Some accurate but also some interesting (see bottom right) things pop up when you search “(year) f1 car” into google image search.
Stefan Bellof en route to third at a rain-shortened Monaco Grand Prix in 1984.
Everybody remembers Senna’s charge at Prost being nullified due to the red flag but fewer remember that closing in on Senna was Belgian superstar Stefan Bellof.
Bellof never won a Grand Prix, and never got his chance to prove his might for Ferrari, as he was killed during the 1985 edition of the 1000km of Spa, before he had a chance to attend a scheduled meeting with Enzo Ferrari to discuss a contract offer. Formula One and motorsport lost one of its brightest young stars, but as they say the stars that shine brightest…
Motoring legend Carroll Shelby (you know who he is, don’t pretend), early Formula One legend Maurice Trintignant (longest serving Formula One driver at time of his retirement in 1964 with 84 Grand Prix, including winning Monaco twice), and contemporary French Grand Prix drivers Patrick Depailler and Jean-Piere Jarier. Long Beach, 1976.