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French Collection (#95)

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: Michael Schumacher Ferrari and Eddie Irvine Ferrari celebrate

Formula One World Championship: Michael Schumacher Ferrari and Eddie Irvine Ferrari celebrate on the podium
Michael Schumacher (GER) Ferrari and Eddie Irvine (GBR) Ferrari celebrate on the podium. Formula One World Championship, French GP, Magny Cours, France, 28 June 1998

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: Jos Verstappen Stewart, and his manager Huub Rothengatter

Formula One World Championship: Jos Verstappen Stewart, and his manager Huub Rothengatter
Jos Verstappen (NED) Stewart, and his manager Huub Rothengatter (NED), Formula One World Championship, French GP, Magny Cours, France, 28 June 1998

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: Winner Michael Schumacher Ferrari F300

Formula One World Championship: Winner Michael Schumacher Ferrari F300
Winner Michael Schumacher (GER) Ferrari F300 Formula One World Championship, French GP, Magny Cours, France, 28 June 1998

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: Former Privateer team owner Rob Walker enjoys a lager

Formula One World Championship: Former Privateer team owner Rob Walker enjoys a lager
Former Privateer team owner Rob Walker (GBR) enjoys a lager. French Grand Prix, Dijon-Prenois, 1 July 1979

Background imageFrench Collection: Le Mans 24 Hours Race: Paolo Barilla, Hans Heyer, Mauro Baldi Martini Racing Lancia LC2 / 84

Le Mans 24 Hours Race: Paolo Barilla, Hans Heyer, Mauro Baldi Martini Racing Lancia LC2 / 84 retired from the race
Paolo Barilla (ITA), Hans Heyer (GER), Mauro Baldi (ITA) Martini Racing Lancia LC2/84 retired from the race on lap 276 with a broken camshaft belt

Background imageFrench Collection: Le Mans 24 Hours Race: Pole sitters Bob Wollek and Allesandro Nannini Martini Racing Lancia LC2

Le Mans 24 Hours Race: Pole sitters Bob Wollek and Allesandro Nannini Martini Racing Lancia LC2 / 84 finished the race
Pole sitters Bob Wollek (FRA) and Allesandro Nannini (ITA) (Pictured) Martini Racing Lancia LC2/84 finished the race in eighth position

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: Fabrizio Barbazza, Minardi Ford, retired with gearbox problems

Formula One World Championship: Fabrizio Barbazza, Minardi Ford, retired with gearbox problems
Fabrizio Barbazza (ITA), Minardi Ford, retired with gearbox problems. French Grand Prix, Magny-Cours, 4 July 1993

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: Michael Schumacher Benetton B192 retired after an accident on lap 15

Formula One World Championship: Michael Schumacher Benetton B192 retired after an accident on lap 15
Michael Schumacher (GER) Benetton B192 retired after an accident on lap 15. French Grand Prix, Magny-Cours, France. 5 July 1992

Background imageFrench Collection: Le Mans 24 Hours: Henri Pescarolo with Jean Ragnotti Rondeau M379B retired retired with a blown

Le Mans 24 Hours: Henri Pescarolo with Jean Ragnotti Rondeau M379B retired retired with a blown head gasket
Henri Pescarolo (FRA) with Jean Ragnotti (FRA) Rondeau M379B retired retired with a blown head gasket. Le Mans 24 Hours, Circuit de la Sarthe, France, 14-15 June 1980

Background imageFrench Collection: Le Mans 24 Hours: Jean Rondeau with Jean Pierre Jaussaud Rondeau M379B became the first

Le Mans 24 Hours: Jean Rondeau with Jean Pierre Jaussaud Rondeau M379B became the first constructor / driver to win Le
Jean Rondeau (FRA) with Jean Pierre Jaussaud (FRA) Rondeau M379B became the first constructor/driver to win Le Mans. Le Mans 24 Hours, Circuit de la Sarthe, France, 14-15 June 1980

Background imageFrench Collection: Le Mans 24 Hours: Maurizio Sandro Sala / Takashi Yorino / Yojiro Terada Mazda MXR-01

Le Mans 24 Hours: Maurizio Sandro Sala / Takashi Yorino / Yojiro Terada Mazda MXR-01
Maurizio Sandro Sala (BRA) / Takashi Yorino (JPN) / Yojiro Terada (JPN) Mazda MXR-01. Le Mans 24 Hours, Le Mans, France. 20-21 June 1992. BEST IMAGE

Background imageFrench Collection: Le Mans 24 Hours: Race winners Derek Warwick / Yannick Dalmas / Mark Blundell Peugeot 905 Evo 1

Le Mans 24 Hours: Race winners Derek Warwick / Yannick Dalmas / Mark Blundell Peugeot 905 Evo 1 Bis return to the pits
Race winners Derek Warwick (GBR) / Yannick Dalmas (FRA) / Mark Blundell (GBR) Peugeot 905 Evo 1 Bis return to the pits after taking the victory. Le Mans 24 Hours, Le Mans, France, 20-21 June 1992

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
Keke Rosberg (FIN) replaced the retired James Hunt (GBR) in the Wolf WR7 and finished the race in ninth position. French Grand Prix, Rd 8, Dijon-Prenois, France, 1 July 1979. BEST IMAGE

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: Race winner Alan Jones Williams FW07B

Formula One World Championship: Race winner Alan Jones Williams FW07B
Race winner Alan Jones (AUS) Williams FW07B. Formula One World Championship, Rd7, French Grand Prix, Paul Ricard, France, 29 June 1980. BEST IMAGE

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: A Williams mechanic has modified the Good Year tyre on the FW06 to

Formula One World Championship: A Williams mechanic has modified the Good Year tyre on the FW06 to read Good Enough
A Williams mechanic has modified the Good Year tyre on the FW06 to read Good Enough! French Grand Prix, Rd 9, Paul Ricard, France, 2 July 1978

Background imageFrench Collection: Le Mans 24 Hour Race: The Silk Cut Jaguar team celebrate their 1-2 finish on the podium

Le Mans 24 Hour Race: The Silk Cut Jaguar team celebrate their 1-2 finish on the podium
The Silk Cut Jaguar team celebrate their 1-2 finish on the podium (L to R): Price Cobb (USA) winner; Eliseo Salazar (CHI) winner; John Nielsen (DEN) winner; Tom Walkinshaw (GBR)

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: Jochen Mass finished fifteenth in the first race for

Formula One World Championship: Jochen Mass finished fifteenth in the first race for the distinctive Arrows A2
Jochen Mass (GER) finished fifteenth in the first race for the distinctive Arrows A2. French Grand Prix, Rd 8, Dijon-Prenois, France, 1 July 1979

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: A champagne celebration on the podium

Formula One World Championship: A champagne celebration on the podium: Clay Regazzoni Ferrari third; Ronnie Peterson
A champagne celebration on the podium (L to R): Clay Regazzoni (SUI) Ferrari third; Ronnie Peterson (SWE) Lotus winner; Niki Lauda (AUT) Ferrari second. French Grand Prix, Dijon-Prenois, 7 July 1974

Background imageFrench Collection: Le Mans 24 Hours: 2nd place finishers Hans-Joachim Stuck / Klaus Ludwig / Derek Bell Porsche 962C

Le Mans 24 Hours: 2nd place finishers Hans-Joachim Stuck / Klaus Ludwig / Derek Bell Porsche 962C
2nd place finishers Hans-Joachim Stuck (GER) / Klaus Ludwig (GER) / Derek Bell (GBR) Porsche 962C. Le Mans 24 Hours, Le Mans, France, 11-12 June 1988

Background imageFrench Collection: Le Mans 24 Hours: Race winners Jan Lammers / Johnny Dumfries / Andy Wallace Silk Cut Jaguar XJR-9 LM

Le Mans 24 Hours: Race winners Jan Lammers / Johnny Dumfries / Andy Wallace Silk Cut Jaguar XJR-9 LM
Race winners Jan Lammers (NED) / Johnny Dumfries (GBR) / Andy Wallace (GBR) Silk Cut Jaguar XJR-9 LM. Le Mans 24 Hours, Le Mans, France, 11-12 June 1988

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: Patrick Neve finished eighteenth in his second GP in his only

Formula One World Championship: Patrick Neve finished eighteenth in his second GP in his only drive with the Ensign
Patrick Neve (BEL) finished eighteenth in his second GP in his only drive with the Ensign N176. French Grand Prix, Rd 8, Paul Ricard, 4 July 1976. BEST IMAGE

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: Some curious spectators take a good look at the Tyrrell P34 of

Formula One World Championship: Some curious spectators take a good look at the Tyrrell P34 of second placed Patrick
Some curious spectators take a good look at the Tyrrell P34 of second placed Patrick Depailler (FRA), as it is left in the paddock adjacent to a spectator car park

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: A miniature fire rescue truck was used to follow the cars from

Formula One World Championship: A miniature fire rescue truck was used to follow the cars from the start in the event
A miniature fire rescue truck was used to follow the cars from the start in the event of a fiery accident. French Grand Prix, Paul Ricard, 6 July 1975. BEST IMAGE

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: Jean-Pierre Jabouille Tyrrell 007 finished twelfth on his GP debut

Formula One World Championship: Jean-Pierre Jabouille Tyrrell 007 finished twelfth on his GP debut
Jean-Pierre Jabouille (FRA) Tyrrell 007 finished twelfth on his GP debut, having tried unsuccessfully to qualify twice the previous season. French Grand Prix, Paul Ricard, 6 July 1975. BEST IMAGE

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: The Ferrari 312B3Õs of Niki Lauda

Formula One World Championship: The Ferrari 312B3Õs of Niki Lauda and Clay Regazzoni finished second
The Ferrari 312B3Õs of Niki Lauda (AUT) and Clay Regazzoni (SUI) finished second and third respectively. French Grand Prix, Dijon-Prenois, 7 July 1974. BEST IMAGE

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: Ronnie Peterson drove magnificently to claim victory in the ageing

Formula One World Championship: Ronnie Peterson drove magnificently to claim victory in the ageing Lotus 72E
Ronnie Peterson (SWE) drove magnificently to claim victory in the ageing Lotus 72E. French Grand Prix, Dijon-Prenois, 7 July 1974. BEST IMAGE

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: The wife of Phil Kerr McLaren Racing Director performs timing

Formula One World Championship: The wife of Phil Kerr McLaren Racing Director performs timing duties in the pits
The wife of Phil Kerr (NZL) McLaren Racing Director performs timing duties in the pits. French Grand Prix, Rd 9, Dijon-Prenois, France, 7 July 1974

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: Carlos Pace Surtees TS14A finished thirteenth

Formula One World Championship: Carlos Pace Surtees TS14A finished thirteenth
Carlos Pace (BRA) Surtees TS14A finished thirteenth. French Grand Prix, Paul Ricard, 1 July 1973. BEST IMAGE

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: Pole sitter Jacky Ickx Ferrari 312B led the opening 14 laps of

Formula One World Championship: Pole sitter Jacky Ickx Ferrari 312B led the opening 14 laps of the race before dropping
Pole sitter Jacky Ickx (BEL) Ferrari 312B led the opening 14 laps of the race before dropping out with an engine failure. French Grand Prix, Clermont-Ferrand, 5 July 1970. BEST IMAGE

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: Jean-Pierre Beltoise Matra Simca MS120 qualified second

Formula One World Championship: Jean-Pierre Beltoise Matra Simca MS120 qualified second
Jean-Pierre Beltoise (FRA) Matra Simca MS120 qualified second and was leading the race when a slow puncture and eventual fuel starvation ended his charge

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: Alex Soler-Roig Lotus 49C failed to qualify on his third GP

Formula One World Championship: Alex Soler-Roig Lotus 49C failed to qualify on his third GP appearance
Alex Soler-Roig (ESP) Lotus 49C failed to qualify on his third GP appearance. French Grand Prix, Clermont-Ferrand, 5 July 1970. BEST IMAGE

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: Vic Elford Cooper T86B finished 4th in his debut race

Formula One World Championship: Vic Elford Cooper T86B finished 4th in his debut race
Vic Elford (GBR) Cooper T86B finished 4th in his debut race. French Grand Prix, Rouen-les-Essarts, France, 7 July 1968

Background imageFrench Collection: Formula One World Championship: French Grand Prix, Rouen-les-Essarts, France, 7 July 1968

Formula One World Championship: French Grand Prix, Rouen-les-Essarts, France, 7 July 1968
Denny Hulme (NZL) McLaren M7A finished in 5th place. French Grand Prix, Rouen-les-Essarts, France, 7 July 1968



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