In your May issue you wondered about the whereabouts of Chris Amon’s Fl car. In June 1996 I took the enclosed picture of the Amon F1 machine at the Nurburgring museum.
The car was obviously restored to a high standard, by Erwin Derichs, a former F3 constructor who now restores and runs historic racing cars in Germany.
I am yours, etc
Norbert Voge, Brussels, Belgium
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