• Ask Steven
  • The lowest-placed winner
  • February 1, 2013: Our resident expert - Steven Lynch - is back to answer more of your questions including who finished lowest in the championship having won a race and front-row records

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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

  • Austrian Grand Prix
  • Jabouille holds off Jones
  • August 17, 1980: Jean-Pierre Jabouille, who had not finished in any of the previous nine rounds, won the Austrian Grand Prix, holding off the determined championship leader Alan Jones and his Williams team-mate Carlos Reutemann

  • 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

  • Austrian Grand Prix
  • Jones secures back-to-back victories
  • August 12, 1979: Alan Jones scored his second win in as many races and Williams its third in succession at the Austrian Grand Prix at the Österreichring

  • German Grand Prix
  • Jones makes it two in a row for Williams
  • July 29, 1979: Alan Jones won the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim despite his engine misfiring during the final stages and crossing the finishing line with a punctured rear tyre

  • French Grand Prix
  • Jabouille wins as Villeneuve and Arnoux dice
  • July 1, 1979: The French dominated their home grand prix as Jean-Pierre Jabouille steered Renault to victory at Dijon-Prenois with team-mate Rene Arnoux taking third

  • South African Grand Prix
  • Villeneuve victorious in new Ferrari
  • March 3, 1979: All eyes were on the Ligiers after their dominance of the opening two races, but it was Gilles Villeneuve who steered his brand new Ferrari to victory - his second win in four outings - at Kyalami

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