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Hari Ini Dalam Sejarah Formula 1

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 Author| Post time 13-4-2013 01:10 PM | Show all posts
March 28th

1971 - Mario Andretti (Ferrari) won the non-championship Questor Grand Prix held in Ontario Motor Speedway. That was his 2nd and last win of the year, having won the opening race of the season which was the South African Grand Prix, held three weeks earlier.

1976 - Clay Regazzoni (Ferrari) was untouchable as he led every single lap on his way to a dominant win at the United States Grand Prix West held at Long Beach. Niki Lauda passed Patrick Depailler (Tyrrell) on lap 5 and went on to complete a Ferrari 1-2. Depailler did complete the podium, but only after he recovered from a spin which dropped him to 7th. After his mistake he quickly got passed Jean-Pierre Jarier (Shadow) and Ronnie Peterson (March) and then benefited from Tom Pryce's (Shadow) and Jody Scheckter's (Tyrrell) retirements. This was Regazzoni's 4th career win. Meanwhile, Emerson Fittipaldi finished in 6th and thus secured a maiden point for his very own Coopersucar team. In the championship race Lauda further extended his lead, he was now 14 points ahead of Depailler, with the race winner now in 3rd a further point behind.

1993 - Ayrton Senna (McLaren) won the Brazilian Grand Prix held at Interlagos. Alain Prost (Williams) was the pole-sitter and early leader while Damon Hill (Williams) passed Senna for 2nd early on. Afterwards it's gone worse for Senna as he received a drive through penalty for lapping under yellow flags. But then the rain appeared, causing crashes and the appearance of the safety car. Everyone, except for Prost pitted for wets. That turned out to be a bad decision as the rain got heavier and thus a few laps later Prost lost control and collected Christian Fittipaldi (Minardi) taking them both out. After the restart when the track began to dry it was a time for slicks. Michael Schumacher (Benetton) fell out of contention for the win when his car fell off its jacks. Shortly after the pit stop exchange Senna caught Hill, passed him and went on to win. This was Senna's 37th career win. It was also the first F1 podium finish for Damon Hill. Meanwhile, Alessandro Zanardi (Lotus) finished in 6th and scored his first and only ever point. With Prost failing to finish Senna became the new championship leader, 6 points ahead of Prost.

2010 - Jenson Button (McLaren) won the Australian Grand Prix after he was the first to switch to slicks, a decision that proved to be the call of the race. The race started on the damp circuit with Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull Racing) in the lead, but he remained there only until lap 25 when he retired with a torque drive failure. Thus, Jenson Button, who after making a risky call was doing laps way faster than anyone else inherited the lead when other pitted and went on to win. Robert Kubica (Renault) finished in 2nd after Red Bull kept Mark Webber on intermediates for too long dropping him out of contention. Felipe Massa (Ferrari) completed the podium after in an alternative strategy move Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) and Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) chose to stop from 3rd and 4th, but when they caught up with the bunch they suffered from tire degradation and were unable to regain the placings. That was Button's 8th career win and his first for McLaren. Fernando Alonso (Ferrari, 4th in the race) still led the championship from Massa, but now only by 4 points with Button now in 3rd, 6 points behind.
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