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  • ...or Ferrari to receive any cars at all. Despite the quality of the Scuderia drivers the company won few victories (1935 in Germany by Nuvolari was an exception ...r than in Grand Prix, certainly the company was more involed there than in Formula One during the [[1950s]] and [[1960s]] despite the successes of [[Juan-Manu
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  • Drivers = 5. [[Michael Schumacher]] <br /> 6. [[Felipe Massa]] | ...'s racing division has recently devoted its attention and funding to its [[Formula One]] team, '''Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro'''.
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  • |Drivers || 20. [[Christijan Albers]]<br>21. [[Robert Doornbos]] |Test drivers || [[Chanoch Nissany]]
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  • |BF1 Years || [[1978 British Formula One season|1978]] ...card]] circuit at [[Le Castellet]] in 1986. He is sometimes referred to as Formula One's "last gentleman player," and although he was probably not the most ta
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  • ...in order to finish or, sometimes, less dramatic scenes where damaged car's drivers are confident enough in the ability of the engine to start again and simply Nowadays, each car has a team of three drivers. Before [[1970]] only two drivers per car were allowed, and even solo driving was permitted in the early deca
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  • |Competitors:||[[Audi A4]]<br>[[BMW 3 Series]]<br>[[Citroën Xantia]]<br>[[Ford Mondeo]]<br>[[Mercedes-Benz C-Class]] ...n was the "Silverstone" edition released in the UK which was known as the "Formula" in [[Europe]]: this was released as a homologation exercise to allow Alfa
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  • {{Formula One}} ...have competed or plan to compete in the [[Formula One#Distinction between Formula One and World Championship races|FIA World Championship]].
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  • | Record class || [[Formula Holden]] ...[V8 Supercar Championships|V8 Supercar Championship Series]], [[Australian Drivers' Championship]] and [[Australian Sports Sedan Championship]]. The [[Austral
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  • ...lian Grand Prix|Italian]] Grands Prix are the oldest continuously staged [[Formula One]] world championship Grands Prix. ...e and Club corners. 1982 World Champion [[Keke Rosberg]] held the all-time Formula 1 qualifying lap record for 16 years after posting fastest time for the 198
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  • {{Formula One}} ...One season|1950]], and the WCC has been awarded every season since [[1958 Formula One season|1958]].
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  • ...e racer and the only American-born driver to win the [[Formula One]] World Drivers' Championship. Hill was described as a "thoughtful, gentle man" and once sa ...45-47 but left early to pursue auto racing, working as a mechanic on other drivers' cars. Hill began racing cars at an early age, going to [[England]] as a [[
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  • ...[[1975 Formula One season|1975]], [[1977 Formula One season|1977]], [[1984 Formula One season|1984]]) ...unded and run two airlines and was manager of the [[Jaguar Racing|Jaguar]] Formula One racing team for two years.
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  • |Years:||[[1977 Formula One season|1977]] - [[1982 Formula One season|1982]] |Championships:||0 (2nd in [[1979 Formula One season|1979]])
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  • ...[1992 Formula One season|1992]], [[1994 Formula One season|1994]]–[[1995 Formula One season|1995]] | Championships || 1 ([[1992 Formula One season|1992]])
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  • ...only German to have won the [[List of Formula One World Drivers' Champions|drivers' championship]]. ...e team's season-best grid position of seventh. The race-winning [[Benetton Formula|Benetton]] team signed him before the next race, despite what Jordan believ
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  • | similar:||[[Aston Martin V8 Vantage]]<br>[[Aston Martin DB9]]<br>[[Ford GT]]<br>[[Lamborghini Gallardo]]<br>[[Panoz Esperante]]<br>[[Porsche 997|Po ...models from the 1960s, specifically the [[Ferrari 156|156 "sharknose"]] [[Formula One]] car and [[Ferrari 250 TR 61 Spyder Fantuzzi|250 TR61]] [[24 Hours of
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  • {{Formula One}} ...ut the future of the sport, and disagreements about the direction in which Formula One should progress.
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  • ...race distance was lowered to 480km as a rule change required the use of [[Formula One]]-derived engines that last no longer. Due to the decline of the WSC, t ! Drivers
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  • ...in order to finish or, sometimes, less dramatic scenes where damaged car's drivers are confident enough in the ability of the engine to start again and simply Nowadays, each car has a team of three drivers. Before [[1970]] only two drivers per car were allowed, and even solo driving was permitted in the early deca
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  • [[Image:formula_one_car.jpg|thumb|300px|right|A modern Formula One car]] ...ne is widely considered to be the pinnacle of motorsports, and a seat in a Formula One car is undoubtedly the peak of any driver's racing career. In North Ame
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  • ...cuit, sponsored, legal form of [[street racing]] performed by professional drivers. Whilst not nearly as fast as [[Formula One]], the similarity of the cars both to each other and to fans' own vehic
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  • ...pectacle and glamour result in the race being considered "the jewel of the Formula One crown". ...n changes and tight corners, making it one of the most demanding tracks in Formula One. In spite of the relatively low average speeds, it is a dangerous place
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  • ...[[1936]] &ndash; died [[7 April]], [[1968]]) was a [[Scotland|Scottish]] [[Formula One]] (F1) [[Auto racing|racing driver]]. Twice World Champion, he was the ...an]]. Chapman was sufficiently impressed to give Clark a run in one of his Formula Junior cars, and the rest, as they say is history.
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  • ...g]], [[Germany]]. Amongst other motor racing events, it holds the annual [[Formula One]] [[German Grand Prix]]. Situated in the [[Rhine]] valley, the circuit ..."Motodrom" stadium section. After [[Jim Clark]] was killed in 1968 in a [[Formula 2]] racing accident, two [[chicane]]s and an [[armco]] were added. In 1980,
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  • The '''Belgian Grand Prix''' is an automobile race, part of the [[Formula One]] World Championship. ...that is clear and bright while another stretch is rainy and slippery. Most drivers today say that the Spa course is the most challenging race track in the wor
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  • | Drivers || 12 (manufacturer teams) ...e production car and junior entrants race through the stages after the WRC drivers.
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  • [[Image:formula_one_car.jpg|thumb|300px|right|A modern Formula One car]] ...ne is widely considered to be the pinnacle of motorsports, and a seat in a Formula One car is undoubtedly the peak of any driver's racing career. In North Ame
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  • .... The event lends its name to the "[[IndyCar]]" class of [[formula racing|formula]], or [[open wheel car|open-wheel]], race cars that have competed in it. It ...ich they did from 1913 to 1919. However, after [[World War I]], the native drivers and manufacturers regained their dominance of the race, with the engineer [
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  • [[Image:formula_one_car.jpg|thumb|350px|right|A modern Formula One car]] ...ne is widely considered to be the pinnacle of motorsports, and a seat in a Formula One car is undoubtedly the peak of any driver's racing career. In North Ame
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  • ...isations and car users worldwide. The FIA is also the governing body for [[Formula One]] and other international [[auto racing|motorsports]]. ...on Internationale du Sport Automobile]] (FISA), the then governing body of Formula One. Mosley was elected president of FISA in 1991 and became president of t
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  • | Caption || The start of a [[Formula One]] race in 2008 [[Image:formula_one_car.jpg|thumb|300px|right|A modern Formula One car]]
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  • [[Image:formula_one_car.jpg|thumb|300px|right|A modern Formula One car]] ...ne is widely considered to be the pinnacle of motorsports, and a seat in a Formula One car is undoubtedly the peak of any driver's racing career. In North Ame
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  • ...ny factory improvements to motor vehicle technology. The race drew the top drivers and their vehicles from across the [[Atlantic Ocean]], some of whom had com ...nited States joined the [[Allies]] in [[World War I]] in 1917. Some of the drivers who participated in the Vanderbilt Cup became famous names, synonymous with
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  • [[Image:Alonso_%28Renault%29_qualifying_at_USGP_2005.jpg|thumb|right|Modern Formula One Renault]] ...en-wheel racing includes many types and levels of motor racing including [[Formula One]], [[American Championship Car Racing]] ([[Champcar]], [[Indy Racing Le
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  • [[Image:Alonso_%28Renault%29_qualifying_at_USGP_2005.jpg|thumb|right|Modern Formula One Renault]] ...en-wheel racing includes many types and levels of motor racing including [[Formula One]], [[American Championship Car Racing]] ([[Champcar]], [[Indy Racing Le
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  • ==Comparison with Formula One car== ...[racing car]]. For much of their history Champ Cars have been similar to [[Formula One]] cars, although there have traditionally been several key differences
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  • ...hnology-driven and dominated by a few wealthy multi-car teams, much like [[Formula One]]. The IRL developed a consistent engine package and chassis rules whic ...of mostly unknown drivers, even in the Indy 500. Eventually the caliber of drivers improved and IRL began to draw teams from CART, contributing to the latter'
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  • ...''', is a [[Brazil]]ian [[List of racing drivers|racing driver]] who was [[Formula One]] world champion in [[1981]], [[1983]], and [[1987]]. ...a consistent challenger for the world title, despite the transition from [[Ford]] V8 to [[BMW]] [[turbo]] engines.
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  • ...st year, the '''Bridgestone Presents The Champ Car World Series Powered By Ford'''. The series merged into the [[IndyCar Series]] before its planned 2008 ...[[Bernie Ecclestone]] had forced on [[Formula 1]] with his creation of the Formula One Constructors Association. The White Paper called for the owners to form
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  • ...widely accepted as an important step for drivers towards [[Formula One]]. Formula 3 race cars are fast and relatively inexpensive, which makes F3 an attracti ...in the UK when small [[sports cars]] powered by [[Coventry-Climax]] and [[Ford]] engines became more important.
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  • [[Image:Formule Ford Paul Meijer 2002.jpg|thumb|250px|Formula Ford 1600]] ...rt racing|karting]] is more likely to be a young driver's entry to serious formula car racing).
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  • '''Formula 5000''' (or '''F5000''') was an auto-racing formula that ran different series in various regions around the world from ...ies aimed at open-wheel racing cars that no longer fit into any particular formula. The '5000' denomination comes from the maximum 5.0 litre engine capacity a
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  • ...g]]; [[Formula One]]; [[British Formula Three Championship|British F3]]; [[Formula Three Euroseries|F3 Euroseries]]; [[A1 Grand Prix|A1GP]]; [[British Superbi ...close proxmity to the city of [[London]], ensured a popular slot on the [[Formula One|Grand Prix]] calendar between [[1964]] and [[1986]]. Those in attendanc
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  • ...on Formula Ltd.''', commonly referred to simply as '''Benetton''', was a [[Formula One]] constructor that participated from 1986 to 2001. The team was owned b ...etton family]]. The team began with BMW engines and then later switched to Ford.
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  • ...ity level (measured in driver inputs per second) can be higher than even [[Formula One]] due to the large number of elements packed into each course{{fact}}. ...ng lots or airfields. Typically, new courses are created for each event so drivers must learn a new course each time they compete. Prior to driving, a competi
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  • ...nd Holden marques, [[Steven Richards]] and [[Tony Longhurst]] are the only drivers to have won at Bathurst for both. ...]] and [[Larry Perkins|Perkins]] have shared some of their victories as co-drivers with [[Peter Brock]].
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  • ...ong with [[Dan Pettit]] and [[Kevin Kalkhoven]] where he became one of the drivers for the two-car operation. Vasser retired from open wheel racing in 2006, b *Won the 1987 [[Formula Ford]] National Championship, SCCA
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  • ...ity level (measured in driver inputs per second) can be higher than even [[Formula One]] due to the large number of elements packed into each course{{fact}}. ...ng lots or airfields. Typically, new courses are created for each event so drivers must learn a new course each time they compete. Prior to driving, a competi
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  • ...|| [[D1NZ]], [[MTA New Zealand Formula Ford Championship|Formula Ford]], [[New Zealand Touring Cars|New Zealand V8's]], [[Toyota Racing Series]], ...x]]. Annually for several years, the mainly European based [[Grand Prix]] drivers such as [[Stirling Moss]], [[Graham Hill]], [[Jim Clark]] and [[Jackie Stew
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  • |Drivers || 50 (2006) ...a victim of its own success - the FIA feared it would take money away from Formula 1 and stopped sanctioning the Championship{{Fact|date=June 2008}}.
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  • ...(Peking - Paris), 1913 De Dion Bouton, 1914 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost, 1916 Ford T, 1928 Isotta Fraschini 8A, 1929 Alfa Romeo. ...46 GT/M, 250 GT/L, 275 GTB/4 6 carb, 512 BBI (Daytona), F 40 Le Mans, GTO, Formula Indy, F1 1995 Schumacher, F 50 manichino, F1 Prost 1990.
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  • ...ollowed, but this was a fundamentally different series based on obsolete [[Formula 5000]] cars with sports car bodies. ==Notable drivers and technology==
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  • {{Formula One}} * [[Henry Ford]]
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  • ...r Lyons Button''' (born 19 January 1980) is a [[United Kingdom|British]] [[Formula One]] racing driver from [[England]]. He currently drives for the [[Brawn G ===Formula Ford===
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  • ...and [[2001 12 Hours of Sebring]] sports car races. Alboreto competed in [[Formula One]] from {{f1|1981}} until {{f1|1994}}, racing for a number of teams, mos ...] Championship crown in 1980 paved the way for the Italian's entrance into Formula One with the [[Tyrrell Racing|Tyrrell]] team.
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  • ...the history of the sport. He is one of only two drivers to win races in [[Formula One]], [[American Championship Car Racing|IndyCar]], [[World Sportscar Cham ...Cup Series]], Formula One, and an Indianapolis 500. No American has won a Formula One race since Andretti's victory at the [[1978 Dutch Grand Prix]]. Andrett
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  • ...is the son of [[Mario Andretti]], one of the most recognizable autoracing drivers of all time in America. ...mpionship. After that, he went into [[Formula Atlantic]], where he won the Formula Atlantic Championship. During that same year, he made his [[Indycar]] debut
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  • ...arnell]], [[Ian Raby Racing|Raby]], [[Cooper Car Company|Cooper]], [[Amon (Formula One team)|Amon]], [[Ferrari]], [[March]], [[Matra]], [[Tecno]], [[Tyrrell]] ...e in the [[1960s]] and [[1970s]] and widely regarded to be one of the best drivers never to win a championship [[Grand Prix motor racing|Grand Prix]] (GP). H
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  • ...mula One]], [[sports car]], and [[CART]] racing driver. He is currently a Formula One commentator for [[ITV]]. ...s, and in his first season he placed second in both British Junior Formula Ford Championships (despite 25 wins and 24 poles). The following year, Mark won
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  • | Team(s) || [[Arrows]], [[Benetton Formula|Benetton]], [[WilliamsF1|Williams]], [[Ligier]] and [[Jordan Grand Prix|Jor ...liamsF1|Williams]], [[Ligier]] and [[Jordan Grand Prix|Jordan]] teams in [[Formula One]].
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  • ...g drivers]] of the early 1970s. In the tumultuous, tragic arena that was [[Formula One]] racing at the time, few showed more flair and promise, and no one end ...ng the French Formula 3 Championship in [[1968]], Cévert joined the Tecno Formula 2 team and finished third overall in [[1969]], driving in the F2 class of t
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  • ...ndy Racing League]], and now owns an IRL team. Cheever participated in 132 Formula One races, more than any other American, driving for nine different teams f ...ican [[Danny Sullivan]] in Formula Three and driving for [[Ron Dennis]] in Formula Two.
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  • ...er he has amassed a notable points haul, and lies seventh on the [[List of Formula One driver records#Career points|all-time scorers list]], being the top [[U ===Pre-Formula One===
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  • ...[[open-wheel]] racing series driver, winning world championships in both [[Formula One]] and [[Champcars|CART]]. "Emmo" began racing in [[Europe]] in [[1969]] in [[Formula Ford]] cars, and progressed quickly to F1, joining [[Team Lotus]] during the [[1
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  • ...said himself that Häkkinen is the rival he respected the most during his Formula One career. ===Pre-Formula One (until 1990)===
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  • |Years || [[1992 Formula One season|1992]] - [[1999 Formula One season|1999]] |Championships || 1 ([[1996 Formula One season|1996]])
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  • ...tack whilst driving a BMW M3 during the Bathurst 1000 - made him the first Formula One Champion to die of natural causes. ...e late great Ken Tyrrell invited the likeable New Zealander to race in his Formula 2 team. After some impressive performances there, it was he old boss Jack B
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  • ...and later owned the [[Lotus Cars|Lotus]] racing brand after the team left Formula One. ...here he was seen as a kindred spirit. The team initially entered Hunt in [[Formula Two]] with little success but [[Thomas Alexander Fermor-Hesketh, 3rd Baron
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  • ...ssels]]) is a [[Belgium|Belgian]] racing driver known for his success in [[Formula One]] and his six wins in the [[24 hours of Le Mans]]. == Formula One career ==
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  • ...rvine, Jr.''' (b. [[10 November]] [[1965]], [[Newtownards]]) is a former [[Formula One]] racing driver from [[Northern Ireland]]. ...Jordan [[Formula One]] team in 1993. His reputation steadily increased in Formula One, eventually leading [[Scuderia Ferrari|Ferrari]] to sign him to partner
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  • ...thikeyan''' (born [[January 14]], [[1977]], [[Chennai]], [[India]]) is a [[Formula One]] driver for [[2005]] with the [[Jordan Grand Prix|Jordan]] team. He is ...uti for the [[1993]] season, and in the same year, he also competed in the Formula Vauxhall Junior championship in [[Great Britain]]. This gave him valuable e
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  • ...successful in [[Formula One]] championship history, with McLaren cars and drivers winning a total of 19 world championships. McLaren cars totally dominated ...his first real race and showed promise. He moved up from the Austin to a [[Ford 10]] special and [[Austin-Healey|Austin-Healey]], then a F2 [[Cooper Car Co
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  • ...tá]], [[Colombia]]) is a [[race car driver]] in [[NASCAR]] and a former [[Formula One]] and [[CART]] driver. He has enjoyed great success, most famously in t ...Indianapolis 500 race winner; Montoya is currently one of only two active drivers (along with [[Jacques Villeneuve]]) who has won two legs of the [[Triple Cr
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  • ...st achievement was finishing second in England's super-competitive Formula Ford Festival. ...early career, she was often quoted as saying her dreams were to race in [[Formula 1]] or the [[Champ Car]] series, and that she had little interest for racin
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  • ...driving for [[Scuderia Ferrari]]. He is the reigning [[Formula One]] World Drivers' Champion. ...ender by marginally losing the [[2003 Formula One season|2003]] and [[2005 Formula One season|2005]] championships to [[Michael Schumacher]] and [[Fernando Al
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  • ...ry race which also took the life of three-time [[list of Formula One World Drivers' Champions|world champion]] [[Ayrton Senna]]. Born in [[Salzburg, Austria] ...pionships, after which he forged a successful career in the [[Japan]]ese [[Formula 3000]] series.
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  • ...ed "Lole", was an [[Argentina|Argentine]] [[Formula One]] [[List of racing drivers|racing driver]] from [[1972]] through [[1982]], and then became a prominent ...s. He immediately received attention when he took out [[Austria|Austrian]] Formula One driver [[Jochen Rindt]] (that year's eventual World Champion) on the fi
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  • ...ijo Erik "Keke" Rosberg''' (born [[December 6]], [[1948]]) was a popular [[Formula One]] driver in the early 1980s and, despite his birthplace [[Stockholm]], ...esign. He returned with Theodore after they borrowed chassis from the Wolf formula 1 team, but these failed to work with the team, and returned to ATS to end
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  • ...r with an unyielding desire to win, and a complex character who fascinated Formula One fans the world over, his death in 1994 is still mourned, particularly i Heading for [[Europe]] in [[1981]], he entered the British Formula Ford 1600 competition, which he won. He also adopted his mother's maiden name, S
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  • ...tewart''', and nicknamed '''The Flying Scot''', is a three-time Scottish [[Formula One]] racing champion. He is well-known in the United States as a commentat ...uce McLaren]] was testing. McLaren at that time was already an experienced Formula One driver and the new Cooper F3 was a very competitive car in its class. S
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  • ...d, at age 16 in [[1985]] Tracy became the youngest ever [[Canadian Formula Ford Champion]]. Tracy worked his way up through the racing ranks and in the [[U Tracy's successful career has him number one in victories amongst all active drivers in [[Champ Car]].
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  • ...non-works [[De Tomaso|De&nbsp;Tomaso]], [[Team Lotus|Lotus]], [[Porsche in Formula One|Porsche]] ...March 4]] [[1933]] in [[Palermo]]) is a former [[sports car racing]] and [[Formula One]] driver from [[Sicily]], [[Italy]].
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  • ...Webber''' (born [[August 27]], [[1976]]) is an [[Australia|Australian]] [[Formula One]] driver. ...to his credit, Webber signed with [[Mercedes-Benz|Mercedes]] and made his Formula One debut in [[Melbourne]] with [[Minardi]] in [[2002]], finishing with a 5
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  • ...[[Formula Ford]] - Austrian Karl Wendlinger found himself in the German [[Formula 3]] Championship in [[1988]]. After managing tenth place in that inagural s ...know - Schumacher and Frentzen went on to become top-level [[Formula One]] drivers, with Michael, arguably transpiring into perhaps the best ever Grand Prix d
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  • |Events || [[Formula One]] (1965-1972) ...ribed as an even twistier and faster version of the [[Nürburgring]]. Some drivers like [[Jochen Rindt]] in the [[1969 French Grand Prix]] complained of [[mot
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  • ...ank'' (now [[SunTrust]]) which in turn replaced [[Pepsi]] in 1984. Winning drivers of all classes receive a steel [[Rolex Cosmograph]] watch. ...19, dubbed the Monte Carlo after Stirling Moss bringing Lotus their first Formula One win at Monaco in 1960]] despite being a factory driver for [[Porsche]]
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  • | Drivers || 165 ...or fuel economy from around the world led the race to adopt a fuel economy formula known as [[Group C]] in which competitors were given a set amount of fuel,
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  • ...[road racing]] events in Europe and North America with dozens of gentleman drivers at the grid, to a professional racing series where the world's largest auto ...n [[Formula 1]], but the majority of the grids were filled up by gentleman drivers. Classes were split into GT (closed bodywork) and Sports (open bodywork), a
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  • | Drivers || {{flagiconSweden}} [[Ronnie Peterson]]<br>{{flagiconBelgium | Drivers champ ||
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  • Mainly, these are their 1966 to 1980 [[Formula One]] cars, and also their 1969 to 1973 sports prototypes of the [[Ferrari ...e issue was about priorities in racing, as Ferrari was under pressure from Ford in sports car racing, and the F1 effort was somewhat neglected. [[Mike Park
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  • ...dozen high powered sports cars were available, and with each requiring two drivers in an endurance race, there was a shortage of experienced pilots. ...e sports car aces driving for Porsche, Ferrari could barely find qualified drivers for its entries. Beside the factory cars, there were the private cars of [[
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  • The '''2004 Monaco Grand Prix''' was a [[Formula One]] race held on [[May 23]], [[2004]] at the [[Circuit de Monaco]]. ...with [[Team McLaren|McLaren's]] [[David Coulthard]] and overturned. Both drivers were unhurt but out of the race, as was Sato.
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  • The '''[[1996]] [[Monaco Grand Prix]]''' was a [[Formula One]] race held on [[May 19]], [[1996]] at [[Circuit de Monaco|Monaco]]. | '''[[Sauber]]-[[Ford Motor Company|Ford]]'''
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  • |Second Team || [[Tyrrell Racing|Tyrrell]]-[[Ford Motor Company|Ford]] The '''[[1990]] [[Monaco Grand Prix]]''' was a [[Formula One]] race held on [[27 May]] [[1990]] at [[Circuit de Monaco|Monaco]].
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  • |Pole Team || [[March Engineering|March]]-[[Ford Motor Company|Ford]] |Fast Team || [[Team Lotus|Lotus]]-[[Ford Motor Company|Ford]]
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  • |Pole Team || [[Matra]]-[[Ford Motor Company|Ford]] |Fast Team || [[Matra]]-[[Ford Motor Company|Ford]]
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  • |Pole Team || [[Team Lotus|Lotus]]-[[Ford Motor Company|Ford]] |First Team || [[Team Lotus|Lotus]]-[[Ford Motor Company|Ford]]
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  • ...the process. 1993 and 1994 were spent driving for Paul Stewart Racing in [[Formula 3000]]. De Ferran finished fourth in the series in 1993 and third in 1994. ...iciently impressed to offer de Ferran a drive for 1995. With no top-line [[Formula One]] drive available de Ferran took up the offer to drive in America.
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  • ...orld Series|CART]] Championship in 2002, and former [[Toyota F1|Toyota]] [[Formula One]] driver. ...a 3]] Brazilian championship. In [[1996]], da Matta participated in the [[Formula 3000]] series in [[Great Britain]].
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  • ...ars in lower [[Open wheel car|open-wheeled]] circuits like the [[U.S. Ford Formula 2000 series]], the [[Champ Car Atlantic Championship|Toyota Atlantic series * [http://www.indycar.com/drivers/driver.php?driver_id=112 IndyCar Profile]
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