DUTCH GRAND PRIX
THE FIELD roars off to the start of what was to be a tragic Dutch Grand Prix. Ronnie Peterson takes an immediate lead
which he was not to relinquish until six laps from the end. Eventual winner Jackie Stewart and team-mate Francois Cevert follow with Denny Hulme taking an inside line with the rest chasing behind. Below, Stewart drives on to his record setting 26th victory. The race was the fifth one-two victory for Ken Tyrrell’s two drivers.
RETURNING TO ZANDVOORT for the first time since 1971 the Dutch Grand Prix took
place at the seaside circuit in July. Seen rounding the tight Hunzerung hairpin behind the pits (above) is a group led by Howden Ganley’s !so Marlboro, which has just inadvertently pushed Niki Lauda’s BRM P160 onto the dirt on the inside of the corner. Pursuing Ganley is his team-mate Gijs van Lennep, Mike Beuttler’s March on the inside of Graham Hill’s Shadow, Roger Williamson, who later was killed in an accident, in his March, George FoIlmer’s Shadow and Chris Amon’s Tecno. After taking fourth place in the British Grand Prix, James Hunt drove to a first class third overall in the Dutch Grand Prix (left) driving Lord Hesketh’s March, Below, Ronnie Peterson led the race in his Lotus 72 until ten laps from the finish when his gearbox and engine started to give trouble.
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