Thank you for purchasing the “Greatest Grand Prix Calendar” 2021 edition. This is the second calendar that I have designed and produced and I’m really pleased with it. My name is Adam and I’ve been a Formula 1 fan since I was a mere 5 year old and my excitement for watching racing cars and following the stories around the pinnacle of motorsport is just as high now as it was back then.

I’m a creative at heart and wanted to put my passion for F1 to good use, so created the BoxBoxBoxCo brand as my outlet for taking on exciting projects with the aim to produce and share beautiful products that I love and think other Formula 1 fans will love and treasure too. I’ve always admired the photography captured by Paul-Henri and Bernard Cahier and after forming a partnership with Paul-Henri and working out a unique design for a desk calendar I’m thrilled to have people like you enjoying the product across the world.

So yes, thank you for buying your calendar, or if you have received it as a gift, give the sender a big hug, they chose well 🙂

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Here’s to a good year – 2021, can’t be as tricky as 2020, surely!?

Founder, Designer and F1 fan – BoxBoxBoxCo.

Ps. If you would like to know more about the 12 cars I selected for the “Greatest Cars” calendar, they are all listed below. They are 12 of the greatest in different ways.


The stories behind 12 of the greatest Grand Prix cars

Ferrari F2004

The Ferrari F2004, driven by Michael Schumacher & Rubens Barrichello. The car won 15 out of 18 races with 12 Pole Positions and took Michael to his 7th World Championship in 2004.

Lotus 49

The legendary Lotus 49, driven by many drivers including Hill, Clark, Rindt and Andretti. The car raced for five consecutive seasons, taking two Constructor and two Driver World Championships.

Brawn GP BGP001

Brawn GP only raced for one year, winning 8 out of 17 races. The team rose from the ashes of the Honda team and took both the Driver and Constructor World Championships in 2009 and then Mercedes bought the team. The rest is history.

Maserati 250F

Maserati’s 250F raced for seven consecutive seasons, from 1954 to 1960, driven by the likes of Juan Manuel Fangio and Stirling Moss. Moss commented “It was the greatest car he ever drove”.

Williams FW14B

Williams dominated much of the 1990s. The FW14B in 1992 was an incredible car and took Nigel Mansell to his World Championship. The car took 10 wins from 16 races.

McLaren MP4/4

The McLaren MP4/4 is often regarded as the greatest car in the history of Grand Prix. Driven by Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost, taking 15 wins out of 16 races in 1988.

Red Bull RB7

Red Bull Racing had a meteoric rise to the top and it was the RB7 that took the team to their first dominant season. 2011 saw the team win 12 out of 19 races and both World Championships.

Ferrari 500

The Ferrari 500 is a legendary car. It dominated in 1952 and 1953, especially with Alberto Ascari. Ascari won every race that he entered in 1952, with a further 5 wins out of 8 races that he entered in 1953

Mercedes W07

Mercedes have dominated the hybrid era and continue to do so. The W07 in 2016, driven by Hamilton and Rosberg took the team to a record-breaking 19 wins in 21 races and both World Championships.

Lotus 97T

In its iconic black and gold JPS livery, the Lotus 97T gave the legendary Ayrton Senna his first victory.

Renault RS10

The Renault RS10 was a revolutionary car. It was the first turbocharged car to win a Grand Prix. Raced in 1979 by Jean-Pierre Jabouille and René Arnoux. It didn’t always finish and was nicknamed the “yellow teapot” because of the often smoking turbo.

Jordan 191

The Jordan 191 was not a very successful car, but it is regarded by many as the most beautiful. It gave the great Michael Schumacher his first race appearance too.

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