Hans-Joachim Stuck (GER) (ATS Wheels), ATS D3 – #Ford V8 (finished 5th)
1979 United States Grand Prix (Eath)
, @WGI Watkins Glen Grand Prix Race Course ++ ericok
Victor “Al” Pease (CAN) (John Maryon), Eagle T1F (Mk4) – Climax FPF 2. 8 L4 (DSQ)In this race, Al Pease became the only driver in F1 history to be black flagged for being too slow.
1969 Canadian Grand Prix, Mosport International Raceway
Derek Reginald Bell (GBR) (Martini Racing Team), Tecno PA12/3 – Tecno Series-P 3.0 F12 (DNQ)
1972 Italian Grand Prix, Autodromo Nazionale Monza
James Simon Wallis Hunt (GBR) (Marlboro Team #McLaren), #McLaren M23 – #Ford V8 RET
Teddy Mayer – #McLaren Managing Director
1977 Monaco Grand Prix, Circuit de Monaco ++ #McLaren Racing Ltd. | ++ Philinflash
James Hunt (GBR) (Marlboro Team #McLaren), #McLaren M26 – #Ford V8 (finished 7th)
Notice the Löwenbräu livery.
1978 United States Grand Prix, @WGI Watkins Glen Grand Prix Race Course
Karl Jochen Rindt (AUT) (Gold Leaf Team #Lotus), #Lotus 72C – #Ford-Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 (finished 1st)
1970 Dutch Grand Prix, Circuit Zandvoort ++ Jim Culp
Thomas Maldwyn Pryce (GBR) (Shadow Racing Team), Shadow DN8 – #Ford-Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 (DNF – fatal accident)During lap 21, two marshals ran onto the track after the Shadow of Renzo Zorzi suffered engine failure. The second marshal, Fredrik Jansen van Vuuren, was hit by the car of Tom Pryce and killed instantly by the collision the fire extinguisher he was holding flew from his hands and hit Pryce in the face, killing and nearly decapitating him.
1977 South African Grand Prix, Kyalami
Jonkheer Karel Pieter Antoni Jan Hubertus (Carel) Godin de Beaufort (NED) (Ecurie Maarsbergen), Porsche 718 – Porsche 547/3 1.5 Flat-4 (finished 14th)
Hans Herrmann (GER) (Ecurie Maarsbergen), Porsche 718 – Porsche 547/3 1.5 Flat-4 (finished 15th)
1961 Dutch Grand Prix, Circuit Zandvoort ++ ANEFO / Harry Pot
Keith Jack Oliver (GBR) (Gold Leaf Team #Lotus), #Lotus 49B – #Ford-Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 (NC)
1968 Dutch Grand Prix, Circuit Zandvoort ++ ANEFO / Joost Evers 2.
Phil Hill leads the field during the Bridgehampton Grand Prix, driving a Chaparral 2E during the 1966 Can-Am season.