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about Ensign

Ensign was a Formula One constructor from Britain. They participated in 133 grands prix, entering a total of 155 cars. Ensign scored 19 championship points and no podium finishes. The best result was a 4th place at the 1981 Brazilian Grand Prix by Marc Surer, who also took fastest lap of the race.

Ensign was founded by Morris Nunn who also carried out design duties during the first two seasons of the team's existence. Nunn would later go on to be a prominent chief engineer in the American-based Champ Car series, winning championships with drivers Alex Zanardi and Juan Pablo Montoya in the late 1990s.

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1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982,

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drivers who drove for Ensign

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1 Rikky von Opel
2 Vern Schuppan
3 Mike Wilds
4 Roelof Wunderink
5 Gijs van Lennep
6 Chris Amon
7 Patrick Nève
8 Hans Binder
9 Jacky Ickx
10 Clay Regazzoni
11 Patrick Tambay
12 Danny Ongais
13 Lamberto Leoni
14 Derek Daly
15 Geoff Lees
16 Harald Ertl
17 Nelson Piquet
18 Brett Lunger
19 Patrick Gaillard
20 Marc Surer
21 Tiff Needell
22 Jan Lammers
23 Ricardo Londoño
24 Eliseo Salazar
25 Roberto Guerrero

Ensign news

Known to everyone in the sport as 'Mo', he ran some of the greatest drivers of the past 40 years, including Chris Amon, Jacky Ickx, Clay Regazzoni, Mario Andretti, Emerson Fittipaldi, Alex Zanardi and Juan Pablo Montoya.Quietly spoken and noted for his down-to-earth approach, Nunn was admired and respected by all who worked with him. ...

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