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  • Campbell's own race at Brooklands
  • August 16, 2013: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more of your burning questions including teams to win just one race and nearly men in the championship

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  • One record Schumacher doesn't hold ...
  • September 30, 2011: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - uncovers a record relating to points scoring that Michael Schumacher doesn't hold and answers readers' questions on turbos, also-rans and F1's Jungle Boy

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  • F1's journeyman
  • March 9, 2010: F1 journalist Andrew Marriot catches up with racing driver turned olive farmer, Jean-Pierre Jarier

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Reutemann wins after early pile-up
  • May 18, 1980: Carlos Reutemann won an action-packed and wet Monaco Grand Prix for Williams, a race marked by a spectacular four-car first-corner pile-up

  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Dominant Pironi takes maiden win at Zolder
  • May 4, 1980: Didier Pironi won the Belgian Grand Prix, the first race of the European season, having led from start to finish at the tight circuit of Zolder

  • Brazilian Grand Prix
  • Arnoux eases to Interlagos victory
  • January 27, 1980: Rene Arnoux, driving a turbocharged Renault, won the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos, with Elio de Angelis second for Lotus and new championship favourite Alan Jones back in third

  • US Grand Prix
  • Villeneuve outlines future title credentials
  • October 7, 1979: Gilles Villeneuve recorded his third win of the season in the USA Grand Prix at a wet Watkins Glen. The title had already gone to his Ferrari team-mate Jody Scheckter but Villeneuve was determined to prove he was a championship contender

  • 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

  • Swedish Grand Prix
  • Late Andretti pit stop hands Laffite victory
  • June 19, 1977: The wide-open 1977 season continued in Sweden where Jacques Laffite won for Ligier - the sixth different winner in the eighth race of the season - with Jochen Mass taking his best result for McLaren in second place

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Dutch Grand Prix
  • Hunt holds off Regazzoni to slice Lauda's lead
  • August 29, 1976: James Hunt celebrated his 29th birthday with victory at the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort, and in so doing closed the gap on Niki Lauda in the drivers' championship to three points with four races remaining

  • 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

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