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Background imageWorld Champion Collection: Formula One World Championship: Pit signal to Jim Clark Lotus

Formula One World Championship: Pit signal to Jim Clark Lotus, saying he is 25 secs ahead of Jackie Stewart in 2nd
Belgian GP, Spa, 13 June 1965 Pit signal to Jim Clark (GBR) Lotus, saying he is 25 secs ahead of Jackie Stewart (GBR) in 2nd place with the rest of the field 300 secs further back

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: Formula One World Championship: James Hunt left, and Barry Sheene

Formula One World Championship: James Hunt left, and Barry Sheene
James Hunt(GBR) left, and Barry Sheene(GBR) Monaco GP, 1977

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: World Rally Championship: Colin McRae with co-driver Derek Ringer Prodrive Subaru Impreza 555 won

World Rally Championship: Colin McRae with co-driver Derek Ringer Prodrive Subaru Impreza 555 won the rally
Colin McRae (GBR) with co-driver Derek Ringer (GBR) Prodrive Subaru Impreza 555 won the rally and their first World Championship. Network Q RAC Rally of Great Britain, 19-22 November 1995

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: Formula One World Championship: James Hunt McLaren M23 overcame the terrible race conditions

Formula One World Championship: James Hunt McLaren M23 overcame the terrible race conditions
James Hunt (GBR) McLaren M23 overcame the terrible race conditions and a puncture late in the race to take third position and the four points necessary to take his first

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: World Rally Championship: Richard Burns and co-driver Robert Reid Subaru Impreza WRC finished

World Rally Championship: Richard Burns and co-driver Robert Reid Subaru Impreza WRC finished the rally in 3rd place
Richard Burns (GBR) and co-driver Robert Reid (GBR) Subaru Impreza WRC finished the rally in 3rd place and won the 2001 World Rally Championship, the first Englishman ever to do so

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: Formula One World Championship: Second place was enough for Alain Prost Williams FW15C to clinch

Formula One World Championship: Second place was enough for Alain Prost Williams FW15C to clinch his fourth World
Second place was enough for Alain Prost (FRA) Williams FW15C to clinch his fourth World Championship. Portuguese Grand Prix, Estoril, 26 September 1993

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Formula One World Championship
(L to R): Race winner and World Championship Jody Scheckter (RSA) celebrates on the podium with second placed team mate Gilles Villeneuve (CDN) Ferrari

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Formula One World Championship
Fourth position was enough for Jackie Stewart (GBR) Tyrrell to take his third and final World Championship. Italian Grand Prix, Rd 13, Monza, Italy, 9 September 1973

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: World Rally Championship: Subaru team mates Petter Solberg, Kaj Lindstrom

World Rally Championship: Subaru team mates Petter Solberg, Kaj Lindstrom and Tommi Makinen celebrate on the podium
(L to R): Subaru team mates Petter Solberg (NOR), Kaj Lindstrom (FIN) and Tommi Makinen (FIN) celebrate on the podium. World Rally Championship, Rd 14, Rally of Great Britain, Wales, Day 3

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Formula One World Championship
Jody Scheckter(RSA) left with Wolf designer Harvey Postlethwaite(GBR) in 1977 Postlethwaite died in 1998

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: 1974 Formula One World Championship

1974 Formula One World Championship
Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) McLaren. 1974 Formula One World Championship

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: Emerson Fittipaldi

Emerson Fittipaldi(BRA) Drove for Lotus, Mclaren, Copersucar and Fittipaldi from1970 to 1980 He was World Champion twice in 1972 and 1974

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: World Rally Championship: Richard Burns, right, and co-driver Robert Reid Subaru Impreza WRC

World Rally Championship: Richard Burns, right, and co-driver Robert Reid Subaru Impreza WRC celebrate Burns World
Richard Burns (GBR), right, and co-driver Robert Reid (GBR) Subaru Impreza WRC celebrate Burns World Rally Championship. WRC Rally of Great Britain, Cardiff, Wales. 22-25 November 2001. BEST IMAGE

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: Formula One World Championship: Third placed Jacques Villeneuve Williams celebrates becoming

Formula One World Championship: Third placed Jacques Villeneuve Williams celebrates becoming the World Champion
Third placed Jacques Villeneuve (CDN) Williams celebrates becoming the World Champion on the podium. European Grand Prix, Rd 17, Jerez, Spain, 26 October 1997

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: Formula One World Championship: Race winner Damon Hill Williams FW18 is able to celebrate his

Formula One World Championship: Race winner Damon Hill Williams FW18 is able to celebrate his winning of the world
Race winner Damon Hill (GBR) Williams FW18 is able to celebrate his winning of the world Championship. Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka, 13 October 1996

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: Formula One World Championship: At the end of the race Teddy Mayer, McLaren Team Manager, centre

Formula One World Championship: At the end of the race Teddy Mayer, McLaren Team Manager, centre
At the end of the race Teddy Mayer (USA), McLaren Team Manager, centre, attempts to slow down James Hunt (GBR), McLaren M23

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: 1971: Sutton Images Grand Prix Decades: 1970s: 1971: Sutton Images Grand Prix Decades: 1970s: 1971

1971: Sutton Images Grand Prix Decades: 1970s: 1971: Sutton Images Grand Prix Decades: 1970s: 1971
Sutton Images Grand Prix Decades: 1970s: 1971

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: Simtek Grand Prix Launch

Simtek Grand Prix Launch
L-R: David Brabham (AUS), Nick Wirth (GBR) Simtek Technical Director and Jack Brabham (AUS) with the new Simtek Ford S941 that will compete in the 1994 Formula One season

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: Formula One World Championship: British GP, Silverstone 10 July 1965

Formula One World Championship: British GP, Silverstone 10 July 1965
British GP, Silverstone 10 July 1965 Winner, Jim Clark Lotus 33

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: Formula One World Championship: Winner Ayrton Senna celebrates his win

Formula One World Championship: Winner Ayrton Senna celebrates his win and world championship on the podium
Winner Ayrton Senna (BRA) celebrates his win and world championship on the podium Japanese GP, Suzuka, 30th October 1988

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Formula One World Championship
Emerson Fittipaldi(BRA)left, and brother Wilson(BRA) 1977

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Formula One World Championship
Winner Graham Hill (GBR), Team Lotus, receives his trophy from Prince Rainier (MON) and Princess Grace (USA). Team Lotus Owner Colin Chapman (GBR) can be seen centre right in red

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: Formula One World Championship, Rd2, Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo, Monaco, 3 June 1962

Formula One World Championship, Rd2, Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo, Monaco, 3 June 1962
Phil Hill (USA) Ferrari 156. Formula One World Championship, Rd2, Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo, Monaco, 3 June 1962.

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: Formula One Championship, Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka, Japan, 30 October 1988

Formula One Championship, Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka, Japan, 30 October 1988
Ayrton Senna (BRA) McLaren MP4/4. Formula One Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka, 30 October 1988.

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Formula One World Championship
Georgie and Damon Hill plus winners trophy Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka, 13th October 1996

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: Formula One World Championship, Rd9, British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England, 13 July 1997

Formula One World Championship, Rd9, British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England, 13 July 1997
Race winner Jacques Villeneuve (CDN), Williams FW19. Formula One World Championship, Rd9, British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England, 13 July 1997.

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Formula One World Championship
Emerson Fittipaldi(BRA) celebrates his victory and first World Championship with his wife Maria Helena on the podium Italian GP, Monza, 10 September 1972

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Formula One World Championship
(L to R): New World Champion Niki Lauda (AUT) celebrates with race winner and Ferrari team mate Clay Regazzoni (SUI) in the Ferrari hospitality area

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Formula One World Championship
Jody Scheckter(RSA) with Phil Kerr, right British GP, Silverstone 1973

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Formula One World Championship
US GP, Watkins Glen, 4 October 1970 Emerson Fittipaldi wins in Lotus 72C, his first Grand Prix win

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Formula One World Championship
The Williams team celebrate as Damon Hill (GBR) takes the race and the title. Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka, 13th October 1996

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: F1 Formula 1 Formula One Gp Priority Portrait

F1 Formula 1 Formula One Gp Priority Portrait
Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, Mexico City, Mexico. Sunday 29 October 2017. Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG, celebrates his 4th world title along with his team, friends and family

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Formula One World Championship
German GP, Nurburgring 6 August 1961 Phil Hill, Ferrari 156, finished 3rd seen here at the Karussel corner

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Formula One World Championship
L to R: Michael Schumacher 2nd, Winner Mika Hakkinen and Eddie Irvine 3rd Japanese GP, Suzuka, 31 October 1999

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Formula One World Championship
Keke Rosberg (FIN) Williams is crowned World Champion after finishing fifth in the final race of the season. To his right are John Watson (GBR) McLaren and Michele Alboreto (ITA)

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Formula One World Championship
British GP, Aintree, 15 July 1961, Phil Hill(Ferrari 156) finished 2nd, leads Stirling Moss, (Lotus 18/21)

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Formula One World Championship
Jackie Stewart (GBR) Tyrrell 006/2 overcame illness and an early puncture to climb through the field and finish fourth, ensuring himself his third World Championship title as a result

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Formula One World Championship
Michael Schumacher (GER) Benetton Ford celebrates winning the Formula 1 World Championship with his race engineer, Pat Symonds (GBR). Australian Grand Prix, Adelaide, Australia, 13 November 1994

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Formula One World Championship
Teddy Mayer (USA), McLaren Team Manager, centre, holds three fingers up to James Hunt (GBR), climbing out of his McLaren immediately after the race

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Formula One World Championship
Jacques Villeneuve (CDN), Williams FW19 1st place Formula One World Championship, Rd2, Brazilian Grand Prix, Interlagos, Brazil, 28-30 March 1997

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Formula One World Championship
Dutch GP Zandvoort 22 May 1961 Phil Hill(Ferrari 156) Finished 2nd, leads Jim Clark Lotus 21, finished 3rd

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: Formula One Championship, Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka, Japan, 30 October 1988

Formula One Championship, Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka, Japan, 30 October 1988
Ayrton Senna (BRA) McLaren MP4/4 in the pits with his mechanics. Formula One Championship, Rd15, Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka, 30 October 1988

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Formula One World Championship
L-R: Newly crowned 1988 F1 World Champion Ayrton Senna (BRA) gives a post race interview alongside McLaren team mate Alain Prost (FRA). Japanese Grand Prix, Rd15, Suzuka, Japan. 30 October 1988

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Formula One World Championship
Graham Hill (GBR) 1975

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FIA World Rally Championship
2001 World Rally Champion Richard Burns (GBR) Peugeot 206 WRC on stage 4. Tour De Corse, Rd3, Corsica, France, 08 March 2002. DIGITAL IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Teddy Mayer (USA), McLaren Team Manager, centre, chats to James Hunt (GBR), climbing out of his McLaren immediately after the race

Background imageWorld Champion Collection: Formula One World Championship, Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka, Japan. 22 October 1989

Formula One World Championship, Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka, Japan. 22 October 1989
Alain Prost (FRA) McLaren MP4/5 walks from his car following a collision with team mate Ayrton Senna (BRA) at the entrance to the chicane. Meanwhile Senna pleads with the marshals to push start him

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Formula One World Championship
Jim Clark(GBR) Lotus 21 finished in 3rd place French GP, Reims, 2nd July 1961



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