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Siegfried Stohr, F1 driver


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7th (1981 Dutch Grand Prix)
13th (1981 Belgian Grand Prix)
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1981 United States Grand Prix West
1981 Italian Grand Prix


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about Siegfried Stohr

Siegfried Stohr (born October 10, 1952 in Rimini) is a former racing driver from Italy. He participated in 13 Formula One World Championship Grands Prix, debuting on March 15, 1981. He scored no championship points.

Stohr won the Italian Formula Three Championship in 1978 driving a Chevron and progressed to Formula two for 1979 where he took second places at Vallelunga and Pau, with a Chevron before switching with less success to a March. For 1980 he joined Alan Docking Racing, driving a Toleman, and finished fourth in the championship with one win, at Enna.

Stohr joined Arrows for the 1981 Formula One season, as teammate to Riccardo Patrese. Patrese proved considerably faster than Stohr, who struggled in his first few races. Just as Stohr began to improve, he was involved in a start-line accident at the 1981 Belgian Grand Prix; after Patrese had stalled his engine, his mechanic Dave Luckett ran onto the grid to try to restart it, expecting the start to be aborted. But it went ahead, and Stohr crashed into the back of Patrese's car, seriously injuring Luckett. Stohr's confidence was badly affected by the accident, and his performance throughout the rest of the season deteriorated, along with that of his team, relative to their rivals. Stohr retired after the end of the season.

A psychology graduate at the University of Padua, Stohr started a racing school and safe driving academy at the Misano circuit in 1982. In the 1990s he became a regular columnist for the Italian motorsport weekly Autosprint. He also wrote columns about driving safety in several publications.

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1981 Riccardo Patrese
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