You were there: 1971 British Grand Prix

Looking on the bright side: snapshots of the 1971 British Grand Prix


Up close with his hero: Nevill snaps Hill’s “lobster claw” Brabham BT34

Graham Nevill

A 14-year-old Graham Nevill managed to get close to his idol Graham Hill at the 1971 British Grand Prix at Silverstone… before a bungled flag drop took him out of the race at the start.


Peter Gethin looks over his McLaren-Ford

Graham Nevill


Mechanics hard at work, with Jackie Stewart’s winning Tyrrell among the pack

Graham Nevill


Nevill fondly recalls the open paddock, which reminds him of the Goodwood Revival today

Graham Nevill


Vibrations had hurt the Ford-powered Lotus 72B, but strengthened bodywork helped Emerson Fittipaldi to third

Graham Nevill

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