The McLaren McLaren’s conceptual vision for the future of motorsport technology. Modelling the future is something we do every day at McLaren. Our Formula 1 race strategists think many laps ahead when planning a grand prix pit stop, our automotive
Monaco is close, peeps! So here are a few Monaco Grand Prix posters for your pleasure, sadly in low resolution. The 1967 poster hangs proudly on my bedroom wall, I’m eager to get my hands on a few more. I need a bigger apartment though :)
Schumacher stripped bare: Formula 1 driver's car taken apart and hung in an art gallery to reveal its inner workings
Dutch artist Paul Veroude deconstructed Micheal Schumacher's 2010 Mercedes GP Petronas car, and suspended each seperate parts, as well as the nuts and bolts) of the entire car at the Mercedes-Benz World Exhibition in Surrey, UK.
The Alfa Romeo 158/159 is one of the most successful racing cars ever produced. The car was originally developed for the 1937 formula with a 1.5-litre straight-8 supercharged engine, and took 47 wins from 54 Grands Prix entered. Following WW2, the car was eligible for the new Formula 1 introduced in 1947, and in the hands of drivers such as Nino Farina, Juan-Manuel Fangio and Luigi Fagioli, it dominated the first two F1 seasons. Artwork by Michael Jekot