Car as art.
Michele Alboreto Footwork - Mugen Honda 1992
For the longest time I thought his name a was Michel Alberto and was French.
Jerez, season round up.
Back row: Johnny Herbert, Nortbeto Fontano, Olivier Panis, Shinji Nakano, Giancarlo Fisichella (current Ferrari test driver), Ralf Schumacher.
Middle row: Jos Verstappen, Mika Salo, Pedroa Diniz, Damon Hill, Jan Mangussen, Rubens Barrichello, Ukyo Katayama, Tarso Marques.
Front row: G-man, Jean, Heinz Harold Frentzen, Jacques Villeneuve, Michael Schumacher, Eddie Irvine, Mika Hakkinen, David Couthard.
The only man here still racing in Formula One is Michael. There are eleven world championships present in this photo.
Gerhard Berger (1959) en un Arrows A8 (1985).
Gerhard during one of his lighter moments in his debut season.
In 2001, championship contender and pole sitter David Coulthard had a launch control failure and was forced to re-start the race from last. He was stuck behind Brazilian Arrows driver Enrique Bernoldi for 35 laps. Bernoldi put in one of the best drives of his career, allowing multiple front runners past without conceding an inch to the Scot who was perhaps in the best form of his career at the time in arguably the fastest car on the grid.
Despite 35 laps of harkening back to the Nige-Ayrton battle in 1992, Coulthard didn’t appreciate Bernoldi’s efforts quite as much as other did, and was labeled an idiot and that he would never become a good Formula One driver by some other Mercedes executives.
Bernoldi now competes in the FIA GT1 Championship, after a stint in American open wheel racing.