een talks formula one

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Williams Wednesday … 10 years apart

Nigel Mansell, Canon Williams-Honda FW11 at Brands Hatch, 1986 British Grand Prix & Damon Hill, Rothmans WIlliams-Renault FW18, 1996 F1 World Championship

both cars took home the F1 Constructors Championship & gave Piquet & Hill the drivers title 

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Williams Wednesdays … arch enemiesDamon Hill (Rothmans Williams-Renault FW17) leading Michael Schumacher (Mild Seven Benetton-Renault B195), 1995 Monaco Grand Prix

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Williams Wednesdays … arch enemies

Damon Hill (Rothmans Williams-Renault FW17) leading Michael Schumacher (Mild Seven Benetton-Renault B195), 1995 Monaco Grand Prix

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Williams Wednesday … ready to raceRalf Schumacher, Winfield Williams-Supertec FW21, 1999 San Marino Grand Prix

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Williams Wednesday … ready to race

Ralf Schumacher, Winfield Williams-Supertec FW21, 1999 San Marino Grand Prix

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Williams Wednesday … ready to raceJacques Villeneuve, Rothmans Williams-Renault FW19, 1997 Brasilian Grand Prix, Interlagos

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Williams Wednesday … ready to race

Jacques Villeneuve, Rothmans Williams-Renault FW19, 1997 Brasilian Grand Prix, Interlagos

The one race I miss is the one race that isn’t being rebroadcast later at a more convenient time… is the race that Danny wins! Get in son.

Danny showing off his fine music taste once again 👌

Omg

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the racing line …Olivier Panis, Gauloises Ligier-Mugen Honda JS43, 1996 Monaco Grand PrixPanis’ only victory in what was quite an eventful race with only 4 cars finishing (of which only 3 were classified because Frentzen pulled into the pits on the last lap)the race didn’t even do the full race distance (78 laps) but was flagged after 75 because the 2 hour limit was reachedthis was also Ligier’s first win in 15 seasons & sadly also their last because they were bought by Alain Prost at the end of ‘96

One of the greatest moments in Formula One history. As Murray Walker says “Anything can happen in Formula One, and it usually does”
Also get a load of the old swimming pool entrance when the armco was right to the edge of the track. No room for error.

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the racing line …

Olivier Panis, Gauloises Ligier-Mugen Honda JS43, 1996 Monaco Grand Prix

Panis’ only victory in what was quite an eventful race with only 4 cars finishing (of which only 3 were classified because Frentzen pulled into the pits on the last lap)
the race didn’t even do the full race distance (78 laps) but was flagged after 75 because the 2 hour limit was reached
this was also Ligier’s first win in 15 seasons & sadly also their last because they were bought by Alain Prost at the end of ‘96

One of the greatest moments in Formula One history. As Murray Walker says “Anything can happen in Formula One, and it usually does”

Also get a load of the old swimming pool entrance when the armco was right to the edge of the track. No room for error.

Did you know Sir jack almost won a 4th world championship in 1970
Anonymous

Yes. He reckoned he could’ve won another 2 or 3. “Would’ve been nice to have finished with 5 but thats the way it goes sometimes”

The current World Champions pay their respects to Sir Jack. (From McLaren’s twitter)