Formula 1 1971 Italian Grand Prix

data

1971-09-05
9
Autodromo Nazionale di Monza
Peter Gethin
Chris Amon

The 1971 Italian Grand Prix was won by Peter Gethin of BRM. Ronnie Peterson was a very close secondwith François Cevert also not far behind.
Despite being on pole position in Italy, Chris Amon could not convert this into a win.

The race in Italy was round 9 of 11 of the 1971 season.

 

results

# driver constructor laps time points
1 55 1:18:12.60 9
2 55 +0.01 6
3 55 +0.09 4
4 55 +0.18 3
5 55 +0.61 2
6 55 +32.36 1
7 55 +1:24.83 0
8 54 +1 Lap 0
9 53 +2 Laps 0
10 51 +4 Laps 0
47 Not classified 0
47 Gearbox 0
41 Engine 0
40 Suspension 0
33 Engine 0
17 Engine 0
15 Engine 0
15 Engine 0
11 Electrical 0
5 Suspension 0
5 Suspension 0
3 Engine 0
3 Engine 0
0 Accident 0

grid

# driver constructor time
1 Chris Amon Matra
2 Jacky Ickx Ferrari
3 Jo Siffert BRM
4 Howden Ganley BRM
5 François Cevert Tyrrell
6 Ronnie Peterson March-Ford
7 Jackie Stewart Tyrrell
8 Clay Regazzoni Ferrari
9 Tim Schenken Brabham
10 Henri Pescarolo March-Ford
11 Peter Gethin BRM
12 Helmut Marko BRM
13 Jackie Oliver McLaren
14 Graham Hill Brabham
15 John Surtees Surtees
16 Mike Beuttler March-Ford
17 Mike Hailwood Surtees
18 Emerson Fittipaldi Lotus-Pratt & Whitney
19 Nanni Galli March-Ford
20 Andrea de Adamich March-Alfa Romeo
21 Jo Bonnier McLaren
22 Silvio Moser Bellasi
23 Rolf Stommelen Surtees
24 Jean-Pierre Jarier March-Ford

1971 Italian Grand Prix

The 1971 Italian Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Monza on 5 September 1971. It was race 9 of 11 in both the 1971 World Championship of Drivers and the 1971 International Cup for Formula One Manufacturers.

This race featured the closest finish in Formula One history, as Peter Gethin beat Ronnie Peterson by 0.01 seconds. The top five were covered by just 0.61 seconds, with François Cevert finishing third, Mike Hailwood fourth and Howden Ganley fifth. With an average speed of 242.615 km/h (150.754 mph), this race stood as the fastest-ever Formula One race for 32 years, until the 2003 Italian Grand Prix at Monza.


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