Björn Waldegård started his carrer with a used Volkswagen 1500 in 1965 and won the Rally Bore. In 1979, he became the first ever to win the World Rally Championship.
Guy Moll at the
Grand Prix de Mountreux, 1934.
Grote Prijs van België, Spa-Francorchamps, 1955.
In the back of the pack is the #28 Maserati 250F of Louis Rosier. He finished in ninth position.
Grand Prix de Monaco, 1993.
A shot from above of some of the entries of the London-Mexico World Cup Rally 1970.
An Austin-Healey 100/6 gets air during the Rally to the Midnight Sun, Sweden, in 1956.
Sandro Munaris and Jean-Claude Andruetss Lancia Stratos HF that took them to second place in the 1973
Joginder and Jaswant Singh and their Volvo PV 544 Sport that they drove to victory in the East African Safari Rally in 1965. They won by the largest margin in rally history; 1 hour 40 minutes ahead of the second place finishers.
Peter Collins and Juan Manuel Fangio at Silverstone, 1956.
Mike Hawthorn in the works Jaguar D-Type at Le Mans, 1956.