I recently asked for your top five GP machines of all time and got fascinating answers. Again, thanks to those who replied. This time, it would be more than interesting to discover the identity of your five least favourite GP cars. Any views, please?
This isn't an attempt at automotive 'assassination', because I've always taken the view that the contribution made by folk who've tried and failed is considerably more valuable than that of those who made no contribution at all.
Down many years I've spoken to the chaps who drove GP cars, and several were highly critical, in private, of the cars they 'pedalled'. Some cars, they said, were awful in most respects, even though it wasn't always apparent when they were actually competing.
In my view, for what it's worth, some of the greatest GP failures were, and remain, worthy of our admiration. Others simply serve as bad examples from which we can learn a great deal.
Yours in the doghouse for spending my wedding anniversary building a slot B-Type Connaught