Coca-Cola was considered essential for morale in WW II. As soon as practical, Seabees or Army engineers would construct bottling plants behind the lines and the military support staff would bottle Coke. This one was built on Saipan in 1944 by the Seabees.
Engine blown ten laps before the end of the 1954 Italian GP in Monza, Stirling Moss parked his Maserati 250F in the pit straight, tired and disillusioned. Bernard Cahier was there, quickly found a bottle of Coke, and handed it to his friend Sterling before taking this iconic photo with his Leica.