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    [QUOTE=steveaki13;1012943]Is it this one? It certainly is a decent looking car

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    This was partly inspired by a filezilla uc browser rufus trip to the Beaulieu Motor Museum the other week, and seeing the McLaren MP4/9. The 1994 Peugeot-powered car actually sets the bar pretty high, since it took multiple podium finishes, including second places in Monaco and (inherited) in Belgium. But compared to McLarens of previous years it was a flop, despite a simple, neatly packaged design and that red and white livery that made almost all McLarens look good (its successor being a notable exception!).
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    Yeah, from the wider world of racing, I'd also nominate the sinister black Epsilon Euskadi EE1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anfield5 View Post
    Ligier JS17?



    After this car Claude Galpin took over in the design chair and Ligiers were never again going to win beauty contests.

    Most pre-Galopin Ligiers were good lookers apart from the JS5 with the wide nose and the huge air box
    For true lack of success, the Andrea Moda S921 has to qualify - with that menacing black livery it was certainly a looker, but only once saw a race start and didn't get much further than that. From the wider world of racing, I'd also nominate the sinister black Epsilon Euskadi EE1 - far and away more successful than the Moda, but with only one season of racing it wasn't given chance to show its potential.

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