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Wins Collection (#13)

Background imageWins Collection: 1987 Australian Grand Prix: Gerhard Berger, 1st position gives teammate Michele Alboreto

1987 Australian Grand Prix: Gerhard Berger, 1st position gives teammate Michele Alboreto
Adelaide, Australia. 13-15 November 1987. Gerhard Berger, 1st position gives teammate Michele Alboreto, 3rd position (both Ferrari) a pat on the back whilst on the podium. Ref-87 AUS 10

Background imageWins Collection: 1986 Monaco Grand Prix: Alain Prost, 1st position, Keke Rosberg, 2nd position

1986 Monaco Grand Prix: Alain Prost, 1st position, Keke Rosberg, 2nd position
Monte Carlo, Monaco. 8-11 May 1986. Alain Prost, 1st position, Keke Rosberg, 2nd position (both McLaren TAG Porsche) and Ayrton Senna (Team Lotus) 3rd position on the podium. Ref-86 MON 09

Background imageWins Collection: 1986 Hungarian Grand Prix: Nelson Piquet 1st position with Ayrton Senna 2nd position on the podium

1986 Hungarian Grand Prix: Nelson Piquet 1st position with Ayrton Senna 2nd position on the podium
Hungaroring, Budapest, Hungary. 8-10 August 1986. Nelson Piquet (Williams Honda) 1st position with Ayrton Senna (Team Lotus) 2nd position on the podium. Ref-86 HUN 13

Background imageWins Collection: 1986 Brazilian Grand Prix: Nelson Piquet 1st position

1986 Brazilian Grand Prix: Nelson Piquet 1st position
Jacarepagua, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 21-23 March 1986. Nelson Piquet (Williams FW11 Honda) 1st position. Ref-86 BRA 08. World Copyright - LAT Photographic

Background imageWins Collection: 1986 Austrian Grand Prix: Alain Prost 1st position, Michele Alboreto

1986 Austrian Grand Prix: Alain Prost 1st position, Michele Alboreto, 2nd position and Stefan Johansson
Osterreichring, Zeltweg, Austria. 15-17 August 1986. Alain Prost (McLaren TAG Porsche) 1st position, Michele Alboreto, 2nd position and Stefan Johansson, 3rd position (both Ferrari) on the podium

Background imageWins Collection: 1984 Dutch Grand Prix: Alain Prost, 1st position with teammate Niki Lauda

1984 Dutch Grand Prix: Alain Prost, 1st position with teammate Niki Lauda
Zandvoort, Holland. 24-26 August 1984. Alain Prost, 1st position with teammate Niki Lauda, 2nd position (both McLaren TAG Porsche) on the podium with FIA President Jean-Marie Balestre. Ref-84 HOL 09

Background imageWins Collection: 1984 German Grand Prix: Elio de Angelis leads Alain Prost, Derek Warwick, a locking up Nelson Piquet

1984 German Grand Prix: Elio de Angelis leads Alain Prost, Derek Warwick, a locking up Nelson Piquet
Hockenheim, Germany. 3-5 August 1984. Elio de Angelis (Lotus 95T Renault) leads Alain Prost (McLaren MP42 TAG Porsche), Derek Warwick (Renault RE50), a locking up Nelson Piquet (Brabham BT53 BMW)

Background imageWins Collection: 1984 Dallas Grand Prix: Keke Rosberg takes the chequered flag for the win

1984 Dallas Grand Prix: Keke Rosberg takes the chequered flag for the win
Fair Park, Texas, USA. 6-8 July 1984. Keke Rosberg (Williams FW09 Honda) takes the chequered flag for the win. Ref-84 DAL 04. World Copyright - LAT Photographic

Background imageWins Collection: 1984 Belgian Grand Prix: Michele Alboreto punches the air after taking the victory as team

1984 Belgian Grand Prix: Michele Alboreto punches the air after taking the victory as team collegues celebrate the win
Zolder, Belgium. 27-29 April 1984. Michele Alboreto (Ferrari 126C4) punches the air after taking the victory as team collegues celebrate the win on the pit wall. Ref-84 BEL 02

Background imageWins Collection: 1989 French Grand Prix: Alain Prost 1st position, Nigel Mansell 2nd position

1989 French Grand Prix: Alain Prost 1st position, Nigel Mansell 2nd position and Riccardo Patrese 3rd position
Paul Ricard, Le Castellet, France. 7-9 July 1989. Alain Prost (McLaren Honda) 1st position, Nigel Mansell (Ferrari) 2nd position and Riccardo Patrese (Williams Renault) 3rd position

Background imageWins Collection: 1989 Belgian Grand Prix: Ayrton Senna enters La Source at the start followed by teammate Alain

1989 Belgian Grand Prix: Ayrton Senna enters La Source at the start followed by teammate Alain Prost, Gerhard Berger
Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium. 25-27 August 1989. Ayrton Senna (McLaren MP4/5 Honda) enters La Source at the start followed by teammate Alain Prost (McLaren MP4/5 Honda), Gerhard Berger (Ferrari 640)

Background imageWins Collection: 1986 Canadian Grand Prix: Nigel Mansell leads Ayrton Senna at the start

1986 Canadian Grand Prix: Nigel Mansell leads Ayrton Senna at the start. Mansell finished in 1st position
Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 13-15 June 1986. Nigel Mansell (Williams FW11-Honda) leads Ayrton Senna (Lotus 98T-Renault) at the start. Mansell finished in 1st position. Ref-86 CAN 01

Background imageWins Collection: 1986 French Grand Prix: Ayrton Senna leads Nigel Mansell, Nelson Piquet

1986 French Grand Prix: Ayrton Senna leads Nigel Mansell, Nelson Piquet, Rene Arnoux and Alain Prost at the start
Paul Ricard, Le Castellet, France. 4-6 July 1986. Ayrton Senna (Lotus 98T Renault) leads Nigel Mansell, Nelson Piquet (both Williams FW11 Honda s)

Background imageWins Collection: 1986 Spanish Grand Prix: Ayrton Senna 1st position and Nigel Mansell 2nd position on the podium

1986 Spanish Grand Prix: Ayrton Senna 1st position and Nigel Mansell 2nd position on the podium
Jerez, Spain. 11-13 April 1986. Ayrton Senna (Team Lotus) 1st position and Nigel Mansell (Williams Honda) 2nd position on the podium. Ref-86 ESP 15. World Copyright - LAT Photographic

Background imageWins Collection: 1985 European Grand Prix: Ayrton Senna leads Nigel Mansell on the climb upto Paddock Hill Bend at

1985 European Grand Prix: Ayrton Senna leads Nigel Mansell on the climb upto Paddock Hill Bend at the start
Brands Hatch, England. 4-6 October 1985. Ayrton Senna (Lotus 97T Renault) leads Nigel Mansell (Williams FW10 Honda) on the climb upto Paddock Hill Bend at the start. Ref-85 EUR 04

Background imageWins Collection: 1953 Italian Grand Prix: Juan Manuel Fangio leads Giuseppe Farina, Alberto Ascari

1953 Italian Grand Prix: Juan Manuel Fangio leads Giuseppe Farina, Alberto Ascari
Monza, Italy. 11-13 September 1953. Juan Manuel Fangio (Maserati A6GCM) leads Giuseppe Farina (number 6), Alberto Ascari (both Ferrari 500) and Onofre Marimon (Maserati A6GCM)

Background imageWins Collection: 1953 Argentinian Grand Prix: Alberto Ascari leads Juan Manuel Fangio at the start

1953 Argentinian Grand Prix: Alberto Ascari leads Juan Manuel Fangio at the start. Ascari finished in 1st position
Buenos Aires, Argentina. 16-18 January 1953. Alberto Ascari (Ferrari 500) leads Juan Manuel Fangio (Maserati A6GCM) at the start. Ascari finished in 1st position. Published-Autocar 30/1/1953 p156

Background imageWins Collection: 56LEMANSFLOCKHART. JPG: Ron Flockhart, 1st position

56LEMANSFLOCKHART. JPG: Ron Flockhart, 1st position
1956 Le Mans 24 hours. Le Mans, France. 28-29 July 1956. Ron Flockhart(Ecurie Ecosse Jaguar D-Type), 1st position. Ref: 797

Background imageWins Collection: 1954 Le Mans 24 hours: Jose Froilan Gonzalez and Maurice Trintignant celebrate finishing in 1st

1954 Le Mans 24 hours: Jose Froilan Gonzalez and Maurice Trintignant celebrate finishing in 1st position
1954 Le Mans 24 hours. Le Mans, France. 12-13 June 1954. Jose Froilan Gonzalez and Maurice Trintignant (Ferrari) celebrate finishing in 1st position. Published-Autocar 18/6/1954 p877

Background imageWins Collection: 1955 Argentinian Grand Prix: Juan Manuel Fangio 1st position

1955 Argentinian Grand Prix: Juan Manuel Fangio 1st position
Buenos Aires. 14-16 January 1955. Juan Manuel Fangio (Mercedes-Benz W196) 1st position. Published-Autocar 21/1/1955 p93. World Copyright - LAT Photographic

Background imageWins Collection: 1953 British Grand Prix: Alberto Ascari takes the chequered flag for 1st position

1953 British Grand Prix: Alberto Ascari takes the chequered flag for 1st position
Silverstone, England. 16-18 July 1953. Alberto Ascari (Ferrari 500) takes the chequered flag for 1st position. Published-Autocar 24/7/1953 p108. World Copyright - LAT Photographic

Background imageWins Collection: 1957 German Grand Prix: Juan Manuel Fangio between Mike Hawthorn and Peter Collins

1957 German Grand Prix: Juan Manuel Fangio between Mike Hawthorn and Peter Collins
Nurburgring, Germany. 2-4 August 1957. Juan Manuel Fangio (Maserati 250F) between Mike Hawthorn and Peter Collins (both Lancia-Ferrari D50 801)

Background imageWins Collection: 1951 Swiss Grand Prix: Juan Manuel Fangio prepares to pass Louis Chiron. They finished in 1st

1951 Swiss Grand Prix: Juan Manuel Fangio prepares to pass Louis Chiron. They finished in 1st
Bremgarten, Basle, Switzerland. 25-27 May 1951. Juan Manuel Fangio (number 24, Alfa Romeo 158) prepares to pass Louis Chiron (Maserati 4CLT/48). They finished in 1st and 7th positions respectively

Background imageWins Collection: 1950 Monaco Grand Prix: Juan Manuel Fangio, 1st position

1950 Monaco Grand Prix: Juan Manuel Fangio, 1st position
Monte Carlo, Monaco. 18-21 May 1950. Juan Manuel Fangio (Alfa Romeo 158), 1st position. World Copyright - LAT Photographic

Background imageWins Collection: 1957 German Grand Prix: Juan Manuel Fangio 1st position

1957 German Grand Prix: Juan Manuel Fangio 1st position
1957 German Grand Prix. Nurburgring, Germany. 2-4 August 1957. Juan Manuel Fangio (Maserati) 1st position. Ref-480/36-36A. World Copyright - LAT Photographic

Background imageWins Collection: 1972 British Grand Prix: Jacky Ickx leads Jackie Stewart and Jean-Pierre Beltoise

1972 British Grand Prix: Jacky Ickx leads Jackie Stewart and Jean-Pierre Beltoise. Stewart finished in 2nd position
Brands Hatch, England. 13-15 July 1972. Jacky Ickx (Ferrari 312B2) leads Jackie Stewart (Tyrrell 003 Ford) and Jean-Pierre Beltoise (BRM P160C). Stewart finished in 2nd position. Ref-3/5100I

Background imageWins Collection: 1979 German Grand Prix. Hockenheim, Germany. 27-29 July 1979. Alan Jones (Williams FW07

1979 German Grand Prix. Hockenheim, Germany. 27-29 July 1979. Alan Jones (Williams FW07
1979 German Grand Prix.Hockenheim, Germany.27-29 July 1979.Alan Jones (Williams FW07 Ford) 1st position.World Copyright - LAT Photographic

Background imageWins Collection: 1974 South African Grand Prix: Carlos Reutemann 1st position

1974 South African Grand Prix: Carlos Reutemann 1st position
1974 South African Grand Prix. Kyalami, South Africa. 28-30 March 1974. Carlos Reutemann (Brabham BT44 Ford) 1st position. World Copyright - LAT Photographic Ref: 74SA18

Background imageWins Collection: 1971 Race of Champions: Jackie Stewart, Denny Hulme and Clay Regazzoni line up on the grid

1971 Race of Champions: Jackie Stewart, Denny Hulme and Clay Regazzoni line up on the grid
Brands Hatch, Great Britain. 21 March 1971. Jackie Stewart (Tyrrell 001-Ford Cosworth), Denny Hulme (McLaren M19A-Ford Cosworth) and Clay Regazzoni (Ferrari 312B2) line up on the grid

Background imageWins Collection: REGAZZONI WINS BRITISH GP 1979 FOR WILLIAMS: Clay Regazzoni, 1st position on the podium

REGAZZONI WINS BRITISH GP 1979 FOR WILLIAMS: Clay Regazzoni, 1st position on the podium
1979 British Grand Prix. Silverstone, England. 12-14 July 1979. Clay Regazzoni (Williams FW07-Ford), 1st position on the podium. This was Williams Grand Prix Engineerings maiden Grand Prix victory

Background imageWins Collection: 1975 Brazilian Grand Prix: Carlos Pace 1st position, celebrates winning his home Grand Prix

1975 Brazilian Grand Prix: Carlos Pace 1st position, celebrates winning his home Grand Prix
Interlagos, Sao Paulo, Brazil. 24-26 January 1975. Carlos Pace (Brabham Ford) 1st position, celebrates winning his home Grand Prix, taking his maiden and only win

Background imageWins Collection: 1973 Spanish Grand Prix: Emerson Fittipaldi, Francois Cevert

1973 Spanish Grand Prix: Emerson Fittipaldi, Francois Cevert and George Follmer after finishing in 1st
Montjuich Park, Barcelona, Spain. 27-29 April 1973. Emerson Fittipaldi (Team Lotus), Francois Cevert (Tyrrell Ford) and George Follmer (Shadow Racing) after finishing in 1st

Background imageWins Collection: 1965 United States Grand Prix: Graham Hill 1st position

1965 United States Grand Prix: Graham Hill 1st position
Watkins Glen, New York, USA. 1-3 October 1965. Graham Hill (BRM P261) 1st position. Ref-3/1847. World Copyright - LAT Photographic

Background imageWins Collection: 1989 Monaco Grand Prix: Ayrton Senna 1st position going through the tunnel

1989 Monaco Grand Prix: Ayrton Senna 1st position going through the tunnel
Monte Carlo, Monaco. 4-7 May 1989. Ayrton Senna (McLaren MP4/5 Honda) 1st position going through the tunnel. Ref-89 MON 15. World Copyright - LAT Photographic

Background imageWins Collection: 1988 Hungarian Grand Prix: Ayrton Senna followed by Nigel Mansell and Riccardo Patrese at the start

1988 Hungarian Grand Prix: Ayrton Senna followed by Nigel Mansell and Riccardo Patrese at the start
Hungaroring, Budapest, Hungary. 5th - 7th August 1988. Ayrton Senna (McLaren MP4/4 Honda) followed by Nigel Mansell and Riccardo Patrese (both Williams FW12 Judd s) at the start. Ref-88 HUN 05

Background imageWins Collection: 1984 European Grand Prix: Alain Prost leads Patrick Tambay, Nelson Piquet

1984 European Grand Prix: Alain Prost leads Patrick Tambay, Nelson Piquet and Derek Warwick at the start
Nurburgring, Germany. 5-7 October 1984. Alain Prost (McLaren MP42 TAG Porsche) leads Patrick Tambay (Renault RE50), Nelson Piquet (Brabham BT53 BMW) and Derek Warwick (Renault RE50) at the start

Background imageWins Collection: 1965 Syracuse Grand Prix - Jim Clark: Jim Clark, 1st position

1965 Syracuse Grand Prix - Jim Clark: Jim Clark, 1st position
1965 Syracuse Grand Prix. Syracuse, Sicily, Italy. 4 April 1965. Jim Clark (Lotus 33-Climax), 1st position. World Copyright: LAT Photographic. Ref: 2810



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