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Jo Siffert (Cooper-Maserati) throws up the cement dust at Druids, British GP, Brands Hatch 1966.

Jo Siffert (Cooper-Maserati) throws up the cement dust at Druids, British GP, Brands Hatch

Formula 1 in 1967 - Graham Hill (Lotus 49), Jochen Rindt and John Surtees in the last official Cooper-Maseratis, Chris Amon (Ferrari), Jackie Stewart in the ground "breaking" BRM H16, left from Denny Hulme, later F1-champion 1967, in his Brabham-Repco, in the back a John-Walker Cooper... glory but also tragic years, full of legends - featuring some of the most beautiful race cars of all times. :-)

Formula 1 in 1967 - Graham Hill (Lotus and some of the best looking racing cars ever made!

Cooper T81 Maserati engine 1966

Coopers’ 1966 was an aluminium monocoque chassis carrying a development of Masers’ 10 year old ‘Tipo 60 degree DOHC, 2 valves per cylinder, Lucas injected, and a claimed @ The cars were heavy, reasonably reliable. Surtees and Rindt extracted all from them

The De Tomaso Mangusta (1969) would be the first car produced in significant numbers by Alejandro de Tomaso, it used a modified version of the chassis from its forebear – the De Tomaso Vallelunga.

1969 De Tomaso Mangusta

1969 De Tomaso Mangusta - After driving OSCA race cars for the Maserati brothers, racing driver Alejandro De Tomaso set about designing his own supercar.

Main picture of the 1956 Maserati 250F that won the 1956 Monaco Grand Prix driven by Stirling Moss

Automobile - 1956 Maserati that won the 1956 Monaco Grand Prix driven by Stirling Moss

Lorenzo Bandini, Ferrari, 1965 Monaco Grand Prix. He would die tragically following an accident at the same circuit only two years later.

Lorenzo Bandini ( Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFAC) at the 1965 Monaco Grand Prix leading his teammate John Surtees ( Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFAC)

1966 Cooper T81

Jochen Rindt, Cooper-Maserati Nürburgring He finished third.

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