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The 1956 Formula 1 World Championship: Fangio the unstoppable – Formula One Insights – by Jason Sultana

The 1956 Formula 1 World Championship: Fangio the unstoppable

Fangio and Moss went their separate ways in their search for new teams. Fangio joined Ferrari, though the cars fielded by it in 1956 were modified Lancias. Fangio was always suspicious about the st…

Formula 1 is an ever changing sport, with new rules, regulations, teams and faces continuously coming and going.      The JLF1 Blog Partner...

The F1 Evolution

Formula 1 is an ever changing sport, with new rules, regulations, teams and faces continuously coming and going. The JLF1 Blog Partner...

Classic Formula 1 on Twitter

“Tony Brooks - Vanwall - Monte Carlo, Monaco Grand Prix - 1957”

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Photos that have appeared in/on the twitter feed. Most are from @classicracepics but there are a few from others. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BiDtNwyCAAA5_25.jpg Ford's P68. Though fast, its reliability was inversely proportional to its looks: it failed to finish a single race pic.twitter.com/HuSHmCYnxT https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BiA1klpCQAEMTcE.jpg Ludovico Scarfiotti concentrating hard in his Cooper T86B at Monaco, 1968. He finished fourth. Photo: Sutton

1961 French GP Phil Hill in action for Ferrari at Reims-Gueux

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1961 French GP Phil Hill in action for Ferrari at Reims-Gueux

Louise Collins posing smiling at the wheel of the car driven by her husband and British racing driver Peter Collins at the Mille Miglia Automobile Race. Italy, May 1957. (Photo by Emilio Ronchini/Mondadori Portfolio via Getty Images)

Louise Collins posing smiling at the wheel of the car driven by her...

Louise Collins posing smiling at the wheel of the car driven by her husband and British racing driver Peter Collins at the Mille Miglia Automobile Race. Italy, May 1957.

Phil Hill, #20, (finished 1st), Richie Ginther, #18, (finished 2nd) & Willy Mairesse, #16, (finished 3rd) all Ferrari teammates at the Italian Grand Prix, held at Monza, 1960.

Classic Formula 1 on Twitter

“Ferrari teammates Phil Hill, Richie Ginther & Willy Mairesse at the 1960 Italian Grand Prix, held at Monza.”

Mercedes Benz F1 Car Transporter

Mercedes Benz F1 Car Transporter

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The Ferrari champion who quit while he was ahead - F1 - Autosport Plus

The Ferrari champion who quit while he was ahead | F1 | Autosport Plus

Phil Hill won the 1961 F1 world championship in the most tragic of circumstances, then called time on his career after winning his last motor race. NIGEL ROEBUCK remembers one of the smartest drivers of his era