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Formula One World Championship: Second placed Jody Scheckter Tyrrell talks with Niki Lauda Ferrari, who suffered a life-threatening accident in the race Featured British GP World Champions Print

Formula One World Championship: Second placed Jody Scheckter Tyrrell talks with Niki Lauda Ferrari, who suffered a life-threatening accident in the race

(L to R): Second placed Jody Scheckter (RSA) Tyrrell talks with Niki Lauda (AUT) Ferrari, who suffered a life-threatening accident in the race; and race winner James Hunt (GBR), McLaren.
German Grand Prix, Rd 10, Nurburgring, Germany, 1 August 1976

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Formula One World Championship: Graham Hill Lotus Cosworth 49B, leads pole position man Jo Siffert in a similar Rob Walker Racing entered car Featured British GP World Champions Print

Formula One World Championship: Graham Hill Lotus Cosworth 49B, leads pole position man Jo Siffert in a similar Rob Walker Racing entered car

Graham Hill (GBR) Lotus Cosworth 49B, leads pole position man Jo Siffert (SUI) in a similar Rob Walker Racing entered car and Jackie Stewart (GBR) Matra Cosworth MS10. Hill took victory and with it clinched his second World Championship title.
Mexican Grand Prix, Rd12, Mexico City, Mexico, 3 November 1968.
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Formula One World Championship: At the end of the race Teddy Mayer, McLaren Team Manager, centre, attempts to slow down James Hunt, McLaren M23 Featured British GP World Champions Print

Formula One World Championship: At the end of the race Teddy Mayer, McLaren Team Manager, centre, attempts to slow down James Hunt, McLaren M23

At the end of the race Teddy Mayer (USA), McLaren Team Manager, centre, attempts to slow down James Hunt (GBR), McLaren M23, to signal that he had finished the race in third place and that he was now the 1976 Formula One World Champion. Hunt, who needed to finish fourth or higher to take the title, finished the race angry and unaware of his situation after a late race puncture had dropped him to fifth place.
Japanese Grand Prix, Rd16, Fuji, Japan, 24 October 1976

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