NIKI LAUDA - FERRARI

1975 FORMULA 1 WORLD CHAMPION




Formula 1 - 1975 Round 05 - Monaco Grand Prix
FULL RACE 1 HOUR 30 MINS
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FULL RACE SOUNDS,NO COMMENTARY




Formula 1 - 1975 Round 10 - British Grand Prix Highlights 25 MINS

Formula 1 - 1975 Round 11 - Germany Grand Prix HIGHLIGHTS 44 MINS




1975 Formula One season






Austrian Niki Lauda won the 1975 World Championship of F1 Drivers
Emerson Fittipaldi (McLaren M23 Ford)placed second in the 1975 World Championship of F1 Drivers

The 1975 Formula One season was the 26th season of FIA Formula One motor racing. It featured the 1975 World Championship of F1 Drivers [1] and the 1975 International Cup for F1 Manufacturers [2] which were contested concurrently from January 12 to October 5 over fourteen races. The season also included three non-championship Formula One races and a nine race South African Formula One Championship.

Contents


Season summary

After a strong finish to the 1974 season, many observers felt the Brabham team were favourites to win the 1975 title. The year started well, with an emotional first win for Carlos Pace at the Interlagos circuit in his native São Paulo. However, over the season tyre wear frequently slowed the cars, and the initial promise was not maintained.[3]

Niki Lauda often refers to 1975 as "the unbelievable year". In his second year with Ferrari, the team provided him with the Ferrari 312T - a car that was technically far superior to any of the competition. He won his first world title with 5 wins and a huge margin over second place in the championship.

Drivers and constructors

The following drivers and constructors and contested the 1975 World Championship of F1 Drivers and the 1975 International Cup for F1 Manufacturers.

EntrantConstructorChassisEngineTyreNoDriverRounds
United Kingdom Marlboro Team McLarenMcLarenM23Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G1Brazil Emerson FittipaldiAll
2Germany Jochen MassAll
United Kingdom Elf Team TyrrellTyrrell007Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G3South Africa Jody ScheckterAll
4France Patrick DepaillerAll
15France Jean-Pierre Jabouille9
France Michel Leclère14
United Kingdom John Player Team LotusLotus72EFord Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G5Sweden Ronnie PetersonAll
6Belgium Jacky Ickx1-9
United Kingdom Jim Crawford10, 13
United Kingdom John Watson11
United Kingdom Brian Henton12, 14
15United Kingdom Brian Henton10
United Kingdom Martini RacingBrabhamBT44BFord Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G7Argentina Carlos ReutemannAll
8Brazil Carlos PaceAll
United Kingdom Beta Team March
United Kingdom Lavazza March
March741
751
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G9Italy Vittorio BrambillaAll
10Italy Lella Lombardi3-9
Germany Hans-Joachim Stuck10-14
29Italy Lella Lombardi10-13
Italy Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFACFerrari312B3
312T
Ferrari 001/11 3.0 F12
Ferrari 015 3.0 F12
G11Switzerland Clay RegazzoniAll
12Austria Niki LaudaAll
United Kingdom Stanley BRMBRMP201BRM P200 3.0 V12G14United Kingdom Mike Wilds1-2
United Kingdom Bob Evans3-9, 12-13
United Kingdom UOP Shadow Racing TeamShadowDN3B
DN5
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
Matra MS75 3.0 V12
G16United Kingdom Tom PryceAll
17France Jean-Pierre JarierAll
United Kingdom Team Surtees
United Kingdom National Organs Team Surtees
SurteesTS16Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G18United Kingdom John Watson1-10, 12
19United Kingdom Dave Morgan10
United Kingdom Frank Williams Racing CarsWilliamsFW
FW04
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G20Italy Arturo Merzario1-6
United Kingdom Damien Magee7
South Africa Ian Scheckter8
France François Migault9
United Kingdom Ian Ashley11
Switzerland Jo Vonlanthen12
Italy Renzo Zorzi13
Italy Lella Lombardi14
21France Jacques Laffite1-3, 5-6, 8-14
United Kingdom Tony Brise4
South Africa Ian Scheckter7
United Kingdom Embassy Racing with Graham HillLola
Hill
T370
T371
Hill GH1
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G22United Kingdom Graham Hill1-3
Germany Rolf Stommelen4, 12-13
France François Migault6
Australia Vern Schuppan7
Australia Alan Jones8-11
23Germany Rolf Stommelen1-3
France François Migault4
United Kingdom Graham Hill5
United Kingdom Tony Brise6-14
United Kingdom Hesketh Racing
United Kingdom Warsteiner Brewery
United Kingdom Polar Caravans
Hesketh308A
308B
308C
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G24United Kingdom James HuntAll
25Sweden Torsten Palm5
Austria Harald Ertl11
United States Brett Lunger12-14
32Sweden Torsten Palm7
Austria Harald Ertl12
34Austria Harald Ertl13
United Kingdom Custom Made Harry Stiller RacingHesketh308BFord Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G25Australia Alan Jones4
26Australia Alan Jones5-7
United States Vel's Parnelli Jones RacingParnelliVPJ4Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G27United States Mario Andretti1-5, 7, 9-14
United States Penske CarsPenske
March
PC1
751
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G28United States Mark Donohue1-12
United Kingdom John Watson14
Brazil Copersucar-FittipaldiFittipaldiFD01Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G30Brazil Wilson Fittipaldi1-12, 14
Italy Arturo Merzario13
South Africa Lucky Strike RacingMcLarenM23Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G31South Africa Dave Charlton3
United Kingdom HB Bewaking Team EnsignEnsignN174
N175
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G31Netherlands Roelof Wunderink4-5, 10, 13-14
Netherlands Gijs van Lennep8-9, 11
New Zealand Chris Amon12
32New Zealand Chris Amon13
33Netherlands Roelof Wunderink12
South Africa Lexington RacingTyrrell007Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G32South Africa Ian Scheckter3
United Kingdom Pinch Plant (Ltd)Lyncar006Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G32New Zealand John Nicholson10
South Africa Team GunstonLotus72DFord Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G33South Africa Eddie Keizan3
34South Africa Guy Tunmer3
Japan Maki EngineeringMakiF101BFord Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G35Japan Hiroshi Fushida8, 10
United Kingdom Tony Trimmer11-13

Race-by-Race

Race One: Argentina

The drivers went to Argentina to start the season, and it was Jean-Pierre Jarier in the Shadow who took pole position with the Brabhams of Carlos Pace and Carlos Reutemann second and third on the grid. However, poleman Jarier could not even start the race because his transmission failed on the parade lap. Home hero Reutemann took the led from teammate Pace, with Niki Lauda's Ferrari third.

Pace passed teammate Reutemann to take the lead but then spun off and dropped to seventh. James Hunt in his Hesketh soon overtook Lauda and then Reutemann, much to the chagrin of the crowd. By then, reigning world champion Emerson Fittipaldi in his McLaren was past Lauda and up to third, and soon took Reutemann for second as well. Fittipaldi closed in on Hunt and took the lead with 18 laps left. Pace recovered to fourth after his spin, but it was to no avail as his engine blew up. Fittipaldi started his title defence with a win, Hunt was a superb second, and Reutemann third in front of his home crowd.

Race Two: Brazil

The second round was in Brazil, and Jarier took pole position again with Fittipaldi alongside and Reutemann third. Reutemann, just like in Argentina, took the lead at the start from Jarier and Pace was up to third, whereas home driver Fittipaldi dropped to seventh. Jarier retook the lead from Reutemann on lap 5 and then pulled away. Reutemann struggled with handling issues and dropped well down the order then, with Pace up to second, Clay Regazzoni's Ferrari third and Fittipaldi recovering to fourth. Jarier's engine stopped with seven laps left and Pace took the lead. Regazzoni was up to second but dropped behind Fittipaldi and Jochen Mass in the second McLaren as he too suffered handling issues. Pace took a home victory, with countryman Fittipaldi second and Mass third.

Race Three: South Africa

A month after the Brazilian race, the field went to South Africa and Pace followed up his win with pole, with Reutemann alongside as Braham locked out the front row, and home hero Jody Scheckter was third in the Tyrrell. Pace led at the start, with Scheckter second, and Ronnie Peterson in his Lotus jumped up from eighth to take third. However, the Swede did not have the pace of the front runners and dropped back down the order. Scheckter took the lead from Pace on the third lap, to the delight to the fans. Pace kept second until he struggled with tyres and was passed by Reutemann and the second Tyrrell of Patrick Depailler. Scheckter took an emotional home victory, with Reutemann and Depailler completing the podium.

Race Four: Spain

Nearly two months after the third round, the European season began in Spain. The Grand Prix Drivers Association was not happy with the state of the barriers, which were not bolted properly, and the drivers threatened not to take part. After work was done on the circuit, the drivers decided to race even though most of them thought that the circuit was not safe enough. Reigning world champion and championship leader Emerson Fittipaldi had no intention to race because of the condition of the barriers, and went home on Sunday morning.

The rest of the drivers were there for qualifying, and Ferrari took the front row, with Lauda on pole from Regazzoni, and Hunt third in the Hesketh. There was chaos at the start when Mario Andretti in his Parnelli tapped the car of polesitter Lauda, sending it into the sister car of Regazzoni and knocking both Ferraris out of contention. Hunt gratefully took the lead, and Andretti, whose car was undamaged was second. Hunt led until he crashed after spinning on oil on the track, leaving Andretti leading from John Watson in the Surtees and Rolf Stommelen's Hill. Watson then had to pit with a vibration and the leader Andretti retired after a suspension failure sent him into the guardrail. This promoted Pace to second and Peterson to third, but the Swede retired after colliding with backmarker François Migault while lapping him.

On lap 26, Stommelen's rear wing broke, and the car bounced into the barriers and flew back onto the road, hitting the barrier on the other side but the momentum of the car was enough for it to fly over the barrier where spectators were watching. The car hit some of them, and five spectators were killed, and Stommelen and other spectators were injured. Pace also crashed while trying to avoid the Hill as it bounced back off the road. The race went on for the moment, with Jochen Mass passing Jacky Ickx's Lotus to lead. The organizers stopped the race on lap 30 due to the debris on the track caused my Stommelen's crash. Mass was declared the winner, with Ickx second and Reutemann third. Only half points were awarded as the race was stopped before it had run 75% of its full course.

Race Five: Monaco

After the chaotic Spanish GP, the race at the streets of Monaco was next. Lauda took pole ahead of the Shadow of Tom Pryce, with Pryce's teammate Jarier third. Rain before the race meant that the it was started on a damp track. Lauda took off into the lead and Jarier climbed up to second but crashed on the first lap. Peterson was up to second, and Pryce was third. Pryce spun off after 20 laps, giving third to Scheckter. The field soon pitted for dry weather tyres and this shuffled up the order, with Scheckter dropping back after pitting too late. Fittipaldi was up to second behind Lauda, and Pace jumped up to third. That is how it stayed, with Lauda winning, Fittipaldi second and Pace third.

Race Six: Belgium

The next race took place in Belgium, and Lauda was on pole with Pace with him on the front row, and Vittorio Brambilla in the March a surprising third. It was Pace who got the better of Lauda at the start, to lead into the first corner. Pace was leading from Lauda and Brambilla at the end of the first lap, but Brambilla was on the move, and shocked everyone by overtaking both the front-row starters to lead. But this spurred Lauda into action, and after almost immediately passing Pace, he took the lead from Brambilla on the sixth lap. Scheckter was also on the move and was up to second, after passing Brambilla on lap 9. Brambilla held third until he was forced to pit with tyre troubles. Lauda won, becoming the first driver to take two wins this season, with Scheckter second and Reutemann third.

Race Seven: Sweden

In Sweden, it was Brambilla who took his first career pole, with Depailler second and Jarier third on the grid. The order was unchanged at the start, with Brambilla leading but Reutemann was up to third after three laps. Brambilla continued to lead, whereas second-placed Depailler dropped out of contention with brake problems. Reutemann was up to second, and now took the lead from Brambilla. Brambilla had to pit for new tyres almost immediately. Jarier ran second now, but his engine blew up and this gave the position to Pace until he spun off and retired. Lauda was now second, and towards the end of the race Reutemann began to suffer from oversteer, allowing Lauda to take the lead with 10 laps left. Lauda went on to win, with Reutemann and Regazzoni completing the podium.

Race Eight: Holland

The first race in the second half of the season took place in Holland, and pole went to Lauda as usual, with teammate Regazzoni alongside, and Hunt's Hesketh third. The race started on a damp track and Lauda took the lead, with Scheckter up to second ahead of Regazzoni. The order was unchanged until the drivers had to pit for dry tyres. Hunt and Jarier pitted early, and their gamble paid off as they were first and second, with Lauda, Scheckter and Regazzoni third, fourth and fifth respectively. Lauda passed Jarier for second midway through the race, and started closing on Hunt. Jarier almost immediately retired with a tyre failure, and Scheckter who inherited third had his engine blow up with just 12 laps left. Hunt held off Lauda to take his first career win, with Regazzoni completing the podium.

Race Nine: France

France was host to the 9th round of the season, and it was Lauda on pole ahead of Scheckter and Hunt. The top three maintained their starting positions into the first corner. In the early laps, Regazzoni was on a charge, and got up to second on the sixth lap but his engine blew up and he had to retire. Scheckter soon faded away, giving Hunt second. That was how it ended, with Lauda winning to take a large championship lead, Hunt finishing second and Mass third.

Race Ten: Great Britain

The tenth round was held in Great Britain, and Tom Pryce took a home pole position, with Pace second and championship leader Lauda third. Pace beat Pryce into the first corner, with Regazzoni third ahead of Lauda. After 10 laps, Regazzoni passed Pryce for second, and soon both of them passed Pace. It soon began to rain, and Regazzoni was pulling away until he spun off, hit a barrier and damaged his rear wing. He rejoined two laps down. Pryce now led, but he crashed out as well, two laps later. Scheckter had meanwhile passed both Lauda and Pace, and he was now leading.

Scheckter pitted for wet tyres from the lead, and most drivers followed suit. Hunt (after passing Pace) was the leader from Pace and Emerson Fittipaldi as they had not pitted for dries. Scheckter and Jarier both caught and passed the trio, but the track was drying out, and both had to pit for dries soon after. Hunt began to lose power in his engine, and was passed by Fittipaldi, and then Pace, and even a recovering Scheckter. On lap 56 out of 70, the rain fell again, in a massive shower with the whole field on dries. Nearly all the drivers spun off and crashed, and race was stopped. Only 6 drivers were left (notably Fittipaldi). The race was stopped, and the results were declared on the lap before the storm struck. Fittipaldi was the winner, and Pace and Scheckter, despite crashing out, were given second and third.

The result meant that Fittipaldi closed within 14 points of Lauda with five races left.

Race Eleven: Germany

The drivers had to go to Germany, in the legendary Nordschelife track, for round 11, and as usual Lauda was on pole, and it was Pace also on the front row, and Scheckter third. At the start, Lauda led from Pace, with Depailler getting third from his teammate Scheckter. Depailler was past Pace early on, but by midway through the race, both drivers were out of contention, Pace retiring with a puncture, and Depailler having to pit after a suspension failure. Lauda continued to lead with Regazzoni up to second, until the latter's engine failed. Lauda then suffered a puncture and had to pit, leaving Reutemann to lead from Hunt and Pryce. Hunt was next to retire, with a wheel hub failure, Pryce took second, but only briefly as he had to back off towards the end with fuel-feed troubles. At the front, Reutemann took his first win of the season, with Jacques Laffite's Williams second, and Lauda recovering to third.

Race Twelve: Austria

The Austrian GP had a very large attendance, as Lauda had a chance of getting close to the championship at his home race. Lauda did not disappoint them, as he took pole position, with Hunt second and Fittipaldi third. His chief rival, Reutemann, was only 11th. On one of the warm-up laps, Mark Donohue's March slid off the track after a tyre failure, and hit two marshals. Donohue died two days later, and one of the marshals also died.

It began to rain just before the race started, but it did not deter Lauda, who led from Hunt and Depailler. Depailler soon dropped back, and it was Vittorio Brambilla who was up to third. Lauda also began to struggle as the rain became hevier, and Hunt took the lead and Brambilla second on lap 15. Brambilla went to take the lead from Hunt four laps later when they were lapping a backmarker, whereas Pryce passed Lauda for third. Conditions became so bad that the organizers showed the chequered flag early, with Brambilla the winner (he spun off on the slowing down lap and crashed, and drove around to the pits waving to the fans with a badly damaged car), Hunt second and Pryce completing the podium. Only half points were given, as the race was stopped early, just like in Spain.

Race Thirteen: Italy

The penultimate round was in Italy, and after the cancellation of the Canadian GP, Lauda needed only half a point to be the 1975 world champion. The Ferrari fans were very happy as their team locked out the front row, with Lauda on pole from Regazzoni, and Fittipaldi third. Regazzoni took the lead at the start, with Lauda and Mass following. Soon Reutemann was up to third, but he needed to win to keep any faint hopes alive. However, he was passed by Fittipaldi, and towards the end, Lauda backed off and let Fittipaldi through. It was Regazzoni who won the race, with Fittipaldi second, and Lauda's third was enough to seal the championship.

Race Fourteen: United States

The final round took place in the US, and it was no surprise that new World Champion Lauda took pole again, with Fittipaldi alongside and Reutemann third. Lauda led into the first corner from Fittipaldi, and it was Jarier in third. Lauda and Fittipaldi drove away from the rest of the field, whereas Jarier retired with a wheel failure one-third into the race. This left Hunt in third, but Mass had other ideas and took the place midway through the race. Lauda went on to win, his fifth of the season, as he signed off in style, with Fittipaldi close behind in second, and Mass also on the podium.

Season review

Rnd↓Race↓Date↓Location↓Pole Position↓Fastest Lap↓Race Winner↓Constructor↓Report↓
1Argentina Argentine Grand PrixJanuary 12Oscar GálvezFrance Jean-Pierre JarierUnited Kingdom James HuntBrazil Emerson FittipaldiUnited Kingdom McLaren-FordReport
2Brazil Brazilian Grand PrixJanuary 26InterlagosFrance Jean-Pierre JarierFrance Jean-Pierre JarierBrazil Carlos PaceUnited Kingdom Brabham-FordReport
3South Africa South African Grand PrixMarch 1KyalamiBrazil Carlos PaceBrazil Carlos PaceSouth Africa Jody ScheckterUnited Kingdom Tyrrell-FordReport
4Spain Spanish Grand PrixApril 27MontjuïcAustria Niki LaudaUnited States Mario AndrettiGermany Jochen MassUnited Kingdom McLaren-FordReport
5Monaco Monaco Grand PrixMay 11MonacoAustria Niki LaudaFrance Patrick DepaillerAustria Niki LaudaItaly FerrariReport
6Belgium Belgian Grand PrixMay 25ZolderAustria Niki LaudaSwitzerland Clay RegazzoniAustria Niki LaudaItaly FerrariReport
7Sweden Swedish Grand PrixJune 8Scandinavian RacewayItaly Vittorio BrambillaAustria Niki LaudaAustria Niki LaudaItaly FerrariReport
8Netherlands Dutch Grand PrixJune 22ZandvoortAustria Niki LaudaAustria Niki LaudaUnited Kingdom James HuntUnited Kingdom Hesketh-FordReport
9France French Grand PrixJuly 6Paul RicardAustria Niki LaudaGermany Jochen MassAustria Niki LaudaItaly FerrariReport
10United Kingdom British Grand PrixJuly 19SilverstoneUnited Kingdom Tom PryceSwitzerland Clay RegazzoniBrazil Emerson FittipaldiUnited Kingdom McLaren-FordReport
11Germany German Grand PrixAugust 3NürburgringAustria Niki LaudaSwitzerland Clay RegazzoniArgentina Carlos ReutemannUnited Kingdom Brabham-FordReport
12Austria Austrian Grand PrixAugust 17ÖsterreichringAustria Niki LaudaItaly Vittorio BrambillaItaly Vittorio BrambillaUnited Kingdom March-FordReport
13Italy Italian Grand PrixSeptember 7MonzaAustria Niki LaudaSwitzerland Clay RegazzoniSwitzerland Clay RegazzoniItaly FerrariReport
14United States United States Grand PrixOctober 5Watkins GlenAustria Niki LaudaBrazil Emerson FittipaldiAustria Niki LaudaItaly FerrariReport

1975 World Championship of F1 Drivers - final standings

PosDriverARG
Argentina
BRA
Brazil
RSA
South Africa
ESP
Spain
MON
Monaco
BEL
Belgium
SWE
Sweden
NED
Netherlands
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
AUT
Austria
ITA
Italy
USA
United States
Pts
1Austria Niki Lauda655Ret111218363164.5
2Brazil Emerson Fittipaldi12NCDNS278Ret41Ret92245
3Argentina Carlos Reutemann3823932414Ret1144Ret37
4United Kingdom James Hunt26RetRetRetRetRet124Ret25433
5Switzerland Clay Regazzoni4416NCRet533Ret13Ret71Ret25
6Brazil Carlos PaceRet14Ret38Ret5Ret2RetRetRetRet24
7South Africa Jody Scheckter11Ret1Ret7271693Ret88620
8Germany Jochen Mass143616RetRetRet37Ret4Ret320
9France Patrick Depailler5Ret3Ret54129699117Ret12
10United Kingdom Tom Pryce12Ret9RetRet6Ret6RetRet436NC8
11Italy Vittorio Brambilla9RetRet5RetRetRetRetRet6Ret1Ret76.5
12France Jacques LaffiteRet11NC
DNQRet
Ret11Ret2RetRetRet6
13Sweden Ronnie PetersonRet1510Ret4Ret91510RetRet5Ret56
14United States Mario AndrettiRet717RetRet
4
51210RetRetRet5
15United States Mark Donohue7Ret8RetRet1158Ret5RetDNS

4
16Belgium Jacky Ickx891228Ret15RetRet




3
17Australia Alan Jones


RetRetRet111316105


2
18France Jean-Pierre JarierDNSRetRet4RetRetRetRet814RetRetRetRet1.5
19United Kingdom Tony Brise


7
Ret67715Ret15RetRet1
20Netherlands Gijs van Lennep






1015
6


1
21Italy Lella Lombardi

Ret6DNQRetRet1418Ret717RetDNS0.5
Germany Rolf Stommelen13147Ret






16Ret
0
United Kingdom John WatsonDSQ10Ret8Ret1016Ret1311Ret10
90
Austria Harald Ertl









8Ret9
0
Germany Hans Joachim Stuck








RetRetRetRet80
United Kingdom Bob Evans

15RetDNQ913Ret17

RetRet
0
Brazil Wilson FittipaldiRet13DNQRetDNQ121711Ret19RetDNQ
100
United Kingdom Graham Hill1012DNQ
DNQ








0
United States Brett Lunger










1310Ret0
Sweden Torsten Palm



DNQ
10






0
Italy Arturo MerzarioNCRetRetRetDNQRet





11
0
South Africa Guy Tunmer

11










0
New Zealand Chris Amon










1212
0
South Africa Ian Scheckter

Ret


Ret12





0
France Jean-Pierre Jabouille







12




0
United Kingdom Jim Crawford








Ret

13
0
South Africa Eddie Keizan

13










0
South Africa Dave Charlton

14










0
United Kingdom Damien Magee





14






0
Italy Renzo Zorzi











14
0
United Kingdom Brian Henton








16
DNS
NC0
New Zealand John Nicholson








17



0
United Kingdom Dave Morgan








18



0
Netherlands Roelof Wunderink


RetDNQ



DNQ
NCDNQRet0
France François Migault


NC
Ret

DNS




0
United Kingdom Mike WildsRetRet











0
Australia Vern Schuppan





Ret






0
United Kingdom Ian Ashley









DNS


0
Switzerland Jo Vonlanthen










Ret

0
France Michel Leclère












Ret0
Japan Hiroshi Fushida






DNS
DNQ



0
United Kingdom Tony Trimmer









DNQDNQDNQ
0
PosDriverARG
Argentina
BRA
Brazil
RSA
South Africa
ESP
Spain
MON
Monaco
BEL
Belgium
SWE
Sweden
NED
Netherlands
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
AUT
Austria
ITA
Italy
USA
United States
Pts
Key
ColourResult
GoldWinner
Silver2nd place
Bronze3rd place
GreenPoints finish
BlueNon-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
PurpleDid not finish (Ret)
RedDid not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
BlackDisqualified (DSQ)
WhiteDid not start (DNS)
Race cancelled (C)
Light bluePracticed only (PO)
Friday test driver (TD)
(from 2003 onwards)
BlankDid not practice (DNP)
Excluded (EX)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Withdrew entry before the event (WD)

1975 International Cup for F1 Manufacturers - final standings

Ferrari won the 1975 International Cup for F1 Manufacturers with the 312B3 and the 312T (pictured)
PosConstructorARG
Argentina
BRA
Brazil
RSA
South Africa
ESP
Spain
MON
Monaco
BEL
Belgium
SWE
Sweden
NED
Netherlands
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
AUT
Austria
ITA
Italy
USA
United States
Pts[4]
1Italy Ferrari445NC111218361172.5
2United Kingdom Brabham-Ford312333241421144Ret54 (56)
3United Kingdom McLaren-Ford1261278Ret31Ret42253
4United Kingdom Hesketh-Ford26RetRetRetRet10124825433
5United Kingdom Tyrrell-Ford5Ret1Ret527963987625
6United Kingdom Shadow-Ford12Ret94Ret6Ret6814436NC9.5
7United Kingdom Lotus-Ford891024Ret9151016Ret51359
8United Kingdom March-Ford9RetRet5RetRetRet1418571Ret77.5
9United Kingdom Williams-FordNC11NC7DNQRet141211Ret2Ret14DNS6
10United States Parnelli-FordRet717RetRet
4
51210RetRetRet5
11United Kingdom Hill-Ford


NCDNQRet67710515RetRet3
12United States Penske-Ford7Ret8RetRet1158Ret



92
13United Kingdom Ensign-Ford



DNQWDWD1015DNQ61212Ret1
United Kingdom Surtees-FordDSQ10Ret8Ret1016Ret1311
10

0
United Kingdom BRMRetRet15RetDNQ913Ret17WDWDRetRet
0
Brazil Fittipaldi-FordRet13DNSRetDNQ121711Ret19RetDNS11100
United Kingdom Lola-Ford10127
WD








0
United Kingdom Lyncar-Ford








17



0
United Kingdom Shadow-Matra










RetRet
0
Japan Maki-Ford






DNS
DNQDNQDNQDNQ
0
PosConstructorARG
Argentina
BRA
Brazil
RSA
South Africa
ESP
Spain
MON
Monaco
BEL
Belgium
SWE
Sweden
NED
Netherlands
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
Germany
AUT
Austria
ITA
Italy
USA
United States
Pts
  • Bold results counted to championship.
  • ‡ Half points awarded.

Non-Championship race results

Other Formula One races were also held in 1975, which did not count towards the World Championship.

Race NameCircuitDateWinning driverConstructorReport
United Kingdom X Race of ChampionsBrands HatchMarch 16United Kingdom Tom PryceUnited Kingdom Shadow-CosworthReport
United Kingdom XXVII BRDC International TrophySilverstoneApril 13Austria Niki LaudaItaly FerrariReport
France XV Swiss Grand PrixDijon-PrenoisAugust 24Switzerland Clay RegazzoniItaly FerrariReport

South African Formula One Championship

Race NameCircuitDateWinning driverConstructorReport
South Africa Cape South Easter TrophyKillarneyFebruary 8South Africa Dave CharltonUnited Kingdom McLaren-CosworthReport
South Africa Goldfields 100GoldfieldsMarch 22South Africa Ian ScheckterUnited Kingdom Tyrrell-CosworthReport
South Africa Natal Mercury 100Roy HeskethMarch 29South Africa Ian ScheckterUnited Kingdom Tyrrell-CosworthReport
South Africa Brandkop Winter TrophyBrandkopMay 3South Africa Ian ScheckterUnited Kingdom Tyrrell-CosworthReport
South Africa South African Republic TrophyKyalamiMay 31South Africa Ian ScheckterUnited Kingdom Tyrrell-CosworthReport
South Africa False Bay 100KillarneyJuly 5South Africa Guy TunmerUnited Kingdom Lotus-CosworthReport
South Africa Rand Winter TrophyKyalamiJuly 26South Africa Ian ScheckterUnited Kingdom Tyrrell-CosworthReport
South Africa Natal Spring TrophyRoy HeskethSeptember 1South Africa Dave CharltonUnited Kingdom McLaren-CosworthReport
South Africa Rand Spring TrophyKyalamiOctober 4South Africa Ian ScheckterUnited Kingdom Tyrrell-CosworthReport

 


   
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