One of the world's most interesting car collections is housed in an old factory building in Hamburg.
Two of several racing cars on display at Prototyp.
On the left is one of seven Ford-powered Jordan 191s and on the right is one of five Porsche 718/2-02 Formula 2 cars.
The Jordan is perhaps best-known as the car that gave the great Michael Schumacher his Formula 1 debut. The German driver qualified an impressive seventh in the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix and although mechanical gremlins limited his debut to just a few metres.
While Porsche is perhaps better known for its sports car exploits, in the 1950s and 1960s the German manufacturer was a fixture in the single seater arena.
It made its debut at the 1959 Monaco Grand Prix, and when F1 adopted F2 regulations a couple of years later, the Porsche 718/2-02 became a fixture in the world championship.