Lotus Type 92 1983 Ford Cosworth : First F1 car with revolutionary active suspension

Lotus Type 92 1983 Ford Cosworth : First car with revolutionary active suspension

John Love in his Team Gunston Lotus 49B at Leeukop Bend Kyalami during the 1969 South African Grand Prix.

John Love in his Team Gunston Lotus at Leeukop Bend Kyalami during the 1969 South African Grand Prix.

Tyrrell P34 Cosworth

Tyrrell Cosworth - Chassis: - Driver: Roger Wills - 2012 Monaco Historic Grand Prix

Lotus Type 78 Ford Cosworth DFV

The first ground Effect car - Lotus Type 78 Ford Cosworth DFV Taking part in the Classic Team Lotus Festival at Snetterton circuit on June 2010 to celebrate Lotus's upcoming Grand Prix at the European GP at Valencia on June

Lotus 78 F1 "ground effect" car

2005 Brands Hatch Katsuake Kubota Lotus 78 - History of Formula One regulations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lotus 78. The first F1 car to use active downforce. Lotus made out that they had invented a new differential. However there was a wing under the car and side skirts to act as an inverse wing. Another Chapman innovation. The were banned in 81.

Lotus The first car to use active downforce. Lotus made out that they had invented a new differential. However there was a wing under the car and side skirts to act as an inverse wing. The were banned in

Jim Clark (GBR) Lotus 49 took pole and won the race. Tragically this was to be his last F1 grand prix before suffering a fatal accident in an F2 race at Hockenheim. South African Grand Prix, 1 January 1968.

Jim Clark (GBR) Lotus 49 took pole and won the race. Tragically this was to be his last grand prix before suffering a fatal accident in an race at Hockenheim.

Zolder

Gilles Villeneuve, Ferrari Grand Prix of Belgium,. Gilles Villeneuve, Ferrari Grand Prix of…

Lotus 1978. Maybe one of the most beautiful F1 Car ever build.

Lotus Maybe one of the most beautiful Car ever build. I watched as a kid and loved this car.

Matra's Jackie Stewart wins the 1969 South African Grand Prix. Dig the wings.

Matra's Jackie Stewart wins the 1969 South African Grand Prix. Very scary, and dangerous cars.

———– Lotus 49B - Ford Cosworth DFV (Brands Hatch... - SPEED

Lotus - Ford Cosworth DFV The 49 was a testbed for several new pieces of racecar technology and presentation. Lotus was the first team to use aerofo.

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