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30 years ago: The drivers and teams of F1 1987

The world title was decided by Nigel Mansell's practice crash at Suzuka, and Nelson Piquet went on to claim his third F1 crown. Here were the runners and riders of F1 1987...

30 years ago: The drivers and teams of F1 1987

#1: Alain Prost, McLaren MP4/3, TAG-Porsche

#1: Alain Prost, McLaren MP4/3, TAG-Porsche
1/33

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#2: Stefan Johansson, McLaren MP4/3, TAG-Porsche

#2: Stefan Johansson, McLaren MP4/3, TAG-Porsche
2/33

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#3: Jonathan Palmer, Tyrrell DG016, Cosworth

#3: Jonathan Palmer, Tyrrell DG016, Cosworth
3/33

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#4: Philippe Streiff, Tyrrell DG016, Cosworth

#4: Philippe Streiff, Tyrrell DG016, Cosworth
4/33

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#5: Nigel Mansell, Williams FW11B, Honda

#5: Nigel Mansell, Williams FW11B, Honda
5/33

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#5: Riccardo Patrese, Williams FW11B, Honda

#5: Riccardo Patrese, Williams FW11B, Honda
6/33

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Replaced injured Mansell at Australian GP

#6: Nelson Piquet, Williams FW11B, Honda

#6: Nelson Piquet, Williams FW11B, Honda
7/33

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#7: Riccardo Patrese, Brabham BT56, BMW

#7: Riccardo Patrese, Brabham BT56, BMW
8/33

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#7: Stefano Modena, Brabham BT56, BMW

#7: Stefano Modena, Brabham BT56, BMW
9/33

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Replaced Patrese at Australian GP

#8: Andrea de Cesaris, Brabham BT56, BMW

#8: Andrea de Cesaris, Brabham BT56, BMW
10/33

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#9: Martin Brundle, Zakspeed 861

#9: Martin Brundle, Zakspeed 861
11/33

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#10: Christian Danner, Zakspeed 861

#10: Christian Danner, Zakspeed 861
12/33

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#11: Satoru Nakajima, Team Lotus 99T, Honda

#11: Satoru Nakajima, Team Lotus 99T, Honda
13/33

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#12: Ayrton Senna, Team Lotus 99T, Honda

#12: Ayrton Senna, Team Lotus 99T, Honda
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#14: Pascal Fabre, AGS JH22, Cosworth

#14: Pascal Fabre, AGS JH22, Cosworth
15/33

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#14: Roberto Moreno, AGS JH22, Cosworth

#14: Roberto Moreno, AGS JH22, Cosworth
16/33

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Replaced Fabre for final two races

#16: Ivan Capelli, March 871, Cosworth

#16: Ivan Capelli, March 871, Cosworth
17/33

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#17: Derek Warwick, Arrows A10, Megatron

#17: Derek Warwick, Arrows A10, Megatron
18/33

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#18: Eddie Cheever, Arrows A10, Megatron

#18: Eddie Cheever, Arrows A10, Megatron
19/33

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#19: Teo Fabi, Benetton B187, Ford

#19: Teo Fabi, Benetton B187, Ford
20/33

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#20: Thierry Boutsen, Benetton B187, Ford

#20: Thierry Boutsen, Benetton B187, Ford
21/33

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#21: Alex Caffi, Osella FA1I, Alfa Romeo

#21: Alex Caffi, Osella FA1I, Alfa Romeo
22/33

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#22: Gabriele Tarquini, Osella FA1G, Alfa Romeo

#22: Gabriele Tarquini, Osella FA1G, Alfa Romeo
23/33

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Raced at San Marino GP only

#22: Franco Forini, Osella FA1G, Alfa Romeo

#22: Franco Forini, Osella FA1G, Alfa Romeo
24/33

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Appeared in Italy, Portugal and Spain only

#23: Adrian Campos, Minardi M187, Motori Moderni

#23: Adrian Campos, Minardi M187, Motori Moderni
25/33

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#24: Alessandro Nannini, Minardi M187, Motori Moderni

#24: Alessandro Nannini, Minardi M187, Motori Moderni
26/33

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#25: Rene Arnoux, Ligier JS29C, Megatron

#25: Rene Arnoux, Ligier JS29C, Megatron
27/33

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#26: Piercarlo Ghinzani, Ligier JS29C, Megatron

#26: Piercarlo Ghinzani, Ligier JS29C, Megatron
28/33

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#27: Michele Alboreto, Ferrari F187

#27: Michele Alboreto, Ferrari F187
29/33

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#28: Gerhard Berger, Ferrari F187

#28: Gerhard Berger, Ferrari F187
30/33

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#29: Yannick Dalmas, Larrousse/Lola LC87, Cosworth

#29: Yannick Dalmas, Larrousse/Lola LC87, Cosworth
31/33

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Raced in final three Grands Prix

#30: Philippe Alliot, Larrousse/Lola LC87, Cosworth

#30: Philippe Alliot, Larrousse/Lola LC87, Cosworth
32/33

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#32: Nicola Larini, Coloni FC187, Cosworth

#32: Nicola Larini, Coloni FC187, Cosworth
33/33

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