Your Shopping Cart is empty.
Search
Keywords
F1
Keywords
License
Royalty free
Rights managed
Advanced search
Photo Filters
Categories
Lightboxes

Results (19)

 Menu

Williams FW06 #57

Willliams FW06 drived by Martin Bullock at Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
The Williams FW06 was the first car produced by the combination of Frank Williams and Patrick Head for their Williams Grand Prix Engineering Formula One team. As was the standard arrangement for the many small British garagiste teams, the car was powered by the Cosworth DFV 3.0 litre V8 engine.
Drivers: Alan Jones, Clay Regazzoni

Williams FW06 #57

Willliams FW06 drived by Martin Bullock at Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
The Williams FW06 was the first car produced by the combination of Frank Williams and Patrick Head for their Williams Grand Prix Engineering Formula One team. As was the standard arrangement for the many small British garagiste teams, the car was powered by the Cosworth DFV 3.0 litre V8 engine.
Drivers: Alan Jones, Clay Regazzoni

Shadow DN5 #88

Shadow DN5 from 1975 to 1976, Drived by Nick Padmore at Estoril Classics. Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
Jean-Pierre Jarier and Tom Pryce impressed greatly in 1975 with the Shadow DN5, but a string of retirements made the season a disappointment. A updated DN5B design was used in 1976, but fell off the pace.
disign by Tony Southgate and David Wass
Ford Cosword DFV V8 With Hewland TL200 Five Speeds

Shadow DN5 #88

Shadow DN5 from 1975 to 1976, Drived by Nick Padmore at Estoril Classics. Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
Jean-Pierre Jarier and Tom Pryce impressed greatly in 1975 with the Shadow DN5, but a string of retirements made the season a disappointment. A updated DN5B design was used in 1976, but fell off the pace.
disign by Tony Southgate and David Wass
Ford Cosword DFV V8 With Hewland TL200 Five Speeds

Fitipaldi F5A #56

Fitipaldi F5A drived by Max Smith-Hilliard at Estoril Circuit in Estoril Classics, Estoril, Cascais.
The Fittipaldi F5 was a Formula One car for the 1977 Formula One season. It was driven by Brazilian Emerson Fittipaldi. The engine was a Ford Cosworth DFV, with the car achieving three of the team's 11 points from the season. The car was modified to become the F5A, which was used for the 1978 season and part of the 1979 season. Fittipaldi was the sole driver of the car in all three seasons. The car was succeeded by the Fittipaldi F6A.

Fitipaldi F5A #56

Fitipaldi F5A drived by Max Smith-Hilliard at Estoril Circuit in Estoril Classics, Estoril, Cascais.
The Fittipaldi F5 was a Formula One car for the 1977 Formula One season. It was driven by Brazilian Emerson Fittipaldi. The engine was a Ford Cosworth DFV, with the car achieving three of the team's 11 points from the season. The car was modified to become the F5A, which was used for the 1978 season and part of the 1979 season. Fittipaldi was the sole driver of the car in all three seasons. The car was succeeded by the Fittipaldi F6A.

Williams FW06 #57

Willliams FW06 drived by Martin Bullock at Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
The Williams FW06 was the first car produced by the combination of Frank Williams and Patrick Head for their Williams Grand Prix Engineering Formula One team. As was the standard arrangement for the many small British garagiste teams, the car was powered by the Cosworth DFV 3.0 litre V8 engine.
Drivers: Alan Jones, Clay Regazzoni

Williams FW06 #57

Willliams FW06 drived by Martin Bullock at Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
The Williams FW06 was the first car produced by the combination of Frank Williams and Patrick Head for their Williams Grand Prix Engineering Formula One team. As was the standard arrangement for the many small British garagiste teams, the car was powered by the Cosworth DFV 3.0 litre V8 engine.
Drivers: Alan Jones, Clay Regazzoni
1978-1979

Williams FW06 #57

Willliams FW06 drived by Martin Bullock at Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
The Williams FW06 was the first car produced by the combination of Frank Williams and Patrick Head for their Williams Grand Prix Engineering Formula One team. As was the standard arrangement for the many small British garagiste teams, the car was powered by the Cosworth DFV 3.0 litre V8 engine.
Drivers: Alan Jones, Clay Regazzoni
1978-1979

Williams FW06 #57

Willliams FW06 drived by Martin Bullock at Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
The Williams FW06 was the first car produced by the combination of Frank Williams and Patrick Head for their Williams Grand Prix Engineering Formula One team. As was the standard arrangement for the many small British garagiste teams, the car was powered by the Cosworth DFV 3.0 litre V8 engine.
Drivers: Alan Jones, Clay Regazzoni
1978-1979

Williams FW06 #57

Willliams FW06 drived by Martin Bullock at Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
The Williams FW06 was the first car produced by the combination of Frank Williams and Patrick Head for their Williams Grand Prix Engineering Formula One team. As was the standard arrangement for the many small British garagiste teams, the car was powered by the Cosworth DFV 3.0 litre V8 engine.
Drivers: Alan Jones, Clay Regazzoni
1978-1979

Williams FW06 #57 Featured

Williams FW06 #57

Willliams FW06 drived by Martin Bullock at Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
The Williams FW06 was the first car produced by the combination of Frank Williams and Patrick Head for their Williams Grand Prix Engineering Formula One team. As was the standard arrangement for the many small British garagiste teams, the car was powered by the Cosworth DFV 3.0 litre V8 engine.
Drivers: Alan Jones, Clay Regazzoni
1978-1979

Fitipaldi F5A #56 Featured

Fitipaldi F5A #56

Fitipaldi F5A drived by Max Smith-Hilliard at Estoril Circuit in Estoril Classics, Estoril, Cascais.
The Fittipaldi F5 was a Formula One car for the 1977 Formula One season. It was driven by Brazilian Emerson Fittipaldi. The engine was a Ford Cosworth DFV, with the car achieving three of the team's 11 points from the season. The car was modified to become the F5A, which was used for the 1978 season and part of the 1979 season. Fittipaldi was the sole driver of the car in all three seasons. The car was succeeded by the Fittipaldi F6A.

Shadow DN5 #88

Shadow DN5 from 1975 to 1976, Drived by Nick Padmore at Estoril Classics. Autódromo do Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.
Jean-Pierre Jarier and Tom Pryce impressed greatly in 1975 with the Shadow DN5, but a string of retirements made the season a disappointment. A updated DN5B design was used in 1976, but fell off the pace.
disign by Tony Southgate and David Wass
Ford Cosword DFV V8 With Hewland TL200 Five Speeds

Lotus 91-07 #2 I

Lotus 91-07, Elio de Angelis and Nigel Mansel 1982 F1 season. Estoril Classic 2019 with Katsuaki Kubota at the steering wheel. Engine Ford Cosworth DFV V8; John Player Sepcial Team Lotus

Lotus 91-07 #2 II

Lotus 91-07, Elio de Angelis and Nigel Mansel 1982 F1 season. Estoril Classic 2019 with Katsuaki Kubota at the steering wheel. Engine Ford Cosworth DFV V8; John Player Sepcial Team Lotus

Lotus 91-07 #2 III

Lotus 91-07, Elio de Angelis and Nigel Mansel 1982 F1 season. Estoril Classic 2019 with Katsuaki Kubota at the steering wheel. Engine Ford Cosworth DFV V8; John Player Sepcial Team Lotus

Lotus 91-07 #2 IV

Lotus 91-07, Elio de Angelis and Nigel Mansel 1982 F1 season. Estoril Classic 2019 with Katsuaki Kubota at the steering wheel. Engine Ford Cosworth DFV V8; John Player Sepcial Team Lotus

McLaren M26 #26

McLaren M26 from 1977 to 1979 F1 Seasons.
Drivers: James Hunt, Jochen Mass, Gilles Villeneuve, Bruno Giacomelli, Patrick Tambay e John Watson. Design by Gordon Coppuck, Engine Ford Cosworth DFV, V8. Estoril Classic 2019 with Frank Lyons in the steering wheel.