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personalia

Argentine
12 April 1942 (79)
Eugène Chaboud (12 April 1907)
Robert Manzon (12 April 1917)
Corrado Fabi (12 April 1961)

statistics

12 (8.2%)
45 (30.8%)
6 (4.1%)
0 (0%)
1st
11
146
146
310 (2.1 points per race avg)
49 (33.6%)
1972 Argentine Grand Prix
1982 Brazilian Grand Prix

about Carlos Reutemann

Carlos Alberto Reutemann (born April 12, 1942), nicknamed "Lole", is an Argentine former racing driver who raced in Formula One from 1972 through 1982, and later became a politician in his native province of Santa Fe, for the Justicialist Party, and governor of Santa Fe in Argentina.

As a racing driver, Reutemann was among Formula One's leading protagonists between 1972 and 1982. He scored 12 Grand Prix wins and six pole positions. In 1981 he finished second in the World Drivers' Championship by one point, having been overtaken in the last race of the season. He became the second Formula One driver after Leo Kinnunen to be at the podium of a World Rally Championship event, when he finished third in the 1980 and 1985 editions of Rally Argentina. He was also for three decades the only Formula One driver to score drivers' championship points in both F1 and WRC, until Kimi Räikkönen's eighth place at the 2010 Jordan Rally.

As a popular governor and a senator, he has been considered by some, on several occasions, to be a worthy candidate for President, but while he considered running for president in the 2011 Argentine general election he declined to do so.


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seasons

1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982,

finishing positions

grid positions

teams & teammates

season teammate
1972 Graham Hill
Wilson Fittipaldi
Brabham compare 1972
1973 Wilson Fittipaldi
Andrea de Adamich
John Watson
Rolf Stommelen
Brabham compare 1973
1974 John Watson
Richard Robarts
Rikky von Opel
Teddy Pilette
Gérard Larrousse
Carlos Pace
Lella Lombardi
Helmuth Koinigg
Carlo Facetti
Ian Ashley
Eppie Wietzes
Brabham compare 1974
1975 Carlos Pace
Brabham compare 1975
1976 Carlos Pace
Rolf Stommelen
Larry Perkins
Niki Lauda
Clay Regazzoni
Brabham-Alfa Romeo compare 1976
1977 Niki Lauda
Gilles Villeneuve
Ferrari compare 1977
1978 Gilles Villeneuve
Ferrari compare 1978
1979 Mario Andretti
Hector Rebaque
Team Lotus compare 1979
1980 Alan Jones
Rupert Keegan
Desiré Wilson
Kevin Cogan
Geoff Lees
Williams compare 1980
1981 Alan Jones
Williams compare 1981
1982 Keke Rosberg
Mario Andretti
Derek Daly
Williams compare 1982

news

In 1974, Argentina's Reutemann scored his first Grand Prix win, at Kyalami in South Africa. It was significant not only as the first Formula 1 World Championship triumph for a Brabham since 1970, but also the first victory for a Gordon Murray-designed F1 car – by happy coincidence, in Murray's original home country.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Race of my life: Carlos Reutemann on the 1974 ...

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Race: 1974 South African GP, KyalamiCar: Brabham BT44<br>After the 1974 Argentinian and Brazilian Grands Prix, some of us went to South Africa to test – there was a non-points race at Brands Hatch in between, with temperatures 30C less than in South Africa – prior to the GP there.<br>It was a very picturesque venue, the place where some of the teams stayed was Kyalami Ranch, near the circuit ...

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The Argentine motorsport great’s condition had deteriorated in the last couple of days after he suffered further issues with hemorrhaging while in the intensive care unit of a health center in the city of Santa Fe, Argentina. <br>The former F1 driver and current Senator in Argentina had been hospitalized on May 30 and was moved to the ICU on June 21, remaining there ever ...

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Reutemann's condition has deteriorated after he suffered further issues with haemorrhaging while in the intensive care unit of a health centre in the city of Santa Fe, Argentina.<br>Runner-up in the 1981 F1 world championship, Reutemann had been hospitalised on 5 May with anaemia and dehydration, but his condition worsened due to previous issues with gastrointestinal bleeding and deteriorating ...

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Earlier this month Reutemann was admitted to the intensive care unit of a local hospital in his hometown of Santa Fe after suffering a digestive haemorrhage.<br>Four days later doctors decided to transfer him via helicopter to a different facility in Rosario, 170 kilometres down the road, due to a new episode of internal bleeding.<br>Following several procedures Reutemann's condition ...

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Reutemann was transferred from the Santa Fe Hospital to Rosario's Sanatorio Parque earlier this month after repeated episodes of internal bleeding due to a digestive haemorrhage.<br>The 79-year-old was reported stable on Monday but then suffered another haemorrhage the following day, after which it was decided to perform an enteroscopy.<br>An improvement in Reutemann’s condition was reported on ...

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Last Friday Reutemann, who finished runner-up to Nelson Piquet in the 1981 F1 world championship, was transferred from the Santa Fe hospital to a different hospital in Rosario after repeated episodes of internal bleeding due to a digestive haemorrhage.<br>Reutemann, who has been treated at the intensive care section of Rosario's Sanatorio Parque ever since, was reported as stable on ...

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The 79-year-old politician, who finished runner-up to Nelson Piquet in the 1981 F1 world championship, was admitted to the Sanatorio Santa Fe on Wednesday after suffering a digestive haemorrhage.<br>On Friday, the Santa Fe hospital reported the serving Argentinian senator's condition was "clinically stable, with acceptable haemodynamic parameters".<br>But after a new episode of internal bleeding ...

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In 1974, Argentina's Reutemann scored his first Grand Prix win, at Kyalami in South Africa. It was significant not only as the first Formula 1 World Championship triumph for a Brabham since 1970, but also the first victory for a Gordon Murray-designed F1 car – by happy coincidence, in Murray's original home country.<br>The fact that Reutemann should find success early in his third season at ...

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