Stirling Moss in his Lotus 18 wins the 1960 Monaco GP
Jim clark lotus climax 33 photograph foto monaco grand prix 1967
Jim Clark, Lotus 33 Climax Monaco The 49 was supposed to have made its debut here but problems with the DFV put it back until the next round at Zandvoort. Clark retired with a broken damper but teammate Graham Hill finished second in his Lotus 33 BRM
Romain Grosjean, Lotus Photo by XPB Images on February 2015 at Barcelona February testing. Formula One World Championship photos.
Kimi Raikkonen - Lotus E20 - 2012 Barcelona testing
LOTUS-CLIMAX 25 Seven cars were built in total, numbered R1 to R7. Four cars - R1, R2, R3 and R5 - were written off (three of them by Trevor Taylor) in accidents between 1962 and 1966. The most successful was R4, which Clark drove to all seven of his World Championship wins in 1963. This car was later crashed by Richard Attwood then rebuilt as a Lotus 33 using a spare monocoque of that type and unofficially known as R13. (ph: wikimedia.com, Source : wikipedia.org)
Formula 1 photo: Tony Brooks (No. sits on the front of the grid with Jack Brabham, Italian Grand Prix, Monza, September 1959
Lotus Type as driven by the great Graham Hill. Chassis was one of twelve produced (though it is estimated only 7 remain) and was completed in October