1973 GP RPA (Kyalami) Tyrrell 004 - Ford (Eddie Keizan)

Eddie Keizan in the 1973 South African GP driving Tyrrell 004 .

1972 Kyalami Team Gunston Surtees TS9 John Love

1972 Kyalami Team Gunston Surtees TS9 John Love

Roy Hesketh Circuit. Dave Charlton testing before the F1 non championship race 12th July 1970

Dave Charlton (Lotus 49 Ford Cosworth) testing before the non championship race July 1970

Roy Hesketh Circuit - Bobby Olthoff in his March-Ford M3A in April 1968. It was built out of parts from his McLaren sports car and a crashed M3A from the UK.

Roy Hesketh Circuit - Bobby Olthoff in his March-Ford in April It was built out of parts from his McLaren sports car and a crashed from the UK.

Paddy Driver (back to camera) Doug Surrurier and Basil van Rooyen

Paddy Driver (back to camera) Doug Surrurier and Basil van Rooyen

Sam-Tingle Team Gunston

Sam-Tingle Team Gunston

John Love and Tony Jefferies @ Roy Hesketh SA

John Love and Tony Jefferies @ Roy Hesketh SA

John Love @ Roy Hesketh  SA

John Love @ Roy Hesketh SA

Keith Berrington-Smith with Bobby Oltoff @ Roy Hesketh SA

Keith Berrington-Smith with Bobby Oltoff @ Roy Hesketh SA

Peter de Klerk @ Roy Hesketh SA

Peter de Klerk @ Roy Hesketh SA

Basil van Rooyen looking over one of the Gunston sponsored F1's @ Roy Hesketh

Basil van Rooyen looking over one of the Gunston sponsored @ Roy Hesketh

1979 Monaco GP, Monte Carlo : Jody Scheckter (Ferrari T4) leading Niki Lauda (Brabham Alfa-Romeo BT48) and his teamate Gilles Villeneuve during early laps of the race on his way to the victory. (ph: formula1.com)

Race winner Jody Scheckter (RSA) Ferrari leads the opening lap of the race from Niki Lauda (AUT) Brabham and team mate Gilles Villeneuve (CDN). Monaco Grand Prix, Rd Monte Carlo, Monaco, 27 May

Desiré Wilson, la Reina de África que ganó en Fórmula 1

Desiré Wilson, la Reina de África que ganó en Fórmula 1

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