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March, F1 constructor

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3 (0.6%)
2 (0.2%)
5 (1%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
148 (0.1 points per race avg)
0 (0%)
315 (30.1%)
1970 South African Grand Prix
1992 Australian Grand Prix

about March

March Engineering was a Formula One constructor and manufacturer of customer racing cars from the United Kingdom. Although only moderately successful in Grand Prix competition, March racing cars enjoyed much better achievement in other categories of competition, including Formula Two, Formula Three, IndyCar and IMSA GTP sportscar racing.

source: Wikipedia


1970, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1981, 1982, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1992,

finishing positions

grid positions

driver championships

constructor championships

drivers who drove for March

# driver
1 Jackie Stewart
2 Jo Siffert
3 Johnny Servoz-Gavin
4 Mario Andretti
5 Chris Amon
6 Ronnie Peterson
7 François Cevert
8 Hubert Hahne
9 Henri Pescarolo
10 Niki Lauda
11 Rolf Stommelen
12 Carlos Pace
13 Mike Beuttler
14 Skip Barber
15 Jean-Pierre Jarier
16 James Hunt
17 David Purley
18 Reine Wisell
19 Roger Williamson
20 Howden Ganley
21 Hans-Joachim Stuck
22 Vittorio Brambilla
23 Mike Wilds
24 Lella Lombardi
25 Mark Donohue
26 Arturo Merzario
27 Ian Scheckter
28 Alex Ribeiro
29 Brett Lunger
30 Boy Lunger
31 Brian Henton
32 Patrick Nève
33 Bernard de Dryver
34 Mikko Kozarowitzky
35 Andy Sutcliffe
36 Michael Bleekemolen
37 Derek Daly
38 Eliseo Salazar
39 Jochen Mass
40 Raul Boesel
41 Emilio de Villota
42 Rupert Keegan
43 Ivan Capelli
44 Maurício Gugelmin
45 Karl Wendlinger
46 Paul Belmondo
47 Emanuele Naspetti
48 Jan Lammers

March news

Taking place at Ifema Madrid, a primary event space in the Spanish capital, the F1 exhibition will open on 24 March and run until 16 July, offering fans a ?stunning adventure through the extraordinary world of Formula 1.?
The exhibition is being produced by F1 in partnership with Round Room Live, an entertainment company specialising in travelling exhibitions.
The 90-minute exhibition ...

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In the interest of cost saving, testing has been restricted to just three days in 2021, which means one and a half days of running for each driver.
The test was originally expected to be held in Barcelona on March 2-4.
However, as soon as it became clear some weeks ago that Australia would be postponed and Bahrain would become the opening race, teams agreed that it would be logical to hold ...

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