Colin Chapman inspects the back of Mario Andretti's Lotus 79

Drivers and Personalities from 1971 to 2008 – Photo Gallery

Drivers and Personalities from 1971 to 2008 – Photo Gallery Page Three

Derek Gardner (center, white coat), designer of the Tyrrell P34 six-wheel Formula 1 car, speaks with a crew member in the Tyrrell race shop near Ockham, Surrey. Gardner originally designed the car as a four-wheel drive entry for the Indianapolis 500, before USAC changed the regulations and abolished four-wheel drive machines.
Derek Gardner (center, white coat), designer of the Tyrrell P34 six-wheel Formula 1 car, speaks with a crew member in the Tyrrell race shop near Ockham, Surrey. Gardner originally designed the car as a four-wheel drive entry for the Indianapolis 500, before USAC changed the regulations and abolished four-wheel drive machines.
Emerson Fittipaldi, photographed during the production of a promotional film for Goodyear, in the pit lane before practice for the Monaco Grand Prix in 1976.
Emerson Fittipaldi, photographed during the production of a promotional film for Goodyear, in the pit lane before practice for the Monaco Grand Prix in 1976.
Mario Andretti, sitting in his Lotus 77, gestures with his hand as he speaks with designer Colin Chapman during practice for the 1976 Grand Prix of Sweden. Andretti qualified the Lotus on the pole.
Mario Andretti, sitting in his Lotus 77, gestures with his hand as he speaks with designer Colin Chapman during practice for the 1976 Grand Prix of Sweden. Andretti qualified the Lotus on the pole.
Richard Petty flashes his characteristic smile before practice for a NASCAR race at Michigan International Speedway in 1976.
Richard Petty flashes his characteristic smile before practice for a NASCAR race at Michigan International Speedway in 1976.

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  1. Dear Anonymous,
    I bet it is not as “annoying” as having your work pirated, Mr. Harmeyer is well served by posting his brand.

  2. On page 6, the rear of the Chaparral 2K looks awfully kit for 1980. Was that a special design from Hall or standard for that era?

  3. PLEASE put a “View as one page” button on your (the magazine’s) articles and if it’s already there make it more prevalent.