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Great detail in the F1 car – the British team paid tribute to a dead legend – Formula 1

An iconic phrase is written on Williams ’F1 car.

British team Williams ’F1 car revealed a stunning detail in the first tests of the World Series opening race in Bahrain on Friday. Inside the car’s halo safety arch reads the legendary legend Murray Walker iconic statement:

– I have to stop talking because I have a piece in my throat.

The utterance seen in Williams ’car was heard in the final round of the Japanese race in 1996, when the British Damon Hill drove to become world champion in Williams car.

Walker, an Englishman, died on March 13 at the age of 97. He was a war veteran who fought against the Nazis in World War II and moved to the reserve as captain.

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The beloved F1 voice narrated the British GP as early as 1949. He became the BBC’s standard commentator on formulas in the 1970s and continued his narratives until 2001. Particularly popular were his joint coverage on the BBC with a raiku driver James Huntin 1980-93. Hunt died of a heart attack in 1993 at the age of 45.

Fans liked Williams’ elegant gesture.

“You don’t have to be the fastest to be a fan favorite,” one Instagram user commented.

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Williams did not score a single point in the World Series last season. This season blows the winds of change. Williams was sold on August 21, 2020 to Dorilton Capital, and the Williams family left their seats in charge of the stable on September 6th.

The teams are now leading Jost Got it and Simon Roberts. Its drivers will continue as last year George Russell and Nicholas latifi.



Source site www.is.fi

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