Articles tagged Reutemann

Page 92 of November 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 92, November 1978

The Canadian Grand Prix

Gilles Villeneuve scored a fairy-tale first Grand Prix win in front of his hime crowd in the Canadian World Championship event on the new Ile Notre Dame Circuit in Montreal. For Ferrari - he was in 312T3/034 - it meant complete domination of the North American rounds. The youthful here is seen celebrating, below right, on the winner's rostrum between second placed Scheckter and third placed...

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The Hockenheim Formula 1 Race

“Der Kleiner Preis von Deutschland” The German round in the Formula One World Championship series for Drivers and Constructors was held on the fast and flat Hockenheim Ring on July 31st with all the regular Formula One teams and drivers taking part. Vern Schuppan remained in the Surtees team, after his promising showing at the British GP, new-boy Tambay was in the second Ensign, while Rebaque...

Page 33 of June 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, June 1979

Grote Prijs van Belgie

Some good driving Zolder, May 13th The little Zolder circuit, which is situated in the sandy scrublands of north east Belgium, not far from the Dutch border, is not the most attractive place even when the sun is shining. In the drizzling rain on Friday morning when testing and practice was due to start for the Belgian GP it was bleak. One point in favour of the Zolder track is that it does not...

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US GRAND PRIX

US GRAND PRIX JONES (above) miscalculated his start from fifth position on the grid, sliding wide on the grass and losing a number of positions. This shot, with third place man Reutemann in the foreground, shows him re-joining the track in eighth position. (Below) Brabharn designer Gcndon Murray talks with Piquet in the pits. (Right) The Ferraris may not have been Competitive in North America,...

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How the home fires were extinguished

The white BT34, its distinctive YPF logo prominent on the flat nose wing separating its two 'lobster claw' water radiators, rolled to a halt on pole position in front of the packed grandstands, beneath an unyielding sun. Nothing like this had been seen since the days of Juan Manuel Fangio and Froilan Gonzalez two decades before. "Lo-le, Lo-le!" The fans chanted Reutemann's popular nickname....

Page 34 of July 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, July 1979

The Formula One Scene

Swedish Grand Prix There have been a number of unusual happenings on the Formula One front recently, all of which have caused unrest and much discussion. The Swedish Grand Prix was announced as being cancelled only one month before it was due (June 16th) and basically the reason was that the Swedish organisers had not deposited the £250,000 or whatever the current figure is that the Formula One...

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The Dutch Grand Prix

Zandvoort, August 28th The Motor Racing scene in Holland is simple and straight-forward compared with some countries, there is but one circuit, the Grand Prix always takes place there and it doesn't change too much, so everyone turns up at the seaside resort of Zandvoort in a fairly happy frame of mind. Taking a lead from the British GP the Dutch organisers seeded out the "rabbits" from the entry...

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Matra beats Alfa Romeo Bid

Nurburgring, Germany, May 19th Last year the Matra-Simca team had a slight superiority over the Ferrari team which resulted in a narrow win in the World Championship for Makes. This year the French equipe again has a slight margin of superiority, but instead of Ferrari making the challenge the Italian colours are worn by the Alfa Romeo team, which recorded a splendid 1-2-3 victory at Monza after...

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The Dutch Grand Prix

— A very good race            Zandvoort, August 31st AFTER the FOCA bosses had managed to raise the price of their "Circus" this year, the promoters of the Dutch Grand Prix went ahead and organised their race at Zandvoort. As the Formula One world assembled in the main paddock on Thursday, the overall scene was one of greyness and gloom. At the best of times the North Sea looks mud-coloured, and...

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5th Grand Prix of France

Real Racing ReturnsClermont-Ferrand, July 2nd. After a certain amount of doubt the Grand Prix of France finally took place on the Circuit of Charade, in the hills above Clermont-Ferrand. The CSI circuit safety sub-committee kept muttering about improvements and safety barriers and the Automobile Club of the Auvergne kept muttering about building a new link road across the middle of the circuit to...

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