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  • United States Grand Prix
  • Fittipaldi's title marred by Koinigg death
  • October 6, 1974: Emerson Fittipaldi secured his second world championship in a race marred by the death of young Austrian driver Helmuth Koinigg

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Peterson benefits as Ferrari falters
  • September 8, 1974: Ronnie Peterson took his third victory of the season at Monza to keep alive his slim hopes in what was fast becoming one of the closest championships in recent history

  • Austrian Grand Prix
  • Reutemann keeps his cool to win in Austrian heat
  • August 18, 1974: In 38C heat, Argentinean driver Carlos Reutemann kept his cool to hold off Denny Hulme and James Hunt to win the Austrian Grand Prix at the Osterreichring

  • German Grand Prix
  • Regazzoni masters the 'Ring
  • August 4, 1974: Ferrari's Clay Regazzoni mastered the daunting Nurburgring to lead all 14 laps of the German Grand Prix and finish over 50 seconds ahead of Tyrrell's Jody Scheckter in second place

  • British Grand Prix
  • Lauda's tyre trouble hands Scheckter the win
  • July 20, 1974: Jody Scheckter won the British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch, profiteering from Niki Lauda's misfortune when the Ferrari suffered a puncture with just a handful of laps remaining

  • Dutch Grand Prix
  • Ferrari trounces opposition at Zandvoort
  • June 23, 1974: Niki Lauda proved that 12 cylinders are better than eight - at least on the high-speed Zandvoort circuit - by romping to victory ahead of his Ferrari team-mate Clay Regazzoni at the Dutch Grand Prix

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Peterson escapes pile-up to take victory
  • May 26, 1974: Ronnie Peterson and Lotus won their first grand prix of the season on the streets of Monte Carlo, after the Swede escaped a huge pile-up on the first lap

  • Spanish Grand Prix
  • Lauda ends Ferrari's drought
  • April 28, 1974: Niki Lauda took his maiden victory during a wet/dry race at Jarama and with it secured Ferrari's first win since 1972

  • South African Grand Prix
  • Reutemann breaks his duck in South Africa
  • March 30, 1974: Carlos Reutemann became the first Argentinean to win a Formula One race since Juan Manuel Fangio when he took victory at the South African Grand Prix

  • Argentine Grand Prix
  • Hulme wins as Reutemann fails to go the distance
  • January 13, 1974: To the huge disappointment of the home crowd, including president Juan Peron, Carlos Reutemann was pipped at the winning post by Denny Hulme in the season-opening Argentine Grand Prix

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