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  • United States Grand Prix East
  • Lauda secures second title as Hunt wins
  • October 2, 1977: James Hunt won the USA Grand Prix at Watkins Glen, his second victory of the season, but Niki Lauda's fourth place was enough to clinch his second world championship

  • Austrian Grand Prix
  • Jones secures first win for Shadow
  • August 14, 1977: Alan Jones recorded his first win at the Austrian Grand Prix, a result which also provided a welcome boost to the lesser-funded teams as it was Shadow's first victory

  • German Grand Prix
  • Lauda secures emotional victory on German return
  • July 31, 1977: Niki Lauda extended his lead in the world championship to ten points with an emotional win at the German Grand Prix exactly a year after he had almost died in a horrific accident in the same race. "I have finally killed off the ghost of that crash forever with this win," he said

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Scheckter survives late scare to hold off Lauda
  • May 22, 1977: Jody Scheckter opened up a seven-point lead over Niki Lauda in the drivers' championship with victory in the Monaco Grand Prix, underlining the improvement the once-wild South African had made since his GP debut

  • Spanish Grand Prix
  • Back-to-back Andretti wins cut Scheckter's lead
  • May 8, 1977: Mario Andretti led throughout to record his second successive victory in the Spanish Grand Prix at Jarama, the new home of the race after the disastrous 1975 race at Montjuїc Park

  • United States Grand Prix West
  • Andretti capitalises on Scheckter's misfortune
  • April 3, 1977: Mario Andretti achieved a hugely popular victory at Long Beach, passing Jody Scheckter in the closing stages to complete his ambition of winning on home turf

  • 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

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