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Lucien Bianchi, F1 driver


10 November 1934
30 March 1969 (34)
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3rd (1968 Monaco Grand Prix)
12th (1968 Belgian Grand Prix)
6 (0.3 points per race avg)
13 (68.4%)
1959 Monaco Grand Prix
1968 Mexican Grand Prix

about Lucien Bianchi

Lucien Bianchi (10 November 1934 – 30 March 1969), born Luciano Bianchi, was an Italian-Belgian racing driver who raced for the Cooper, ENB, UDT Laystall and Scuderia Centro Sud teams in Formula One. He entered a total of 19 Formula One World Championship races, scoring six points and had a best finish of third at the 1968 Monaco Grand Prix.

He died in a testing crash in preparation for the 1969 24 Hours of Le Mans.

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1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1968,

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season teammate
1959 Jack Brabham
Maurice Trintignant
Bruce McLaren
Stirling Moss
Masten Gregory
Ivor Bueb
Alain de Changy
Jean Lucienbonnet
Henry Taylor
Peter Ashdown
Jack Fairman
Mike Taylor
Keith Greene
Bill Moss
Trevor Taylor
Tim Parnell
Giorgio Scarlatti
Harry Schell
Cooper-Climax compare 1959
1960 Bruce McLaren
Maurice Trintignant
Harry Schell
Jack Brabham
Stirling Moss
Tony Brooks
Roy Salvadori
Chris Bristow
Bruce Halford
Henry Taylor
Carel Godin de Beaufort
Olivier Gendebien
Chuck Daigh
Jack Fairman
Lance Reventlow
Piero Drogo
Wolfgang Seidel
Vic Wilson
Arthur Owen
Phil Hill
Ron Flockhart
Cooper-Climax compare 1960
1961 Olivier Gendebien
André Pilette
Stirling Moss
Cliff Allison
Jim Clark
Michael May
Innes Ireland
Henry Taylor
Trevor Taylor
Ian Burgess
Willy Mairesse
Tony Marsh
Wolfgang Seidel
Juan Manuel Bordeu
Tony Maggs
Tim Parnell
Gerry Ashmore
Masten Gregory
Ernesto Prinoth
Peter Ryan
Jim Hall
Lloyd Ruby
Ken Miles
Emeryson compare 1961
1962 Trevor Taylor
Jim Clark
Innes Ireland
Masten Gregory
Jack Brabham
Maurice Trintignant
Jo Siffert
Nino Vaccarella
John Campbell-Jones
Carlo Abate
Jay Chamberlain
Tony Shelly
Gerry Ashmore
Ernesto Prinoth
Roger Penske
Rob Schroeder
Jim Hall
Neville Lederle
Ernie Pieterse
Gary Hocking
Syd van der Vyver
Sam Tingle
Lotus-Climax compare 1962
1963 Maurice Trintignant
Chris Amon
Bob Anderson
John Campbell-Jones
Mike Hailwood
Masten Gregory
Lola compare 1963
1965 Graham Hill
Jackie Stewart
Masten Gregory
Roberto Bussinello
Giorgio Bassi
BRM compare 1965
1968 Ludovico Scarfiotti
Brian Redman
Vic Elford
Johnny Servoz-Gavin
Robin Widdows
Cooper-BRM compare 1968


Last week, Renault driver Daniel Ricciardo listed Bianchi as one of his most underrated rivals, and suggested that the Frenchman would have been as big a star at Ferrari as?Leclerc?has become, were it not for his death as the result of injuries sustained in a crash at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix.
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Bianchi looked on course to land a future seat with Ferrari after impressing as part of its young driver academy and while racing for the backmarker Marussia team in F1.
Bianchi scored the first points in Marussia's four-year history at the 2014 Monaco Grand Prix, finishing ninth in what is widely regarded as one of the great underdog displays in recent F1 history.
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