An F1 journalist has claimed that Ken Tyrrell, founder of the eponymous team, provided strict rules on his drivers' appearance at races, and has stated that Valtteri Bottas would not have got on well with the late team owner.
Tyrrell participated in the sport between 1968-1998, winning three drivers' championships with Sir Jackie Stewart and one constructors' world championship.
As well as Stewart, the team boasted a huge array of stars, including Sky Sports F1's Martin Brundle, former world champion Jody Scheckter, Jean Alesi and Jos Verstappen, before their entry was taken over by BAR Racing and then into the modern day, Mercedes.
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