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Formula Pacific

Formula Pacific

1977 New Zealand Formula Pacific

The championship moved to the Formula Atlantic format for 1977 but was branded Formula Pacific due to local trademarks. The series was sponsored by Peter Stuyvesant. The points system used for the championship was as follows: 9-6-4-3-2-1 for the top 6 drivers in each race.

Car & Team

Races

Final Standings

Formula Pacific

1978 New Zealand Formula Pacific

The championship was again sponsored by Peter Stuyvesant and the rounds were doubled at each track to expand from 5 races (1977) to 10 races (1978). The points system used for the championship was: 9-6-4-3-2-1 for the top 6 drivers.

Car & Team

Races

Final Standings

Formula Pacific (Non-Championship)

1978  Macau Grand Prix 

For the 1978 race Keke joined the Marlboro backed Bob Harper Racing team. In the early stages he competed strongly battling with eventual winner Riccardo Patrese, before a blown engine forced his retirement. This would be Keke's first and only entry for the famous junior single-seater race.

Car & Team

Race

Formula Mondial / Formula Pacific

1984 XLIX Australian Grand Prix (Non-Championship)

This was the forty ninth Australian Grand Prix and the last held prior to it becoming a permanent round of the F1 World Championship in 1985. Although only a national event, the grid was able to boast other established F1 drivers including Niki Lauda, Roberto Moreno and Andrea de Cesaris.

Car & Team

Race

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