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JODY SCHECKTER - FERRARI

F1 WORLD CHAMPION 1979



THE ENTIRE 1979 F1 FORMULA ONE GRAND PRIX SEASON ON DVD
FULL SEASON/FULL RACES ON DVD



2 OPTIONS - FULL RACES OR HIGHLIGHTS

OPTION 1

12 FULL RACES/3 HIGHLIGHTS BOXSET

ROUND 1 ARGENTINA FULL RACE

ROUND 2 BRAZIL FULL RACE

ROUND 3 STH AFRICA FULL RACE

ROUND 4 U.S.A FULL RACE

ROUND 5 SPAIN FULL RACE

ROUND 6 BELGIUM FULL RACE

ROUND 7 MONACO FULL RACE

ROUND 8 FRANCE FULL RACE

ROUND 9 BRITAIN FULL RACE

ROUND 10 GERMANY FULL RACE

ROUND 11 AUSTRIA (HIGHLIGHTS 30 MINS)

                                                               ROUND 12 HOLLAND FULL RACE

                                                                 ROUND 13 ITALY FULL RACE

ROUND 14 CANADA (HIGHLIGHTS 32 MINS)

                                                          ROUND 15 U.S.A (HIGHLIGHTS 30 MINS)



OPTION 2

15 RACE HIGHLIGHTS BOXSET


1979 (4 dvd's boxset) (extended highlights all races)
BBC/ MURRAY WALKER

A fantastic 1979 F1 season 4 dvd boxset featuring extended race highlights

commentator is Murray Walker-BBC

Race times are as follows

1979
Argentina 46 mins
Brazil 46 mins
Sth Africa 39 mins
USA - Long Beach 27 mins
Spain 33 mins
Belgium 50 mins
Monaco 29 mins
France 30 mins
Great britain 28 mins
Germany 29 mins
Austria 30 mins
Netherlands 37 mins
Italy 26 mins
Canada 32 mins
USA -Watkins Glen 30 mins







1979 Formula One season





The 1979 Formula One season was the 30th season of FIA Formula One motor racing. It featured the 1979 World Championship of F1 Drivers  and the 1979 International Cup for F1 Constructors  which were contested concurrently over a fifteen round series which commenced on January 21, 1979, and ended on October 7. The season also included three non-championship Formula One races.

Contents

Drivers and constructors

Jody Scheckter won the driver's championship, driving for Ferrari
Canadian Gilles Villeneuve placed second in the 1979 World Championship of F1 Drivers behind Ferrari teammate Jody Scheckter

The following drivers and constructors contested the 1979 World Championship of F1 Drivers and the 1979 International Cup for F1 Constructors.

EntrantConstructorChassisEngineTyresNoDriverRounds
United Kingdom Martini Racing Team LotusLotus79
80
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G1United States Mario AndrettiAll
2Argentina Carlos ReutemannAll
United Kingdom Team Tyrrell
United Kingdom Candy Team Tyrrell
Tyrrell009Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G3France Didier PironiAll
4France Jean-Pierre Jarier1-9, 12-15
United Kingdom Geoff Lees10
Republic of Ireland Derek Daly11
33Republic of Ireland Derek Daly14-15
United Kingdom Parmalat Racing TeamBrabhamBT46
BT48
BT49
Alfa Romeo 115-12 3.0 F12
Alfa Romeo 1260 3.0 V12
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
G5Austria Niki Lauda1-13
Argentina Ricardo Zunino14-15
6Brazil Nelson PiquetAll
United Kingdom Marlboro Team McLarenMcLarenM26
M28
M28B
M28C
M29
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G7United Kingdom John WatsonAll
8France Patrick TambayAll
Germany ATS WheelsATSD2
D3
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G9Germany Hans-Joachim StuckAll
Italy Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFACFerrari312T3
312T4
312T4B
Ferrari 015 3.0 F12M11South Africa Jody ScheckterAll
12Canada Gilles VilleneuveAll
Brazil Fittipaldi AutomotiveFittipaldi [3]F5A
F6
F6A
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G14Brazil Emerson FittipaldiAll
19Brazil Alex Ribeiro14-15
France Equipe Renault ElfRenaultRS01
RS10
Renault-Gordini EF1 1.5 V6tM15France Jean-Pierre JabouilleAll
16France René ArnouxAll
United Kingdom Samson Shadow Racing Team
United Kingdom Interscope Shadow Racing Team
ShadowDN9Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G17Netherlands Jan LammersAll
18Italy Elio de AngelisAll
Canada Olympus Cameras Wolf RacingWolfWR7-9Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G20United Kingdom James Hunt1-7
Finland Keke Rosberg8-15
United Kingdom Team EnsignEnsignN177
N179
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G22Republic of Ireland Derek Daly1-7
France Patrick Gaillard8-12
Switzerland Marc Surer13-15
Italy Team MerzarioMerzarioA1B
A2
A4
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G24Italy Arturo Merzario1-6, 8-15
Italy Gianfranco Brancatelli7
France Ligier GitanesLigierJS11Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G25France Patrick Depailler1-7
Belgium Jacky Ickx8-15
26France Jacques LaffiteAll
United Kingdom Albilad-Saudia Racing TeamWilliamsFW06
FW07
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G27Australia Alan JonesAll
28Switzerland Clay RegazzoniAll
United Kingdom Warsteiner Arrows Racing TeamArrowsA1B
A2
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G29Italy Riccardo PatreseAll
30Germany Jochen MassAll
Mexico Team RebaqueLotus
Rebaque
79
HR100
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G31Mexico Héctor Rebaque1-6, 8-15
Italy AutodeltaAlfa Romeo177
179
Alfa Romeo 115-12 3.0 F12
Alfa Romeo 1260 3.0 V12
G35Italy Bruno Giacomelli6, 8, 13, 15
36Italy Vittorio Brambilla13-15
Germany Willi Kauhsen Racing TeamKauhsenWKFord Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8G36Italy Gianfranco Brancatelli5-6

Race-by-Race

Race One: Argentina

Like in previous years, the opening race of the season was in Argentina. Most people expected the Lotus cars driven by defending champion Mario Andretti, and his new teammate Carlos Reutemann to dominate but, to many people's suprise, it was the Ligier team that dominated qualifying, with Jacques Laffite on pole ahead of Patrick Depailler, leaving Reutemann to qualify third. Laffite led at the start with Depailler following, but the two men starting on the third row, John Watson in the McLaren collided with Jody Scheckter's Ferrari creating chaos behind. Four other cars were collected and race was red-flagged, and none were injured.

The race restarted after the mess was cleared, and this time Depailler set off into the lead with Jean-Pierre Jarier's Tyrrell and Watson (in his spare car) following him. But soon Laffite was up to second, and a few laps later he took the lead from Depailler. The Ligiers drove away, whereas Jarier struggled and dropped down the order with engine troubles, leaving Watson third before he was passed a recovering Reutemann. Laffite went on and won comfortably, but teammate Depailler suffered a misfire and dropped to fourth, leaving Reutemann second and Watson third.

Race Two: Brazil

The drivers stayed in South America for the second round which was held in Brazil, and the Ligiers were in top form again, Laffite taking pole comfortably with Depailler alongside, with the Lotuses led by Reutemann on the second row. This time, Laffite was able to lead right from the first corner with Reutemann taking second from Depailler, but Depailler regained the place soon after and Andretti also passed his teammate to take third. Andretti however soon retired with a misfire, and so Reutemann was back in third. Laffite dominated the race and again won easily, with Depailler making it a 1-2 for Ligier and Reutemann cimpleting the podium.

Race Three: South Africa

There was a six-week break before the race in South Africa. In the high-altitude circuit, Jean-Pierre Jabouille took pole in the turbocharged Renault and home hero Jody Scheckter put his Ferrari second on grid, just in front of teammate Gilles Villeneuve, and the Ligiers were only on the third row. Jabouille led at the start with Villeneuve and Scheckter following, but Villeneuve took the lead on second lap before the race was stopped by a rainshower.

When the race restarted, most drivers were on wets, but Scheckter and a few others opted for slicks. Villeneuve led at the restart and built up a gap, but the track dried and he had to pit for slicks along with most of the field. This left Scheckter leading comfortably, and he looked well set for a home win until he had to pit for new tyres, handing the lead back to Villeneuve and in behind, Patrick Tambay briefly ran third in his McLaren, until he was passed by Jarier. It was Villeneuve who won the race with Scheckter close behind, and Jarier taking the final spot on the podium.

Race Four: United States West

One month after the South Africa race, the field went to the Long Beach circuit in the US. Qualifying saw Villeneuve taking his first career pole position with Reutemann alongside him on the front row ahead of Scheckter. Before the race started, Reutemann suffered an electrical failure and had to start from the pits. After a string of failed attempts to start the race due to different reasons, the race finally started with Villeneuve leading Depailler and Scheckter, but soon Jarier was up to second. As Villeneuve set about building a gap, Jarier and Depailler battled for second but Scheckter passed both of them mid-race. Towards the end, Jarier began to drop back rapidly with a vibration, so Depailler finally got third but not for long as Alan Jones's Williams was past him. That was how the race finishing, Villeneuve winning ahead of Scheckter in another Ferrari 1-2, and Jones giving the Williams team their second ever podium with third.

Race Five: Spain

After another long break, this time for three weeks, the Spanish GP took place and here the Ligiers struck back at Ferrari, with Laffite on pole again with Depailler ensuring a front-row lockout leaving Villeneuve third. At the start, Depailler took the lead from Laffite, and Reutemann who has a brilliant start was up to third ahead of Villeneuve. The Ligers ran 1-2 comfortably until Laffite's engine blew up, leaving Reutemann second, and Andretti third after Villeneuve spun attempting to pass Reutemann. With his teammate out, Depailler was able to cruise to victory ahead of Reutemann and Andretti who ensured a double podium for Lotus.

Race Six: Belgium

The sixth race of the season was in Belgium, where Laffite surprised no one with pole, and Depailler surprised no one with second, but Nelson Piquet surprised many by qualifying his Brabham third. Once again, it was Depailler who got the best start, and led with Jones up to second ahead of Piquet with Laffite dropping down to fourth. In the early stages, Laffite was on the charge, as he passed first Piquet, then Jones and finally Depailler as he took the lead. As the race progressed, the Ligiers suffered from tyre trouble and so Jones took the lead until he retired with an electrical failure which handed the lead back to Depailler (who had repassed Laffite) until he crashed out, so Laffite inherited the lead until he was passed by Scheckter. Scheckter went on and took his first win for Ferrari ahead of Laffite, with Didier Pironi completing the podium in his Tyrrell.

Race Seven: Monaco

The next race was the illustrious Monaco GP, and in qualifying, it was Scheckter who was on pole with teammate Villeneuve alongside, restricting Depailler to the second row. At the start, Scheckter kept the lead with double world champion Niki Lauda featuring at the front for the first time this year by jumping up to second ahead of Villeneuve, but it took only 3 laps for Villeneuve to get past and follow his teammate in driving away from the field.

Lauda kept third until Pironi tried to pass him, which resulted in a collision and both retiring. This put Jones up to third until he retired with steering troubles which brielfy handed the place to Arrows driver Jochen Mass, but soon Jones's Wiliams teammate, Clay Regazzoni took the place, which became second when Villeneuve retired with a transmission failure. With Villeneuve out, Scheckter had no more challengers to his lead and won comfortably, with Regazzoni finishing second and Reutemann taking third.

Race Eight: France

With the Swedish GP cancelled due to a lack of funding, it was the French GP that was next up. The home fans did get an all-French front row, but instead of the usual Ligiers, it were the two turbocharged Renaults who were in dominant form, Jean-Pierre Jabouille on pole ahead of René Arnoux and Villeneuve. At the start, Villeneuve beat Jabouille into the first corner, with Scheckter third after Arnoux had a bad start. As the front two began to drive away from the field, Arnoux began a charge up the order, and by mid-race he was back in third. In the second half of the race, the two Renaults found another gear, and Jabouille drove past Villeneuve to take the lead, and Arnoux began to close him down and caught him with four laps left. Jabouille won much to the happiness of the fans, and they received much more entertainment behind as Villeneuve and Arnoux battled for second for four laps, banging wheels repeatedly, and ultimately it was Villeneuve who prevailed.

Race Nine: Great Britain

The second half of the year started in Britain, and now the Williams had found new speed, and Jones qualified it on pole ahead of Jabouille who was continuing his good form with Nelson Piquet again qualifying his Brabham third. Jones led into the first corner ahead of Jabouille, with Regazzoni up to third. The front three ran in the same order until Jabouille ran into tyre trouble and had to pit, leaving Regazzoni second and Arnoux third. Jones looked set to win but he had to retire with an overheating engine, so Regazzoni took the lead and went on to win, giving the Williams team their first ever F1 victory, with Arnoux second and Jean-Pierre Jarier third.

Race Ten: Germany

The tenth race of the year was held in Germany, and on the fast track, Jabouille took pole with Jones completing the front row, and Laffite next up. Jones got the jump on Jabouille at the start, which Scheckter briefly up to third until Laffite regained back the place. Jones held off intense pressure from Jabouille in the early stages of the race, until the latter tried too hard and spun off giving second to Laffite and third to Regazzoni. Regazzoni was soon past Laffite, and the two Williams cars dominated the rest of race, with Jones getting his first win of the season and Regazzoni completing the 1-2 leaving Laffite to take the final spot on the podium.

Season review

The following races counted towards the 1979 World Championship of F1 Drivers and the 1979 International Cup for F1 Constructors.

Rnd↓Race↓Date↓Location↓Pole Position↓Fastest Lap↓Race Winner↓Constructor↓
1Argentina Argentine Grand PrixJanuary 21Oscar GálvezFrance Jacques LaffiteFrance Jacques LaffiteFrance Jacques LaffiteFrance Ligier-Ford
2Brazil Brazilian Grand PrixFebruary 4InterlagosFrance Jacques LaffiteFrance Jacques LaffiteFrance Jacques LaffiteFrance Ligier-Ford
3South Africa South African Grand PrixMarch 3KyalamiFrance Jean-Pierre JabouilleCanada Gilles VilleneuveCanada Gilles VilleneuveItaly Ferrari
4United States United States Grand Prix WestApril 8Long BeachCanada Gilles VilleneuveCanada Gilles VilleneuveCanada Gilles VilleneuveItaly Ferrari
5Spain Spanish Grand PrixApril 29JaramaFrance Jacques LaffiteCanada Gilles VilleneuveFrance Patrick DepaillerFrance Ligier-Ford
6Belgium Belgian Grand PrixMay 13ZolderFrance Jacques LaffiteCanada Gilles VilleneuveSouth Africa Jody ScheckterItaly Ferrari
7Monaco Monaco Grand PrixMay 27MonacoSouth Africa Jody ScheckterFrance Patrick DepaillerSouth Africa Jody ScheckterItaly Ferrari
8France French Grand PrixJuly 1Dijon-PrenoisFrance Jean-Pierre JabouilleFrance René ArnouxFrance Jean-Pierre JabouilleFrance Renault
9United Kingdom British Grand PrixJuly 14SilverstoneAustralia Alan JonesSwitzerland Clay RegazzoniSwitzerland Clay RegazzoniUnited Kingdom Williams-Ford
10West Germany German Grand PrixJuly 29HockenheimringFrance Jean-Pierre JabouilleCanada Gilles VilleneuveAustralia Alan JonesUnited Kingdom Williams-Ford
11Austria Austrian Grand PrixAugust 12ÖsterreichringFrance René ArnouxFrance René ArnouxAustralia Alan JonesUnited Kingdom Williams-Ford
12Netherlands Dutch Grand PrixAugust 26ZandvoortFrance René ArnouxCanada Gilles VilleneuveAustralia Alan JonesUnited Kingdom Williams-Ford
13Italy Italian Grand PrixSeptember 9MonzaFrance Jean-Pierre JabouilleSwitzerland Clay RegazzoniSouth Africa Jody ScheckterItaly Ferrari
14Canada Canadian Grand PrixSeptember 30Circuit Île Notre-DameAustralia Alan JonesAustralia Alan JonesAustralia Alan JonesUnited Kingdom Williams-Ford
15United States United States Grand PrixOctober 7Watkins GlenAustralia Alan JonesBrazil Nelson PiquetCanada Gilles VilleneuveItaly Ferrari

-The Swedish Grand Prix was supposed to be held at Anderstorp between the Monaco and French Grands Prix, but because of Swedish drivers Ronnie Peterson and Gunnar Nilsson's deaths in 1978, Swedish enthusiasm for the sport faded and as a result, there was no money for the race to be held.

1979 World Championship of F1 Drivers - final standings

PosDriverARG
Argentina
BRA
Brazil
RSA
South Africa
USW
United States
ESP
Spain
BEL
Belgium
MON
Monaco
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
West Germany
AUT
Austria
NED
Netherlands
ITA
Italy
CAN
Canada
USE
United States
Pts
1South Africa Jody ScheckterRet6224117544214Ret51 (60)
2Canada Gilles VilleneuveRet51177Ret21482Ret22147 (53)
3Australia Alan Jones9RetRet3RetRetRet4Ret11191Ret40 (43)
4France Jacques Laffite11RetRetRet2Ret8Ret333RetRetRet36
5Switzerland Clay Regazzoni10159RetRetRet26125Ret33Ret29 (32)
6Argentina Carlos Reutemann235Ret243138RetRetRet7RetRet20 (25)
7France Patrick Depailler42Ret51Ret5







20 (22)
8France René ArnouxRetRetRetDNS9RetRet32Ret6RetRetRet217
9United Kingdom John Watson38RetRetRet6411459RetRet6615
10France Didier PironiRet4RetDSQ63RetRet1097Ret105314
11France Jean-Pierre JarierRetRet36511Ret53

Ret6RetRet14
12United States Mario Andretti5Ret443RetRetRetRetRetRetRet510Ret14
13France Jean-Pierre JabouilleRet10RetDNSRetRetNC1RetRetRetRet14RetRet9
14Austria Niki LaudaRetRet6RetRetRetRetRetRetRetRetRet4

4
15Italy Elio de Angelis712Ret7RetRetDNQ161211RetRetRetRet43
16Brazil Nelson PiquetRetRet78RetRetRetRetRet12Ret4RetRetRet3
17Belgium Jacky Ickx






Ret6RetRet5RetRetRet3
18West Germany Jochen Mass871298Ret615Ret6Ret6RetDNQDNQ3
19Italy Riccardo PatreseRet911Ret105Ret14RetRetRetRet13RetRet2
20West Germany Hans Joachim StuckDNSRetRetDSQ148RetDNSDNQRetRetRet11Ret52
21Brazil Emerson Fittipaldi61113Ret119RetRetRetRetRetRet8871
Mexico Hector RebaqueRetDNQRetRetRetRet
129RetDNQ7DNQRetDNQ0
France Patrick TambayRetRet10Ret13DNQDNQ107Ret10RetRetRetRet0
Argentina Ricardo Zunino












7Ret0
United Kingdom Geoff Lees








7




0
Republic of Ireland Derek Daly1113DNQRetDNQDNQDNQ


8

RetRet0
United Kingdom James HuntRetRet8RetRetRetRet







0
Netherlands Jan LammersRet14RetRet1210DNQ181110RetRetDNQ9DNQ0
Finland Keke Rosberg






9RetRetRetRetRetDNQRet0
Italy Vittorio Brambilla











12RetDNQ0
France Patrick Gaillard






DNQ13DNQRetDNQ


0
Italy Bruno Giacomelli




Ret
17



Ret
Ret0
Italy Arturo MerzarioRetDNQDNQRetDNQDNQ
DNQDNQDNQDNQDNQDNQDNQDNQ0
Switzerland Marc Surer











DNQDNQRet0
Italy Gianfranco Brancatelli



DNQDNQDNPQ







0
Brazil Alex Ribeiro












DNQDNQ0
PosDriverARG
Argentina
BRA
Brazil
RSA
South Africa
USW
United States
ESP
Spain
BEL
Belgium
MON
Monaco
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
West Germany
AUT
Austria
NED
Netherlands
ITA
Italy
CAN
Canada
USE
United States
Pts

Here bold indicates a pole position while italic indicates a fastest lap.

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)

1979 International Cup for F1 Constructors - final standings

PosConstructorCar
no.
ARG
Argentina
BRA
Brazil
RSA
South Africa
USW
United States
ESP
Spain
BEL
Belgium
MON
Monaco
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
West Germany
AUT
Austria
NED
Netherlands
ITA
Italy
CAN
Canada
USE
United States
Pts
1Italy Ferrari11Ret6224117544214Ret113
12Ret51177Ret21482Ret221
2United Kingdom Williams-Ford279RetRet3RetRetRet4Ret11191Ret75
2810159RetRetRet26125Ret33Ret
3France Ligier-Ford2542Ret51Ret5Ret6RetRet5RetRetRet61
2611RetRetRet2Ret8Ret333RetRetRet
4United Kingdom Lotus-Ford15Ret443RetRetRetRetRetRetRet510Ret39
2235Ret243138RetRetRet7RetRet
31RetDNQRetRetRetRet
129RetDNQ7


5United Kingdom Tyrrell-Ford3Ret4RetDSQ63RetRet1097Ret105328
4RetRet36511Ret5378Ret6RetRet
33












RetRet
6France Renault15Ret10RetDNSRetRetNC1RetRetRetRet14RetRet26
16RetRetRetDNS9RetRet32Ret6RetRetRet2
7United Kingdom McLaren-Ford738RetRetRet6411459RetRet6615
8RetRet10Ret13DNQDNQ107Ret10RetRetRetRet
8United Kingdom Brabham-Alfa Romeo5RetRet6RetRetRetRetRetRetRetRetRet4

7
6RetRet78RetRetRetRetRet12Ret4Ret

9United Kingdom Arrows-Ford29Ret911Ret105Ret14RetRetRetRet13RetRet5
30871298Ret615Ret6Ret6RetDNQDNQ
10United Kingdom Shadow-Ford17Ret14RetRet1210DNQ181110RetRetDNQ9DNQ3
18712Ret7RetRetDNQ161211RetRetRetRet4
11Germany ATS-Ford9DNSRetRetDSQ148RetDNSDNQRetRetRet11Ret52
12Brazil Fittipaldi-Ford [3]1461113Ret119RetRetRetRetRetRet8871
19












DNQDNQ
United Kingdom Brabham-Ford5












7Ret0
6












RetRet
Canada Wolf-Ford20RetRet8RetRetRetRet9RetRetRetRetRetDNQRet0
United Kingdom Ensign-Ford221113DNQRetDNQDNQDNQDNQ13DNQRetDNQDNQDNQRet0
Italy Alfa Romeo35




Ret
17



Ret
Ret0
36











12RetDNQ
Italy Merzario-Ford24RetDNQDNQRetDNQDNQDNPQDNQDNQDNQDNQDNQDNQDNQDNQ0
Mexico Rebaque-Ford31











DNQRetDNQ0
Germany Kauhsen-Ford36



DNQDNQ








0
PosConstructorCar
no.
ARG
Argentina
BRA
Brazil
RSA
South Africa
USW
United States
ESP
Spain
BEL
Belgium
MON
Monaco
FRA
France
GBR
United Kingdom
GER
West Germany
AUT
Austria
NED
Netherlands
ITA
Italy
CAN
Canada
USE
United States
Pts

Non-Championship race results

Other Formula One races were also held in 1979, which did not count towards the World Championship.

Race NameCircuitDateWinning driverConstructor
United Kingdom Marlboro / Daily Mail Race of ChampionsBrands HatchApril 15Canada Gilles VilleneuveItaly Ferrari
United Kingdom Gunnar Nilsson Memorial TrophyDonington ParkJune 3Australia Alan JonesUnited Kingdom Williams-Cosworth
Italy Dino Ferrari Grand PrixImolaSeptember 16Austria Niki LaudaUnited Kingdom Brabham-Alfa Romeo







































































































































































 

















































































































 





















































































































































































 




























   
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