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Scuderia ferrari
17th December 2006, 19:26
What type would it be, it can be any year or make, they may be still around or gone, so which for you?

For me, it would be a ferrari 2006 one!

Jag_Warrior
17th December 2006, 20:29
I'd have to go with the Lotus 79. Beautiful form and such a dominant package.

sonic_roadhog
17th December 2006, 20:39
http://www.racingsportscars.com/f1/1981/Silverstone-1981-07-18-011T.jpg

Lotus 88 a beautiful car.

JasonD
17th December 2006, 21:59
Tyrrell P34. It wasnt the fastest, didnt win everything and certainly didnt set the world on fire, but I sure like the look of it and it would be a great conversation for anyone stopping by.

JPMfan
18th December 2006, 10:11
Since the lotus 79 was already chosen, I opt for the Williams FW14B.

CarlMetro
18th December 2006, 12:08
Ferrari 312T :lips:

Storm
18th December 2006, 12:22
Ferrari F2001 or Orange Arrows in 2000/01

CarlMetro
18th December 2006, 12:46
Orange Arrows in 2000/01

They were giving them away when you brought 25 worth of petrol at my local garage, shortly after the team folded :p :

Hawkmoon
18th December 2006, 13:19
1991 Ferrari 642. Went like crap, but did it in style.

If I wanted a successful car I would take the Ferrari F2004. Ugly bugger, but quick as anything seen before it.

gjalie
18th December 2006, 14:22
the X-winged Tyrrel!

ArrowsFA1
18th December 2006, 14:44
The ArrowsFA1 of course :p : :cool:

http://www.gpracing.net192.com/cars/images/1978-USW-Stommelen-ArrowsFA1.jpg

555-04Q2
18th December 2006, 15:21
I'm with Carl on this one...

...Ferrari 312T :up:

TOgoFASTER
18th December 2006, 17:32
Today it would be a Sauber C12 from 1993.

http://www.f1-legend.com/images/histoire/voitures/93voi-sauberc12.jpg




Or one of those 6 wheeled Tyrrells that Scheckter and Depepailler took to a 1-2 finish at the 1976 Swedish GP. ;)

schmenke
18th December 2006, 18:10
Ferrari 312T :lips:

:up: Especially in "Gilles" livery :up: :D

skibum
18th December 2006, 18:17
Maserati 250F

Cozzie
19th December 2006, 06:20
Auto Union or any 1960s or 1970s car!

wmcot
19th December 2006, 08:51
Ferrari F93 - not a successful car at all, but the design was very clean and sharp!

RJL25
19th December 2006, 10:26
probably the last of the jaguars, just cos i reckon its the sexist F1 car i've seen in my time being an F1 fan.

ScotRacer
19th December 2006, 17:02
Ferrari F2001, the most beautiful low-nosed car in the high-nosed era :cool:

Duby
20th December 2006, 17:37
can i have 3 please ?

1- auto-union c or d-type
2- mercedes w25
3- Ayrton Senna monaco 84 Tolman-hart Turbo

Civic
23rd December 2006, 09:21
Prost JS45 or Williams FW19.

Mihai
23rd December 2006, 11:05
Minardi M195 or a 2000 Orange Arrows.

FastLap1
26th December 2006, 05:43
For me, Martin Brundle's '93 Ligier Renault JS39 with the crazy Gitanes paint scheme from Japan and Australia.

F1boat
26th December 2006, 12:23
Ferrari F2002.

Marshall
26th December 2006, 12:25
Jordan EJ199...beautiful car, great livery, and a surprise championship contender

Roamy
26th December 2006, 18:35
GV;s last Ferrari

Dazz9908
27th December 2006, 00:30
1982 Williams FW08 Cosworth
Or the same year the Lotus.

fly_ac
27th December 2006, 16:37
Michael Schumacher's Ferrari which he drove his last F1 GP with in Brazil.
But I don't think he will give it to me, so anyone (Ferrari F1 car) will do.

agwiii
28th December 2006, 02:57
Auto-Union Type C

Dazz9908
30th December 2006, 15:09
Tyrrell P34. It wasnt the fastest, didnt win everything and certainly didnt set the world on fire, but I sure like the look of it and it would be a great conversation for anyone stopping by.

I have to go along with that.
Or As I said eairlier the Williams FW08 In both race form and the the prototype
Six wheeler (Four rear wheels). Would be something different.

Didn't march have a six wheeler as well?

Eyo
30th December 2006, 15:42
I have to go along with that.
Or As I said eairlier the Williams FW08 In both race form and the the prototype
Six wheeler (Four rear wheels). Would be something different.

Didn't march have a six wheeler as well?


I have seen 4 front wheels but never 4 rear... could you post a pic of that?

TOgoFASTER
30th December 2006, 17:11
http://www.forix.com/8w/sixwheelers/761-6w.jpg

The poster child that March tired to use during 1977 to bring in new monies to save the factory March F1 ship from finally sinking. The above is a show car that just had the 5th and 6th wheels bolted on. It was after all just another redressing of an old (a 761 this time which was a 751 before that and a 741 and 731 before that and a 721G which had drawn quite heavy on a F2 March before that) March with new but basic fluff.
Did the real 2-4-0 run? Yes, for a short time, but never raced for the team. It was found to have massive understeer for some reason. :)
March as normal had little or no budget left to do any testing or worse than normal any good drivers they once had for needed input on the project were long gone.
March ran 761B's in 1977, as a great racing history book I have states "it was the end of illusions." Once the initial shine quickly wore off on this team, the realities of the racing results and the finacial stupor it had been in from the start finally led it to it's end.
The F1 team was sold to Gunter Schmidt and his ATS wheels outfit under his name.

Ant
4th January 2007, 17:13
It would have to be a Williams Honda FW11-B from 1987, or Jean Alesi's Ferrari 412-T2 from 1995! Beautiful looking F1 cars!!

Tazio
5th January 2007, 08:08
The Alfa Romeo P3 that Tazio Nuvolari drove to "The impossible Win" at the Nurburgring 1935! For obvious reasons!