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  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Third enough for Lauda's first title
  • August 17, 1975: Niki Lauda secured his first world title by taking third place at the Italian Grand Prix, and the partisan Monza crowd was made even happier when Lauda's Ferrari team-mate Clay Regazzoni won the race

  • Austrian Grand Prix
  • Brambilla takes maiden win in appalling conditions
  • August 17, 1975: The 37-year-old Italian Vittorio Brambilla, who had more than once threatened to record his maiden victory earlier in the season, finally did so at the Austrian Grand Prix

  • German Grand Prix
  • Reutemann up to second with 'Ring win
  • August 3, 1975: Carlos Reutemann won a German Grand Prix at the Nürburgring which was notable for the high attrition rate - only nine of the 24 starters finished - caused by a succession of punctures resulting from a failure to sweep flints and stones from the track

  • British Grand Prix
  • Fittipaldi emerges victorious from the rain
  • July 19, 1975: Emerson Fittipaldi, who had led the championship in the early stages of the season, reminded Niki Lauda he was not about to relinquish his title without a fight with a gutsy victory at a sodden British Grand Prix which ended in chaos

  • French Grand Prix
  • Lauda holds off Hunt at Paul Ricard
  • July 6, 1975: After James Hunt's win at Zandvoort, Niki Lauda returned to winning ways at the French Grand Prix, holding off late challenges from Hunt and Jochen Mass to extend his lead in the championship to 22 points

  • Dutch Grand Prix
  • Hesketh's delight at Hunt's maiden victory
  • June 22, 1975: James Hunt and his underfunded Hesketh team cocked a snoop at the establishment with a remarkable win at the Dutch Grand Prix, ending a string of three victories by the Ferrari of Niki Lauda

  • Swedish Grand Prix
  • Hat-trick gives Lauda comfortable lead
  • June 8, 1975: Niki Lauda recorded his third successive win of the season at the Swedish Grand Prix at the Scandinavian Raceway in Anderstorp to open up a healthy ten-point lead in the drivers' championship

  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Back-to-back wins give Lauda title lead
  • May 25, 1975: Niki Lauda made it two wins in two with victory at the Belgian Grand Prix at Zolder, moving two points ahead of Emerson Fittipaldi in the drivers' championship

  • Dutch Grand Prix
  • Stewart victory tainted by Williamson's horrific death
  • July 29, 1973: Jackie Stewart won his 26th Grand Prix by taking victory in the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort, in a race overshadowed by tragedy when young British driver Roger Williamson lost his life in a horrendous accident

  • Spanish Grand Prix
  • Fittipaldi is season's third different winner
  • May 1, 1972: After a two-month break, the championship resumed at Jarama for the Spanish Grand Prix and Emerson Fittipaldi made it three different winners in three races with victory in his Lotus

  • Canadian Grand Prix
  • Stewart outwits Peterson in the wet
  • September 19, 1971: Newly crowned world champion Jackie Stewart took a sixth win of the season by winning the Canadian Grand Prix at Mosport Park, despite the dreadful weather conditions

  • German Grand Prix
  • Victorious Stewart closes on title
  • August 1, 1971: Jackie Stewart's win at the German Grand Prix - his fifth victory in seven races - gave him an almost unassailable lead in the drivers' championship, and Tyrrell's superb weekend was underlined when Francois Cevert came home second

  • French Grand Prix
  • Stewart leads Cevert home for Tyrrell 1-2
  • July 4, 1971: Jackie Stewart won the French Grand Prix in shimmering heat at the new Paul Ricard circuit near Marseilles in an almost faultless drive

  • Mexican Grand Prix
  • Ickx secures runner-up spot as Brabham bows out
  • October 25, 1970: With the world championship already decided, the final grand prix of the season in Mexico City was a chance for the drivers to race without any pressure. Jacky Ickx was victorious and finished runner-up in the championship standings behind posthumous winner Jochen Rindt

  • United States Grand Prix
  • Fittipaldi wins at The Glen for Rindt
  • October 4, 1970: Emerson Fittipaldi's victory at Watkins Glen ended Jacky Ickx's hopes, and meant that Jochen Rindt became the first and, to date, only posthumous world champion

  • Canadian Grand Prix
  • Ickx inherits comfortable victory to maintain title hopes
  • September 20, 1970: With Lotus not competing in the Canadian Grand Prix after Jochen Rindt's death at Monza two weeks previously, Jacky Ickx capitalised on Jackie Stewart's early retirement to win comfortably at the Mont-Tremblant circuit

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Rindt's death overshadows Ferrari home win
  • September 6, 1970: Although Clay Regazzoni won the Italian Grand Prix in front of the fanatical Ferrari faithful, the weekend was dominated by the death of world champion in waiting Jochen Rindt during practice on the eve of the race

  • Austrian Grand Prix
  • Ickx hands Ferrari overdue victory
  • August 16, 1970: Jacky Ickx finally steered his Ferrari to victory at the Austrian Grand Prix, ending a run of four successive wins for championship leader Jochen Rindt

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