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German
1 January 1951 (73)
Marcel Balsa (1 January 1909)
Hap Sharp (1 January 1928)
Carlo Franchi (1 January 1938)
Jacky Ickx (1 January 1945)
Jean-Marc Gounon (1 January 1963)
Zsolt Baumgartner (1 January 1981)

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3rd
2nd (1977 United States Grand Prix)
6
81
74
29 (0.4 points per race avg)
55 (67.9%)
1974 Argentine Grand Prix
1979 United States Grand Prix

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about Hans-Joachim Stuck

Hans-Joachim Stuck (born 1 January 1951), nicknamed "Strietzel", is a German racing driver who has competed in Formula One and many other categories.


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seasons

1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979,

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grid positions

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teams & teammates Hans-Joachim Stuck

season teammate
1974 Howden Ganley
James Hunt
Vittorio Brambilla
Reine Wisell
Mike Wilds
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1975 Vittorio Brambilla
Lella Lombardi
Mark Donohue
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1976 Lella Lombardi
Vittorio Brambilla
Ronnie Peterson
Arturo Merzario
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1977 Ian Scheckter
Alex Ribeiro
Brett Lunger
Boy Lunger
Brian Henton
Patrick Nève
Arturo Merzario
Bernard de Dryver
Mikko Kozarowitzky
Andy Sutcliffe
Michael Bleekemolen
Carlos Pace
John Watson
Giorgio Francia
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1978 Clay Regazzoni
Danny Ongais
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