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Brazilian
6 October 1944
18 March 1977 (32)
André Pilette (6 October 1918)
Max de Terra (6 October 1918)
John Nicholson (6 October 1941)
Manfred Winkelhock (6 October 1951)

statistics

1 (1.4%)
6 (8.2%)
1 (1975 Kyalami) (1.4%)
0 (0%)
1st (1975 Brazilian Grand Prix)
6
73
71
58 (0.8 points per race avg)
36 (49.3%)
1972 South African Grand Prix
1977 South African Grand Prix

about Carlos Pace

José Carlos Pace (October 6, 1944 in São Paulo – March 18, 1977 in Mairiporã, São Paulo) was a racing driver from Brazil. He participated in 73 Formula One World Championship Grands Prix, debuting on March 4, 1972. He won one race, achieved six podiums, and scored a total of 58 championship points. He also secured one pole position.


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seasons

1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

# event constructor
1 1975 Brazilian Grand Prix round 2 Brabham

pole positions

# event constructor
1 1975 South African Grand Prix round 3 Brabham

teams & teammates

season teammate
1972 Niki Lauda
Ronnie Peterson
Henri Pescarolo
Rolf Stommelen
Mike Beuttler
Skip Barber
March compare 1972
1973 Mike Hailwood
Luiz Bueno
Andrea de Adamich
Jochen Mass
Surtees compare 1973
1974 Jochen Mass
Leo Kinnunen
José Dolhem
Derek Bell
Jean-Pierre Jabouille
Dieter Quester
Helmuth Koinigg
John Watson
Carlos Reutemann
Richard Robarts
Rikky von Opel
Teddy Pilette
Gérard Larrousse
Lella Lombardi
Carlo Facetti
Ian Ashley
Eppie Wietzes
Surtees compare 1974
1975 Carlos Reutemann
Brabham compare 1975
1976 Carlos Reutemann
Rolf Stommelen
Larry Perkins
Brabham-Alfa Romeo compare 1976
1977 John Watson
Hans-Joachim Stuck
Giorgio Francia
Brabham compare 1977

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