Formula 1 1973 Monaco Grand Prix

data

1973-06-03
6
Circuit de Monaco
Jackie Stewart
Jackie Stewart

The 1973 Monaco Grand Prix was won by Jackie Stewart of Tyrrell.

The race in Monaco was round 6 of 15 of the 1973 season.

 

results

# driver constructor laps time points
1 78 1:57:44.3 9
2 78 +1.3 6
3 77 +1 Lap 4
4 77 +1 Lap 3
5 76 +2 Laps 2
6 76 +2 Laps 1
7 75 +3 Laps 0
8 75 +3 Laps 0
9 73 Engine 0
10 72 +6 Laps 0
11 71 Fuel system 0
67 Gearbox 0
62 Suspension 0
58 Oil pressure 0
46 Gearbox 0
44 Halfshaft 0
41 Halfshaft 0
39 Accident 0
31 Halfshaft 0
31 Fuel leak 0
30 Halfshaft 0
24 Gearbox 0
22 Overheating 0
15 Brakes 0
3 Engine 0

grid

# driver constructor time
1 Jackie Stewart Tyrrell
2 Ronnie Peterson Team Lotus
3 Denny Hulme McLaren
4 François Cevert Tyrrell
5 Emerson Fittipaldi Team Lotus
6 Niki Lauda BRM
7 Jacky Ickx Ferrari
8 Clay Regazzoni BRM
9 Wilson Fittipaldi Brabham
10 Howden Ganley Iso Marlboro
11 Jean-Pierre Beltoise BRM
12 Chris Amon Tecno
13 Mike Hailwood Surtees
14 Jean-Pierre Jarier March
15 Peter Revson McLaren
16 Arturo Merzario Ferrari
17 Carlos Pace Surtees
18 James Hunt March
19 Carlos Reutemann Brabham
20 Mike Beuttler March
21 Nanni Galli Iso Marlboro
22 Jackie Oliver Shadow
23 David Purley March
24 Graham Hill Shadow
25 Andrea de Adamich Brabham

1973 Monaco Grand Prix

The 1973 Monaco Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Monaco on 3 June 1973. It was race 6 of 15 in both the 1973 World Championship of Drivers and the 1973 International Cup for Formula One Manufacturers.

The race was held on a heavily revised circuit, with a longer tunnel, a new section of track around the new swimming pool on the harbour front, and the Gasworks hairpin replaced by the Rascasse and Antony Noghès corners, the latter named after the founder of the race. The pits were also moved back to the start-finish straight, on a wider pit lane.

The 78-lap race was won from pole position by Scotland's Jackie Stewart, driving a Tyrrell-Ford. In the process, Stewart equalled the record of 25 Grand Prix victories set by his friend Jim Clark. Brazil's Emerson Fittipaldi finished second in a Lotus-Ford, with Swedish team-mate Ronnie Peterson third.

This was the first race for future World Champion James Hunt, driving a March-Ford entered by Hesketh Racing. Hunt suffered an engine failure in the closing stages of the race, but was classified ninth.


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