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Formula 1

Formula 1 (Non-championship)

1978 BRDC International Trophy

This would be Keke's first victory in a F1 car in only his second ever Formula One race. The race was run in torrential rain with many of the original 17 cars retiring with accidents. This was the last BRDC International Trophy to be held using non-championship Formula One rules. 

Car & Team

Team: 

Theodore Racing Hong Kong

Car: 

Theodore TR1

Engine: 

Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8

Tyres: 

Michelin

Car Number: 

32

Races

Location

Silverstone, Great Britain

Date

19-03-1978

Laps

40

Quali.

11th

Quali. Time

1m19.03

Race Result

1st

-  Winning time: 1h12m49.02

Formula 1

1978 F1 World Championship

The points system used for the championship was as follows: 9, 6, 4, 3, 2, 1 for the top 6 drivers in each race.

 

For his debut F1 season Keke would begin with the Theodore team but after they scrapped their unreliable car he moved to ATS for 3 races. He would return to Theodore after they acquired Wolf chassis' but he would again return to ATS after these were also uncompetitive.

Car & Team

Team: 

Round 3 - 7, 11 - 14:  

Theodore Racing Hong Kong 

 

Round 8 - 10, 15 & 16: 

ATS Racing Team

Car: 

Round 3 - 7:  

Theodore TR1

Round 8 - 10: 

ATS HS1

Round 11 - 13: 

Wolf WR3

Round 14: 

Wolf WR4

Round 15 & 16: 

ATS D1

Engine: 

Round 3 - 16:  

Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8

Car Number: 

Round 3 - 7, 11 - 14:  

32

 

Round 8 - 10, 15 & 16: 

10

Races

Rnd.

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

Location

Kyalami, South Africa

Long Beach, USA

Monaco, Monaco

Zolder, Belguim

Jarama, Spain

Anderstorp, Sweden

Paul Ricard, France

Brands Hatch, Great Britain

Hockenheimring, Germany

Österreichring, Austria

Zandvoort, Netherlands

Monza, Italy

Watkins Glen, USA

Montréal, Canada

Date

04-03-1978

02-04-1978

07-05-1978

21-05-1978

04-06-1978

17-06-1978

02-07-1978

16-07-1978

30-07-1978

13-08-1978

27-08-1978

10-09-1978

01-10-1978

08-10-1978

Laps

78

80

75

70

75

70

54

76

45

54

75

40

59

70

Quali.

2nd

DNPQ

DNPQ

DNQ

DNPQ

23rd

26th

22nd

19th

25th

24th

DNPQ

15th

21st

Quali. Time

1m17.62 (Q1)

1m25.785

1m33.07

1m26.01

1m21.25

1m27.560 (Q1)

1m50.09 (Q3) 

1m20.27 (Q3)

1m55.57 (Q3)

1m41.72 (Q3)

1m20.47

1m40.751

1m41.773

1m41.611

Race Result

DNF

-

-

-

-

15th

16th

DNF

10th

N/C

DNF

-

DNF

N/C

-  (lap 14) Engine

-  (lap 59) Suspension

-  (lap 21) Accident

-  (lap 21) Transmission

Points

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Final Standings

Pos.

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

=9th

=9th

...........

N/C

Driver

Mario Andretti

Ronnie Peterson

Carlos Reutemann

Niki Lauda

Patrick Depailler

John Watson

Jody Scheckter

Jacques Laffite

Gilles Villeneuve

Emerson Fittipaldi

......................................

Keke Rosberg

Points

64

51

48

44

34

25

24

19

17

17

...........

0

Wins​

6

2

4

2

1

0

0

0

1

0

...........

0

Formula 1

1979 F1 World Championship

The points system used for the championship was as follows: 9, 6, 4, 3, 2, 1 for the top 6 drivers in each race. Wolf Racing ran only a single car for the 1979 season with James Hunt completing rounds 1 to 7. Keke scored no points in the 1979 season, largely due to poor reliability.

Car & Team

Team: 

Olympus Cameras Wolf Racing 

Car: 

Round 8, 10, 13, 15:  

Wolf WR8

Round 8: 

Wolf WR7

Round 11, 12, 14, 15: 

Wolf WR9

Engine: 

Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8

Car Number: 

20

Races

Rnd.

08

09

10

11

12

13

14

15

Location

Dijon-Prenois, France

Silverstone, Great Britain

Hockenheimring, Germany

Österreichring, Austria

Zandvoort, Netherlands

Monza, Italy

Montréal, Canada

Watkins Glen, USA

Date

01-07-1979

14-07-1979

29-07-1979

12-08-1979

26-08-1979

09-09-1979

30-09-1979

07-10-1979

Laps

80

68

45

54

75

40

72

50

Quali.

16th

14th

17th

12th

8th

23rd

DNQ

12th

Quali. Time

1m10.15 (Q2)

1m14.96 (Q2)

1m52.01 (Q2)

1m36.67 (Q2)

1m17.280 (Q2)

1m38.854 (Q2)

1m35.061 (Q1) 

1m39.035

Race Result

9th

DNF

DNF

DNF

DNF

DNF

-

DNF

-  (lap 44) Fuel system

-  (lap 29) Engine

-  (lap 15) Electrics

-  (lap 33) Engine

-  (lap 41) Engine

-  (lap 22) Accident

Points

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Final Standings

Pos.

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

=6th

=6th

8th

9th

...........

N/C

Driver

Jody Scheckter

Gilles Villeneuve

Alan Jones

Jacques Laffite

Clay Regazzoni

Patrick Depailler

Carlos Reutemann

René Arnoux

John Watson

......................................

Keke Rosberg

Points

51

47

40

36

29

20

20

17

15

...........

0

Wins​

3

3

4

2

1

1

0

0

0

...........

0

Formula 1 (Non-championship)

1979 Dino Ferrari Grand Prix

This event was held in order for the Imola circuit to qualify for the F1 World Championship for the 1980 season, as an alternating host of the Italian Grand Prix with Monza. After hosting the 1980 Italian Grand Prix, Imola was given its own race in 1981. A total of 15 cars took part in the 1979 race.

Car & Team

Team: 

Walter Wolf Racing

Car: 

Wolf WR9

Engine: 

Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8

Car Number: 

20

Races

Location

Imola, Italy (San Marino)

Date

16-09-1979

Laps

40

Quali.

7th

Quali. Time

1m35.68

Race Result

6th

-  Gap: + 1m08.33

Formula 1

1980 F1 World Championship

The points system used for the championship was as follows: 9, 6, 4, 3, 2, 1 for the top 6 drivers in each race. The teammate at Fittipaldi was Emerson Fittipaldi for 1980. This was a strong year despite an inconsistent and generally slow car with Keke's scoring his first championship podium.

Car & Team

Team: 

Skol Fittipaldi Team

Car: 

Round 1 - 8:  

Fittipaldi F7

Round 9 - 14: 

Fittipaldi F8

Engine: 

Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8

Car Number: 

21

Races

Rnd.

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

11

12

13

14

Location

Buenos Aires, Argentina 

Interlagos, Brazil

Kyalami, South Africa

Long Beach, USA

Zolder, Belgium

Monaco, Monaco

Paul Ricard, France

Brands Hatch, Great Britain

Hockenheimring, Germany

Österreichring, Austria

Zandvoort, Netherlands

Imola, Italy

Montréal, Canada

Watkins Glen, USA

Date

13-01-1980

27-01-1980

01-03-1980

30-03-1980

04-05-1980

18-05-1980

29-06-1980

13-07-1980

10-08-1980

17-08-1980

31-08-1980

14-09-1980

28-09-1980

05-10-1980

Laps

53

40

78

80

72

76

54

76

45

54

72

60

70

59

Quali.

13th

15th

24th *

22nd

21st

DNQ

23rd

DNQ

8th

11th

DNQ

11th

6th

14th

Quali. Time

1m46.970 (Q1)

2m25.74

1m13.84

1m20.911

1m22.97

1m27.970

1m43.16

1m15.845 (Q2)

1m47.64

1m34.33

1m20.53

1m36.091

1m28.702

1m36.332 (Q2)

Race Result

3rd

9th

DNF

DNF

7th

-

DNF

-

DNF

16th

-

5th

9th

10th

-  (lap 58) Accident

-  (lap 58) Overheating

-  (lap 8) Accident

-  (lap 8) Wheel bearing

Points

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

0

* started 23rd

Final Standings

Pos.

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

9th

=10th

Driver

Points

Alan Jones

Nelson Piquet

Carlos Reutemann

Jacques Laffite

Didier Pironi

René Arnoux

Elio de Angelis

Jean-Pierre Jabouille

Riccardo Patrese

Keke Rosberg

67

54

42

34

32

29

13

9

7

6

Wins​

5

3

1

1

1

2

0

1

0

0

Formula 1 (Non-championship)

1980 Spanish Grand Prix 

This non-championship race was scheduled to be part of the 1980 F1 World Championship, but following the running of the race it was announced that points would not be awarded, This was due to the manufacturer teams of Ferrari, Alfa Romeo and Renault taking part in the race due to issues regarding the FISA–FOCA war.

Car & Team

Team: 

Skol Fittipaldi Team

Car: 

Fittipaldi F7

Engine: 

Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8

Car Number: 

21

Races

Location

Jarama, Spain

Date

01-06-1980

Laps

80

Quali.

18th

Quali. Time

1m15.10

Race Result

DNF

-  (lap 11) Accident

Formula Libre (Non-championship)

1981 South African Grand Prix

The race was originally scheduled to be the opening round of the 1981 F1 World Championship, but was instead run as a Formula Libre race due to the ongoing war between FISA and FOCA. All 19 cars of the FOCA teams attended but the FISA teams including Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Ligier and Renault failed to appear. As the event was under Formula Libre regulations the teams present ran illegal sliding side skirts and aerodynamic devices.

Car & Team

Team: 

Fittipaldi Automotive

Car: 

Fittipaldi F8C

Engine: 

Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8

Car Number: 

20

Races

Location

Kyalami, South Africa

Date

07-02-1981

Laps

77

Quali.

4th

Quali. Time

1m13.290

Race Result

4th

-  Gap: + 1 lap

Formula 1

1981 F1 World Championship

The points system used for the championship was as follows: 9, 6, 4, 3, 2, 1 for the top 6 drivers in each race. The teammate at Fittipaldi was Chico Serra for 1981. This was third season where Keke scored no points, largely due to poor reliability and a slow car.

Car & Team

Team: 

Fittipaldi Automotive

Car: 

Fittipaldi F8C

Engine: 

Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8

Car Number: 

20

Races

Rnd.

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

11

12

13

14

15

Location

Long Beach, USA

Jacarepaguá, Brazil

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Imola, Italy (San Marino)

Zolder, Belgium

Monaco, Monaco

Jarama, Spain

Dijon-Prenois, France

Silverstone, Great Britain

Hockenheimring, Germany

Österreichring, Austria

Zandvoort, Netherlands

Monza, Italy

Montréal, Canada

Caesars Palace, USA

Date

15-03-1981

29-03-1981

12-04-1981

03-05-1981

17-05-1981

31-05-1981

21-06-1981

05-07-1981

18-07-1981

02-08-1981

16-08-1981

30-08-1981

13-09-1981

27-09-1981

17-10-1981

Laps

80

62

53

60

70

76

80

80

68

45

53

72

52

63

75

Quali.

16th

12th

8th

15th

11th

21st

15th

17th

16th

DNQ

WD *

DNQ

DNQ

DNQ

20th

Quali. Time

1m21.001 (Q2)

1m37.981 (Q1)

1m44.191 (Q2)

1m37.459 (Q1)

1m24.460 (Q1)

1m28.436 (Q2)

1m15.924 (Q2)

1m09.350 (Q2)

1m15.165 (Q2)

1m53.280 (Q1)

-

1m23.518 (Q1)

1m40.345 (Q2)

1m34.310 (Q2)

1m20.729 (Q2)

Race Result

DNF

9th

DNF

DNF

DNF

-

12th

DNF

DNF

-

-

-

-

-

10th

-  (lap 41) Engine

-  (lap 4) Fuel system

-  (lap 14) Engine

-  (lap 10) Gearbox

 

-  (lap 11) Suspension

-  (lap 56) Suspension

 

 

 

 

 

Points

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

* Withdrawn - not enough engines

Final Standings

Pos.

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

=9th

=9th

...........

N/C

Driver

Nelson Piquet

Carlos Reutemann

Alan Jones

Jacques Laffite

Alain Prost

John Watson

Gilles Villeneuve

Elio de Angelis

René Arnoux

Héctor Rebaque

......................................

Keke Rosberg

Points

50

49

46

44

43

27

25

14

11

11

...........

0

Wins​

3

2

2

2

3

1

2

0

0

0

...........

0

Formula 1

1982 F1 World Championship

The points system used for the championship was as follows: 9, 6, 4, 3, 2, 1 for the top 6 drivers in each race. The teammates at Williams were Carlos Reutemann, Mario Andretti and Derek Daly for 1982. Read more about this season on the 1982 Season and 1982 Rivals pages.

Car & Team

Team: 

TAG Williams Team

Car: 

Round 1 - 3:  

Williams FW07C

Round 5 - 16: 

Williams FW08

Engine: 

Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8

Car Number: 

6

Races

Rnd.

01

02

03

05

06

07

08

09

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

Location

Kyalami, South Africa

Jacarepaguá, Brazil

Long Beach, USA

Zolder, Belgium

Monaco, Monaco

Detroit, USA

Montréal, Canada

Zandvoort, Netherlands

Brands Hatch, Great Britain

Paul Ricard, France

Hockenheimring, Germany

Österreichring, Austria

Dijon-Prenois, France *

Monza, Italy

Caesars Palace, USA

Date

23-01-1982

21-03-1982

04-04-1982

09-05-1982

23-05-1982

06-06-1982

13-06-1982

03-07-1982

18-07-1982

25-07-1982

08-08-1982

15-08-1982

29-08-1982

12-09-1982

01-08-1982

Laps

77

63

75.5

70

76

70

70

72

76

54

45

53

80

52

75

Quali.

7th

3rd

8th

3rd

6th

3rd

7th

7th

1st

10th

9th

6th

8th

7th

6th

Quali. Time

1m08.892

1m29.358 (Q2)

1m28.576 (Q1)

1m15.855

1m24.649

1m49.264

1m28.874

1m16.260

1m09.540

1m37.780

1m52.892

1m30.300 (Q2)

1m03.589

1m31.834

1m17.886

Race Result

5th

DSQ

2nd

2nd

DNF

4th

DNF

3rd

DNF

5th

3rd

2nd

1st

8th

5th

-  car underweight

-  (lap 64) Accident

-  (lap 52) Gearbox

 

-  (lap 50) Fuel system

Points

2

0

6

6

0

3

0

4

0

2

4

6

9

0

2

* Held as Swiss Grand Prix

Final Standings

Pos.

1st

=2nd

=2nd

4th

5th

6th

=7th

=7th

9th

10th

Driver

Keke Rosberg

Didier Pironi

John Watson

Alain Prost

Niki Lauda

René Arnoux

Patrick Tambay

Michele Alboreto

Elio de Angelis

Riccardo Patrese

Points

44

39

39

34

30

28

25

25

23

21

Wins​

1

2

2

2

2

2

1

1

1

1

Formula 1

1983 F1 World Championship

The points system used for the championship was as follows: 9, 6, 4, 3, 2, 1 for the top 6 drivers in each race. The main teammate at Williams was Jacques Laffite for 1983. Without a turbo engine for the first 14 rounds the car was slow, but Keke was still able to take the last DFV win and pole in F1.

Car & Team

Team: 

TAG Williams Team

Car: 

Round 1 - 14:  

Williams FW08C

Round 15: 

Williams FW09

Engine: 

Round 1 - 14:  

Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8

Round 15: 

Honda RA163-E 1.5 V6 Turbo

Car Number: 

1

Races

Rnd.

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

11

12

13

14

15

Location

Jacarepaguá, Brazil

Long Beach, USA

Paul Ricard, France

Imola, Italy (San Marino)

Monaco, Monaco

Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium

Detroit, USA

Montréal, Canada

Silverstone, Great Britain

Hockenheimring, Germany

Österreichring, Austria

Zandvoort, Netherlands

Monza, Italy

Brands Hatch, Great Britain

Kyalami, South Africa

Date

13-03-1983

27-03-1983

17-04-1983

01-05-1983

15-05-1983

22-05-1983

05-06-1983

12-06-1983

16-07-1983

07-08-1983

14-08-1983

28-08-1983

 11-09-1983

25-09-1983

15-10-1983

Laps

63

75

54

60

76

40

60

70

67

45

53

72

52

76

77

Quali.

1st

3rd

16th

11th

5th

9th

12th

9th

13th

12th

15th

23rd

16th

16th

6th

Quali. Time

1m34.526 (Q1)

1m27.145 (Q2)

1m42.450 (Q1)

1m35.086 (Q2)

1m26.307 (Q1)

2m07.975 (Q1)

1m47.728 (Q2)

1m31.480 (Q2)

1m13.755 (Q1)

1m55.289 (Q1)

1m35.380 (Q2)

1m20.391 (Q2)

1m35.291 (Q2)

1m14.917 (Q1)

1m07.256 (Q1)

Race Result

DSQ

DNF

5th

4th

1st

5th

2nd

4th

11th

10th

8th

DNF

11th

DNF

5th

-  2nd but push started

-  (lap 0) Collision

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-  (lap 53) Ignition

-  (lap 43) Engine

Points

0

0

2

3

9

2

6

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

Final Standings

Pos.

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

=6th

=6th

8th

9th

10th

Driver

Nelson Piquet

Alain Prost

René Arnoux

Patrick Tambay

Keke Rosberg

John Watson

Eddie Cheever

Andrea de Cesaris

Riccardo Patrese

Niki Lauda

Points

59

57

49

40

27

22

22

15

13

12

Wins​

3

4

3

1

1

1

0

0

1

0

Formula 1 (Non-championship)

1983 Race of Champions

This was the last held non-championship Formula One race. Only 13 drivers took part but the grid did consist of René Arnoux for Ferrari, Alan Jones for Arrows, John Watson for McLaren, Danny Sullivan for Tyrrell and Nigel Mansell for Lotus.

Car & Team

Team: 

TAG Williams Team

Car: 

Williams FW08C

Engine: 

Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8

Car Number: 

1

Races

Location

Brands Hatch, Great Britain

Date

10-04-1983

Laps

40

Quali.

1st

Quali. Time

1m15.766

Race Result

1st

-  Winning time: 53m15.253

Formula 1

1984 F1 World Championship

The points system used for the championship was as follows: 9, 6, 4, 3, 2, 1 for the top 6 drivers in each race. The teammate at Williams was Jacques Laffite for 1984. This was a frustrating year with reliability issues in 10 of the 16 races, despite this Keke still won a race.

Car & Team

Team: 

Williams Grand Prix Engineering

Car: 

Round 1 - 9:  

Williams FW09

Round 10 - 16: 

Williams FW09B

Engine: 

Round 1 - 9:  

Honda RA163-E 1.5 V6t

Round 10 - 16: 

Honda RA164-E 1.5 V6t

Car Number: 

6

Races

Rnd.

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

Location

Jacarepaguá, Brazil

Kyalami, South Africa

Zolder, Belgium

Imola, Italy (San Marino)

Dijon-Prenois, France

Monaco, Monaco

Montréal, Canada

Detroit, USA

Dallas, USA

Brands Hatch, Great Britain

Hockenheimring, Germany

Österreichring, Austria

Zandvoort, Netherlands

Monza, Italy

Nürburgring, Germany

Estoril, Portugal

Date

25-03-1984

07-04-1984

29-04-1984

06-05-1984

20-05-1984

03-06-1984

17-06-1984

24-06-1984

08-07-1984

22-07-1984

05-08-1984

19-08-1984

26-08-1984

09-09-1984

07-10-1984

21-10-1984

Laps

61

75

70

60

79

76

70

63

67

71

44

51

71

51

67

70

Quali.

9th

2nd

3rd

3rd

4th

10th

15th

21st

8th

5th

19th

9th

7th

6th

4th

4th

Quali. Time

1m46.970 (Q1)

2m25.74

1m13.84

1m20.911

1m22.97

1m27.970

1m43.16

1m15.845 (Q2)

1m47.64

1m34.33

1m20.53

1m36.091

1m28.702

1m36.332 (Q2)

1m20.652 (Q1)

1m22.049 (Q2)

Race Result

2nd

DNF

4th

DNF

6th

4th

DNF

DNF

1st

DNF

DNF

DNF

8th

DNF

DNF

DNF

-  (lap 51) Wheel

 

-  (lap 2) Electrical

-  (lap 31) Race stopped

-  (lap 32) Fuel system

-  (lap 47) Turbo

-  (lap 5) Engine

-  (lap 10) Electrical

-  (lap 15) Handling

-  (lap 8) Turbo

-  (lap 0) Collision

-  (lap 39) Engine

Points

6

0

3

0

1

1.5

0

0

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Final Standings

Pos.

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

=9th

=9th

Driver

Niki Lauda

Alain Prost

Elio de Angelis

Michele Alboreto

Nelson Piquet

René Arnoux

Derek Warwick

Keke Rosberg

Ayrton Senna

Nigel Mansell

Points

72

71.5

34

30.5

29

27

23

20.5

13

13

Wins​

5

7

0

1

2

0

0

0

0

0

Formula 1

1985 F1 World Championship

The points system used for the championship was as follows: 9, 6, 4, 3, 2, 1 for the top 6 drivers in each race. The teammate at Williams was Nigel Mansell for 1985. This was a strong year scoring two victories, two poles and finishing third in the championship despite failing to finish seven races.

Car & Team

Team: 

Canon Williams Honda Team

Car: 

Round 1 - 13:  

Williams FW10

Round 14 - 16: 

Williams FW10B

Engine: 

Round 1 - 5:  

Honda RA164-E 1.5 V6t

Round 6 - 16: 

Honda RA165-E 1.5 V6t

Car Number: 

6

Races

Rnd.

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

Location

Jacarepaguá, Brazil

Estoril, Portugal

Imola, Italy (San Marino)

Monaco, Monaco

Montréal, Canada

Detroit, USA

Paul Ricard, France

Silverstone, Great Britain

Nürburgring, Germany

Österreichring, Austria

Zandvoort, Netherlands

Monza, Italy

Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium

Brands Hatch, Great Britain *

Kyalami, South Africa

Adelaide, Australia

Date

07-04-1985

21-04-1985

05-05-1985

19-05-1985

16-06-1985

23-06-1985

07-07-1985

21-07-1985

04-08-1985

18-08-1985

25-08-1985

08-09-1985

15-09-1985

06-10-1985

 19-10-1985

30-11-1985

Laps

61

67

60

78

70

63

53

65

67

52

70

51

43

75

75

82

Quali.

2nd

3rd

2nd

7th

8th

5th

1st

1st

4th

4th

2nd

2nd

10th

4th

3rd

3rd

Quali. Time

1m27.864 (Q2)

1m21.904 (Q2)

1m27.354 (Q2)

1m21.320 (Q2)

1m26.097 (Q2)

1m44.156 (Q1)

1m32.462 (Q2)

1m05.591 (Q2)

1m18.781 (Q1)

1m26.333 (Q1)

1m11.647 (Q1)

1m25.230 (Q2)

1m57.465 (Q2)

1m08.197 (Q2)

1m02.504 (Q2)

1m21.877 (Q2)

Race Result

DNF

DNF

DNF

8th

4th

1st

2nd

DNF

12th

DNF

DNF

DNF

4th

3rd

2nd

1st

-  (lap 10) Turbo

-  (lap 16) Accident

-  (lap 23) Brakes

 

 

 

-  (lap 21) Exhaust

-  (lap 4) Oil pressure

-  (lap 20) Engine

-  (lap 44) Engine

Points

0

0

0

0

3

9

6

0

0

0

0

0

3

4

6

9

* Held as European Grand Prix

Final Standings

Pos.

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

9th

10th

Driver

Alain Prost

Michele Alboreto

Keke Rosberg

Ayrton Senna

Elio de Angelis

Nigel Mansell

Stefan Johansson

Nelson Piquet

Jacques Laffite

Niki Lauda

Points

73

53

40

38

33

31

26

21

16

14

Wins​

5

2

2

2

1

2

0

1

0

0

Formula 1

1986 F1 World Championship

The points system used for the championship was as follows: 9, 6, 4, 3, 2, 1 for the top 6 drivers in each race. The teammate at McLaren was Alain Prost for 1986. Only the best eleven results counted towards each driver's championship total.

Car & Team

Team: 

Marlboro McLaren International

Car: 

McLaren MP4/2C

Engine: 

TAG/Porsche TTE PO1 1.5 V6t

Car Number: 

2

Races

Rnd.

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

Location

Jacarepaguá, Brazil

Jerez, Spain

Imola, Italy (San Marino)

Monaco, Monaco

Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium

Montréal, Canada

Detroit, USA

Paul Ricard, France

Brands Hatch, Great Britain

Hockenheimring, Germany

Hungaroring, Hungary

Österreichring, Austria

Monza, Italy

Estoril, Portugal

Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico

Adelaide, Australia

Date

23-03-1986

13-04-1986

27-04-1986

 11-05-1986

25-05-1986

15-06-1986

22-06-1986

06-07-1986

13-07-1986

27-07-1986

10-08-1986

17-08-1986

07-09-1986

21-09-1986

12-10-1986

26-10-1986

Laps

61

72

60

78

43

69

63

80

75

44

76

52

51

70

68

82

Quali.

7th

5th

6th

9th

8th

6th

9th

7th

5th

1st

5th

3rd

8th

7th

11th

7th

Quali. Time

1m27.705 (Q2)

1m23.004 (Q2)

1m26.835 (Q2)

1m24.701 (Q2)

1m55.662 (Q2)

1m25.533 (Q2)

1m40.848 (Q2)

1m07.545 (Q1)

1m08.477 (Q2)

1m42.013 (Q2)

1m30.268 (Q2)

1m23.903 (Q2)

1m25.378 (Q2)

1m18.360 (Q2)

1m19.342 (Q2)

1m20.778 (Q2)

Race Result

DNF

4th

5th

2nd

DNF

4th

DNF

4th

DNF

5th

DNF

9th

4th

DNF

DNF

DNF

-  (lap 6) Engine

 

 

 

-  (lap 6) Engine

-  (lap 12) Transmission

-  (lap 7) Gearbox

-  (lap 34) Suspension

-  (lap 41) Electrical

-  (lap 32) Puncture

-  (lap 62) Tyre failure

Points

0

3

2

6

0

3

0

3

0

2

0

0

3

0

0

0

Final Standings

Pos.

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

=8th

=8th

=8th

Driver

Alain Prost

Nigel Mansell

Nelson Piquet

Ayrton Senna

Stefan Johansson

Keke Rosberg

Gerhard Berger

Jacques Laffite

Michele Alboreto

René Arnoux

Points

72

70

69

55

23

22

17

14

14

14

Wins​

4

5

4

2

0

0

1

0

0

0

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