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1983 Tyrrell 011

For sale: Ex Alboreto Tyrrell 011 (1983)

Images: Hall & Hall
Purchased directly from Tyrrell, this car, chassis 06, was driven by Michele Alboreto to his first Formula 1 Grand Prix win, and is now up for sale at Hall & Hall.

Every tyrrell F1 car

Illustration: Every Tyrrell Formula 1 car

Fabulous illustration of every Tyrrell F1 car from 1970 – 1998

Jackie Stewart at Mosport 1973

Video: Jackie’s last race

September 23rd marked the 40th anniversary of the 1973 Canadian Grand Prix at Mosport Park, the last time racing legend Jackie Stewart competed in Formula 1.

Elf Tyrell Ford F1 model Corgi

eBay find of the day: Discontinued Jackie Stewart Tyrrell 006 model

Racing number aside, this die-cast Tyrrell-Ford is a faithful 1:36 scale recreation of the 006 in which Jackie Stewart won the 1973 F1 World Championship.

Beltoise - Brabham - 1970 - Spain

Sideways Formula 1 cars – 12 incredible photos

Formula 1 is about being fast, and being fast is about having grip. For the most part, Formula 1 engineers and drivers work pretty well together in order to maintain traction when and where it …

Jackie Stewart

Video Documentary: Racing Legends: Jackie Stewart

“Jackie stewart was an icon to a generation, who changed motorsport forever. And now I’m going to experience the Jackie Stewart story, from the driver’s seat.”

Brundle Crash

Video: Brundle Stacks at Monaco, 1984

The streets of Monaco are well-respected for their brutally unforgiving nature.


Best of the Cahier Archive: Sideways action

In modern day Formula 1 a recurring criticism is how rare it is to see the cars move around, and how difficult it is to gauge how hard the drivers are working. No one doubts the pilots …

Tyrrell P34 Goodwood

Video: Tyrrell P34 Climbs Goodwood

Martin Stretton dances absolutely fearlessly with the barriers as he tears up Goodwood’s hill in this video from the 2010 Festival of Speed.


One off Grand Prix winners: Francois Cevert, Watkins Glen 1971

Surely there was never a more handsome GP driver than Francois Cevert? The tall Frenchman had been called into the Tyrrell March team in 1970 to replace the disillusioned Johnny Servoz-Gavin. This may have been …