Formula 1 1976 Dutch Grand Prix

data

1976-08-29
12
Circuit Park Zandvoort
James Hunt
Ronnie Peterson

The 1976 Dutch Grand Prix was won by James Hunt of McLaren. Clay Regazzoni was a very close second.
Despite being on pole position in Netherland, Ronnie Peterson could not convert this into a win.
Peterson was forced to retire in lap 52 due to: Oil pressure.

The race in Netherland was round 12 of 16 of the 1976 season.

 

results

# driver constructor laps time points
1 75 1:44:52.09 9
2 75 +0.92 6
3 75 +2.09 4
4 75 +6.94 3
5 75 +22.46 2
6 75 +45.03 1
7 75 +56.28 0
8 74 +1 Lap 0
9 74 +1 Lap 0
10 74 +1 Lap 0
11 74 +1 Lap 0
12 72 +3 Laps 0
66 Electrical 0
63 Halfshaft 0
53 Oil leak 0
53 Oil leak 0
52 Oil pressure 0
49 Spun off 0
47 Gearbox 0
44 Accident 0
40 Electrical 0
11 Clutch 0
10 Accident 0
9 Engine 0
9 Engine 0
5 Accident 0
0 Did not qualify 0

grid

# driver constructor time
1 Ronnie Peterson March
2 James Hunt McLaren
3 Tom Pryce Shadow
4 John Watson Penske
5 Clay Regazzoni Ferrari
6 Mario Andretti Team Lotus
7 Vittorio Brambilla March
8 Jody Scheckter Tyrrell
9 Carlos Pace Brabham-Alfa Romeo
10 Jacques Laffite Ligier
11 Jacky Ickx Ensign
12 Carlos Reutemann Brabham-Alfa Romeo
13 Gunnar Nilsson Team Lotus
14 Patrick Depailler Tyrrell
15 Jochen Mass McLaren
16 Alan Jones Surtees
17 Emerson Fittipaldi Fittipaldi
18 Conny Andersson Surtees
19 Larry Perkins Boro
20 Jean-Pierre Jarier Shadow
21 Boy Lunger Penske
22 Henri Pescarolo Surtees
23 Arturo Merzario Wolf
24 Harald Ertl Hesketh
25 Rolf Stommelen Hesketh
26 Hans-Joachim Stuck March

1976 Dutch Grand Prix

The 1976 Dutch Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Circuit Zandvoort on 29 August 1976. It was won by British driver James Hunt driving a McLaren M23 on his 29th birthday.

The weekend was marred by the death of track marshal Ron Lenderink during a touring car support race. He was 29.


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