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Belgian
13 October 1949
12 March 2017 (67)
Piero Dusio (13 October 1899)

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7th (1977 Italian Grand Prix)
19th (1976 Belgian Grand Prix)
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5 (38.5%)
1976 Belgian Grand Prix
1977 Canadian Grand Prix

about Patrick Nève

Patrick Marie Ghislain Pierre Simon Stanislas Nève de Mévergnies (13 October 1949 – 12 March 2017) was a Belgian racing driver. He participated in 14 Formula One Grands Prix, debuting on 16 May 1976. He was notable for being the very first driver for Williams Grand Prix Engineering. He scored no championship points. His younger brother, Guy, was also a racing driver.


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1976, 1977,

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teams & teammates

season teammate
1976 Emilio de Villota
Loris Kessel
Jac Nelleman
Damien Magee
Lella Lombardi
Bob Evans
Chris Amon
Hans Binder
Jacky Ickx
Brabham-Ford compare 1976
1977 Alex Ribeiro
Ian Scheckter
Hans-Joachim Stuck
Brett Lunger
Boy Lunger
Brian Henton
Arturo Merzario
Bernard de Dryver
Mikko Kozarowitzky
Andy Sutcliffe
Michael Bleekemolen
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