Something you won't see in an F1 race today. Nigel Mansell gives Ayrton Senna a lift after the latter ran out of fuel. Williams GP. Great Britain. Silverstone Circuit. July 14th 1991 http://www.f1-site.com/f1-wallpaper/history-wallpapers/708-historical_photo_f1#

Historical Ride: Nigel Mansell & Ayrton Senna, 1991 British GP (Nigel won this GP and Senna stopped because of a lack of fuel)

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Jim Clark, Colin Chapman [tie] and team-members on Carburetion Day, Interestingly, this may have been [along with the Gurney the last car[s] at Indy to actually HAVE carburetors! --- Probably a Dave Friedman photo.

Mi otro ídolo en la F1. Con todos ustedes Nigel Mansell, "El León", campeón del mundo de F1 en el año 1992. Valiente y agresivo donde los haya. Todo pundonor.

Mi otro ídolo en la F1. Con todos ustedes Nigel Mansell, "El León", campeón del mundo de F1 en el año 1992. Valiente y agresivo donde los haya. Todo pundonor.

Nico Rosberg takes commanding maiden F1 win in the Chinese Grand Prix

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Michael Schumacher, Nico Rosberg, Mercedes AMG - F1 Grand Prix of Japan

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In the early 1990s the shape and appearance of Formula One tyres began to more closely resemble those we see today. From 1992 to the end of 1996, Goodyear were the only tyre manufacturer in the sport. This is Damon Hill leading the 1993 British Grand Prix at Silverstone for Williams.

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"I didn't see a black flag."

I didnt see a black flag.

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