Personal photos from the paddock
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Posted 04 December 2004 - 14:16
A 1974 chassis, two year old endurance engines in dire need of rebuilding and Amon at the wheel.
............and the car ran well at both South Africa and Long Beach!!!
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Posted 30 December 2004 - 03:16
Below are a few offerings...all were shot at Riverside in the late 70s or early 80s.
Bell Strapping In.
John Paul Sr. & Jr.
Kim Green, Teo Fabi and Bobby Rahal...with hair ;)
Redman, RIR Pit Wall.
Al Holbert and Alwin Springer.
Posted 02 January 2005 - 13:31
Waiting for the Fog to Lift.
Father and Son
Men at Work
A Couple of Characters...Bunser and Mehl
Posted 15 January 2005 - 04:43
The following were shot at Santa Barbara by my step-dad, TC Ury with an old Speed Graphic and AGFA 4x5 film. A couple of them are included in the book "American Sports Car Racing in the 1950s"
Apologies to anyone out there on dialup...
Ken Miles' MG Special
Another shot of the Miles Special
I don't know why, but this is my favorite shot from his collection. I believe it's the shot that made me want to photograph racing cars myself.
Posted 04 May 2005 - 23:03
But not the Grand Prix?
Originally posted by Gary C
I had to get the full info on this picture from Mr.Nye himself. This is picture is in my collection, so copyright is with The Supercharged Collection. It's Giulio Borsari in the fuel-injected Ferrari 156/63 at Silverstone in 1963. Taken from the original 2 and a quarter inch square negative, remember those??
Posted 05 May 2005 - 15:50
I don't think it had the tacked-on deflector on the top of the windscreen in June.
Originally posted by Barry Boor
Is the only difference in this Ferrari between the Grand Prix and the International Trophy the fact that the number 10 was in a white roundel in May?
Or are there other subtle things that we plebs don't spot?
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Posted 08 April 2006 - 06:10
The first is Lucien Bianchi's Maserati 151 in 1962. The second is obviously Roger Penske in 1963.
The picture of Graham Hill in Ferrari number 10 is from 1964.
The pictures of the Breadvan Ferrari are from the 1962.
The pictures of the GTOs are from 1962. As stated, Surtees is number 74, Parkes' winner is 73. I am not sure about number 72, but it must be Piper or Davis.
I think that the Ferrari number 6 is Bandini's 330LM in 1963
Posted 09 April 2006 - 07:36
Standing, left to right: Jim Clark, Giancarlo Baghetti, Jo Bonnier, Dan Gurney, Phill Hill, Jack Brabham, Jo Siffert, Mike Spence, Bruce McLaren, Peter Revson, Chris Amon, Graham Hill. Tony Maggs is almost hidden by Jim Clark
Originally posted by Keir
Can anyone name all the drivers in the Dunlop pic ???
Sitting: Richie Ginther, Bob Anderson, John Taylor, Mike Hailwood
Posted 17 December 2004 - 18:31
Goodwood Revival 2000
Glad to see that Stirling hasn't slowed down any.
Posted 26 March 2005 - 03:10
Everyone, fantastic photos! Keep them coming!
Posted 02 November 2001 - 20:50
Count me in if the thread takes off. Most of my personal F1 pics are already on FORIX but I am sure I could find some paddock shots that have not been seen.
Maybe even shots from other catagories? I would LOVE to see some personal photos from the 1976 & 77 Shellsport series or the 1978-79 AFX or F5000!
Posted 03 November 2001 - 16:49
1972 British GP at Brands Hatch and Niki Lauda (driving for March) checks his mount for 1973!
1974 Race of Champions at Brands and Jacky Ickx brings his Lotus 72E back into the paddock after practice.
Just after the Ickx picture and Denny Hulme returns in the McLaren M23 (without his helmet).
I'll see how many other members contribute to this thread and maybe post a few more in December?
Edited by Rob Ryder, 09 April 2019 - 18:08.
Posted 04 November 2004 - 23:06
Thanks Twinny for resurrecting this long forgotten thread.. maybe a memory jogger for Jaxs, Udo K., Frank de Jong and Rob G?
As I said 3 years ago..Come on guys, where are all your hidden gems??
Posted 05 November 2004 - 07:32
Originally posted by maczippy
(might I suggest you at least add some identifying "©andrew wheeler 2004" - obviously your name - to the images?)
I am not a professional photographer, so copyrighting my photos does not bother me. If anyone thinks that my pics are good enough to use elsewhere I am delighted, and more that happy for that to happen.
One funny occurrance regarding copyright etc.. check these links..
These are two of my photos.. used on the official BRDC website without my knowledge .
I assume they 'lifted' them from FORIX?
I hate watermarks and other things spoiling images , but I do understand the reasons why some people use them .
Posted 05 November 2004 - 15:32
You could not see Barry Boor's pics because he'd removed 'em! Now they are back.. OK
Originally posted by bkalb
Can anyone explain why some people can see posted photos and others can't? And what to do about it?
I've looked at this thread on two different machines today, and in both Barry Boor's and Twinny's posts, all I get are those annoying little boxes with Xs in the middle. I can see all the other shots posted so far.
I have never had a problem seeing any of Twinny's work
Posted 05 November 2004 - 15:54
1971 Victory Race at Brands : The sad day we lost Seppi (back right)
Also in the photo.. Willy Southcott, Peter Gethin, Alan Challis & Howden Ganley
1971 Victory Race at Brands : Howden Ganley before the race.
1972 British GP at Brands : Peter Gethin explains slipstreaming to Tim Parnell
1973 British GP at Silverstone : One of my favourite cars.. Jackie Oliver's Shadow DN1
Keep the photos coming... great work
Edited by Rob Ryder, 09 April 2019 - 18:02.
Posted 05 November 2004 - 16:14
Originally posted by Macca
Naa, Gethin's saying "One of the twins was this tall, and the other was only this tall!"
Posted 05 November 2004 - 23:19
And of course Ray for 'Down Under' photos
Posted 07 November 2004 - 16:10
Roger Hill I think, mechanic with Tyrrell from 1968 through to 1989..
Originally posted by WGD706
Here's Jackie Stewart's Tyrrell at the 1970 USGP. Can anyone identify the mechanic driving the Car? I think his name might be Roger?
Here is another pic of him (in the car) at the 1973 International Troply.
This thread just gets better and better
Edited by Rob Ryder, 09 April 2019 - 18:09.
Posted 08 November 2004 - 21:57
He looked just as good in the track
If only... if only... if only. Dream on . Jacky's Ferrari, 1972 Silverstone.
Nice car.. nice paint job. Jody's M19C, 1973 Race of Champions.
Posted because he was mentioned in another thread...
... Graham McRae 1973 Race of Champions
Thanks to all who've posted photos... a brilliant thread.
Keep 'em coming
Edited by Rob Ryder, 09 April 2019 - 17:38.
Posted 08 November 2004 - 23:27
Stu, I thought it was Twin Window and not Twin Ferrari ?
Originally posted by Twin Window
I couldn't resist a little fiddle...
Hmm... can I have both?!
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Posted 13 November 2004 - 09:38
The Lotus 72D of Ronnie Peterson
The man himself
The Iso-Marlboro FX3B driven by Tony Trimmer
Howden Ganley looking very smart in his Iso-Marlboro gear - and sideburns
The 'spare' Brabham BT37 of John Watson
Edited by Rob Ryder, 09 April 2019 - 17:49.
Posted 15 November 2004 - 23:57
Brilliant! I just B&W photos
Originally posted by Pedro 917
Well, I've spent an hour or two in memory pitlane this evening scanning these black & white negatives from practice at Zolder 1975. Great drivers, some long gone but never forgotten. Enjoy!