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Jacques Laffite for, um, I dunno… some French team he raced for. He only raced for two teams in his long career (retiring as the most experienced driver of all time), well actually technically three: Frank Williams Racing (a pre-cursor to Walter Wolf Racing, which went bought by Walter Wolf he kicked out the titular Frank Williams who made Williams Grand Prix Ltd in 1977), Ligier, Williams F1 proper, and then once again Ligier.
Sir Frank and Pat aren’t very impressed with Damon and Jacques’ identical crashes at Monza, 1996, which gifted the race victory to Michael Schumacher to give the Scuderia a win in front of the tifosi.
Williams, Mclaren and Lotus
Two Brazilians on the podium at their home race: Nelson Piquet (R, 1st) and Ayrton Senna (L, 2nd) raise the bandeira at the Brazilian Grand Prix at Jacarepaguá, 23 March 1986.
Red Bull Racing RB95? No, it is Sauber’s 1995 car, the Sauber C14. Seen here driven by Heinz Harold Frentzen at Monaco. He would finish 9th in the championship with 15 of the team’s 18 points, helping them to 7th in the championship.
Red Bull and Sauber remained close partners until 2005 when they split with the Austrian drinks company purchasing British team Jaguar Racing.
Frentzen would go on to join Williams in 1997 but played second fiddle to team-mate Villeneuve, winning only one race at Imola that year. His 1999 season would go on to be much more successful, winning 2 races and finishing third in the championship. He would finish his career in 2003 with a return to his alma mater, Sauber.