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  • November 23, 2012: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more readers' questions

  • Ask Steven
  • From Kovalainen to kidnapping
  • August 30, 2012: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - answers readers' questions on Heikki Kovalainen's talent, a driver called Carlos Pace and a kidnapping in Cuba

  • South African Grand Prix
  • Pryce tragedy overshadows Lauda victory
  • March 5, 1977: Niki Lauda recorded his first victory since his horrific crash at the Nürburgring the previous summer, but the South African Grand Prix was overshadowed by the tragic death of the highly-rated young Welshman Tom Pryce

  • Argentine Grand Prix
  • Scheckter wins courtesy of Wolf's reliability
  • January 9, 1977: Jody Scheckter, who had left Tyrrell in the close season, won the Argentine Grand Prix on his debut for Wolf as James Hunt and Niki Lauda, the leading drivers in 1976, both failed to make a mark

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Peterson wins on Lauda's remarkable return
  • September 12, 1976: Ronnie Peterson's wretched luck with his March was put to one side for a day as he won the Italian Grand Prix at Monza, his third victory in the race in four seasons. But all the media attention before and after the race surrounded the remarkable return of Niki Lauda

  • French Grand Prix
  • Hunt wins as Lauda retires
  • July 4, 1976: The seemingly effortless procession of Niki Lauda and the Ferraris, which had wobbled in Sweden, came off the rails completely at Paul Ricard

  • Swedish Grand Prix
  • Tyrrells finally come good at Anderstorp
  • June 13, 1976: Niki Lauda's domination of the season was put on hold as Jody Scheckter gave the innovative Tyrrell P34 six-wheeler its maiden grand prix win in Sweden

  • 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

  • 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

  • Brazilian Grand Prix
  • Pace delights Interlagos crowd with maiden win
  • January 26, 1975: Carlos Pace, of Brazil, achieved his first Formula One victory in the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos in front of 80,000 hugely partisan supporters

  • 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
  • Peterson picks up the pieces
  • August 19, 1973: Ronnie Peterson took victory in Austria but Jackie Stewart tightened his grip on the title by finishing second in his Tyrrell

  • 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

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