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Manfred Winkelhock, F1 driver


6 October 1951
12 August 1985 (33)
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5th (1982 Brazilian Grand Prix)
5th (1982 Detroit Grand Prix)
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42 (76.4%)
1980 Italian Grand Prix
1985 German Grand Prix

about Manfred Winkelhock

Manfred Winkelhock (6 October 1951 – 12 August 1985) was a German racing driver. He participated in 56 Formula One Grands Prix (with 47 starts) between 1980 and 1985, driving for Arrows, ATS, Brabham and RAM Racing, with a best finish of fifth at the 1982 Brazilian Grand Prix.

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1980, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985,

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season teammate
1980 Riccardo Patrese
Jochen Mass
Mike Thackwell
Arrows compare 1980
1982 Eliseo Salazar
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1984 Gerhard Berger
Nelson Piquet
Teo Fabi
Corrado Fabi
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1985 Philippe Alliot
Kenny Acheson
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Celebrating his 40th?birthday today, Wilkelhock is a?very successful GT driver these days, but in F1 circles he?s known?as the man who led six laps after a one-off deal to race for Spyker at the 2007 European Grand Prix.
He qualified his Spyker-Ferrari last, and started the race from the pitlane after electing to switch to wets at the end of the formation lap as it appeared rain was about ...

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