KEVIN EASIN: Is there one car that stands out for you down the
years? Your colleague in rock-and-roll Chris Rea is mad about the 1961
Sharknose Ferrari in which Phil Hill won his championship.
I loved the Mercedes W196 from the 1950s (driven by Fangio and Moss),
the Lotus 25 (driven by Jim Clark in 1962) and Lotus 79 (the 1978 world
championship-winning car for Mario Andretti), the Brabham BT52 (Nelson
Piquet’s world championship car of 1983) and the Brabham BT46B (the
infamous fan car banned immediately after Niki Lauda won the 1978
Swedish GP) and the McLaren MP4/4 (in which Senna and Prost won 15 of 16
races in 1988).