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1971 Italian Grand Prix

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End of the Grand Prix

The 1971 Italian Grand Prix was a Formula One race held at Monza on September 5, 1971. This race is often referred to as the fastest Formula One race of all time, with a record average speed of 242.615 km/h (150.754 mph), a record that was not broken until 32 years later at the 2003 Italian Grand Prix at Monza.[1] This race featured the closest finish in Formula One history.[2] Peter Gethin came from 4th place to lead on the final lap with a bold move. None of the 6 points-scoring drivers had ever previously won a Grand Prix.

Race report

With the championship settled, this was an opportunity for new drivers to prove themselves. Chris Amon in the Matra proved an embarrassment to Ferrari by seizing pole at their home track, with the BRM's on the second row, whilst champion Stewart was in 6th after suffering gearbox problems. Mike Hailwood was making his debut for Surtees—an inspired choice as he held both the Formula 5000 and motorbike lap records for Monza. Clay Regazzoni's Ferrari thrilled the crowd by surging forward from the fourth row to lead from Jo Siffert and Stewart until lap 3, when Ronnie Peterson took the lead. On lap 7, Stewart took the lead. By lap 16, Stewart and Jacky Ickx retired with engine problems, followed two laps later by Clay Regazzoni. The race began to break into high-speed packs—the leading one containing Hailwood (leading on his debut), François Cevert, Peterson, Siffert, Howden Ganley, Chris Amon, Peter Gethin and Jackie Oliver. Gethin, Peterson, Cevert, Hailwood and Ganley (who fell back slightly) battled right down to the line and all finished within two-tenths of a second within each other. Siffert dropped back after problems with a gearbox that would only select fourth gear.

Classification

Qualifying

Pos No. Driver Constructor Lap Gap
1 12 23x15px Chris Amon Matra 1:22.40
2 3 23x15px Jacky Ickx Ferrari 1:22.82 +0.42
3 20 23x16px Jo Siffert BRM 1:23.03 +0.63
4 19 23x15px Howden Ganley BRM 1:23.15 +0.75
5 2 23x15px François Cevert Tyrrell-Ford 1:23.41 +1.01
6 25 23x15px Ronnie Peterson March-Ford 1:23.46 +1.06
7 30 23x15px Jackie Stewart Tyrrell-Ford 1:23.49 +1.09
8 4 23x16px Clay Regazzoni Ferrari 1:23.69 +1.29
9 11 23x15px Tim Schenken Brabham-Ford 1:23.73 +1.33
10 16 23x15px Henri Pescarolo March-Ford 1:23.77 +1.37
11 18 23x15px Peter Gethin BRM 1:23.88 +1.48
12 21 23x15px Helmut Marko BRM 1:23.96 +1.56
13 14 23x15px Jackie Oliver McLaren-Ford 1:24.09 +1.69
14 10 23x15px Graham Hill Brabham-Ford 1:24.27 +1.87
15 7 23x15px John Surtees Surtees-Ford 1:24.45 +2.05
16 24 23x15px Mike Beuttler March-Ford 1:25.01 +2.61
17 9 23x15px Mike Hailwood Surtees-Ford 1:25.17 +2.77
18 5 23x15px Emerson Fittipaldi Lotus-Pratt & Whitney 1:25.18 +2.78
19 22 23x15px Nanni Galli March-Ford 1:25.19 +2.79
20 23 23x15px Andrea de Adamich March-Alfa Romeo 1:25.73 +3.33
21 28 23x15px Jo Bonnier McLaren-Ford 1:26.14 +3.74
22 27 23x16px Silvio Moser Bellasi-Ford 1:26.54 +4.14
23 26 23x15px Jean-Pierre Jarier March-Ford 1:28.19 +5.89
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Race

Pos No Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 18 23x15px Peter Gethin BRM 55 1:18:12.60 11 9
2 25 23x15px Ronnie Peterson March-Ford 55 + 0.01 6 6
3 2 23x15px François Cevert Tyrrell-Ford 55 + 0.09 5 4
4 9 23x15px Mike Hailwood Surtees-Ford 55 + 0.18 17 3
5 19 23x15px Howden Ganley BRM 55 + 0.61 4 2
6 12 23x15px Chris Amon Matra 55 + 32.36 1 1
7 14 23x15px Jackie Oliver McLaren-Ford 55 + 1:24.83 13  
8 5 23x15px Emerson Fittipaldi Lotus-Pratt & Whitney 54 + 1 Lap 18  
9 20 23x16px Jo Siffert BRM 53 + 2 Laps 3  
10 28 23x15px Jo Bonnier McLaren-Ford 51 + 4 Laps 21  
Ret 10 23x15px Graham Hill Brabham-Ford 47 Gearbox 14  
NC 26 23x15px Jean-Pierre Jarier March-Ford 47 Not classified 24  
Ret 24 23x15px Mike Beuttler March-Ford 41 Engine 16  
Ret 16 23x15px Henri Pescarolo March-Ford 40 Suspension 10  
Ret 23 23x15px Andrea de Adamich March-Alfa Romeo 33 Engine 20  
Ret 4 23x16px Clay Regazzoni Ferrari 17 Engine 8  
Ret 3 23x15px Jacky Ickx Ferrari 15 Engine 2  
Ret 30 23x15px Jackie Stewart Tyrrell-Ford 15 Engine 7  
Ret 22 23x15px Nanni Galli March-Ford 11 Electrical 19  
Ret 11 23x15px Tim Schenken Brabham-Ford 5 Suspension 9  
Ret 27 23x16px Silvio Moser Bellasi-Ford 5 Suspension 22  
Ret 21 23x15px Helmut Marko BRM 3 Engine 12  
Ret 7 23x15px John Surtees Surtees-Ford 3 Engine 15  
Ret 8 23x15px Rolf Stommelen Surtees-Ford 0 Accident 23  

Notes

Championship standings after the race

  • Note: Only the top five positions are included for both sets of standings.

References

  1. ^ "Fastest races ever". Autosport. 
  2. ^ All-Time F1 Records It should be noted that times in this race were only measured to the nearest 0.01 second, so the finish may or may not have been closer than that of the 2002 United States Grand Prix, where the gap between 1st and 2nd was 0.011 seconds.
  3. ^ Pritchard, Anthony (1972). The Motor Racing Year No3. ISBN 0393085023. 


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