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Featured Race 1976 Japanese Grand Prix
James Hunt won his first and only world title in appalling conditions in Fuji, with the race going ahead despite heavy rain and fog. Niki Lauda, who had nearly died earlier that year in a fiery Nurburgring smash, pulled into the pits due to the conditions - while Hunt went on to claim third place, enough for the championship.
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British Grand Prix
Featured Driver Lorenzo Bandini
Lorenzo Bandini's solitary victory for Ferrari, at the 1964 Austrian Grand Prix, gives a hint of some of the Italian's potential which went unfulfilled in F1. After finally became Ferrari's No.1 driver in 1966 he was killed the following year; succumbing to his injuries after a horrific fiery crash at Monaco.