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about Shadow

Shadow Racing Cars was a Formula One and sports car racing team, founded and initially based in the United States although later Formula One operations were run from Britain. The team held an American licence from 1973 to 1975 and a British licence from 1976 to 1980, thus becoming the first constructor to officially change its nationality. Their only F1 victory was achieved as a British team.

source: Wikipedia


1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980,

finishing positions

grid positions

driver championships

constructor championships


# event driver
1 1977 Austrian Grand Prix round 12 Alan Jones

pole positions

# event driver

drivers who drove for Shadow

# driver
1 George Follmer
2 Jackie Oliver
3 Graham Hill
4 Brian Redman
5 Peter Revson
6 Jean-Pierre Jarier
7 Bertil Roos
8 Tom Pryce
9 Mike Wilds
10 Renzo Zorzi
11 Alan Jones
12 Riccardo Patrese
13 Arturo Merzario
14 Clay Regazzoni
15 Hans-Joachim Stuck
16 Danny Ongais
17 Elio de Angelis
18 Jan Lammers
19 Dave Kennedy
20 Stefan Johansson
21 Geoff Lees

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