• Dutch Grand Prix
  • Andretti all but secures title with sixth win
  • August 27, 1978: Mario Andretti overcame near exhaustion to win the Dutch Grand Prix, his sixth win of the campaign and a result which meant the drivers' title was almost certainly his

  • Japanese Grand Prix
  • Lauda courage sees Hunt dramatically snatch title
  • October 24, 1976: Third place at a rain-lashed inaugural Japanese Grand Prix was enough to secure James Hunt his first and only world title, a tense finale to a season of almost unprecedented on-track fluctuations and off-field drama

  • 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

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Four from six for Lauda with Monaco win
  • May 30, 1976: Niki Lauda's successful season continued in Monte Carlo as he clinched the Monaco Grand Prix - his fourth win in six starts - with the six-wheeled Tyrrells second and third

  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Lauda heads Regazzoni as Ferrari dominates
  • May 16, 1976: Niki Lauda's third win of the season at Zolder (at the time it was reported as his fourth as he had been awarded the Spanish Grand Prix following James Hunt's disqualification) gave him a commanding 27-point lead in the drivers' championship

  • 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

  • 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

  • South African Grand Prix
  • Hailwood the hero as Stewart wins
  • March 3, 1973: Jackie Stewart took his first win of the season in South Africa as he guided his Tyrrell-Cosworth to victory at Kyalami

  • Dutch Grand Prix
  • Ickx pips Rodriquez in the wet
  • June 20, 1971: Jacky Ickx won the Dutch Grand Prix for Ferrari with an impressive display in appalling conditions - the rain hammered down and a high wind blew sand from the trackside dunes onto the circuit

  • 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

  • German Grand Prix
  • Four from four as Rindt pips Ickx
  • August 2, 1970: Jochen Rindt made it four wins out of four with victory at the German Grand Prix, a result which gave him a commanding lead in the drivers' championship and left observers doubting anyone had the firepower to match the Lotus 72

  • British Grand Prix
  • Rindt's luck is in as Brabham falters
  • July 18, 1970: Jochen Rindt's third successive win underlined that the early-season doubts over the stability of the Lotus 72 were unfounded, but he had to survive disqualification and then reinstatement before he could celebrate victory at the British Grand Prix

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