi, Gerhard Berger.
Seriously though, if the stewards/FIA still give a toss about that “one move and one card width space” rule they brought in then they’d at least be giving Seb Vet a grid penalty or a couple of “penalty points” or whatever bogus system it is called.
First Benedict Cumberbatch, now the singer from ACDC? Whatever happened to all the former drivers?
Whatever happened to that rule where if you left less than a car width you’d get a pen?
Would be a shame to see Lewis lose the race on a technicality, but Vettel’s move there on Felipe clearly breaks that rule. Reminds me of something Schumi would’ve done.