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    Jordan 194 '94

    I think your work is excellent and it goes better and better. And also it isn´t the aim of your work to do all the variants of all the F1 cars. It isn´t possible to create all of them. During the 80s and 90s the F1 cars had some evolution during the season. But most of the cars from last 2decades they had many differences in every GP they started (or at least in every 2 GPs). In my posts I want only to show the F1 cars in other variants, colour schemes or sponsor differences in addition to your work. If you will create some of them in the future, everyone of your fans will be happy. But you have still a lot of work with the cars from last 30 years and also with the cars from 1950s.
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    Jordan 193 '93

    JORDAN 193 Team Jordan used more variations of main sponsor name during the 1993 season.
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    Jordan 193 '93

    JORDAN 193 (version with different rear wing) Team Jordan used model 193 with larger rear wing during British GP (only 1 car), Hungarian GP and European GP.
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    Jordan 194 '94

    JORDAN 194 (Beginning of the 1994 season) Jordan 194 appeared with red top of airbox and different rear wing at the beginning of the 1994 season. Brazilian GP GP of Pacific GP of Spain - with black top of airbox but with different rear wing.
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    Jordan 194 '94

    JORDAN 194 (Car launch) Jordan 194 at the car launch before the season with only few sponsor names.
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    Jordan 197 '97

    JORDAN 197 (versions of B&H sponsorship) Different versions of writing B&H sponsorship during the 1997 season.
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    Jordan 197 '97

    JORDAN 197 (GP of Luxembourg) Jordan 197 appeared with lettering Benson & Hedges on sidepods and different version of snake on the front during the GP of Luxembourg.
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    Jordan 197 '97

    Excellent work, Sauro.
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    Jordan 196 '96

    JORDAN 196 (catalunya after season test) The Jordan 196 appeared at the Catalunya circuit after season testing in December 1996 with Nigel Mansell on board and Benson & Hedges lettering on the sidepods.
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    Jordan 196 '96

    JORDAN 196 (silverstone pre season test) The Jordan 196 appeared in gold colour of B&H sponsor during the Silverstone pre season testing. But due to the ban on tobacco advertising the car was only with Jordan logos on sidepods.
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    Jordan 196 '96

    One of my favourite F1 cars. Great Sauro. JORDAN 196 (car launch and estoril pre season test) The Jordan 196 was presented in different colours at the car launch and estoril pre season test. It was before Benson & Hedges came as main sponsor.
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    Forti Fg03

    FORTI FG03 (1996) - second colour scheme Before the GP of Spain 51 % of Forti Corse was sold to Shannon Racing. The colour scheme of Forti FG03 was changed to green-white between the GP of Spain and GP of Britain. In Germany and Hungary the team didn´t start and before the Belgian GP they dissapeared from Formula One.
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    Forti Fg03

    FORTI FG03 (1996) - first colour scheme The new model Forti FG03 was introduced at European GP of 1996 season. The car started in yellow colour scheme at GP of Europe, San Marino and Monaco.
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    Forti Fg 01B

    FORTI FG01B (1996) - GPs of Brazil, Argentina and San Marino FG01B in different colour scheme. During the southamerican GPs the sponsor Hudson was on sidepods and at GP of San Marino there was the sponsor Roces. The colour scheme of FG01B at GP of San Marino was similar to FG03 used by Badoer.
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    Forti Fg 01B

    FORTI FG01B (1996) - GP of Australia At the start of 1996 season the new Forti car wasn´t ready, so Forti Corse modified the 1995 model FG01 into FG01B. This car was used during first 3 GPs of the 1996 season by both drivers and at GP of San Marino by Montermini. The car was used in 2 different colour schemes.
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    Forti Fg 01

    FORTI FG01 (1995) - second version The second version of FG01 was introduced during the British GP. The car had new semi-automatic gearbox, different shorter sidepods, new chassis and aerodynamics and had no overweight. This version was used untill the end of 1995 season and was modified into FG01B which was used during the 1996 season.
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    Forti Fg 01

    FORTI FG01 (1995) first version - european and canadian GPs First version of FG01 was used during european and canadian GPs with different colour scheme and with new airbox. The sidepods of the first version were much longer.
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    Forti Fg 01

    FORTI FG01 (1995) - first version - GP of Brazil and Argentine The first FG01 had 60 kgs overweight and had manual gearbox. During the southamerican GPs the team used different colour scheme. The car had still no airbox.
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    Forti Fg 01

    FORTI FG01 (1995) first version - pre season presentation and test Forti FG01 was an evolution of Brabham BT60 and Fondmetal GR02 built by Giorgio Stirano. The colours of first presented car were more yellow and less blue then the others. This car had no airbox above drivers head.
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    Jordan 191 '91

    JORDAN 191 (1991) different sponsors During the 1991 season Jordan 191 had many different sponsors on the sidepods.
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    Jordan 191 '91

    JORDAN 191 (1991) GP of Japan During the GP of Japan was used Pepsi as main sponsor instead of 7Up.
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    Jordan 192

    JORDAN 192 (1992) official presentation and test version The first colour scheme used on Jordan 192 during official presentation before 1992 season and during pre season tests.
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    March 881

    MARCH 881 (1989) March 881 was used by Leyton House March Racing Team during first 3 GPs of the 1989 season before entering the new March CG891. From GP of San Marino March 881 started in new blue-green colours with new BP sponsorship.
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    March 881

    MARCH 881 (1988) From the second GP of San Marino of the 1988 season March 881 started with engine cover. THrough the season the team uses twoo different types of airboxes above the drivers head. At the GP of San Marino the car was only with Leyton House sponsorship.
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    March 881

    MARCH 881 (1988) without engine cover At the first GP of the 1988 season - GP of Brazil - March 881 started without engine cover.
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