Formula 1 1975 Spanish Grand Prix

data

1975-04-27
4
Montjuïc
Jochen Mass
Niki Lauda

The 1975 Spanish Grand Prix was won by Jochen Mass of McLaren.
Despite being on pole position in Spain, Niki Lauda could not convert this into a win.
Lauda was forced to retire in lap 1 due to: Accident.

The race in Spain was round 4 of 14 of the 1975 season.

 

results

# driver constructor laps time points
1 29 42:53.7 4.5
2 29 +1.1 3
3 28 +1 Lap 2
4 28 +1 Lap 1.5
5 28 +1 Lap 1
6 27 +2 Laps 0.5
7 27 +2 Laps 0
8 26 +3 Laps 0
25 Accident 0
25 Accident 0
25 Not classified 0
23 Suspension 0
23 Accident 0
20 Transmission 0
18 Not classified 0
16 Suspension 0
7 Fuel system 0
6 Accident 0
3 Accident 0
3 Accident 0
3 Engine 0
1 Withdrew 0
1 Accident 0
1 Withdrew 0
0 Withdrew 0
0 Accident 0

grid

# driver constructor time
1 Niki Lauda Ferrari
2 Clay Regazzoni Ferrari
3 James Hunt Hesketh
4 Mario Andretti Parnelli
5 Vittorio Brambilla March
6 John Watson Surtees
7 Patrick Depailler Tyrrell
8 Tom Pryce Shadow-Ford
9 Rolf Stommelen Lola
10 Jean-Pierre Jarier Shadow-Ford
11 Jochen Mass McLaren
12 Ronnie Peterson Team Lotus
13 Jody Scheckter Tyrrell
14 Carlos Pace Brabham
15 Carlos Reutemann Brabham
16 Jacky Ickx Team Lotus
17 Mark Donohue Penske
18 Tony Brise Williams
19 Roelof Wunderink Ensign
20 Alan Jones Hesketh
21 Wilson Fittipaldi Fittipaldi
22 François Migault Lola
23 Bob Evans BRM
24 Lella Lombardi March
25 Arturo Merzario Williams
26 Emerson Fittipaldi McLaren

1975 Spanish Grand Prix

The 1975 Spanish Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Montjuïc circuit on 27 April 1975. It was race 4 of 14 in both the 1975 World Championship of Drivers and the 1975 International Cup for Formula One Manufacturers. It is one of the most controversial and tragic race weekends in the sport's history after the death of five spectators who were hit by the crashing Hill GH1 of Rolf Stommelen. It was also the race in which Lella Lombardi became the first and so far only woman to score points towards the World Championship and future world champion Alan Jones made his first start.

It was the 21st Spanish Grand Prix since the race was first held in 1913. It was the fourth, and last, Grand Prix to be held on the Montjuïc street circuit. The race was shortened to 29 of its scheduled 75 laps, a race distance of 109 kilometres. The race was won by German driver Jochen Mass driving a McLaren M23. It would be the only Formula One win of his career. Mass had just a second lead over the Lotus 72E of Belgian driver Jacky Ickx when the race was declared. Argentine racer Carlos Reutemann was declared third in his Brabham BT44B, a lap behind the race leaders after a penalty was given to Jean-Pierre Jarier. This was the final win by a German driver until Michael Schumacher won the 1992 Belgian Grand Prix.


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