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  • One-time winners
  • June 7, 2013: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more readers' questions

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  • One-hit wonders
  • August 16, 2012: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more of your questions including the record for the most consecutive points finishes and the best position for drivers to contest just one grand prix

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  • 'The voice of Formula One'
  • May 11, 2012: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer your questions including those on 'the voice of Formula One' and driver numbers used in grand prix racing

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  • Everyone's a winner
  • April 26, 2012: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - consults the history books to find the most competitive starts to the championship and the shortest F1 driver of all time

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  • The closest ever top three
  • August 5, 2011: Steven Lynch answers readers' questions on the most pit stops made when winning a race, close finishes and an obscure previous team

  • South African Grand Prix
  • Reutemann breaks his duck in South Africa
  • March 30, 1974: Carlos Reutemann became the first Argentinean to win a Formula One race since Juan Manuel Fangio when he took victory at the South African Grand Prix

  • 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

  • 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

  • Mexican Grand Prix
  • Hulme holds off Ickx in Mexico
  • October 19, 1969: Denny Hulme beat Jacky Ickx by less than three seconds in the season finale in Mexico, a thrilling conclusion to a remarkable year. For Hulme it helped ease memories of a wretched season in the McLaren M7A.

  • Canadian Grand Prix
  • Ickx leads home Brabham one-two
  • September 20, 1969: The drivers' and constructors' championship were already decided but that did not in any way diminish from Jacky Ickx's victory, and a Brabham one-two

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Stewart seals title in thrilling fashion
  • September 7, 1969: Jackie Stewart took his sixth victory of the season at Monza in one of the closest finishes in grand prix history and in so doing secured his first world championship with three races remaining.

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