Rediscover the cars of Nelson Piquet's F1 career

Forty years after Nelson Piquet scored his maiden Formula 1 race victory, we take a look at all grand prix cars he raced in his illustrious career, starting from the humble Ensign N177 to the Benetton B191 in which he bid farewell to the sport.

Rediscover the cars of Nelson Piquet's F1 career
1978 - Ensign N177
1978 - Ensign N177
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1978 - McLaren M23 (BS Fabrications)
1978 - McLaren M23 (BS Fabrications)
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1978-79 - Brabham BT46
1978-79 - Brabham BT46
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1979 - Brabham BT48
1979 - Brabham BT48
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1979-80 - Brabham BT49
1979-80 - Brabham BT49
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1981 - Brabham BT49C
1981 - Brabham BT49C
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1982 - Brabham BT50
1982 - Brabham BT50
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1982 - Brabham BT49D
1982 - Brabham BT49D
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1983 - Brabham BT52
1983 - Brabham BT52
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1983 - Brabham BT52B
1983 - Brabham BT52B
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1984 - Brabham BT53
1984 - Brabham BT53
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1985 - Brabham BT54
1985 - Brabham BT54
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1986 - Williams FW11
1986 - Williams FW11
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1987 - Williams FW11B
1987 - Williams FW11B
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1988 - Lotus 100T
1988 - Lotus 100T
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1989 - Lotus 101
1989 - Lotus 101
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1990 - Benetton B189B
1990 - Benetton B189B
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1990 - Benetton B190
1990 - Benetton B190
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1991 - Benetton B190B
1991 - Benetton B190B
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1991 - Benetton B191
1991 - Benetton B191
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