|First race||United States Grand Prix West||Long Beach||March 15, 1981||Race results|
|Last race||Belgian Grand Prix||Spa||May 22, 1983||Race results|
Most famous for being kicked and punched live on television by Nelson Piquet after the two had collided in the 1982 German Grand Prix, Salazar showed well in Formula Three and the British Formula One series before joining struggling March and then Ensign in 1981. Success did not come any easier with ATS in 1982 when he was overshadowed by team-mate Manfred Winkelhock and, after a few brief appearances with the RAM team in 1983, he was out of a drive. He moved to race in Indy Cars in the 1990s, racing for AJ Foyt in the 2002 Indy Racing League.
Reproduced from The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Formula One published by Carlton Books
At the tenth time of asking (November 5, 2010)
The old man of Monte Carlo (July 2, 2010)
Tambay wins for distraught Ferrari after Pironi crash (August 8, 1982)
- Villeneuve takes astonishing defensive victory (June 21, 1981)