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#1 HistoryFan

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Posted 15 August 2021 - 07:47

Does anyone know how many different F1 cars were ever built which raced in F1? And how many different chassis?



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#2 Bloggsworth

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Posted 15 August 2021 - 08:53

Someone will, but not me...



#3 Collombin

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Posted 15 August 2021 - 09:01

You know how most sites that quote the total number of Indy 500 drivers are wrong by about 50? The margins of error on this one could be even greater.

#4 AllanL

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Posted 15 August 2021 - 09:55

I'm obviously going nuts as I swear I saw another response to this!

 

Anyway apart from the gargantuan scale of the task of listing every chassis there is also the complexity of how many of those chassis wore the same identifying plates as another bent/replaced chassis, or how many chassis plates were re-used to cut down on customs paperwork?

 

A quick example is the well testified history of Lotus 49 chassis rebuilds and renumbers. I also remember reading about a customer for a "new" March chassis finding blue and yellow paint from the previous year under his shiny new paint job.

 

Oh and do you count the guy who failed to qualify, but sneaked out and joined the back of the field anyway before getting black flagged from the race wot he should not have been in? As a second hand car was involved that may not be a problem.

 

Perhaps Sebastian Vettel could have a go at listing them in reverse!



#5 D-Type

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Posted 15 August 2021 - 09:57

For a start Mike Lawrence's  "Grand Prix Cars 1945-1965" lists 100 cars.  Deduct out the F2 cars from 1952-53 and that would drop to, say, 80.  Add in the new makes since 1966 and you'll be back up to at least the 100.  Now decide whether, for example, McLaren-Ford, McLaren-Porsche, McLaren-BRM, McLaren-Honda, McLaren-Alfa Romeo etc are one make or severaand the picture comes even murkier,  Then we have rebranding, eg is a McGuire a different car from a Williams?  These and other variables could give you a number of makes of 100 to maybe 250.

As for chassis.  How do you count these?  On the one hand, Maserati made about 25 250Fs, all slightly different, is that one chassis or 25?  Then a company which has been in racing for 50 years could have produced a new, or revised, design each yeaand maybe 5 examples of each - that's 250 chassis per maker.  So the number of chassis could be any number you can think of  up to maybe 50,000.

​It would be a lifetime's work to come up with a number for either of these meaningless statistics.


Edited by D-Type, 18 August 2021 - 09:09.


#6 Tim Murray

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Posted 15 August 2021 - 10:12

StatsF1 lists 164 different constructors, but they include those that raced solely at Indianapolis 1950-60 or in the 1952 and 1953 championships, so it’s not an exclusively F1 list:

https://www.statsf1..../gp/nombre.aspx

#7 Sterzo

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Posted 15 August 2021 - 16:44

I also remember reading about a customer for a "new" March chassis finding blue and yellow paint from the previous year under his shiny new paint job.

Now my memory is unreliable, but I think this was Ian Scheckter who, in 1977, had a "new" chassis which turned out to have orange paint underneath, implying the car was second-hand, and may not have escaped an occasional ding.



#8 Izzyeviel

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Posted 16 August 2021 - 10:39

Now my memory is unreliable, but I think this was Ian Scheckter who, in 1977, had a "new" chassis which turned out to have orange paint underneath, implying the car was second-hand, and may not have escaped an occasional ding.

It was the same car Brambilla won in Austria with...



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Posted 17 August 2021 - 06:39

It was the same car Brambilla won in Austria with...

 

I do not remember all the details but there is a similar story regarding old paint with the alledgedly 'new' 761 Frank Williams acquired for Patrick Neve to race :-)



#10 Henk Vasmel

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Posted 17 August 2021 - 15:28

I do not remember all the details but there is a similar story regarding old paint with the alledgedly 'new' 761 Frank Williams acquired for Patrick Neve to race :-)

In my notes it is actually an old 742! (unknown which one)



#11 Glengavel

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Posted 17 August 2021 - 21:39

I've taken every year from f1technical.net, thrown out obvious duplicates (but not Indy or F2 cars) and arrived at the figure of 991 different chassis types, including B, C, D variations and all the other alphabetti spaghetti.



#12 AllanL

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Posted 18 August 2021 - 09:34

It was the same car Brambilla won in Austria with...

Well your unreliable memory is probably better than mine! at least I think that is what SWMBO keeps muttering.......

 

As for March pulling a fast one on Frank, well that must have been a first. Perhaps they were phoning each other from adjacent phone boxes. If there is anyone sharper than a second hand car salesman it has to be a second hand (pre-loved?) racing car salesman. One careful owner and then there was Vittorio.

 

I must dig out my history of March that Max allegedly threatened to sue the author over. The author has stated that he told Max he would see him in court and Max backed down. A first for everything.



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Posted 18 August 2021 - 09:54

I've taken every year from f1technical.net, thrown out obvious duplicates (but not Indy or F2 cars) and arrived at the figure of 991 different chassis types, including B, C, D variations and all the other alphabetti spaghetti.

 

Must have been good fun when it came to the Alfa Romeo 179's in 1981, I remember even Jenks giving up on trying to work out what was going on their with the mixture of 1981 cars 179C, updated 1980 179D, and updated 1981 179E  :stoned:



#14 Glengavel

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Posted 18 August 2021 - 10:37

Must have been good fun when it came to the Alfa Romeo 179's in 1981, I remember even Jenks giving up on trying to work out what was going on their with the mixture of 1981 cars 179C, updated 1980 179D, and updated 1981 179E  :stoned:

 

Just a cut and paste job so I haven't vetted it that thoroughly. The entire list is here if you're interested:

 

http://www.halmyre.c...ssis-1950-2021/



#15 Peter Morley

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Posted 18 August 2021 - 10:52

Well your unreliable memory is probably better than mine! at least I think that is what SWMBO keeps muttering.......

 

As for March pulling a fast one on Frank, well that must have been a first. Perhaps they were phoning each other from adjacent phone boxes. If there is anyone sharper than a second hand car salesman it has to be a second hand (pre-loved?) racing car salesman. One careful owner and then there was Vittorio.

 

I must dig out my history of March that Max allegedly threatened to sue the author over. The author has stated that he told Max he would see him in court and Max backed down. A first for everything.

 

The build sheet for March 761-7 (Williams GP Engineering, Patrick Neve) says updated 751, manufactured from as many second hand components as possible.

Williams wanted the cheapest possible car, it's possible that he might have failed to mention to the sponsors that it wasn't brand new!

It even had 75R front uprights, which were aluminium rather than magnesium for Formula Renault!

When they crashed it in testing for the Belgian GP (important to the driver and sponsor) orange paint was revealed, so it's likely it was the Austrian GP winner.



#16 Michael Ferner

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Posted 18 August 2021 - 12:12

Just a cut and paste job so I haven't vetted it that thoroughly. The entire list is here if you're interested:

 

http://www.halmyre.c...ssis-1950-2021/

 

Not to sound critical (me? :o), but it doesn't take long to shoot holes into that list...



#17 Glengavel

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Posted 18 August 2021 - 13:03

Not to sound critical (me? :o), but it doesn't take long to shoot holes into that list...

 

Fire away, I only collated it  :)  !



#18 Henk Vasmel

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Posted 18 August 2021 - 21:04

At the moment I have about 3778 different chassis, but I am busy weeding out the doubles, so will end up with significantly less. Still puzzling about how to present the whole finished list to you, since attachments are not possible.

 

I have taken Formula 1 to be the World Championship races since 1950 but have excluded the 11 Indianapolis 500 because that is a very different world with virtually no overlap (and not all chassis numbers are available)

Only cars that have raced will count. Races with multiple starts only include the final start, and from 2017 on some chassis numbers appear to be unavailable. 2021 is completely excluded.

 

Engine changes have not been taken into account, because this is about chassis. It's also possible but a lot of work again.


Edited by Henk Vasmel, 18 August 2021 - 21:19.


#19 Doug Nye

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Posted 18 August 2021 - 21:31

Without a tremendous amount of painstaking verification you have a challenging task ahead of you, Henk - and I mean Tremendous!...

 

So good luck with that.

 

DCN



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#20 Henk Vasmel

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Posted 18 August 2021 - 21:46

Without a tremendous amount of painstaking verification you have a challenging task ahead of you, Henk - and I mean Tremendous!...

 

So good luck with that.

 

DCN

Fortunately, I do not claim to be perfect. But I try to be as close as possible. The challenging task is not ahead of me but behind me. I have been collecting these data since the mid seventies. I hope to have found most of the relevant data, but I know there still is more than I have found. Plus human beings are fallible, so it would be a surprise to me if everything is 100% perfect. That is why I want to share my data with you, so that corrections can be found.



#21 Michael Ferner

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Posted 19 August 2021 - 06:46

Fire away, I only collated it  :)  !

 

For starters, you list nine Wolf types when there were only three. Similar with the early Tyrrells, those were chassis, not type numbers - Tyrrell 007 was only the third Tyrrell type. :)



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Posted 19 August 2021 - 07:52

For starters, you list nine Wolf types when there were only three. Similar with the early Tyrrells, those were chassis, not type numbers - Tyrrell 007 was only the third Tyrrell type. :)

 

I was aware of the Tyrrell situation but I didn't realise Wolf were in the same boat. As I understand it, 001 - 004 were the same type, then 005, then the three 006s, so 007 was the fourth type.

 

Anyway, were Tyrrells 001 to 004 absolutely identical? Or did they vary in some respects much like the Lotus 49 or 72 B/C/etc variants? The 002 - 004 cars had a longer wheelbase for example.

 

All this before you even get to individual chassis numbers. I don't envy Henk's task!



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Posted 19 August 2021 - 07:52

Fortunately, I do not claim to be perfect. But I try to be as close as possible. The challenging task is not ahead of me but behind me. I have been collecting these data since the mid seventies. I hope to have found most of the relevant data, but I know there still is more than I have found. Plus human beings are fallible, so it would be a surprise to me if everything is 100% perfect. That is why I want to share my data with you, so that corrections can be found.

 

Wow ! Talk about biting the bullet !  :clap:

 

The Alfa Romeo 179 series are among my favourite cars but their numbering system to my mind was a can of worms to say the least.

 

IIRC from their introduction in late 1979 to the end of 1980 the cars were only ever known as 179 or T179. So far as I can remember towards the end of 1980 at least one chassis was built that was heavily revised and possibly lighter than the previous examples, but I do not recall it ever being given the suffix B.

 

In 1981 a discernably new model the 179C was introduced with what appeared to be shallower side pods and taller cockpit sides. So far so good the C suffix implied that some of the 1980 cars were a B spec but as I have said I do not recall them ever being referred to as such.

 

It soon became apparent that the 179C was not the step forward everyone was hoping for and I believe as early as the 1981 Spanish GP Bruno was given an updated 1980 car with the seasons de riguer full width front wing replacing the original elegant (canard ?) fins and an ill fitting 1981 paint job.

 

I believe it was at the 1981 French GP two of these revised 1980 179's appeared and they may have been publically announced as completely new cars, which they patently were not, with the 179D moniker.

 

Then somewhere around the time of the Austrian or Dutch GP a revised 1981 179C appeared which in theory could be referred to as a 179E.

 

In summary I believe there were two 179 types the first introduced in 1979 with as many as two further variants, B (suffix never used in period) and D (1981).

 

The second 179 type appeared in 1981 the 179C with one variant, E, I hope that helps.

 

I did start collecting a .jpeg record documenting all these changes but gave up completing it when I re discovered that DSJ admitted he could not keep up with the chaos that was unfolding at Autodelta and I believe from that point on he reffered to all the 1981 Alfa Romeo Formula One cars simply as 179.

 

If I turn up my incomplete record I will see if I can post it as a pdf somewhere if anyone is interested. 



#24 Michael Ferner

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Posted 19 August 2021 - 08:22



I was aware of the Tyrrell situation but I didn't realise Wolf were in the same boat. As I understand it, 001 - 004 were the same type, then 005, then the three 006s, so 007 was the fourth type.

 

Anyway, were Tyrrells 001 to 004 absolutely identical? Or did they vary in some respects much like the Lotus 49 or 72 B/C/etc variants? The 002 - 004 cars had a longer wheelbase for example.

 

All this before you even get to individual chassis numbers. I don't envy Henk's task!

 

Can of worms, really, but as I see it 005 and the three 006s were of the same "type"/"design". It gets very semantical here, what is a "type", or "design" really? A longer wheelbase can be a decisive caesura, but then again, some individual chassis changed wheelbase between practice sessions. See also arttidesco's erudite post about Alfa Rome/Autodelta type numbers!!

 

Also, are "individual chassis numbers" really the Egg of Columbus? Shouldn't we be talking about car entities, instead?


Edited by Michael Ferner, 19 August 2021 - 08:23.


#25 Henri Greuter

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Posted 19 August 2021 - 12:22

Any truth in the rumour of mr. Tony Vandervell having sufficient parts to built up 10 different complete Vanwalls but for tax reasons had never more than 4 of them being complete and the official chassis numbers being placed on whatever cars that were built up?

 

 

 

 

Sidestep away from F1 but still dealing to some extend with Alfa Romeo:

I recently ran into info, written by a very acknowledged CART journalist who claimed that in 1989 the Morales Racing Team used two modified March 88C chassis fitted with the Alfa CART engines. But one car was still fitted with the old pullrod front suspension while the second car had push-rod front suspension.

No mentioning of the use of two brand new built up type 89CE chassis....

So why am I not surprised about F1 Tipo 179 confusion?????



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Posted 19 August 2021 - 13:09

 

So why am I not surprised about F1 Tipo 179 confusion?????

 Here is what DSJ had to say in MotorSport after the 1981 Spanish and French GP's 

 

'Alfa Romeo: The Milanese team seem to have got themselves in a bit of a muddle, the 179 and its derivatives suddenly goes well and nobody seems to know why. Then it goes badly and equally nobody knows why. On balance it goes badly. Giacomelli recalls his moment of glory at Watkins Glen last year when he led the race, though again nobody really knew why, and keeps asking for his 1981 car to be set-up like the 1980 car! Andretti seems to be living in hopes that Chiti and Marelli, the Autodelta engineers, will get everything right at the precise moment he is feeling good. A forlorn hope. At the start of the season they built new riveted-aluminium monocoques as the base for the 1981 cars and merely numbered them I, 2 and 3. Sometimes they refer to them as Type C, other times as Type D and more often than not they carry no reference type or number at all, so they have lost their identity and are merely Alfa Romeos powered by the V12 cylinder engines. If they ever win a race it will be more by luck than judgement.'



#27 BRG

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Posted 19 August 2021 - 13:27

I suspect any attempt to impose order on something that, especially in the more distant past, was never in order to start with, may be doomed to failure.  



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Posted 19 August 2021 - 13:37

I suspect any attempt to impose order on something that, especially in the more distant past, was never in order to start with, may be doomed to failure.  

Agreed, but doesn't that make it more interesting?



#29 Roger Clark

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Posted 19 August 2021 - 14:11

 Here is what DSJ had to say in MotorSport after the 1981 Spanish and French GP's 

 

'Alfa Romeo: The Milanese team seem to have got themselves in a bit of a muddle, the 179 and its derivatives suddenly goes well and nobody seems to know why. Then it goes badly and equally nobody knows why. On balance it goes badly. Giacomelli recalls his moment of glory at Watkins Glen last year when he led the race, though again nobody really knew why, and keeps asking for his 1981 car to be set-up like the 1980 car! Andretti seems to be living in hopes that Chiti and Marelli, the Autodelta engineers, will get everything right at the precise moment he is feeling good. A forlorn hope. At the start of the season they built new riveted-aluminium monocoques as the base for the 1981 cars and merely numbered them I, 2 and 3. Sometimes they refer to them as Type C, other times as Type D and more often than not they carry no reference type or number at all, so they have lost their identity and are merely Alfa Romeos powered by the V12 cylinder engines. If they ever win a race it will be more by luck than judgement.'

The numbering and naming muddle  was the same with the 158/159s 30 years earlier.  It's good to know that some traditions were maintained, even if the level of success wasn't.



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Posted 19 August 2021 - 16:26

When I was given an hour or so to feast my eyes on the Alfa Corse and Scuderia Ferrari Alfa records at Arese I was disappointed/dismayed/amused/enthralled to see that cars were referred to therein by their race numbers rather than by any individual chassis identity, those being race numbers which changed almost every race weekend.  And so from those records at least there was no overall continuous engineering record of how much work or mileage each frame/engine/transmission/suspension part had actually endured.

 

I wasn't very impressed...

 

DCN


Edited by Doug Nye, 19 August 2021 - 16:29.


#31 Michael Ferner

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Posted 19 August 2021 - 17:02

Ahh, but Doug, didn't they tell you that they keep this information* in a seperate ledger...? ...!

 

 

* Numeri di Corse riferirsi a Numeri di Telaio



#32 William Hunt

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Posted 19 August 2021 - 18:44

You know how most sites that quote the total number of Indy 500 drivers are wrong by about 50? The margins of error on this one could be even greater.

 

Yes because you could argue that the car named Footword really was an Arrows and that the Leyton House was a March. Stuff like that makes it complicated. But the topic poster possibly meant different chassis so every chassis from each team.... that would be a virtually impossible taks to go and count that.



#33 Glengavel

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Posted 19 August 2021 - 18:46

I can just imagine some mechanic at AR saying "shouldn't we be writing all this down?" and a colleague looking at him in amazement and saying "whatever for?"



#34 Henk Vasmel

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Posted 19 August 2021 - 20:06

Now at 3739. Remarks about renumbered/cannibalised cars are next



#35 Lee Nicolle

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Posted 20 August 2021 - 06:33

I think every pro or semi pro series will have the same car with different numbers.

And from what I have read on here about dodgey chassis numbers going to Europe and back as tax dodges who would ever know. You may be able to work out the 'official' cars but there will be near certain more.

That and cars built from wrecks, or just  a car to finish the season in that is a cobbled together car. And some of those were better!!



#36 Michael Ferner

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Posted 20 August 2021 - 07:29

I distinctly recall my frustration when, as a spotty teenager eager to keep track with individual F1 histories, I read about Ligier cobbling together a car for Jack Lafferty from the "front half of chassis x and the rear half of chassis y" after a poor qualifying performance in which neither chassis appeared to work to satisfaction - images of throwing the notebook and pencil high into the air!!



#37 Alan Baker

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Posted 20 August 2021 - 08:30

Any truth in the rumour of mr. Tony Vandervell having sufficient parts to built up 10 different complete Vanwalls but for tax reasons had never more than 4 of them being complete and the official chassis numbers being placed on whatever cars that were built up?

 

 

 

 

Sidestep away from F1 but still dealing to some extend with Alfa Romeo:

I recently ran into info, written by a very acknowledged CART journalist who claimed that in 1989 the Morales Racing Team used two modified March 88C chassis fitted with the Alfa CART engines. But one car was still fitted with the old pullrod front suspension while the second car had push-rod front suspension.

No mentioning of the use of two brand new built up type 89CE chassis....

So why am I not surprised about F1 Tipo 179 confusion?????

Vanwall did not use type numbers, so each car was known only by its chassis number, which went from VW1 to VW14 (VWL12 was a Lotus 18 and they skipped number 13). During 1957 there were ten Vanwall identities (VW1-VW10) and no more than four cars were assembled at any one time (there was no need for more), but each car retained its own identity.

 

As for Alfa Romeo 179s, I thought it was well known at the time that Alfa had four chassis plates which had customs carnets and attached them to whichever chassis they were taking to that weekend's race.



#38 Henk Vasmel

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Posted 20 August 2021 - 20:55

Doubles removed as far as I can tell, so this is my final count:

 

                                                                                                                                  3340

 

separate chassis started world championship races between 1950 and 2020. Excluding the disclaimers I published before. The only thing I know for sure is that there will be errors here, so the number is probably not correct. But it will be close.

 

Now I'm going to work on presenting the full list to you. Will be a lot of separate posts, I think.

 

Please don't kill me over minor clerical errors. Constructive additions are extremely welcome.



#39 BRG

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Posted 21 August 2021 - 11:06

Do it by decades maybe?



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Posted 21 August 2021 - 18:54

Now at 3739. Remarks about renumbered/cannibalised cars are next

 

Thank you so much, nice work.
 



#41 Henk Vasmel

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Posted 21 August 2021 - 18:59

Thank you so much, nice work.
 

Thank you. It is a lot of work but it is for friends, so I don't mind. Counter now is at 3299. I have got some ideas about formatting the results. It will be alphabetical.



#42 arttidesco

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Posted 21 August 2021 - 21:02

I distinctly recall my frustration when, as a spotty teenager eager to keep track with individual F1 histories, I read about Ligier cobbling together a car for Jack Lafferty from the "front half of chassis x and the rear half of chassis y" after a poor qualifying performance in which neither chassis appeared to work to satisfaction - images of throwing the notebook and pencil high into the air!!

 

IIRC something similar happend to Ronnie Peterson at The 'ring in '74. On the first day of practice he trashed the front end of his 72/R8, then the rear end of the spare 76/2 or JPS10 in sponsor speak. Over night the two good halves were cobbled together to make the unique 76/72, only ever called a 76. Ronnie started 8th and finished 4th, the best result for the shortlived 76 model. 



#43 Henk Vasmel

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Posted 22 August 2021 - 11:44

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AFM 50 @ 1952

                                  AFM-4                             <14>           {1953}

                                  AFM-6 ?                          <9>

                                  AFM-7 ?                          <R>             {1953}

                                  AFM-8                             <R>

AFM 50 Sport @ 1953

                                  M5                                    <R>

AGS JH21C @ 1986

                                  031                                    <R>             This is the 30th AGS (excluding 013)

AGS JH22 @ 1987

                                  032                                    <7-> 6>

AGS JH23 @ 1988

                                  033                                    <8>              {1989}                     Ex Renault RE60 tub (RE60-04 & RE60B-B07)

                                  034                                    <10>

                                  035                                    <12>

                                  036                                    <6>              {1989}

AGS JH24 @ 1990

                                  39                                      <R>

AGS JH25 @ 1990

                                  42                                      <17>

                                  43                                      <9x>

                                  44                                      <R>

AGS JH25B @ 1991

                                  B43                                   <8>              updated

Alfa Romeo 158 @ 1951

                                  158111/158-3                <R>

Alfa Romeo 158D @ 1950

                                  158109/158-1                <2>

                                  158110/158-2                <1>

                                  158111/158-3                <1>              updated

                                  158112/158-4                <1>              Seen in GB '51 as 159-1 ?

                                  158114/158-6                <1>

Alfa Romeo 159 @ 1951

                                  158109/158-1                <R>             updated

                                  158111/158-3                <1>              updated

                                  158112/158-4                <5>              updated

                                  158113/158-5                <1>

                                  158115/158-7                <3>

                                  158116/158-8                <1>

Alfa Romeo 159A @ 1951

                                  158109/158-1                <4>              updated

Alfa Romeo 159B @ 1951

                                  158115/158-7                <2>              updated

                                  158116/158-8                <6>              updated

Alfa Romeo 159D @ 1951

                                  158113/158-5                <1>              updated

                                  158117/158-9                <3>

                                  158118/158-10             <6>

                                  158119/158-11             <5>

Alfa Romeo 308 @ 1953

                                  50017 "AC78"               <R>             ??

Alfa Romeo Special @ 1963

                                  "AS-1"                             <R>

Alfa Romeo 177 @ 1979

                                  001                                    <12>

Alfa Romeo 179 @ 1979

                                  001                                    <R>             {1980}

                                  002                                    <R>

                                  003                                    <7Ax NC>  {1980}

                                  003 [001]                        <R>             {1980}                     renumbered

                                  004                                    <5>              {1980}

                                  005 [003]                        <R>             {1980}

                                  006 [002]                        <5>              {1980}

                                  006 [003]                        <R>             {1980}                     renumbered

                                  007 [002]                        <R*>           {1980}                     Even though production reached double figures, cars remained 1, 2, 3 to facilitate paper work

Alfa Romeo 179B @ 1981

                                  003                                    <8>              updated

                                  006                                    <15>           updated

Alfa Romeo 179C @ 1981

                                  001 [004]                        <9>              both updated/renumbered

                                  002                                    <10>           updated

                                  003                                    <R*>           updated

                                  004                                    <3>              updated

                                  006 [003]                        <10>           both updated/renumbered

                                  007 [002]                        <4>              updated

Alfa Romeo 179D @ 1981

                                  001                                    <R*>           updated

                                  002                                    <7>              updated

                                  003                                    <9>              updated

                                  006                                    <R>             updated

Alfa Romeo 182 @ 1982

                                  1                                        <11>

                                  2                                        <R*>

                                  3                                        <5>

                                  4                                        <3x>

                                  5                                        <R>

                                  6                                        <9>

Alfa Romeo 183T @ 1983

                                  T2                                      <12>

                                  T3                                      <2>

                                  T4                                      <5>

                                  T4 [T3]                             <11->10>  renumbered

                                  T5                                      <4>

Alfa Romeo 184T @ 1984

                                  T1                                      <4>

                                  T2                                      <4>

                                  T3                                      <8x-> 7>

                                  T4                                      <3>

Alfa Romeo 185T @ 1985

                                  T1                                      <R>

                                  T2                                      <9>

                                  T3                                      <9>

Alfa Romeo C38 @ 2019

                                  01                                      <7>

                                  02                                      <7>

                                  03                                      <11>

                                  04                                      <5>

                                  06                                      <4>

Alfa Romeo C39 @ 2020

                                  02                                      <11>

                                  04                                      <9>

Alpha Tauri AT01 @ 2020

                                  02                                      <11>

                                  03                                      <10>

                                  04                                      <7>

Alta GP @ 1950

                                  GP-2                                 <9>

                                  GP-3                                 <12 NC>

Alta F2 @ 1952

                                  F2-5                                  <12>

Amon AF1 @ 1974

                                  01                                      <R>

Andrea Moda S921 @ 1992

                                  1                                        <R>

Arrows FA1 @ 1978

                                  1                                        <9>

                                  2                                        <6>

                                  3-2                                    <11 DQ>

                                  4                                        <2>

Arrows A1 @ 1978

                                  1                                        <R*>

                                  1(6)                                   <5>              {1979}                     renumbered                         New tub, 6th in the series, kept nr. 1A

                                  2                                        <16>

                                  2(3)                                   <7>              {1979}                     renumbered

                                  3                                        <4>

                                  3(5)                                   <6>              {1979}                     renumbered

Arrows A2 @ 1979

                                  1                                        <13x>

                                  2                                        <6>

Arrows A3 @ 1980

                                  1                                        <6>

                                  2                                        <10>

                                  3                                        <2>              Car at any time renumbered to B3?

                                  4                                        <4>              A3-4 could be the same car as A3-2 (see OldRacingCars)

                                  5                                        <2>              {1981}                     A3-5 built up using parts of A3-3*

                                  6                                        <7>              {1981}

Arrows A4 @ 1982

                                  1                                        <5>

                                  3                                        <R>

                                  4                                        <12->10>

                                  5                                        <6>

Arrows A5 @ 1982

                                  1                                        <7>

Arrows A6 @ 1983

                                  1                                        <11>           updated                A6-1 is an updated A5-1

                                  2                                        <5>

                                  3                                        <7>

                                  4                                        <6-> 5>      {1984}

                                  5                                        <7-> 6>      {1984}

Arrows A7 @ 1984

                                  1                                        <12->11>

                                  2                                        <5>

                                  3                                        <6>

                                  4                                        <9x>

Arrows A8 @ 1985

                                  1                                        <11>

                                  2                                        <5>

                                  3                                        <7>

                                  4                                        <4>

                                  5                                        <6>              {1986}

                                  6                                        <7>              {1986}

Arrows A9 @ 1986

                                  1                                        <R>

Arrows A10 @ 1987

                                  1                                        <11x>

                                  2                                        <4>

                                  3                                        <6>

                                  4                                        <5>

                                  5                                        <10>

Arrows A10B @ 1988

                                  B1                                      <6>              updated

                                  B2                                      <4>              updated

                                  B3                                      <4>              updated

                                  B4                                      <3>              updated

Arrows A11 @ 1989

                                  2                                        <5>

                                  3                                        <3>

                                  4                                        <5>

                                  5                                        <7-> 6>

Arrows A11B @ 1990

                                  B1                                      <5>

                                  B2                                      <RD>          updated

                                  B3                                      <9>              updated

                                  B4                                      <7>              updated

                                  B5                                      <9>              updated

Arrows A18 @ 1997

                                  02                                      <8>

                                  03                                      <9>

                                  04                                      <5>

                                  05                                      <2>

Arrows A19 @ 1998

                                  01                                      <9>

                                  02                                      <R>

                                  03                                      <4>

                                  04                                      <6>

                                  05                                      <13>

                                  06                                      <5>

                                  07                                      <R>

Arrows A20 @ 1999

                                  02                                      <7>

                                  04                                      <6>

                                  05                                      <R>

                                  07                                      <13>

Arrows A21 @ 2000

                                  01                                      <R>

                                  02                                      <7>

                                  03                                      <6>

                                  04                                      <4>

                                  05                                      <6>

Arrows A22 @ 2001

                                  01                                      <7>

                                  03                                      <8>

                                  04                                      <R>

                                  06                                      <6>

Arrows A23 @ 2002

                                  01                                      <6>

                                  02                                      <R>

                                  03                                      <10>



#44 Henk Vasmel

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Aston Martin DBR4 @ 1959

                                  1                                        <6>

                                  2                                        <8>

Aston Martin DBR5 @ 1960

                                  1                                        <11>           DBR5-1 possibly built up on DBR4-2

                                  2                                        <R>

Aston-Butterworth @ 1952

                                  NB-41                              <R>

                                  NB-42                              <R>             Should have been called Cooper-AJB

ATS 100 @ 1963

                                  01                                      <11>

                                  02                                      <15>

ATS D1 @ 1978

                                  2                                        <13 NC>

ATS HS1 @ 1978

                                  1                                        <8>              PC4 tub used in construction of HS1

                                  2                                        <7>

                                  3                                        <16>

ATS D2 @ 1979

                                  1                                        <R>

                                  2                                        <R*>           Effectively D1-4, referred to as D2-2 by the team

                                  3                                        <8>

ATS D3 @ 1979

                                  1                                        <5>

                                  2                                        <7>              {1980}                     D3 or D4 depends on English or German counting

ATS D4 @ 1980

                                  2                                        <10 NC>

                                  3                                        <8>

                                  4                                        <13>           {1981}

                                  5                                        <13->12>  {1981}

ATS HGS @ 1981

                                  1                                        <6>

                                  2                                        <10>

ATS D5 @ 1982

                                  1                                        <10>           renumbered       D5-1 ex HGS-1

                                  2                                        <9>              renumbered       D5-2 possibly ex HGS-2

                                  3                                        <7-> 5>

                                  4                                        <5>

ATS D6 @ 1983

                                  1                                        <11x>

                                  2                                        <10-> 9>

                                  3                                        <8>

ATS D7 @ 1984

                                  1                                        <8>

                                  2                                        <6>

ATS-Penske PC4 @ 1977

                                  1                                        <8>              different name

                                  2                                        <6>              different name



#45 Henk Vasmel

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B

 

BAR 001 @ 1999

                                  01                                      <R>             Raced Test car (01)

                                  02                                      <R>

                                  03                                      <15>

                                  05                                      <7x>

                                  06                                      <8>

                                  07                                      <8>

                                  08                                      <R>

BAR 002 @ 2000

                                  01                                      <6>

                                  02                                      <7>

                                  03                                      <4>

                                  04                                      <4>

                                  05                                      <5>

                                  06                                      <R*>

BAR 003 @ 2001

                                  01                                      <R*>

                                  02                                      <7>

                                  03                                      <3>

                                  04                                      <3>

                                  05                                      <R>

                                  06                                      <5>

                                  07                                      <8>

                                  08                                      <10>

BAR 004 @ 2002

                                  03                                      <8>

                                  04                                      <R>

                                  06                                      <4>

                                  07                                      <10x>

                                  08                                      <5>

                                  09                                      <12>

BAR 005 @ 2003

                                  02                                      <6>

                                  03                                      <9>

                                  04                                      <4>

                                  05                                      <7>

                                  06                                      <6>

BAR 006 @ 2004

                                  01                                      <5>

                                  02                                      <9>

                                  03                                      <3>

                                  04                                      <11>

                                  05                                      <2>

                                  06                                      <4>

BAR 0072005

                                  02                                      <12>

                                  03                                      <3>

                                  04                                      <3>

                                  05                                      <9>

Bellasi F1 @ 1970

                                  S1-1-70                            <R>             Based on Brabham BT24

Benetton B186 @ 1986

                                  1                                        <6>

                                  2                                        <3>

                                  3                                        <5>

                                  4                                        <7>

                                  5                                        <5>

                                  6                                        <8x>

                                  7                                        <1>

Benetton B187 @ 1987

                                  3                                        <5>              B187-1 destroyed by Fabi in pre-race practice at Rio De Janeiro

                                  4                                        <8>

                                  5                                        <R>

                                  6                                        <4>

                                  7                                        <3>

                                  8                                        <4>

                                  9                                        <4-> 3>

Benetton B188 @ 1988

                                  1                                        <R>

                                  2                                        <3>

                                  3                                        <3>

                                  4                                        <4>

                                  5                                        <3>

                                  6                                        <18>

                                  7                                        <3>

                                  8                                        <3>

                                  9                                        <3>              {1989}

Benetton B189 @ 1989

                                  1                                        <8>

                                  2                                        <3>

                                  3                                        <R>

                                  4                                        <2>

                                  5                                        <5>

                                  6                                        <2-> 1>

Benetton B189B @ 1990

                                  B5                                      <4>              updated

                                  B8                                      <10x>

Benetton B190 @ 1990

                                  1                                        <R*>

                                  2                                        <3>

                                  3                                        <2>

                                  5                                        <4>

                                  6                                        <2>

                                  7                                        <2>

                                  8                                        <1>

Benetton B190B @ 1991

                                  B7                                      <7>              updated

                                  B8                                      <3>              updated

                                  B9                                      <R*>

Benetton B191 @ 1991

                                  1                                        <4>

                                  2                                        <1>

                                  4                                        <3>

                                  5                                        <4>

                                  6                                        <4>

Benetton B191B @ 1992

                                  B6                                      <3>              updated

                                  B8                                      <4>

Benetton B192 @ 1992

                                  1                                        <2>

                                  2                                        <2>

                                  4                                        <3>

                                  5                                        <1>

                                  6                                        <3>

                                  8                                        <2>

Benetton B192B @ 1993

                                  B7                                      <R>

                                  B8                                      <3>              updated

Benetton B193B @ 1993

                                  B1                                      <1>

                                  B2                                      <2>

                                  B3                                      <2>

                                  B4                                      <4>

                                  B5                                      <2>

                                  B6                                      <8x>

Benetton B194 @ 1994

                                  1                                        <R*>

                                  2                                        <1>

                                  3                                        <1>

                                  4                                        <3>

                                  5                                        <1>

                                  6                                        <9 -> 8>

                                  8                                        <1>

Benetton B195 @ 1995

                                  01                                      <1>

                                  03                                      <4>

                                  04                                      <1>

                                  05                                      <1>

                                  06                                      <1>

Benetton B196 @ 1996

                                  02                                      <2>

                                  03                                      <4>

                                  04                                      <4>

                                  05                                      <2>

                                  07                                      <6>

Benetton B197 @ 1997

                                  02                                      <2>

                                  03                                      <2>

                                  04                                      <2>

                                  05                                      <2>

Benetton B198 @ 1998

                                  01                                      <R*>

                                  03                                      <5>

                                  04                                      <4>

                                  05                                      <6>

                                  06                                      <2>

                                  07                                      <4>

Benetton B199 @ 1999

                                  01                                      <R>

                                  04                                      <2>

                                  05                                      <5>

                                  06                                      <5>

                                  07                                      <7>

Benetton B200 @ 2000

                                  02                                      <2>

                                  03                                      <5>

                                  04                                      <3>

                                  05                                      <7>

Benetton B201 @ 2001

                                  01                                      <10>

                                  03                                      <6>

                                  05                                      <5>

                                  06                                      <3>

BMW Sple. @ 1952

                                  N/A                                  <R>             Looked like a Simca with a BMW engine; Possibly a Gordini chassis?

BMW-Sauber F1.06 @ 2006

                                  02                                      <3>

                                  03                                      <6>

                                  04                                      <4>

                                  05                                      <3>

                                  08                                      <8>

                                  09                                      <9>

BMW-Sauber F1.07 @ 2007

                                  03                                      <4>

                                  04                                      <18>

                                  05                                      <2>

                                  07                                      <4>

                                  08                                      <4>

BMW-Sauber F1.08 @ 2008

                                  03                                      <1>

                                  04                                      <2>

                                  05                                      <2>

                                  07                                      <2>

BMW-Sauber F1.09 @ 2009

                                  03                                      <7>

                                  04                                      <2>

                                  05                                      <13>

                                  06                                      <7>

                                  07                                      <5>

                                  08                                      <2>



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Brabham BT3 @ 1962

                                  F1-1-62                            <4>

Brabham BT6 @ 1963

                                  FJ-5-63                            <R>

Brabham BT7 @ 1963

                                  F1-1-63                            <1>              {1964}

                                  F1-2-63                            <2>

Brabham BT10 @ 1964

                                  F2-4-64                            <R*>

Brabham BT11 @ 1964

                                  F1-1-64                            <3>              {1965}

                                  F1-2-64                            <2>              {1965}

                                  F1-4-64                            <6>              {1966}

                                  F1-5-64                            <3>

                                  F1-6-64                            <3>              Rebuilt with new space frame

                                  IC-5-64                            <8 NC>       {1967}                     Ex BT7-F1-2-63 ?

Brabham BT11/22 @ 1968

                                  F1-2-64                            <R>             different name   = Ghost BT22

Brabham BT18 @ 1966

                                  F2-7-66                            <R>

                                  F2-22-66                         <11>

                                  F2-23-66                         <R>

Brabham BT19 @ 1966

                                  F1-1-65 [F1-1-66]        <1>              renumbered       Or original designation

                                  F1-1-65                            <2>              {1967}

Brabham BT20 @ 1966

                                  F1-1-66                            <2>

                                  F1-2-66                            <1>              {1967}

Brabham BT22 @ 1966

                                  F1-1-64                            <7>           different name          Ex BT11 ?

Brabham BT23 @ 1967

                                  4                                        <7>

                                  7                                        <R>

Brabham BT23B @ 1969

                                  B3                                      <R>

Brabham BT23C @ 1969

                                  C17                                   <6>

Brabham BT24 @ 1967

                                  1                                        <1>

                                  2                                        <1>

                                  3                                        <6>              {1969}

Brabham BT26 @ 1968

                                  1                                        <5>

                                  2                                        <3>

                                  3                                        <R>

Brabham BT26A @ 1969

                                  1                                        <2>              BT26A1 = ex BT26-4

                                  2                                        <6>              updated

                                  3                                        <1>              updated

                                  4                                        <1>

Brabham BT30 @ 1969

                                  3                                        <10>

                                  5                                        <7>

Brabham BT33 @ 1970

                                  1                                        <5>

                                  2                                        <1>

                                  3                                        <3>              {1971}

                                  4 [1]                                 <9>              {1971}

Brabham BT34 @ 1971

                                  1                                        <5>

Brabham BT37 @ 1972

                                  1                                        <5>

                                  2                                        <4>

Brabham BT42 @ 1973

                                  2                                        <5>

                                  3                                        <3>

                                  4                                        <16x>

                                  5                                        <11>

                                  6                                        <12>

Brabham BT44 @ 1974

                                  1                                        <1>

                                  2                                        <2>

                                  3                                        <7>

                                  4                                        <4>

Brabham BT44B @ 1975

                                  B1                                      <1>              updated

                                  B2                                      <1>              updated                BT44B-B2 = ex BT44-3

                                  B3                                      <R*>           updated                BT44B-B3 = ex BT44-1

                                  B4                                      <R>             updated

Brabham BT45 @ 1976

                                  1                                        <4>

                                  2                                        <12x>

                                  2-2                                    <11>

                                  3                                        <4>

                                  4                                        <4>

                                  5                                        <2>              {1977}

Brabham BT45B @ 1977

                                  1B                                      <6>              updated

                                  3B                                      <3>              updated

                                  5B                                      <8>              updated

                                  6B                                      <2>

Brabham BT45C @ 1978

                                  7C                                      <2>

                                  8C                                      <8>

Brabham BT46 @ 1978

                                  3                                        <3>              BT46-1 & -2 probably the surface cooled Brabhams

                                  4                                        <2>

                                  5                                        <3>

                                  6                                        <2>

                                  7                                        <3-> 1>

                                  8                                        <R>

Brabham BT46 V @ 1978

                                  4V                                     <R*>           updated

                                  6V                                     <1>              updated

Brabham BT48 @ 1979

                                  1                                        <R*>

                                  2                                        <4>

                                  3                                        <7>

                                  4                                        <4>

Brabham BT49 @ 1979

                                  1                                        <R*>           BT49-1 built around a BT48 tub, and another one too (49-2 or -3 ?)

                                  2                                        <8x>

                                  3                                        <7>

                                  4                                        <2>              {1980}

                                  5                                        <7>              {1980}

                                  6                                        <1>              {1980}

                                  6 [3]                                 <7>              {1980}                     renumbered

                                  7                                        <1>              {1980}

                                  8                                        <4>              {1980}

                                  8 [7]                                 <2>              {1980}                     renumbered

                                  9                                        <1>              {1980}

Brabham BT49B @ 1980

                                  B2                                      <R>             updated

                                  B6                                      <10>           updated

Brabham BT49C @ 1981

                                  C11                                   <1>              BT49C-C10 was a bad chassis

                                  C12                                   <4>              BT49C-C12 rebuilt around its front bulkhead

                                  C14                                   <2>

                                  C14 [C9]                          <1>              renumbered

                                  C15                                   <4-> 3>      {1982}

Brabham BT49D @ 1982

                                  D16                                   <1 DQ>

                                  D17                                   <1>

                                  D18                                   <2>

Brabham BT50 @ 1982

                                  2                                        <R>             BT50-1 built on BT49-2 (or was this BT50-0 ??)

                                  3                                        <1>

                                  4                                        <5>

                                  5                                        <4>

Brabham BT52     1983

                                  1                                        <R>

                                  2                                        <10x>

                                  3                                        <1>

                                  4                                        <13x*>

Brabham BT52B @ 1983

                                  B1 [B4]                            <7>              both updated/renumbered

                                  B3                                      <14x->13> updated

                                  B5                                      <1>              Picture of a dashboard shows a "7"

                                  B6                                      <1>

Brabham BT53 @ 1984

                                  2                                        <4-> 3>      BT53-1 (ex BT52C, BT52D) used for winter testing

                                  2 [6]                                 <R>             renumbered

                                  3                                        <1>

                                  4                                        <2>

                                  5                                        <1>

                                  6                                        <6>

Brabham BT54 @ 1985

                                  1                                        <R>

                                  2                                        <R*>

                                  3                                        <6>

                                  4                                        <9-> 8>

                                  5                                        <1>

                                  6                                        <2>

                                  8                                        <4>

                                  9                                        <R>

Brabham BT55 @ 1986

                                  3                                        <8>              BT55-1 tested and found unsuitable; later BT55's considerably modified

                                  4                                        <6>

                                  5                                        <R>             BT55-5 written off at Donington by Warwick

                                  6                                        <8>

                                  7                                        <13x*>

Brabham BT56 @ 1987

                                  1                                        <R>

                                  2                                        <3x>

                                  3                                        <9>

                                  4                                        <3>

Brabham BT58 @ 1989

                                  1                                        <6-> 5>

                                  2                                        <3>

                                  3                                        <6>

                                  4                                        <11>

                                  5                                        <5>              {1990}

Brabham BT59 @ 1990

                                  1                                        <17x>

                                  2                                        <15>

                                  3                                        <7>

                                  5                                        <R>

Brabham BT59Y @ 1991

                                  Y1                                      <R>             updated

                                  Y5                                      <11>           updated

Brabham BT60Y @ 1991

                                  Y1                                      <11>

                                  Y2                                      <8>

                                  Y3                                      <6>

                                  Y4                                      <5>

                                  Y5                                      <17>

Brabham BT60B @ 1992

                                  B4                                      <11>           updated

                                  B5                                      <13>           updated

Brawn BGP001 @ 2009

                                  01                                      <1>

                                  02                                      <1>

                                  03                                      <1>


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#47 Henk Vasmel

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BRM P15 @ 1951

                                  No. 1                                <5>              Frame no. 2

                                  No. 2                                <7>              Frame no. 3

BRM P25 @ 1956

                                  251                                    <R>

                                  252                                    <R*>

                                  253                                    <R>

                                  254                                    <R>             {1957}

                                  256                                    <3>              {1958}                     Afterwards 256 cannibalised to build P48-481

                                  257                                    <2>              {1958}                     257 used for construction of 48-482 in '59

                                  258                                    <1>              {1959}                     Only 258 survives, all other used for building P48's; 481 ex P25-256

                                  259                                    <7 NC>       {1959}

                                  2510                                 <2>              {1959}

                                  2511                                 <6>              {1959}

BRM P48 @ 1960

                                  482                                    <7x*>         Built from P25-257

                                  483                                    <10x>         Built from P25-259; P48-481 built from components of P25-256, but never raced

                                  484                                    <5>

                                  485                                    <3>

                                  486                                    <10>

BRM P48/57 @ 1961

                                  571                                    <6>              571 then to Le Mans-Rover car

                                  572                                    <3>

                                  573                                    <5>

BRM P57 @ 1962

                                  5781                                 <1>

                                  5784                                 <4>              {1964}

                                  5784 [5782]                   <2>              {1963}                     renumbered                         rebuild of 5783, which always wore [5782], just like this one

                                  5785                                 <1>              5785 rebuilt as super lightweight

                                  5785 [5783]                   <2>              renumbered

BRM P61 @ 1963

                                  611                                    <2-> 3>

BRM P261 @ 1964

                                  2613                                 <2>

                                  2614                                 <1>

                                  2615                                 <2>

                                  2616                                 <1>

                                  2617                                 <1>              {1965}

BRM P83 @ 1967

                                  8301                                 <9>

                                  8302                                 <5>

                                  8303                                 <2>

BRM P115 @ 1967

                                  1151                                 <R>

BRM P126 @ 1968

                                  1                                        <4>              P126: Len Terry built

                                  3                                        <2>

BRM P133 @ 1968

                                  1                                        <2>              P133 = P126, Bourne built

                                  2                                        <R*>

BRM P138 @ 1969

                                  1                                        <5>

BRM P139 @ 1969

                                  1                                        <3>

                                  2                                        <6>

                                  3                                        <R>

BRM P153 @ 1970

                                  1                                        <R>

                                  2                                        <1>

                                  3                                        <8>

                                  4                                        <5>

                                  5                                        <2>

                                  6                                        <7>

                                  7                                        <11>           {1971}

BRM P160 @ 1971

                                  1                                        <1>

                                  2                                        <1>

                                  3                                        <13>

                                  3 [2]                                 <9>              renumbered

                                  4                                        <4>

BRM P160B @ 1972

                                  B1                                      <1>              updated

                                  B3                                      <20 NC>    updated

                                  B4                                      <8>              updated

                                  B5                                      <15>

                                  B6                                      <RD>

BRM P160C @ 1972

                                  C1                                      <9>              updated

                                  C3                                      <8>              updated

                                  C5                                      <6>              updated

                                  C6                                      <4>              updated

BRM P160D @ 1973

                                  D1                                     <6>              Actually a new car

                                  D3                                     <R>             updated

                                  D4                                     <R*>           updated

BRM P160E @ 1973

                                  E1                                      <11>           updated

                                  E3                                      <5>              updated

                                  E5                                      <16>           {1974}                     updated

                                  E7                                      <4>

                                  E8                                      <5>

                                  E9                                      <5>              {1974}

                                  E10                                    <9>              {1974}

BRM P180 @ 1972

                                  1                                        <R>

                                  2                                        <8>

BRM P201 @ 1974

                                  1                                        <2>

                                  2                                        <9>              {1975}

                                  3                                        <10>

                                  4                                        <9>

                                  5                                        <13>           {1975}

BRM P201B @ 1977

                                  B4                                      <15>           updated

BRM P207 @ 1977

                                  1                                        <R>

BRP 1 @ 1963

                                  BRP-1-63                        <4>

BRP 2 @ 1964

                                  BRP-2-64                        <5>

                                  BRP-3-64                        <6>

Bugatti 251 @ 1956

                                  251001                             <R>



#48 Henk Vasmel

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Caterham CT01 @ 2012

                                  2                                        <11>

                                  3                                        <13>

Caterham CT03 @ 2013

                                  04                                      <14>

                                  05                                      <15>

                                  06                                      <14>

Caterham CT05 @ 2014

                                  01                                      <11>

                                  02                                      <13>

                                  03                                      <13>

                                  04                                      <15>

Coloni FC187 @ 1987

                                  1                                        <R>

Coloni 188FC @ 1988

                                  1                                        <11>

                                  2                                        <8>

Coloni C3 @ 1989

                                  1                                        <R>

                                  2                                        <R>

Coloni FC188B @ 1989

                                  B1                                      <R>

                                  B2                                      <R>

Connaught A @ 1952

                                  A1                                     <13>           {1953}

                                  A3                                     <9>

                                  A4                                     <4>

                                  A5                                     <5>

                                  A6                                     <NC>          {1954}

                                  A7                                     <R>             {1953}

                                  A8                                     <7>              {1953}

                                  AL9                                   <11>           {1954}

                                  AL10                                 <R>             {1954}

Connaught B @ 1955

                                  B1                                      <R>             {1956}

                                  B2                                      <R>

                                  B3                                      <4>              {1957}

                                  B4                                      <R>

                                  B5                                      <4>              {1956}

                                  B6                                      <R>             {1956}

                                  B7                                      <3>              {1956}

Connaught C @ 1959

                                  C8                                      <R*>

Connew PC1 @ 1972

                                  002(B)                             <R>

Cooper MkIV-12 @ 1950

                                  N/A                                  <R*>

Cooper 20 @ 1952

                                  CB/1/52                          <7>

                                  CB/2/52                          <5>

                                  CB/3/52                          <8>

                                  CB/4/52                          <3>

                                  CB/5/52                          <R>             {1953}

                                  CB/6/52                          <9>

Cooper 23 @ 1953

                                  CB/1/53                          <8>

                                  CB/3/53                          <11>

                                  CB/4/53                          <11>

                                  CB/6/53                          <7>

                                  CB/7/53 ?                       <12>           Ex 23-Alfa Romeo

                                  CB/11/53                        <NC>          {1954}

Cooper Alta Spl. @ 1953

                                  "1"                                    <R>

                                  CA/3/53                          <6>

                                  CB/10/53                        <R>             {1954}                     Or 20, or 23 Alta

Cooper 24 @ 1953

                                  CA/1/53 ?                       <9>

Cooper 40 @ 1955

                                  CB/1/55                          <R>             Ex Cooper 39 - Cl. 1.5 bobtail

Cooper 41 @ 1957

                                  FII-2-56                           <R>

Cooper 43 @ 1957

                                  FII-3-57                           <7>

                                  FII-5-57                           <6>

                                  FII-7-57                           <R>

                                  FII-8-57                           <5>

                                  FII-11-57                         <15 NC>

                                  FII-23-57                         <13>

Cooper 43 @ 1958

                                  FII-12-57                         <1>

                                  FII-15-57                         <R>

                                  FII-16-57                         <R>

                                  FII-26-57                         <7>

                                  FII-29-57                         <R>

Cooper 44 @ 1957

                                  FII-21-57                         <6>

Cooper 45 @ 1958

                                  FII-30-57 ?                      <3>

                                  FII-31-57                         <5>

                                  FII-2-58                           <R>             {1959}

                                  FII-3-58                           <8>

                                  FII-4-58                           <14 NC>

                                  FII-5-58                           <2>

                                  FII-9-58                           <1>

                                  FII-10-58                         <R*>

                                  FII-15-58 ?                      <6x>           {1959}

                                  FII-17-58                         <12>           {1959}

                                  FII-18-58                         <15 NC>

                                  FII-22-58                         <4>

                                  FII-23-58                         <8>

                                  FII-23a-58                       <3>              {1959}

Cooper 51 @ 1959

                                  N/A                                  <11>

                                  N/A                                  <13>           {1960}

                                  FII-7a-57                         <2>

                                  FII-16a-57                       <8>

                                  FII-1-59                           <6>              {1960}

                                  FII-2-59                           <7>              {1960}

                                  FII-4-59                           <3>

                                  FII-6-59                           <R*>           {1960}

                                  FII-7-59                           <1>              {1960}

                                  FII-12-59                         <9>              {1960}

                                  FII-13-59                         <4>              {1960}

                                  FII-17-59                         <R>

                                  FII-19-59                         <1>

                                  FII-24-59                         <2>              {1960}

                                  FII-25-59                         <R>             {1960}

                                  FII-26-59                         <4>              {1960}

                                  FII-27-59                         <1>

                                  FII-2-60                           <4>              {1960}

                                  FII-6-60                           <10>           {1960}

                                  FII-10-60                         <8>              {1960}

                                  FII-13-60                         <R>             {1960}

                                  FII-14-60                         <11>           {1960}

                                  FII-16-60                         <12>           {1963}

Cooper 53 @ 1960

                                  FII-5-60                           <2>

                                  FII-8-60                           <1>

                                  F1-1-61                            <5>              {1961}

                                  F1-2-61                            <6>              {1961}

                                  F1-3-61                            <10>           {1961}

                                  F1-6-61                            <4>              {1961}

                                  F1-9-61                            <R>             {1961}

                                  F1-13-61                         <8>              {1961}

                                  F1-14-61                         <8>              {1961}

                                  F1-15-61                         <10>           {1961}

                                  F1-16-61                         <R*>           {1961}

                                  VR                                     <R>             {1961}

Cooper 55 @ 1961

                                  F1-10-61                         <4>

                                  F1-11-61                         <3>

Cooper 58 @ 1961

                                  F1-12-61                         <R>

Cooper 59 @ 1962

                                  Aiden                               <11>

Cooper 60 @ 1962

                                  F1-17-61                         <1>

                                  F1-18-61                         <2>

Cooper 66 @ 1963

                                  F1-2-63                            <5>

                                  F1-4-63                            <2>

                                  F1-5-63                            <3-> 2>

                                  F1-6-63                            <3>

Cooper 73 @ 1964

                                  F1-1-64                            <2>

                                  F1-2-64                            <6>

                                  F1-3-64                            <14>

Cooper 77 @ 1965

                                  F1-1-65                            <4>

                                  F1-2-65                            <3>

Cooper 79 @ 1967

                                  FL-1-65                            <2>

Cooper 81 @ 1966

                                  F1-2-66                            <4>

                                  F1-3-66                            <2>

                                  F1-4-66                            <9>

                                  F1-5-66                            <6>

                                  F1-6-66                            <1>

                                  F1-7-66                            <8>

Cooper 81B @ 1967

                                  F1-1-67                            <4>

Cooper 86 @ 1967

                                  F1-2-67                            <4>

Cooper 86B @ 1968

                                  F1-1-68                            <3>

                                  F1-2-68                            <4>

                                  F1-4-68                            <4>


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#49 Henk Vasmel

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Dallara F188 @ 1988

                                  1                                        <R>

                                  1                                        <8>              F188-1 is a new car in Canada

                                  2                                        <R*>

                                  3                                        <7>

Dallara BMS189 @ 1989

                                  4                                        <10-> 9>

                                  5                                        <6>

                                  6                                        <4>

                                  7                                        <3>

                                  8                                        <7>

                                  9                                        <7>

Dallara BMS190 @ 1990

                                  11                                      <14>

                                  12                                      <R>

                                  14                                      <13>

                                  15                                      <10>

                                  16                                      <10>

Dallara B191 @ 1991

                                  18                                      <12>

                                  19                                      <7>

                                  20                                      <3>

                                  21                                      <6>

                                  22                                      <8>

                                  23                                      <R*>

Dallara B192 @ 1992

                                  24                                      <11x>

                                  25                                      <7>

                                  26                                      <6>

                                  27                                      <8>

                                  28                                      <11>

De Tomaso F2-'59 @ 1959

                                  F2-001                             <R>

De Tomaso F1-'61 @ 1961

                                  F1-001                             <R>

                                  F1-002                             <R>

                                  F1-003                             <R>

                                  F1-004                             <R>

De Tomaso 505 @ 1970

                                  38/1                                  <R*>

                                  38/2 [38/3]                    <11 NC>

                                  38/3 [38/2]                    <R>

Derrington-Francis @ 1964

                                  Ex-ATS 100-02               <R>             different name   New space frame & body, ATS engine & parts



#50 Henk Vasmel

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Eagle 1F @ 1966

                                  AAR-101                         <5>

Eagle 1G @ 1966

                                  AAR-102                         <R>

                                  AAR-103                         <3>              {1967}

                                  AAR-104                         <1>              {1967}

Emeryson @ 1956

                                  N/A                                  <R>

Emeryson MkII @ 1962

                                  1004                                 <11>

Emeryson MkIII @ 1962

                                  1006                                 <10 NC>

EMW R1/52 @ 1953

                                  N/A                                  <R>             EMW is new name for DAMW later AWE and IFA-Rennkollektiv

ENB @ 1962

                                  1001                                 <16>           Last years Emeryson rebuilt

Ensign N173 @ 1973

                                  MN01                              <13>

Ensign N174 @ 1976

                                  MN02                              <8>

Ensign N175 @ 1975

                                  MN04                              <6>              Also raced as Boro

Ensign N176 @ 1976

                                  MN05                              <5>

                                  MN05-2                          <10>

Ensign N177 @ 1977

                                  MN06                              <6>

                                  MN07                              <5>

                                  MN08                              <5>

Ensign N179 @ 1979

                                  MN09                              <13>           MN010 was an N179, never completed

Ensign N180 @ 1980

                                  MN11                              <9>

                                  MN12                              <12>

                                  MN14                              <14>

Ensign N180B @ 1981

                                  MN15                              <6>              renumbered       MN15 = MN14 rebodied and renumbered

Ensign N181 @ 1982

                                  MN16                              <8>              Later as Theodore

ERA A @ 1950

                                  R4A                                   <6>

ERA B @ 1950

                                  R14B                                 <6>

ERA C @ 1950

                                  R8C/D                              <7>              Still "R8D", later rebuilt on previous R8C chassis

ERA E @ 1950

                                  GP1                                  <R>

                                  GP2                                  <R>

ERA G @ 1952

                                  R1G                                  <R>

EuroBrun ER188 @ 1988

                                  1                                        <13>

                                  2                                        <13>

                                  3                                        <11>

EuroBrun ER189 @ 1990

                                  2                                        <13>