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  • Cons_champ = 14 ([[1961]], [[1964]], [[1975]], [[1976]], [[1977]], [[1979]], [[1982]], [[1983]], [[1999]], [[2000]], [[2001]], [[2002]], [[2003]], [[ ...], [[1953]], [[1956]], [[1958]], [[1961]], [[1964]], [[1975]], [[1977]], [[1979]], [[2000]], [[2001]], [[2002]], [[2003]], [[2004]], 2007) |
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  • ...the Italian market. Merosi would go on to design a series of new A.L.F.A. cars with more powerful engines ([[A.L.F.A 40/60 HP|40-60 HP]]). A.L.F.A. also v !style="background:darkorange" align="center" valign="middle" | Cars
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  • ...he notion of a tractor manufacturer criticizing the design of his precious cars, and let Lamborghini know as much, quoted as having said "the problem is no ..., which set a precedent for mid-engined two-seater high performance sports cars. The Miura was joined two years later by a four-seat grand tourer, the [[La
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  • ...ous alternative to the models in the Fiat range upon which they are based. One of the firm's trademarks is the use of letters of the [[Greek alphabet]] as ...Also, Lancia pioneered the use of [[independent suspension]] in production cars, in an era where [[live axle]]s were common practice for both the front and
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  • |Last season || 2005 ...founded in [[1979]] by [[Giancarlo Minardi]]. It competed in the [[Formula One]] World Championship from [[1985]] until [[2005]] with little success, neve
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  • | Years || {{F1|1971}} - {{F1|1979}}, {{F1|1982}} - {{F1|1985}} ...la One season|1975]], [[1977 Formula One season|1977]], [[1984 Formula One season|1984]])
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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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  • ...a One season|1992]], [[1994 Formula One season|1994]]–[[1995 Formula One season|1995]] | Championships || 1 ([[1992 Formula One season|1992]])
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  • ...he five victories that season that would make him France’s first Formula One world champion. © Schlegelmilch]] ...a One season|1980]]–[[1991 Formula One season|1991]], [[1993 Formula One season|1993]]
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  • |Last season || 2006 ...le season. Schumacher is the only German to have won the [[List of Formula One World Drivers' Champions|drivers' championship]].
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  • ...st European manufacturer in continuous motorcycle production. Guzzi is now one of seven brands owned by [[Piaggio|Piaggio & Co. SpA]], Europe's largest mo ...roke]] single cylinder 500 cc engines outfitted with one overhead and one side valve (also known as: IOE, inlet over exhaust or F-head) were the high
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  • |Current season || 2007 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season |Inaugural || [[1949 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season|1949]]
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  • ...and glamour result in the race being considered "the jewel of the Formula One crown". ...s 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 to
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  • ...n [[Barcelona]], [[Spain]], as part of the annual Formula One championship season. ...tor racing|Grand Prix]] in [[1913]] was not actually run to the Grand Prix formula of the day, but to touring car rules, taking place on a 300-kilometre road
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  • ...ermany]]. Amongst other motor racing events, it holds the annual [[Formula One]] [[German Grand Prix]]. Situated in the [[Rhine]] valley, the circuit is c ..."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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  • | Current season || 2009 World Rally Championship season | Inaugural2 || [[1973 World Rally Championship season|1973]]
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  • **'''International 500-Mile Sweepstakes''' ([[1911]]-[[1915]], [[1920]]-[[1979]]) ...lass of [[formula racing|formula]], or [[open wheel car|open-wheel]], race cars that have competed in it. It has been broadcast live over radio on the [[In
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  • ...ship for drivers of single seater (commonly referred to as [[open wheel]]) cars. ...obile Association|AAA]]). AAA introduced the first championship for racing cars as early as in 1905 but it was cancelled after a couple of serious incident
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  • ...driven and dominated by a few wealthy multi-car teams, much like [[Formula One]]. The IRL developed a consistent engine package and chassis rules which ha ...s Glen International|Watkins Glen]] and [[Infineon Raceway|Infineon]]) and one street race in [[Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg|St. Pete]] for [[2005 i
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  • ...''. The series merged into the [[IndyCar Series]] before its planned 2008 season. ...Mans disaster]]. USAC controlled the championship until 1978. Starting in 1979, CART began operating its own competing series, which quickly became domina
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  • ...cle racing season|1967]] 350cc - 1966, [[1967 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season|1967]]. 500cc -1962,1963,1964,1965. | [[1967 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season|1967]] 350cc Japanese Grand Prix
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  • ...001 12 Hours of Sebring]] sports car races. Alboreto competed in [[Formula One]] from {{f1|1981}} until {{f1|1994}}, racing for a number of teams, most no ...onship crown in 1980 paved the way for the Italian's entrance into Formula One with the [[Tyrrell Racing|Tyrrell]] team.
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  • ...won races in [[midget car racing|midget cars]], [[sprint car racing|sprint cars]], and [[drag racing]]. ...ies]], Formula One, and an Indianapolis 500. No American has won a Formula One race since Andretti's victory at the [[1978 Dutch Grand Prix]]. Andretti ha
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  • | Team(s) || [[Arrows]], [[Benetton Formula|Benetton]], [[WilliamsF1|Williams]], [[Ligier]] and [[Jordan Grand Prix|Jor ...Williams]], [[Ligier]] and [[Jordan Grand Prix|Jordan]] teams in [[Formula One]].
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  • |Last season || 2005 ..., currently driving for [[Scuderia Ferrari]]. He is the reigning [[Formula One]] World Drivers' Champion.
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  • |Years || [[1970 Formula One season|1970]]-[[1980 Formula One season|1980]] ...ula One season|1978]]), [[WilliamsF1|Williams]] ([[1979 Formula One season|1979]])
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  • '''Ferrari 312''' is the name of several different [[Ferrari]] race cars which have 3 litre 12-cylinder engines, both in V12 and 180° flat boxer sh Mainly, these are their 1966 to 1980 [[Formula One]] cars, and also their 1969 to 1973 sports prototypes of the [[Ferrari P]] series
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  • Results from the 1980 [[Formula One]] '''[[Monaco Grand Prix]]''' held at [[Circuit de Monaco|Monaco]] on [[May | [[Lotus Cars|Lotus]]-[[Ford Motor Company|Ford]]
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  • The '''[[1978]] [[Monaco Grand Prix]]''' was a [[Formula One]] race held on [[7 May]] [[1978]] at [[Circuit de Monaco|Monaco]]. | '''[[Brabham]]-[[Alfa Romeo (Formula One)|Alfa Romeo]]'''
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  • |Last season || 1990 ...la''' is an [[Italy|Italian]] racing car manufacturer and former [[Formula One]] team based in Volpiano near [[Turin]], Italy. They participated in 132 [[
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  • | Category|| [[Formula One]] | [[List of Formula One World Constructors' Champions|Constructors' Championships]]|| 1 ([[1999]])
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  • | Category || [[Formula One]] ...ish Grand Prix]] (312T2)<br>[[1978 South African Grand Prix]] (312T3)<br>[[1979 South African Grand Prix]] (312T4)<br>[[1980 Argentine Grand Prix]] (312T5)
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  • {{Formula One}} ...ccumulate the most championship points over the course of the Championship season.
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  • [[Ferrari]] had 10 cars start the 1958 Le Mans with only two finishing but one, a TR 58 (250TR) was the winner driven by [[Phil Hill]] and Oliver Gendebie Rover and the BRM Formula 1 team joined forces to produce a [[gas turbine]] powered [[coupé]], drive
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  • |Events || [[Formula One]] (tests), [[Grand Prix motorcycle racing|MotoGP]], [[F3]] ...be cancelled due to the delay in building the new chassis for the new race cars.
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  • {{Formula One}} ...b|400px|[[Fernando Alonso]] qualifying in a [[Renault F1|Renault]] Formula One car at the [[2005 United States Grand Prix]]]]
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  • [[Image:Alfa-Romeo-159-(1951).jpg|thumb|300px|left|Alfa Romeo 159 Formula-1 car]] Category = [[Voiturette]] <small>(1938-1947)</small><br>[[Formula One]] <small>(1948-1951)|
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  • Category = [[Formula One]] | Constructor = [[Alfa Romeo (Formula One)|Alfa Romeo]] |
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  • ...1928 at various venues in Australia, before it became part of the Formula One championship in [[1985 Australian Grand Prix|1985]]. The race was held at t ...g the [[Portuguese Grand Prix]] in that respect. As the final round of the season, the Grand Prix hosted a handful of memorable Grand Prix, most notably the
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  • ...ully in many different categories of '''motorsport''', including [[Formula One]], [[sportscar racing]], [[touring car racing]] and [[rallies]]. They have ...team [[Scuderia Ferrari]]. P3s then won six of the final 11 events of the season including the final 2 major Grands Prix in Italy and Spain.
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  • ...156 Sharknose]] cars, with which [[Phil Hill]] won the [[1961 Formula One season|1961 championship]]. Shortly afterwards Chiti was part of the breakaway [[A ...their behalf. The partnership with Brabham finished before the end of the season.
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  • {{Formula One}} ...p has always been the main focus of the category, non-championship Formula One races were held for many years. Due to the rising cost of competition, the
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  • |Years || {{F1|1979}} |First race || [[1979 Spanish Grand Prix]]
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  • ...eted in a total of 27 Grands Prix, scoring no points, and is recognised as one of the last truly privateer teams to race in an era when many large [[List ...it quit the formula to concentrate solely on [[Formula 3000|International Formula 3000]].
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  • ...legance of form. So was born the '''[[Bandini 750 sport siluro]]'''. These cars, when their headlights were removed, qualified to race in the sports catego The cars were designed in the corner of a garage and built by his brother Aurelio wi
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  • ...d between Mosport and [[Circuit Mont-Tremblant]], [[Quebec]] after Formula One took over the event. After [[1971]] safety concerns led to the Grand Prix In 2005, the Canadian Grand Prix was the most watched Formula One GP in the world. The race was also the third most watched sporting event on
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  • [[Image:March BMW Marc Surer.JPG|thumb|right|250px|[[Marc Surer]]'s 1979 Championship winning car]] ...3000]] in 1985, but in 2009 the [[Formula Two]] name returns. The 2009 FIA Formula Two Championship will begin at Valencia on the 31 May. Visit the official F
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  • {{Formula One}} ...rcial)|sponsor]]s becoming more important with the rising costs in Formula One, many teams wanted to be able to display the logos of their sponsors as cle
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  • {{Formula One}} ...''Bold''' entries indicate the record-holder is still competing in Formula One.
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  • ...lunga Circuit]]. In 1954 and 1963 the Rome Grand Prix was run to [[Formula One]] rules, but neither event was included in the World Championship. ...tly there have been proposals to revive the Rome Grand Prix as a [[Formula One]] street race.
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