Formula One 1975 Season

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Formula One 1975 Season


Regulations:

Engine: 1500cc (supercharged / turbocharged), 3000cc (normally aspirated)
Cylinders: 12 (maximum)
Weight:
575 kg (minimum)
Points - Driver & Constructors: 1st: 9, 2nd: 6, 3rd: 4, 4th: 3, 5th: 2, 6th: 1

1975 Grand Prix Calendar
Date
Grand Prix Circuit
Pole Position
Winner
January 12th, 1975
Argentina
Argentine GP Buenos Aires Jean-Pierre Jarier Emerson Fittipaldi
January 26th, 1975
Brazil
Brazilian GP Interlagos Jean-Pierre Jarier Carlos Pace
March 1st, 1975
South Africa
South African GP Kyalami
Carlos Pace Jody Scheckter
April 27th, 1975
Spain
Spanish GP Montjuich Park Niki Lauda Jochen Mass
May 11th, 1975
Monaco
Monaco GP Monte Carlo Niki Lauda Niki Lauda
May 25th, 1975
Belgum
Belgian GP Zolder Niki Lauda Niki Lauda
June 8th, 1975
Sweden
Swedish GP Anderstorp Vittorio Brambilla Niki Lauda
June 22nd, 1975
Netherlands
Dutch GP Zandvoort Niki Lauda James Hunt
July 6th, 1975
France
French GP Paul Ricard Niki Lauda Niki Lauda
July 19th, 1975
United Kingdom
British GP Silverstone Tom Pryce Emerson Fittipaldi
August 3rd, 1975
Germany
German GP Nürburgring Niki Lauda Carlos Reutemann
August 17th, 1975
Austria
Austrian GP Osterreichring Niki Lauda Vittorio Brambilla
September 7th, 1975
Italy
Italian GP Monza Niki Lauda Clay Regazzoni
October 5th, 1975
United States
United States GP Watkins Glen Niki Lauda Niki Lauda
 
1975 F1 Drivers
Championship
Position
Driver
Points
C
Niki Lauda
64.5
2
Emerson Fittipaldi
45
3
Carlos Reutemann
37
4
James Hunt
33
5
Clay Regazzoni
25
6
Carlos Pace
24
7
Jody Scheckter
20
8
Jochen Mass
20
1975 F1 Constructors
Championship
Position
Manufacturer
Points
C
Ferrari / Ferrari
72.5
2
Brabham / Ford
54
3
McLaren / Ford
53
4
Hesketh / Ford
33
5
Tyrrell / Ford
25
6
Shadow / Ford
9.5
7
Lotus / Ford
9
8
March / Ford
7.5

The Swedish Grand Prix



In 1975, the Martini Brabham BT HB-Fords of Carlos Reutemann and Carlos Pace appeared to have the race in their pockets at mid-distance, but Pace spun off the track and then Reutemann's tyres gave problems, allowing Austrian Niki Lauda to take an unexpected win in his Ferrari 3 I2T. The 1976 Grand Prix was one of the few races where the Tyrrell P34 six-wheelers really came into their own. The track definitely suited the cars; Scheckter won, gaining his second GP win at Anderstorp, with Depailler second as in 1974.
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