Formula 1 1974 Argentine Grand Prix

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1974-01-13
1
Autódromo Juan y Oscar Gálvez
Denny Hulme
Ronnie Peterson

The 1974 Argentine Grand Prix was won by Denny Hulme of McLaren.
Despite being on pole position in Argentina, Ronnie Peterson could not convert this into a win.
Peterson was forced to retire in lap 48 due to: +5 Laps.

The race in Argentina was round 1 of 15 of the 1974 season.

 

results

# driver constructor laps time points
1 53 1:41:02.01 9
2 53 +9.27 6
3 53 +20.41 4
4 53 +31.79 3
5 53 +51.84 2
6 53 +1:52.48 1
7 52 Out of fuel 0
8 52 Out of fuel 0
9 52 +1 Lap 0
10 52 +1 Lap 0
11 51 +2 Laps 0
12 49 +4 Laps 0
13 48 +5 Laps 0
45 Engine 0
36 Gearbox 0
36 Clutch 0
31 Clutch 0
31 Water leak 0
25 Engine 0
21 Suspension 0
19 Overheating 0
11 Overheating 0
10 Engine 0
1 Accident 0
0 Accident 0

grid

# driver constructor time
1 Ronnie Peterson Team Lotus
2 Clay Regazzoni Ferrari
3 Emerson Fittipaldi McLaren
4 Peter Revson Shadow
5 James Hunt March
6 Carlos Reutemann Brabham
7 Jacky Ickx Team Lotus
8 Niki Lauda Ferrari
9 Mike Hailwood McLaren
10 Denny Hulme McLaren
11 Carlos Pace Surtees
12 Jody Scheckter Tyrrell
13 Arturo Merzario Iso Marlboro
14 Jean-Pierre Beltoise BRM
15 Patrick Depailler Tyrrell
16 Jean-Pierre Jarier Shadow
17 Graham Hill Lola
18 Jochen Mass Surtees
19 Howden Ganley March
20 John Watson Brabham
21 Henri Pescarolo BRM
22 Richard Robarts Brabham
23 Hans-Joachim Stuck March
24 François Migault BRM
25 Guy Edwards Lola

1974 Argentine Grand Prix

The 1974 Argentine Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held in Buenos Aires on 13 January 1974. It was race 1 of 15 in both the 1974 World Championship of Drivers and the 1974 International Cup for Formula One Manufacturers. The 53-lap race was won by McLaren driver Denny Hulme after he started from tenth position. Niki Lauda finished second for the Ferrari team and his teammate Clay Regazzoni came in third.

For the first time, Formula One's visit to the Buenos Aires circuit saw them use the long and fast No.15 configuration, rather than the previously-used No.9 layout.


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