Dome F106
Debunked Projects

Debunked: Dome F106 rumors

The Dome F106 is one is one of the unraced projects nothing is known of. The first time I heard of the Dome F106 as a concept Formula One car was years ago on a forum.  There are other websites that mention the car as the supposed successor of the Dome F105, which never debuted. So what is true and what isn’t? We all know that the Japanese manufacturer Dome
Van Hool
Debunked Projects

Debunked: The Van Hool Formula one car

A few years ago, the story appeared of the Van Hool VHM Formula One car, which was a kit car with similarities of the Ferrari T312T2. It was built for the 1975 season, but it was never raced in a single Grand Prix, at least that what many of us thought. The Van Hool VHM is one of these few examples I discovered during my research of an existing car
Arrows A24
Debunked Projects

The stillborn Orange Arrows A24 was just a myth

In 2002 after a couple of races Orange Arrows couldn’t pay its bills any more. No money to pay means in the Formula One a goodbye and thanks for be on the grid for all those years. That’s how the Formula One works. However there have been a lot of speculations of the stillborn Arrows A24. Did the team already start with designing  the new Arrows A24 or didn’t they
Lola T94/30
Debunked Projects

The mysterious Lola T94/30 Formula One Car

In 1994 the Lola Cars International Ltd. came with their first sketches of their new Formula One car. They intended to enter the 1995 season with the Lola T95/30. The car was a couple of time tested by Allan McNish before the team was forced to let the plan to enter the Formula One in 1995 go. How ever during that same period the media spoke also about the Lola