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#1 mariner

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 08:36

At the recent Mclaren road car launch Ron Dennis apparently siad the following

"Since McLaren first stepped into the pit lane in 1966, 109 Formula 1 teams have come and gone, and the only two teams that have been going are Ferrari and ourselves.

"I don't want to be number 110."

I am not suggesting anybody tries to name all 109 but I was surprised at such a large number.

Ron Dennis is supposed to be very fastidious about things so I would assume he got the data from a good source, did anybody on this forum get a call from McLaren recently on this subject?











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#2 alansart

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 09:11

A quick scan through my source shows about 90, but some of these can hardly be called proper teams and are just names.

AAW
AGS
Aguri
Alfa Romeo
Andrea Moda
Anglo American Racers
Antique Automobiles
Arrows
ATS
BAR
Benetton
BMW
Brabham
Brawn??
BRM
BS Fabrications
Chequered Flag
Chesterfield Racing
Chris Amon
Clarke-Mordaunt-Guthrie
Connew
Cooper Car Co
Dallara
Dempster
Eifelland
Embassy Racing
Euro Brun
F&S Properties
Felday Engineering
Fittipaldi
Fondmetal
Footwork
Forti
Goldie Hexagon Racing
HB Bewaking
Hesketh Racing
Honda
Interscope Racing
Jaguar
Jordan
Kausen
Kojima Engineering
Larrousse
LEC
Leyton House
Life
Ligier
Lola
Lotus
Lucky Strike Racing
Lyncar
Maki Engineering
March
Matra
Melchester Racing
Merzario
Midland
Minardi
Modena Team SpA
MRD
Onyx
Osella
Pacific
Penske
Penthouse Rizla
Prost
RAM
Rial
Rob Walker
Sauber??
Scuderia Jolly Club
Shadow
Simtek
Spirit Racing
Spyker
StewartTeam Ensign
Team Gunston
Team P R Reilly
Team Rebaque
Team Surtees
Tecno Racing
Theodore Racing
Token
Toleman
Tom Wheatcroft Racing
Trojan
Tyrrell
Walter Wolf Racing
World Wide Racing
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#3 Odseybod

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 09:29

A quick scan through my source shows about 90, but some of these can hardly be called proper teams and are just names.

AAW
AGS
Aguri
Alfa Romeo
Andrea Moda
Anglo American Racers
Antique Automobiles
Arrows
ATS
BAR
Benetton
BMW
Brabham
Brawn??
BRM
BS Fabrications
Chequered Flag
Chesterfield Racing
Chris Amon
Clarke-Mordaunt-Guthrie
Connew
Cooper Car Co
Dallara
Dempster
Eifelland
Embassy Racing
Euro Brun
F&S Properties
Felday Engineering
Fittipaldi
Fondmetal
Footwork
Forti
Goldie Hexagon Racing
HB Bewaking
Hesketh Racing
Honda
Interscope Racing
Jaguar
Jordan
Kausen
Kojima Engineering
Larrousse
LEC
Leyton House
Life
Ligier
Lola
Lotus
Lucky Strike Racing
Lyncar
Maki Engineering
March
Matra
Melchester Racing
Merzario
Midland
Minardi
Modena Team SpA
MRD
Onyx
Osella
Pacific
Penske
Penthouse Rizla
Prost
RAM
Rial
Rob Walker
Sauber??
Scuderia Jolly Club
Shadow
Simtek
Spirit Racing
Spyker
StewartTeam Ensign
Team Gunston
Team P R Reilly
Team Rebaque
Team Surtees
Tecno Racing
Theodore Racing
Token
Toleman
Tom Wheatcroft Racing
Trojan
Tyrrell
Walter Wolf Racing
World Wide Racing
Zakspeed



Ensign? Toyota?

Could have a long debate whether or not Lotus should be there ...

Edited by Odseybod, 24 March 2010 - 09:31.


#4 kayemod

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 09:34

Tyrrell/BAR/Honda/Brawn/Mercedes make five teams all on their own of course, and there are a few lesser examples of the same kind of re-naming.

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 09:38

A few more:

Bellasi
Vel's Parnelli Jones
Lexington Racing
Shannon
Ecurie Bonnier
JA Pearce
Reg Parnell Racing
Team Chamaco-Collect
Bernard White Racing
DW Racing
Charles Voegele

Lola could be counted twice - Team Haas and the abortive Lola/Mastercard team. You could also make a case for the current Williams team being a different entity to the original one - not to mention counting de Tomaso and Iso separately!

#6 Rob29

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 09:43

Ensign? Toyota?

Could have a long debate whether or not Lotus should be there ...

I think this thread will run for some time :wave: Re 'come & gone' some of these teams were already around before McLaren arrived on the scene in1966.many have changed names,owners,etc.Some F1 teams,Chevron,never entered a World Championship race.

Edited by Rob29, 24 March 2010 - 09:43.


#7 Arjan de Roos

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 09:44

Once again a matter of definition.

#8 garyfrogeye

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 09:54

I agree, I think we need to know what criteria Ron Dennis used to come up with the figure of 109 teams.

#9 john ruston

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 10:16

If its about a hundred does it matter?

#10 Stephen W

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 10:30

If its about a hundred does it matter?


Correct; I find a lot of these sorts of threads become tedious as people struggle to define what is the real definition that we should be using.

It doesn't concern me that Bernard White Racing no longer exists as a team as it does exist in the record books which is what matters. I would be very concerned if no one knew which teams were around in 1968 but they do so the whole thing becomes pointless.

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#11 Giraffe

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 10:38

If its about a hundred does it matter?


It does make you wonder why Ron bothered to count them up, but then when you think of what's happened in his life in recent times, he has now got the time on his hands that allows him to indulge in such trivia.
I've always thought Ron was a bit OCD; this is the man who has his gravel drive picked up every six months, washed & replaced! :blush:


#12 bschenker

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 10:40

It's was never a team in F1 called Bellasi, the team name was "Silvio Moser Racing Team" entered in 1970 with owen Teamlicense, and in 1971 with the "Jolly Club Svizzera" license.

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#13 f1steveuk

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 10:42

Probably just another example of "Ronspeak" or Dennisperanto as it's known :drunk:

#14 kayemod

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 10:42

It does make you wonder why Ron bothered to count them up, but then when you think of what's happened in his life in recent times, he has now got the time on his hands that allows him to indulge in such trivia.
I've always thought Ron was a bit OCD; this is the man who has his gravel drive picked up every six months, washed & replaced! :blush:


That's a little unkind, you call it OCD, I'd call it attention to detail. It's been a formula for success for Ron over the years, as it has for the similarly inclined Bernie E.

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 10:45

That's a little unkind, you call it OCD, I'd call it attention to detail. It's been a formula for success for Ron over the years, as it has for the similarly inclined Bernie E.


There's a very thin line Rob, very thin. It's not an insult as lots of very successful people are like that. Dear old David Beckam openly declares himself to be so.

Edited by Giraffe, 24 March 2010 - 10:47.


#16 Ross Stonefeld

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 10:49

There's attention to detail (Bernie Ecclestone making sure his decals are *just* right on his cars and even making sure cabling in the office is tidy makes a lot of sense) and OCD(Dennis having his gravel drive constantly washed, Beckham aligning his soft drink cans in a certain way).

#17 Ray Bell

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 11:10

Bob Anderson... he ran under his own name, didn't he?

What about Guy Ligier when he was running the Brabham, rather than when he had the team?

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 11:55

Bob Anderson... he ran under his own name, didn't he?


DW Racing Enterprises.





Edit: Forgot the Racing bit

Edited by David Shaw, 24 March 2010 - 11:56.


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Posted 24 March 2010 - 13:07

There's attention to detail (Bernie Ecclestone making sure his decals are *just* right on his cars and even making sure cabling in the office is tidy makes a lot of sense) and OCD(Dennis having his gravel drive constantly washed, Beckham aligning his soft drink cans in a certain way).



The decals, and therefore the appearance of his cars, yep, I'd go with that, the wires, no! I can tell you there is nothing more annoying than having patched up a 16 video rack to do tape dubbing, and to come in and find it all taken apart, the wires coiled up and put in a draw because "they looked untidy", is waaaaay more than annoying. Making the 25 artic park in order, which took hours after the drivers had already been in the cab for days, just so they were in number plate order could be described as more than erksome, and ask the librarian at Biggin Hill when he founds hundreds of tapes moved out of place (and therefore untraceable) in order of size and colour rather than race/session date order, he too may not agree!!!



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#20 Ross Stonefeld

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 14:29

Oh, I wasn't aware of those. I was thinking more like having tidy desk computer gables. Which is a godsend once you do it.

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 16:18

There's attention to detail (Bernie Ecclestone making sure his decals are *just* right on his cars and even making sure cabling in the office is tidy makes a lot of sense) and OCD(Dennis having his gravel drive constantly washed, Beckham aligning his soft drink cans in a certain way).

I wouldn't be so quick to label anyone OCD. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder is a clinical malady that requires a diagnosis by a qualified medical practitioner, most likely specialising in psychiatry. From what I've read, those that truly do suffer from OCD have a disease that makes their lives a living hell.

Sorry, just me being excessively pedantic.

Neil

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 16:19

You could always tell when "His Nibs" was about. Clive Santo would appear by your desk (and believe me, I'm a tidy worker, my missus thinks I have OCD!!!), and as you chatted, you became aware that Clive was aligning the tape boxes, books, papers etc with the desk edge, piled up in order of size, just in case you were paid a visit.

But yes your very right, Mr E's biggest gripe, wires, hated them with a vengence!

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 16:23

But yes your very right, Mr E's biggest gripe, wires, hated them with a vengence!


Yes, but the question we're all asking, is does Bernie have his gravel washed? Maybe he sends it away to be dry-cleaned.


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Posted 24 March 2010 - 16:59

DW Racing Enterprises.

But nobody seems to know what it stood for...whether it was just Bob Anderson trying to look like a more substantial outfit. "New York, Paris, Peckham."

#25 Ray Bell

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 22:15

Isn't Obsessive Compulsive Dysorder the one that drives you to go back home five times before you've travelled 200 yards to check that you've locked the front door?

Or turned off the oven...

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Posted 24 March 2010 - 22:36

That's just one possible symptom. OCD covers a much larger base.

EDIT: And don't for a minute think that RD is suffering from it!

Edited by Michael Ferner, 24 March 2010 - 22:38.


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Posted 24 March 2010 - 23:10

Sorry for appearing a bit thick but I could not figure out what OCD was until a later posting explained all, then the lighbulb lit up!

For those of us not quite on the ball when it comes to abbreviations and other 'forum speak' may I suggest that forum submissions are in good old longhand, so to speak. After all it is not as if there is a tight space limitation here.

I would add that the original posting on this thread containing that description applying it to Ron Dennis could possibly be interpreted in some quarters on verging on the libellious in its implication.

Edited by retriever, 24 March 2010 - 23:19.


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Posted 24 March 2010 - 23:43

Greetings.........Back to the list of team names, & forgive me if I'm blind (I've been at a drawing board all day), but did I not see Williams ?
Cheers,
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Posted 25 March 2010 - 06:50

What's really interesting is the fact that so many people seem to think Ronzo was sitting in his office, biro in hand (Mont Blanc I'm sure)and trying to remember all the teams .I suspect he has a man who asks a man who asks his assistant to research the number. Wasn't it JYS who started this obsession with lining up his trucks so as to ensure the sidewall 'Bridgestone' legend was always precisely at the top of the wheels ? Me, I prefer the grunge of an early 70s paddock- fag ends and snap on tools.

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Posted 25 March 2010 - 09:03

Sorry for appearing a bit thick but I could not figure out what OCD was until a later posting explained all, then the lighbulb lit up!

For those of us not quite on the ball when it comes to abbreviations and other 'forum speak' may I suggest that forum submissions are in good old longhand, so to speak. After all it is not as if there is a tight space limitation here.

I would add that the original posting on this thread containing that description applying it to Ron Dennis could possibly be interpreted in some quarters on verging on the libellious in its implication.


'OCD' is a term in common usage, seen often in the national press & elsewhere. I'm not the first person to suggest Mr.Dennis might suffer from it and if David Beckham hasn't sued anybody as yet, I'm probably on safe ground! :D

Edited by Giraffe, 25 March 2010 - 09:20.


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Posted 25 March 2010 - 09:36

I'll throw Cosworth into the frame just for controversy. Car built, never raced, so did the team "come and go?"

'OCD' is a term in common usage, seen often in the national press & elsewhere. I'm not the first person to suggest Mr.Dennis might suffer from it and if David Beckham hasn't sued anybody as yet, I'm probably on safe ground! :D


Regarding OCD or terms you are not familiar with, you'll find Google quite handy retriever. It magically brings up 4,840,000 results relating to OCD in less than a third of a second, though admittedly not all will be related to the OCD we are talking about. Looking just at the first few results will have you half way to becoming an expert on the subject, or at the very least quite well informed.

Rob :wave:

Edited by Kingsleyrob, 25 March 2010 - 09:38.


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Posted 25 March 2010 - 16:08

Me, I prefer the grunge of an early 70s paddock- fag ends and snap on tools.


I think quite a few around here would agree with you. A time when almost anybody could see what was going on.

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Posted 25 March 2010 - 17:46

Nowadays the mehanics have a nice clean air conditioned or heated garage to work in. I imagine they still work just as hard and still put in the all-nighters when necessary.

Now, as to the precise number Ron Dennis came up with, if he had counted differently and come up with 99 or 100, if I had been in his position I would have felt that the number looked a guess and re-counted differently. It's the same as when I was at school and Mt Everest was 29,002 ft high. Apparently the surveyors measured it in different ways and took an average and it came out at exactly 29,000 ft. They felt that if they published that then people would think it was an approximation, so they took another look at their figures and came up with a new value of 29,002 feet.

However you look at it, that's an incredibly large number of teams that have failed to last the course. It's even surprisingly large if you count mainstream teams like BRM, Cooper, Lotus, Minardi etc

Edited by D-Type, 25 March 2010 - 17:51.


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Posted 26 March 2010 - 13:38

Nowadays the mehanics have a nice clean air conditioned or heated garage to work in


And a dedicated cup holder to prop up their pint of beer whilst they're adjusting wheel geometry :-)

This might make me look a tad OCD, but it'd be interesting to see a graph plotting the volume of teams that disappeared into the ether after each season since '66. I wonder if such a graph would illustrate a large spike over the next couple of seasons?

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Posted 26 March 2010 - 13:56

This might make me look a tad OCD, but it'd be interesting to see a graph plotting the volume of teams that disappeared into the ether after each season since '66. I wonder if such a graph would illustrate a large spike over the next couple of seasons?

Justin


Welcome to the OCD club, I'm sure there are a great many TNF members. In answer to your question though, since the starting point is so low in 2010, a set number of teams who are contractually bound to turn up to every race with two cars, I can't see that a spike of any kind is possible, though certainly we are bound to lose a few, maybe before this season is over. In 'the old days' of course, it was possible to turn up with a single car, sometimes for just one or two races, and it's 'teams' like this that make up most of Ron's list. As you say, it would be interesting to see a season by season analysis, but I think we all know roughly when the numbers of departed would have been greatest. Now, if you'll all excuse me, I'm off to 'face-up' (a retailing term) the labels on the jam jars in my fridge.


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Posted 26 March 2010 - 15:35

What's really interesting is the fact that so many people seem to think Ronzo was sitting in his office, biro in hand (Mont Blanc I'm sure)and trying to remember all the teams .I suspect he has a man who asks a man who asks his assistant to research the number.


I remember once being charged by the Swiss General Manager of a prestigeous hotel complex in the Middle East with writing a welcome speech to the Egyptian Ambassador on the occasion of the official opening of a grand festival. Having left it a tad late, I chose rather than refer to traditional and reliable sources of reference, to make it all up!
I marked the card of a couple of associates and they together with me watched the increasingly perplexed faces of His Excellency and his delegation as the GM spouted forth with an array of disarming demographical, geographical and social facts and statistics about Egypt that were infact utter rubbish!
I got away with it because the poorly informed Swiss GM thought it sounded impressive, and the Egyptian Ambassador was too polite to question it with him! The point I'm trying to make is that it's quite possible that Ron came up with an arbitrary figure knowing that it wasn't really worth researching, and like me knowing that no-one was likely to question it............... :cool:

Edited by Giraffe, 26 March 2010 - 15:37.


#37 kayemod

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Posted 26 March 2010 - 16:14

...knowing that no-one was likely to question it.


Except for a few of the TNF inmates of course.


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Posted 27 March 2010 - 00:59

"Since McLaren first stepped into the pit lane in 1966, 109 Formula 1 teams have come and gone, and the only two teams that have been going are Ferrari and ourselves."

Agree, that's a question of definition. Obviously Ron counted both factory and private teams. But it seems that those privateers who were self-entered only (e.g. Tom Jones at Mosport in 1967) are excluded from the list. Entries like "World Wide Racing" and "Team Lotus" could have been conjuncted together. One more key is that Ron counted only those teams, which had their debut WDC appearance not earlier than in 1966. Below is a possible Ron's list:

1. Shannon (1966)
WDC GP: 1
Car: Shannon
Entrant: Aiden Jones/Paul Emery
First race: 1966 RAC British Grand Prix (Round 4)
Last race: 1966 RAC British Grand Prix (Round 4)
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2. J.A. Pearce Engineering (1966)
WDC GP: 2
Car: Cooper
Entrant: J.A. Pearce Engineering Ltd
First race: 1966 RAC British Grand Prix (Round 4)
Last race: 1966 Grosser Preis von Deutschland (Round 6)
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3. Caltex Racing Team (1968)
WDC GP: 1
Car: Brabham
Entrant: Caltex Racing Team Frankfurt
First race: 1968 Grosser Preis von Deutschland (Round 8)
Last race: 1968 Grosser Preis von Deutschland (Round 8)
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4. Team Chamaco Collect (1966-1968)
WDC GP: 10
Car: BRM
Entrant: Team Chamaco Collect, Bernard White Racing
First race: 1966 Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco (Round 1)
Last race: 1968 Gran Premio d'Italia (Round 9)
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5. Charles Vogele Racing (1967-1968)
WDC GP: 6
Car: Cooper, Brabham
Entrant: Charles Vogele Racing
First race: 1967 British Grand Prix (Round 6)
Last race: 1968 Gran Premio d'Italia (Round 9)
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6. Eagle (1966-1968)
WDC GP: 27
Car: Eagle, McLaren
Entrant: Anglo American Racers
First race: 1966 Grand Prix de Belgique (Round 2)
Last race: 1968 Gran Premio de Mexico (Round 12)
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7. Castrol Oils Ltd (1967-1969)
WDC GP: 3
Car: Eagle
Entrant: Castrol Oils Ltd, John Maryon
First race: 1967 Canadian Grand Prix (Round 8)
Last race: 1969 Canadian Grand Prix (Round 9)
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8. Tom Wheatcroft Racing (1970)
WDC GP: 1
Car: Brabham
Entrant: Tom Wheatcroft Racing
First race: 1970 Grand Prix de Belgique (Round 4)
Last race: 1970 Grand Prix de Belgique (Round 4)
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9. Antique Automobiles/Colin Crabbe Racing (1969-1970)
WDC GP: 14
Car: Cooper, McLaren, March
Entrant: Colin Crabbe-Antique Automobiles, Antique Automobiles Racing Team, Colin Crabbe Racing
First race: 1969 Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco (Round 3)
Last race: 1970 United States Grand Prix (Round 12)
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10. Auto Motor und Sport (1970)
WDC GP: 13
Car: Brabham
Entrant: Auto Motor und Sport
First race: 1970 South African Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 1970 Gran Premio de Mexico (Round 13)
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11. Bellasi (1969-1971)
WDC GP: 13
Car: Brabham, Bellasi
Entrant: Silvio Moser Racing Team, Jolly Club Switzerland
First race: 1969 Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco (Round 3)
Last race: 1971 Gran Premio d' Italia (Round 9)
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12. Shell Arnold Team (1971)
WDC GP: 1
Car: March
Entrant: Shell Arnold Team
First race: 1971 Gran Premio d' Italia (Round 9)
Last race: 1971 Gran Premio d' Italia (Round 9)
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13. Ecurie Evergreen (1971)
WDC GP: 2
Car: Brabham
Entrant: Ecurie Evergreen/Alain de Cadenet
First race: 1971 Canadian Grand Prix (Round 10)
Last race: 1971 United States Grand Prix (Round 11)
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14. Eifelland (1972)
WDC GP: 8
Car: Eifelland
Entrant: Team Eifelland Caravans
First race: 1972 South African Grand Prix (Round 2)
Last race: 1972 Grosser Preis von Osterreich (Round 9)
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15. Connew Racing Team (1972)
WDC GP: 2
Car: Connew
Entrant: Darnvall Connew Racing Team
First race: 1972 John Player British Grand Prix/Grand Prix d'Europe (Round 7)
Last race: 1972 Grosser Preis von Osterreich (Round 9)
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16. Matra (1967-1968, 1970-1972)
WDC GP: 49
Car: Matra
Entrant: Matra Sports, Equipe Matra Elf, Equipe Matra Sports, Equipe Matra
First race: 1967 Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco (Round 2)
Last race: 1972 United States Grand Prix (Round 12)
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17. Gene Mason Racing (1971-1972)
WDC GP: 6
Car: March
Entrant: Gene Mason Racing
First race: 1971 Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco (Round 3)
Last race: 1972 United States Grand Prix (Round 12)
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18. Champcarr Inc. (1972)
WDC GP: 1
Car: Surtees
Entrant: Champcarr Inc.
First race: 1972 United States Grand Prix (Round 12)
Last race: 1972 United States Grand Prix (Round 12)
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19. Team Pierre Robert (1973)
WDC GP: 1
Car: March
Entrant: Team Pierre Robert
First race: 1973 Hitachi Sveriges Grand Prix (Round 7)
Last race: 1973 Hitachi Sveriges Grand Prix (Round 7)
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20. Tecno (1972-1973)
WDC GP: 13
Car: Tecno
Entrant: Martini Racing Team
First race: 1972 Grand Prix de Belgique (Round 5)
Last race: 1973 Grosser Preis von Osterreich (Round 12)
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21. Clarke-Mordaunt Guthrie (1971-1973)
WDC GP: 29
Car: March
Entrant: Clarke-Mordaunt-Guthrie Racing, Clarke-Mordaunt-Guthrie-Durlacher
First race: 1971 RAC Woolmark British Grand Prix (Round 6)
Last race: 1973 United States Grand Prix (Round 15)
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22. Allied Polymer Group (1974)
WDC GP: 1
Car: Brabham
Entrant: Allied Polymer Group
First race: 1974 John Player British Grand Prix (Round 10)
Last race: 1974 John Player British Grand Prix (Round 10)
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23. Dempster International (1974)
WDC GP: 1
Car: March
Entrant: Dempster International Racing Team
First race: 1974 John Player British Grand Prix (Round 10)
Last race: 1974 John Player British Grand Prix (Round 10)
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24. Token (1974)
WDC GP: 4
Car: Token
Entrant: Token Racing, Team Harper-Token Racing
First race: 1974 Grand Prix de Belgique (Round 5)
Last race: 1974 Grosser Preis von Osterreich (Round 12)
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25. Amon (1966, 1974)
WDC GP: 5
Car: Brabham, Amon
Entrant: Chris Amon, Chris Amon Racing, Dalton-Amon International
First race: 1966 Gran Premio d'Italia (Round 7)
Last race: 1974 Gran Premio d'Italia (Round 13)
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26. Trojan (1974)
WDC GP: 8
Car: Trojan
Entrant: Trojan-Tauranac Racing
First race: 1974 Gran Premio de Espana (Round 4)
Last race: 1974 Gran Premio d'Italia (Round 13)
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27. Scuderia Finotto (1974)
WDC GP: 4
Car: Brabham
Entrant: Scuderia Finotto
First race: 1974 Grand Prix de Belgique (Round 5)
Last race: 1974 Gran Premio d'Italia (Round 13)
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28. AAW Racing Team (1974)
WDC GP: 6
Car: Surtees
Entrant: AAW Racing Team
First race: 1974 Grand Prix de Belgique (Round 5)
Last race: 1974 Gran Premio d'Italia (Round 13)
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29. Team Canada Formula 1 (1974)
WDC GP: 1
Car: Brabham
Entrant: Team Canada Formula 1 Racing
First race: 1974 Canadian Grand Prix (Round 14)
Last race: 1974 Canadian Grand Prix (Round 14)
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30. John Goldie Racing (1974)
WDC GP: 15
Car: Brabham
Entrant: John Goldie Racing with Hexagon, Goldie Hexagon Racing
First race: 1974 Gran Premio de la Republica Argentina (Round 1)
Last race: 1974 United States Grand Prix (Round 15)
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31. Chequered Flag (1974)
WDC GP: 2
Car: Brabham
Entrant: Chequered Flag/Richard Oaten
First race: 1974 Canadian Grand Prix (Round 14)
Last race: 1974 United States Grand Prix (Round 15)
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32. Team Gunston (1968-1975)
WDC GP: 7
Car: Brabham, LDS, Lotus, March, Surtees
Entrant: Team Gunston
First race: 1968 South African Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 1975 South African Grand Prix (Round 3)
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33. Harry Stiller Racing (1975)
WDC GP: 4
Car: Hesketh
Entrant: Custom Made Harry Stiller Racing
First race: 1975 Gran Premio de Espana (Round 4)
Last race: 1975 Polar Caravans Sveriges Grand Prix (Round 7)
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34. Polar Caravans (1975)
WDC GP: 2
Car: Hesketh
Entrant: Polar Caravans
First race: 1975 Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco (Round 5)
Last race: 1975 Polar Caravans Sveriges Grand Prix (Round 7)
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35. Lyncar (1974-1975)
WDC GP: 2
Car: Lyncar
Entrant: Pinch Plant Ltd
First race: 1974 John Player British Grand Prix (Round 10)
Last race: 1975 John Player British Grand Prix (Round 10)
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36. Warsteiner Brewery (1975)
WDC GP: 3
Car: Hesketh
Entrant: Warsteiner Brewery
First race: 1975 Grosser Preis von Deutschland (Round 11)
Last race: 1975 Gran Premio d' Italia (Round 13)
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37. Hill (1973-1975)
WDC GP: 41
Car: Shadow, Lola, Hill
Entrant: Embassy Racing, Embassy Racing with Graham Hill
First race: 1973 Gran Premio de Espana (Round 4)
Last race: 1975 United States Grand Prix (Round 15)
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38. Blignaut (1973-1976)
WDC GP: 4
Car: Tyrrell
Entrant: Blignaut-Lucky Strike Racing, Alex Blignaut/Embassy Racing SA, Lexington Racing
First race: 1973 South African Grand Prix (Round 3)
Last race: 1976 The Citizen Grand Prix of South Africa (Round 2)
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39. Parnelli (1974-1976)
WDC GP: 16
Car: Parnelli
Entrant: Vel's Parnelli Jones Racing
First race: 1974 Canadian Grand Prix (Round 14)
Last race: 1976 United States Grand Prix West (Round 3)
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40. Shellsport/Whiting (1976)
WDC GP: 1
Car: Surtees
Entrant: Shellsport/Whiting
First race: 1976 John Player British Grand Prix (Round 9)
Last race: 1976 John Player British Grand Prix (Round 9)
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41. Team P.R. Reilly (1976)
WDC GP: 1
Car: Shadow
Entrant: Team P.R. Reilly
First race: 1976 John Player British Grand Prix (Round 9)
Last race: 1976 John Player British Grand Prix (Round 9)
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42. F&S Properties (1976)
WDC GP: 1
Car: Penske
Entrant: F&S Properties
First race: 1976 Grote Prijs van Nederland (Round 12)
Last race: 1976 Grote Prijs van Nederland (Round 12)
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43. Scuderia Gulf Rondini (1976)
WDC GP: 4
Car: Tyrrell
Entrant: Scuderia Gulf Rondini
First race: 1976 Grosser Preis von Deutschland (Round 10)
Last race: 1976 Gran Premio d'Italia (Round 13)
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44. OASC Racing Team (1976)
WDC GP: 3
Car: Tyrrell
Entrant: OASC Racing Team
First race: 1976 Gran Premio d'Italia (Round 13)
Last race: 1976 Grand Prix of the United States (Round 15)
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45. Maki (1974-1976)
WDC GP: 8
Car: Maki
Entrant: Maki Engineering
First race: 1974 John Player British Grand Prix (Round 10)
Last race: 1976 Japanese Grand Prix (Round 16)
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46. Penske (1974-1976)
WDC GP: 31
Car: Penske, March
Entrant: Penske Cars, Citibank Team Penske
First race: 1974 Canadian Grand Prix (Round 14)
Last race: 1976 Japanese Grand Prix (Round 16)
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47. LEC (1973, 1977)
WDC GP: 10
Car: March, LEC
Entrant: LEC Refrigeration Racing
First race: 1973 Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco (Round 6)
Last race: 1977 John Player British Grand Prix/Grand Prix d'Europe (Round 10)
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48. McGuire (1977)
WDC GP: 1
Car: McGuire
Entrant: Brian McGuire
First race: 1977 John Player British Grand Prix/Grand Prix d'Europe (Round 10)
Last race: 1977 John Player British Grand Prix/Grand Prix d'Europe (Round 10)
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49. British Formula One Racing Team (1977)
WDC GP: 4
Car: March
Entrant: British Formula One Racing Team
First race: 1977 Gran Premio de Espana (Round 5)
Last race: 1977 Grosser Preis von Osterreich (Round 12)
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50. Boro (1976-1977)
WDC GP: 8
Car: Boro
Entrant: HB Bewaking Alarmsystemen
First race: 1976 Gran Premio de Espana (Round 4)
Last race: 1977 Gran Premio d' Italia (Round 14)
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51. Apollon (1977)
WDC GP: 1
Car: Apollon
Entrant: Jolly Club of Switzerland
First race: 1977 Gran Premio d' Italia (Round 14)
Last race: 1977 Gran Premio d' Italia (Round 14)
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52. Heroes Racing Corporation (1976-1977)
WDC GP: 2
Car: Tyrrell, Kojima
Entrant: Heroes Racing Corporation
First race: 1976 Japanese Grand Prix (Round 16)
Last race: 1977 Japanese Grand Prix (Round 17)
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53. Kojima (1976-1977)
WDC GP: 2
Car: Kojima
Entrant: Kojima Engineering
First race: 1976 Japanese Grand Prix (Round 16)
Last race: 1977 Japanese Grand Prix (Round 17)
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54. Meiritsu Racing Team (1977)
WDC GP: 1
Car: Tyrrell
Entrant: Meiritsu Racing Team
First race: 1977 Japanese Grand Prix (Round 17)
Last race: 1977 Japanese Grand Prix (Round 17)
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55. Hesketh (1973-1978)
WDC GP: 70
Car: March, Hesketh
Entrant: Hesketh Racing, Penthouse Rizla Racing with Hesketh, Penthouse Rizla Racing, Olympus Cameras/Hesketh Racing
First race: 1973 Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco (Round 6)
Last race: 1978 Grote Prijs van Belgie (Round 6)
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56. Melchester Racing (1977-1978)
WDC GP: 2
Car: Surtees, McLaren
Entrant: Melchester Racing
First race: 1977 John Player British Grand Prix/Grand Prix d'Europe (Round 10)
Last race: 1978 John Player British Grand Prix (Round 10)
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57. Mario Deliotti Racing (1978)
WDC GP: 1
Car: Ensign
Entrant: Mario Deliotti Racing
First race: 1978 John Player British Grand Prix (Round 10)
Last race: 1978 John Player British Grand Prix (Round 10)
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58. Interscope Racing (1977-1978)
WDC GP: 4
Car: Penske, Shadow
Entrant: Interscope Racing
First race: 1977 Toyota Grand Prix of the United States (Round 15)
Last race: 1978 Grote Prijs van Nederland (Round 13)
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59. Martini (1978)
WDC GP: 7
Car: Martini
Entrant: Automobiles Martini
First race: 1978 Citizen & Asseng South African Grand Prix (Round 3)
Last race: 1978 Grote Prijs van Nederland (Round 13)
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60. B & S Fabrications (1976-1978)
WDC GP: 36
Car: Surtees, March, McLaren
Entrant: Team Norev Racing/B & S Fabrications, Chesterfield Racing, Liggett Group/B & S Fabrications, B & S Fabrications
First race: 1976 Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco (Round 6)
Last race: 1978 Gran Premio d'Italia (Round 14)
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61. Surtees (1970-1978)
WDC GP: 123
Car: McLaren, Surtees
Entrant: Team Surtees, Brooke Bond Oxo/Rob Walker/Team Surtees, Auto Motor und Sport/Team Surtees, Ceramica Pagnossin Team Surtees, Flame Out Team Surtees, Brooke Bond Oxo Team Surtees, Bang & Olufsen Team Surtees, Memphis International Team Surtees, National Organs - Team Surtees, Durex Team Surtees, Beta Team Surtees
First race: 1970 South African Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 1978 Canadian Grand Prix (Round 16)
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62. Willi Kauhsen Racing Team (1979)
WDC GP: 2
Car: Kauhsen
Entrant: Willi Kauhsen Racing Team
First race: 1979 Gran Premio de Espana (Round 5)
Last race: 1979 Grote Prijs van Belgie (Round 6)
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63. Wolf (1976-1979)
WDC GP: 61
Car: Wolf-Williams, Williams
Entrant: Walter Wolf Racing, Olympus Cameras Wolf Racing
First race: 1976 Gran Premio de Espana (Round 4)
Last race: 1979 Toyota Grand Prix of the United States (Round 15)
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64. Merzario (1977-1979)
WDC GP: 38
Car: March, Merzario
Entrant: Team Merzario
First race: 1977 Gran Premio de Espana (Round 5)
Last race: 1979 Toyota Grand Prix of the United States (Round 15)
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65. Rebaque (1978-1979)
WDC GP: 30
Car: Lotus, Rebaque
Entrant: Team Rebaque
First race: 1978 Gran Premio de la Republica Argentina (Round 1)
Last race: 1979 Toyota Grand Prix of the United States (Round 15)
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66. Shadow (1973-1980)
WDC GP: 112
Car: Shadow
Entrant: UOP Shadow Racing Team, Shadow Racing Team, Shadow Racing with Tabatip, Samson Shadow Racing Team, Interscope Shadow Racing Team, Shadow Cars, Theodore Shadow
First race: 1973 South African Grand Prix (Round 3)
Last race: 1980 Grand Prix de France (Round 7)
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67. Brands Hatch Racing (1980)
WDC GP: 1
Car: Williams
Entrant: Brands Hatch Racing
First race: 1980 Marlboro British Grand Prix (Round 8)
Last race: 1980 Marlboro British Grand Prix (Round 8)
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68. Ensign (1973-1982)
WDC GP: 134
Car: Ensign
Entrant: Team Ensign, HB Bewaking Team Ensign, Team Tissot Ensign with Castrol, Team Tissot Ensign, Sachs Racing, Unipart Racing Team, Ensign Racing Team
First race: 1973 Grand Prix de France (Round 8)
Last race: 1982 Caesar's Palace Grand Prix (Round 16)
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69. Fittipaldi (1975-1982)
WDC GP: 120
Car: Copersucar, Fittipaldi
Entrant: Copersucar-Fittipaldi, Fittipaldi Automotive, Skol Fittipaldi Team
First race: 1975 Gran Premio de la Republica Argentina (Round 1)
Last race: 1982 Caesar's Palace Grand Prix (Round 16)
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70. Theodore (1976-1978, 1981-1983)
WDC GP: 64
Car: March, Ensign, Theodore, Wolf
Entrant: Theodore Racing, Theodore Racing Hong Kong, Theodore Racing Team
First race: 1976 United States Grand Prix West (Round 3)
Last race: 1983 John Player Grand Prix of Europe (Round 14)
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71. ATS (1977-1984)
WDC GP: 118
Car: Penske, ATS
Entrant: ATS Racing Team, ATS Engineering, F&S Properties/ATS Racing Team, ATS Wheels, Team ATS
First race: 1977 United States Grand Prix West (Round 4)
Last race: 1984 Grande Premio de Portugal (Round 16)
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72. Spirit (1983-1985)
WDC GP: 25
Car: Spirit
Entrant: Spirit Racing, Spirit Enterprises Ltd
First race: 1983 Marlboro British Grand Prix (Round 9)
Last race: 1985 Gran Premio di San Marino (Round 3)
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73. RAM (1976-1977, 1980, 1983-1985)
WDC GP: 65
Car: Brabham, March, Williams, RAM
Entrant: RAM Racing, RAM Racing with Lavazza, RAM Racing/F&S Properties, RAM/Williams Grand Prix Engineering, RAM/Penthouse-Rizla Racing, RAM/Rainbow Jeans Racing, RAM/Theodore/Rainbow Jeans Racing, RAM Automotive Team March, Skoal Bandit Formula 1 Team
First race: 1976 Gran Premio de Espana (Round 4)
Last race: 1985 Shell Oils Grand Prix of Europe (Round 14)
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74. Toleman (1981-1985)
WDC GP: 70
Car: Toleman
Entrant: Candy Toleman Motorsport, Toleman Group Motorsport
First race: 1981 Gran Premio di San Marino (Round 4)
Last race: 1985 Mitsubishi Australian Grand Prix (Round 16)
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75. Team Haas (USA) Ltd (1985-1986)
WDC GP: 20
Car: Lola
Entrant: Team Haas (USA) Ltd
First race: 1985 Gran Premio d'Italia (Round 12)
Last race: 1986 Foster's Australian Grand Prix (Round 16)
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76. Zakspeed (1985-1989)
WDC GP: 74
Car: Zakspeed
Entrant: West Zakspeed Racing
First race: 1985 Grande Premio de Portugal (Round 2)
Last race: 1989 Foster's Australian Grand Prix (Round 16)
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77. Rial Racing (1988-1989)
WDC GP: 32
Car: Rial
Entrant: Rial Racing
First race: 1988 Grande Premio do Brasil (Round 1)
Last race: 1989 Foster's Australian Grand Prix (Round 16)
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78. Onyx (1989-1990)
WDC GP: 26
Car: Onyx, Monteverdi
Entrant: Moneytron Onyx, Moneytron Onyx Formula One, Monteverdi Onyx Formula One
First race: 1989 Grande Premio do Brasil (Round 1)
Last race: 1990 Pop 84 Magyar Nagydij (Round 10)
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79. EuroBrun (1988-1990)
WDC GP: 46
Car: EuroBrun
Entrant: EuroBrun Racing
First race: 1988 Grande Premio do Brasil (Round 1)
Last race: 1990 Gran Premio Tio Pepe de Espana (Round 14)
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80. Life (1990)
WDC GP: 14
Car: Life
Entrant: Life Racing Engines
First race: 1990 Iceberg United States Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 1990 Gran Premio Tio Pepe de Espana (Round 14)
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81. Osella (1980-1990)
WDC GP: 172
Car: Osella
Entrant: Osella Squadra Corse, Fondmetal Osella
First race: 1980 Gran Premio de la Republica Argentina (Round 1)
Last race: 1990 Foster's Australian Grand Prix (Round 16)
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82. AGS (1986-1991)
WDC GP: 80
Car: AGS
Entrant: Jolly Club SpA, Team El Charro AGS, Automobiles Gonfaronaise Sportive
First race: 1986 Gran Premio d'Italia (Round 13)
Last race: 1991 Tio Pepe Gran Premio de Espana (Round 14)
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83. Coloni (1987-1991)
WDC GP: 65
Car: Coloni
Entrant: Enzo Coloni Racing Car System, Coloni SpA, Subaru Coloni Racing, Coloni Racing Srl
First race: 1987 Gran Premio d'Italia (Round 11)
Last race: 1991 Foster's Australian Grand Prix (Round 16)
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84. Modena (1991)
WDC GP: 16
Car: Lamborghini
Entrant: Modena Team SpA
First race: 1991 Iceberg United States Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 1991 Foster's Australian Grand Prix (Round 16)
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85. Andrea Moda (1992)
WDC GP: 12
Car: Coloni, Andrea Moda
Entrant: Andrea Moda Formula
First race: 1992 Yellow Pages South African Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 1992 Grand Prix de Belgique (Round 12)
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86. Fondmetal (1991-1992)
WDC GP: 29
Car: Fomet, Fondmetal
Entrant: Fondmetal F1 SpA
First race: 1991 Iceberg United States Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 1992 Pioneer Gran Premio d'Italia (Round 13)
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87. March (1970-1977, 1981-1982, 1987-1992)
WDC GP: 237
Car: March, Leyton House
Entrant: March Engineering, STP March Racing Team, March Racing Team, Beta Team March, Lavazza March, March Racing, Ovoro Team March, Hollywood March Racing, Team Rothmans International, March Grand Prix Team, Rothmans March Grand Prix Team, Leyton House March Racing Team, Leyton House Racing, March F1
First race: 1970 South African Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 1992 Foster's Australian Grand Prix (Round 16)
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88. BMS Scuderia Italia (1988-1993)
WDC GP: 94
Car: Dallara, Lola
Entrant: Scuderia Italia, Scuderia Italia SpA, BMS Scuderia Italia SpA
First race: 1988 Grande Premio do Brasil (Round 1)
Last race: 1993 Grande Premio de Portugal (Round 14)
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89. Larrousse (1987-1994)
WDC GP: 127
Car: Lola, Venturi, Larrousse
Entrant: Larrousse Calmels, Equipe Larrousse, Espo Larrousse F1, Larrousse F1, Central Park Venturi Larrousse, Tourtel Larrousse F1
First race: 1987 Gran Premio di San Marino (Round 2)
Last race: 1994 Australian Grand Prix (Round 16)
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90. Simtek (1994-1995)
WDC GP: 21
Car: Simtek
Entrant: MTV Simtek Ford
First race: 1994 Grande Premio do Brasil (Round 1)
Last race: 1995 Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco (Round 5)
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91. Pacific (1994-1995)
WDC GP: 33
Car: Pacific
Entrant: Pacific Grand Prix Ltd
First race: 1994 Grande Premio do Brasil (Round 1)
Last race: 1995 EDS Australian Grand Prix (Round 17)
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92. Forti Corse (1995-1996)
WDC GP: 27
Car: Forti
Entrant: Parmalat Forti Ford, Forti Corse Srl
First race: 1995 Grande Premio do Brasil (Round 1)
Last race: 1996 RAC British Grand Prix (Round 10)
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93. Ligier (1966-1967, 1976-1996)
WDC GP: 343
Car: Cooper, Brabham, Ligier
Entrant: Guy Ligier, Ligier Gitanes, Equipe Ligier Gitanes, Equipe Talbot Gitanes, Ligier Loto, Equipe Ligier, Ligier Gitanes, Ligier Gitanes Blondes, Equipe Ligier Gauloises Blondes
First race: 1966 Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco (Round 1)
Last race: 1996 Fuji Television Japanese Grand Prix
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94. MasterCard Lola (1997)
WDC GP: 1
Car: Lola
Entrant: Mastercard Lola F1 Team
First race: 1997 Qantas Australian Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 1997 Qantas Australian Grand Prix (Round 1)
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95. Tyrrell (1968-1998)
WDC GP: 466
Car: Matra, March, Tyrrell
Entrant: Matra International, Tyrrell Racing Organisation, Elf Team Tyrrell, Team Tyrrell, Candy Tyrrell Team, Tyrrell Racing Team, Benetton Tyrrell Team, Data General Team Tyrrell, Braun Tyrrell Honda, Nokia Tyrrell Yamaha, Tyrrell Yamaha, PIAA Tyrrell
First race: 1968 South African Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 1998 Fuji Television Japanese Grand Prix (Round 16)
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96. Stewart (1997-1999)
WDC GP: 49
Car: Stewart
Entrant: HSBC Malaysia Stewart Ford, HSBC Stewart Ford
First race: 1997 Qantas Australian Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 1999 Fuji Television Japanese Grand Prix (Round 16)
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97. Benetton (1986-2001)
WDC GP: 260
Car: Benetton
Entrant: Benetton Formula Ltd, Camel Benetton Ford, Mild Seven Benetton Ford, Mild Seven Benetton Renault, Mild Seven Benetton Playlife
First race: 1986 Grande Premio do Brasil (Round 1)
Last race: 2001 Fuji Television Japanese Grand Prix (Round 17)
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98. Prost (1997-2001)
WDC GP: 83
Car: Prost
Entrant: Prost Gauloises Blondes, Gauloises Prost Peugeot, Prost Acer
First race: 1997 Qantas Australian Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 2001 Fuji Television Japanese Grand Prix (Round 17)
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99. Arrows (1978-2002)
WDC GP: 393
Car: Arrows, Footwork
Entrant: Arrows Racing Team, Warsteiner Arrows Racing Team, Ragno Arrows Beta Racing Team, Barclay Nordica Arrows, Barclay Nordica Arrows BMW, Barclay Arrows BMW, USF&G Arrows Megatron, Arrows Grand Prix International, Footwork Arrows Racing, Footwork Grand Prix International, Footwork Mugen Honda, Footwork Ford, Footwork Hart, Danka Arrows Yamaha, Danka Zepter Arrows, Repsol Arrows, Orange Arrows F1 Team, Orange Arrows Asiatech, Orange Arrows
First race: 1978 Grande Premio do Brasil (Round 2)
Last race: 2002 Grosser Mobil 1 Preis von Deutschland (Round 12)
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100. Jaguar (2000-2004)
WDC GP: 85
Car: Jaguar
Entrant: Jaguar Racing
First race: 2000 Qantas Australian Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 2004 Grande Premio Marlboro do Brasil (Round 18)
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101. Minardi (1985-2005)
WDC GP: 346
Car: Minardi
Entrant: Minardi Team, Lois Minardi Team, SCM Minardi Team, Minardi Scuderia Italia, Minardi Team SpA, Telefonica Minardi Fondmetal, European Minardi F1, KL Minardi Asiatech, European Minardi Cosworth, Gazprom Minardi Cosworth, Wilux Minardi Cosworth, Minardi Cosworth
First race: 1985 Grande Premio do Brasil (Round 1)
Last race: 2005 Sinopec Chinese Grand Prix (Round 19)
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102. Jordan (1991-2005)
WDC GP: 250
Car: Jordan
Entrant: Team 7UP Jordan, Sasol Jordan Yamaha, Sasol Jordan, Total Jordan Peugeot, Benson & Hedges Jordan Peugeot, Benson & Hedges Total Jordan Peugeot, Benson & Hedges Jordan, Benson & Hedges Jordan Honda, DHL Jordan Honda, Benson & Hedges Jordan Ford, Jordan Ford, Jordan Grand Prix
First race: 1991 Iceberg United States Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 2005 Sinopec Chinese Grand Prix (Round 19)
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103. BAR (1999-2005)
WDC GP: 118
Car: BAR
Entrant: British American Racing, Lucky Strike British American Racing Honda, Lucky Strike Reynard British American Racing Honda, Lucky Strike BAR Honda
First race: 1999 Qantas Australian Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 2005 Sinopec Chinese Grand Prix (Round 19)
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104. Midland (2006)
WDC GP: 15
Car: Midland
Entrant: Midland F1 Racing
First race: 2006 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 2006 Gran Premio Vodafone d'Italia (Round 15)
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105. Spyker (2006-2007)
WDC GP: 20
Car: Midland, Spyker
Entrant: Spyker MF1 Racing, Etihad Aldar Spyker F1 Racing
First race: 2006 Sinopec Chinese Grand Prix (Round 16)
Last race: 2007 Grande Premio do Brasil (Round 17)
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106. Super Aguri (2006-2008)
WDC GP: 39
Car: Super Aguri
Entrant: Super Aguri F1, Super Aguri F1 Team
First race: 2006 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 2008 Gran Premio de Espana Telefonica (Round 4)
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107. BMW (1967-1968, 2006-2009)
WDC GP: 72
Car: Lola, BMW
Entrant: Bayerische Motoren Werke AG Munchen, BMW Sauber F1 Team
First race: 1967 Grosser Preis von Deutschland (Round 7)
Last race: 2009 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Round 17)
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108. Toyota (2002-2009)
WDC GP: 140
Car: Toyota
Entrant: Panasonic Toyota Racing
First race: 2002 Foster's Australian Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 2009 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Round 17)
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109. Brawn (2009)
WDC GP: 17
Car: Brawn
Entrant: Brawn GP Formula One Team
First race: 2009 ING Australian Grand Prix (Round 1)
Last race: 2009 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Round 17)
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#42 Giraffe

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Posted 27 March 2010 - 08:16

I don't know how you put that together Rocky2, but it's a staggering piece of work! Hat's off to you! :up:

#43 pallas1970

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Posted 27 March 2010 - 08:31

er, I think that looks like a pretty good list to me. Can you come around and help me tidy my shed? James

#44 Tim Murray

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Posted 27 March 2010 - 08:34

I don't know how you put that together Rocky2, but it's a staggering piece of work! Hat's off to you! :up:

Hear hear. Most impressive work. :clap:

#45 Barry Boor

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Posted 27 March 2010 - 10:36

Personally, I rather like # 15.

#46 Ross Stonefeld

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Posted 27 March 2010 - 11:23

I think that shows 109 is an incorrect number, 11 of the last 14 continued under new names.

Although, as an example of entries in terms of the group paying for the team, I suppose it's correct. In that Jordan couldn't go any further so he had to sell to Midland, who couldn't go any further and became Spyker, who became Force India, etc; even though it was the same team.

#47 bschenker

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Posted 27 March 2010 - 20:06

11. Bellasi (1969-1971)
WDC GP: 13
Car: Brabham, Bellasi
Entrant: Silvio Moser Racing Team, Jolly Club Switzerland
First race: 1969 Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco (Round 3)
Last race: 1971 Gran Premio d' Italia (Round 9)


Why Bellasi and not Silvio Moser Racing Team, like used by Voegele as example?

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Posted 27 March 2010 - 20:53

According to Lang, Silvio Moser in 1968 raced cars entered by Charles Vogele, suggesting a private entrant rather than a team while in 1969 and 1970 he was entered by Silvio Moser Racing Team. Brabham in 1968-69 and Bellasi in 1970, then in 1971 he had a single appearance in the Bellasi, but entered by Jolly Club Switzerland.

So maybe Rocky2 should have written the team as "Silvio Moser Racing Team" rather than "Bellasi".

Does it matter? We have already established that the definition of "team" is subjective and highly flexible. I am sure it would be possible to justify any number between 90 and 120 by judicious choice of definition.

#49 bschenker

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Posted 28 March 2010 - 00:06

According to Lang, Silvio Moser in 1968 raced cars entered by Charles Vogele, suggesting a private entrant rather than a team while in 1969 and 1970 he was entered by Silvio Moser Racing Team. Brabham in 1968-69 and Bellasi in 1970, then in 1971 he had a single appearance in the Bellasi, but entered by Jolly Club Switzerland.

But always from the Silvio Moser Racing Team who in 1971 have not taken an entrant license.It’s been a last minute decision to start.

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Posted 28 March 2010 - 13:57

I don't quite understand the parameters of the list - is it teams who joined in after the beginning of the 3-litre F1 and then stopped? If so, Chamaco-Collect were in the very first 3L GP, Monaco 1966. And where are J.A.Pearce?

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