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German
30 September 1946 (77)
Cecil Green (30 September 1919)
Roberto Bonomi (30 September 1919)
Gary Hocking (30 September 1937)
Reine Wisell (30 September 1941)
Eric van de Poele (30 September 1961)
Max Verstappen (30 September 1997)

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statistics

1 (0.9%)
8 (7%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
1st (1975 Spanish Grand Prix)
4th
9
114
105
71 (0.6 points per race avg)
50 (43.9%)
1973 British Grand Prix
1982 French Grand Prix
1975 Spanish Grand Prix

about Jochen Mass

Jochen Richard Mass (born 30 September 1946) is a German former racing driver.


source: Wikipedia

seasons

1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins Jochen Mass

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1 1975 Spanish Grand Prix round 4 McLaren

pole positions Jochen Mass

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teams & teammates Jochen Mass

season teammate
1973 Mike Hailwood
Carlos Pace
Luiz Bueno
Andrea de Adamich
Surtees compare 1973
1974 Carlos Pace
Leo Kinnunen
José Dolhem
Derek Bell
Dieter Quester
Jean-Pierre Jabouille
Helmuth Koinigg
Denny Hulme
Mike Hailwood
Emerson Fittipaldi
Dave Charlton
David Hobbs
Surtees compare 1974
1975 Emerson Fittipaldi
Dave Charlton
McLaren compare 1975
1976 James Hunt
McLaren compare 1976
1977 James Hunt
Emilio de Villota
Brett Lunger
Gilles Villeneuve
Bruno Giacomelli
McLaren compare 1977
1978 Jean-Pierre Jarier
Alberto Colombo
Keke Rosberg
Hans Binder
Michael Bleekemolen
ATS compare 1978
1979 Riccardo Patrese
Arrows compare 1979
1980 Riccardo Patrese
Mike Thackwell
Manfred Winkelhock
Arrows compare 1980
1982 Raul Boesel
Emilio de Villota
Rupert Keegan
March compare 1982

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The race weekend occurred following a backdrop of controversy: FIA president Max Mosley had been exposed by a UK tabloid sting in the week leading up to the event, and some teams were calling on him to step down.On track, BMW’s Sauber era was blossoming, with Robert Kubica scoring his first career F1 pole position, just 0.027s ahead of the Ferrari of Massa. This came despite a lock-up that left ...

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The Silver Arrows camp arrived in Melbourne optimistic about taking a “huge step forward”, with Lewis Hamilton defending the W15 as an “amazing car” and not being an “evil sister”.This followed driver complaints that the team was falling back in the opening races of the new year, with Mercedes starting strongly in free practice only to regress in qualifying and the race.But Mercedes ...

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Almost one year on from revealing that he was considering legal action over F1 and the FIA’s handling of the 2008 Singapore GP ‘crashgate’ controversy, Massa has put his money where his mouth is in seeking redress.The Brazilian has sprung into action after revelations last year from then F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone that grand prix racing’s chiefs were aware early on of Nelson Piquet Jr ...

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On Monday, representatives of Massa confirmed that action has been lodged in the High Court of Justice against the three parties as the Brazilian, who missed out on the 2008 F1 drivers' title to then-McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton by one point, believes that the result of the Marina Bay race should be voided.Infamously, Renault driver Nelson Piquet Jr deliberately crashed to trigger a safety car ...

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Red Bull dominated last year, and all its rivals had hoped that a winter of development would allow them to close in on the world champion squad to make a better fight this campaign.However, a major overhaul of the Red Bull concept allowed Max Verstappen to dominate last weekend’s season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix and has created the prospect of Red Bull doing what it did not manage last year ...

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In an extremely tight Q3 field, Alonso's 1m29.542s yielded him sixth on Saturday's grid.And while he was a tantalisingly close 0.005s off fifth and just half a tenth of Mercedes' George Russell in third, Alonso was buoyed by the result because he had doubts about his AMR24's one-lap speed."It was a nice surprise to find ourselves competitive," Alonso grinned. "After winter testing we had some ...

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Massa wants to address the controversy that erupted after it emerged that Nelson Piquet had crashed deliberately at the 2008 Singapore GP, a race that proved crucial in the final outcome that saw Lewis Hamilton win the title.Domenicali was at Ferrari throughout Massa's time with the team as a junior and race driver, latterly as team principal.As the current head of F1, he is now on the other side ...

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While Lewis Hamilton is chasing a record-breaking eighth Formula 1 world championship, Felipe Massa could make things more difficult for the Mercedes driver.He has partnered with lawyers to contest a 15 year old result where Hamilton pipped Massa to the 2008 F1 crown.Massa, now retired, feels the FIA and Formula One Management failed to act on knowledge they had about the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix ...

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The Brazilian has brought in lawyers to evaluate court action over what he feels was a conspiracy that resulted in him losing the 2008 world championship to Lewis Hamilton. He believes that at the time, the FIA and FOM (Formula One Management) did not act properly on the knowledge they had about Nelson Piquet’s deliberate crash at the 2008 Singapore GP, which proved to have an influential ...

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The Brazilian driver has begun a legal process to evaluate overturning the result of the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix, which was won by Fernando Alonso after his Renault team-mate Nelson Piquet Jr. deliberately crashed. Massa lost valuable ground in the title chase to main rival Lewis Hamilton that day, after suffering a problem at a refuelling stop, and if the event is declared null and void, he ...

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Massa believes he was the victim of a conspiracy to cover up the 2008 Singapore GP Crashgate scandal in which Renault's Nelson Piquet Jr. crashed on purpose to let team-mate Fernando Alonso win.If the race result had been thrown out at the time, Massa would have claimed the drivers' championship instead of losing it to McLaren's Lewis Hamilton by one point.Massa has assembled a comprehensive legal ...

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The Mercedes driver said that the opening day of practice on Friday had been a puzzling one, as there was so little grip on offer.Speaking after ending second practice in fifth spot for Mercedes, 0.6 seconds adrift of pace-setter Max Verstappen, Russell said that it had not been a normal day of action.He suggested that the asphalt, which includes newly laid sections through Turns 3, 4 and 7, was ...

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Massa has begun a challenge against the FIA and FOM over their handling of the investigation into the 'Crashgate' controversy from the 2008 Singapore GP, which ultimately cost him the world title to Lewis Hamilton that year.The Brazilian believes that there was a conspiracy that prevented the Crashgate affair from being probed until after the world title was settled, with the FIA having become ...

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The Canadian lost the rear of his AMR23 exiting the final corner as he attempted to finish his final flying lap after the chequered flag had been waved for Q1.Stroll appeared to clip the exit kerb at the first apex to unsettle the rear axle, which projected him into the outside wall.He made heavy contact to spin across the circuit and into the path of McLaren driver Oscar Piastri, who narrowly ...

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Massa has begun a legal process to try to overturn the 2008 F1 title outcome, after believing that a conspiracy robbed him of the chance to win the crown.The Brazilian has suspicions that a cover-up by the FIA and F1 chiefs in the way it handled the Crashgate controversy from that year's Singapore Grand Prix cost him the championship.In letters before action sent to the FIA and F1, it was argued ...

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Prompted by an interview with ex-F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone earlier this year, plus archive footage of late FIA race director Charlie Whiting, Massa believes F1 and the governing body were aware of the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix ‘crashgate’ scandal in time to take action before the championship was decided.Former Ferrari and Williams racer Massa says he is developing a subsequent legal case to ...

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Although the circumstances surrounding the Crashgate controversy at the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix had been consigned to F1's history books by many, it has become a hot topic again.An interview that Bernie Ecclestone gave earlier this year suggested that knowledge of Nelson Piquet Jr.'s deliberate crash was known early enough for the FIA and FOM to take action before the 2008 title was decided – ...

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Massa is one of several former drivers employed by the F1 organisation in ambassadorial roles, with the job involving attending a certain number of races per season in logoed shirts and undertaking tasks such as meet and greets in the Paddock Club.Others to have similar arrangements are Mika Hakkinen, Jacques Villeneuve and David Coulthard.However, matters became complicated after Massa started a ...

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As originally reported by Motorsport.com, Massa’s lawyers wrote to FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem and FOM CEO Stefano Domenicali earlier this month with a Letter Before Claim setting out the details of the Brazilian driver’s legal pursuit to rectify him losing the 2008 F1 world championship.According to the document, Massa's legal team alleged the Brazilian was "the victim of a conspiracy" ...

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Last week, Massa stepped up his legal battle over losing the 2008 title by sending a Letter Before Claim addressed to F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali and FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem, setting out the details of his impending legal challenge over the result of the championship.Massa lost the title to McLaren's Lewis Hamilton by a single point but believes the result of the controversial Singapore ...

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In April, Massa signalled his intention to take legal action against the results of the 2008 F1 world championship, which he lost to McLaren's Lewis Hamilton by a single point.Massa acted on information from former F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone, who suggested that knowledge of the controversial 2008 Singapore GP 'crashgate' was available early enough for action to be taken before the result of the ...

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Bridgestone, which has been absent from F1 for 15 years, passed the technical vetting undertaken by the FIA, and has been deemed qualified to be the F1 tyre supplier following the initial tender phase.
Phase 2 is the commercial side, as the supplier is also an official partner of the F1 organisation, paying a substantial fee into the pot that is eventually split with the teams. It's not just ...

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The team delivered its best result of the 2023 season last weekend as Lewis Hamilton and George Russell finished second and third behind runaway race-winner Max Verstappen.
The result, allied to the strong pace of the W14 throughout the race, has suggested that Mercedes' revamp of its car has delivered a significant leap forward in form after months of struggling with its 'zeropod' ...

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As revealed by Motorsport.com earlier this month, Massa has been spurred into action by comments from former F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone suggesting that knowledge of the controversial 'crashgate' moment at the 2008 Singapore GP came early enough for action to be taken that season.
However, by the time that Nelson Piquet Jr.'s deliberate crash that helped Renault team-mate Fernando Alonso win ...

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A race on the famous Strip in Nevada will mark the first time that F1 and its owner Liberty Media have taken the act of race promotion in-house, rather than relying on a local third party to organise the event before the championship claims back a substantial fee.
F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has hinted that this experiment could be repeated for future new races should Vegas prove ...

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