Patrick Tambay, Lola Ford, 1986.
Alan Jones (1946) en un Williams Ford FW05 (1980).
Alan Jones’ world championship season. This was also the last time two cars that weren’t Ferraris had the numbers 27 and 28, sans Alain’s first season with the Scuderia in 1990 (where they were adorned by the McLarens).
Ricardo Patrese for Benetton, 1993.
This would be the talismanic Italian’s final season in Formula One, opting to retire rather than work his way into a back of the pack team. He retired as the most experienced Formula One driver in grand prix history, surpassed by Rubens Barrichello in 2008. As a “handing over” gesture, Ruben’s Honda team let Patrese drive Ruben’s 2007 car at Jerez later that year. The only other driver to pass Ricardo’s long standing record was the Italian’s 1993 team mate, Michael Schumacher.
Minardi Ford 1993
Jim Clark and Guy Ligier at the Belgian Grand Prix 1967
Nice set of lads there.