Without a doubt, Formula One is the pinnacle of competitive motorsport. Why? Well, take Ferrari for example. This classic car brand uses Formula One as a way to show their expertise, not only in chassis building but in producing incredible performance engines as well.
And they have been part of Formula One since its inception in 1950.
But there are so many manufacturers that have contributed to the sport. Some were a flash in the pan. Like the champions from 2008. The team literally lasted for one year, won the championship and then was sold. Others have had massive periods where they have dominated the sport, winning titles year in and year out.
And although the driver is an important part of a winning package, ultimately, it comes down to the car itself. In the beginning, speed was perhaps more important than handling. Now, however, aerodynamics mean that the cars that can negotiate corners the fastest are usually those that win. After all, a Formula One track is not an oval!
And I am sure you would certainly agree, the vehicles from the 1950's look positively ancient compared with today's machines, while the Formula One cars of today sometimes look like flying machines more than cars.
Now the question is, can you identify these cars from a single image. Not only the modern ones but those of yesteryear as well.