Results: 82nd FRENCH GRAND PRIX—Formula One-54 laps—Paul Ricard Autodrome 5.810 kilometres per lap-313.740 kilometres—Very warm
Retirements: H. Ertl (Hesketh 308/3) on lap 5, at pits, broken differential: G. Nilsson (lotus 77/122) on lap 9, at pits, broken gearbox: N. Ltiuda (Ferrari 312’1’2/026) on lap 9,00 circuit, broken engine; C. Regazzoni (Ferrari II 212/027) on lap 18, on circuit, broken engine and slight accident ; 11. l’esuarolo (Surtees TS19/01) on lap 2). on circuit, broken transmission; E, Fittipaldi (Fittipaldi FD04/3) on lap 22, at pits, low oil pressure; v. Brambitia (March 761/1-2) on lap 29, at pits, low oil pressure; A. Jones (Surtees [S19/02) on lap 45, at pits. front end vibrations; R. Peterson (March 761/3-2) on lap 52, on circuit, fuel iniection trouble.
N.13: It. Peterson was classified a finisher in Pith position, having eornpietcd 51 laps.
27 starter.; — 18 fintshers.
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