Over 500 F1 cars in one picture

Posted on Author Keith Collantine

I came across an excellent picture on another blog which shows every Formula 1 car from 1950 to 2004 side-by-side. Here’s a sample of it:

That 1990 Benetton is a favourite of mine, by the way...
That 1990 Benetton is a favourite of mine, by the way...

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What’s your favourite F1 car on the picture?

Via Racing Otaku

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55 comments on “Over 500 F1 cars in one picture”

  1. The ’66 Lotus 43, always has and always will be my favorite.

    The ’97-’01 Jordan’s had character. Also like the ’71 Lotus 56B and the ’68 McLaren M7.

  2. So many to choose from, I am biased towards the cars from when I started following F1 in 1991 and the drivers and teams I supported. So I would have to say the Williams FW14B, Williams FW18, McLaren MP4-20 and this years McLaren MP4-24 even though it is slow. I also liked the Williams FW26 ‘walrus nose’ although a lot of people seemed to think it was ugly.

  3. Seem to be some missing.
    Anyway it’s nice to have a look. Browsing down the 1971 Lotus 56B caught me eye.
    Looks better in it’s original colours that was made for the 1968 Indy 500.
    Gas Turbine power F1 car. Shame it couldn’t be developed a bit more.

  4. The 1986 Williams is nice, and I’m not sure why but I quite like the 1995 Sauber,

    Looking at the older cars really makes this years lot look like dogs. :(

  5. For me, when Colin Champman agreeded to paint his cars with the Joh Player Special colours, he created a masterpiece!!

    Lotus 78, Lotus 77, Lotus 72 all so beautiful
    Ferrari 312T and Tyrrell P34 are one of my all time favourites

    Those 70’s cars were so pretty!

  6. I remember getting a similar poster from Autosport showing the cars that took Goodyear’s first 500 wins. Because every win was represented you could see which teams had winning streaks.

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