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The 1977 Formula One Season, otherwise officially known as the 1977 FIA Formula One World Championship, was the 28th edition of the World's most prestigious racing category. The 1977 Season proved to be one of the most competitive in F1 history, although was punctuated by a series of fatal accidents from beginning to end.

James Hunt would start the season as defending Champion having stayed with McLaren, and would open his campaign with pole position at the Argentine Grand Prix.[1] Yet, it would be a miserable campaign for the Brit, with Hunt having to wait until the tenth race at Silverstone to claim his first victory of the season.[2]

Instead, Jody Scheckter, piloting the new Canadian built Wolf, would be one of the main title contenders during the season, taking victory at the opening round.[1] Indeed, the South African would claim a further two wins during the season at Monaco and Canada.[3]

Another star of the 1977 campaign would be Mario Andretti, who claimed five race victories for Lotus. Yet, while the American was ferociously fast, the new Lotus 78 proved to be akin to its predecessors, proving to be horrendously unreliable throughout the season.

That factor allowed 1975 World Champion Niki Lauda to steal the show, with the Austrian going under the radar for much of the season despite taking three victories.[4] Indeed, such was the Austrian's advantage for Ferrari that he would win the Championship at the 1977 United States Grand Prix, before quitting the team due to the politics at Maranello with two races to go.[5]

The Ferrari team themselves would ultimately end the season as the winners of the International Cup for Constructors Champions for the third year in a row, while Lauda's title ensured that it was their second "double" in three years. Lotus would end the season with the fastest car but second in the Cup, while McLaren edged out Wolf to claim third at the final hurdle.[6]

Other drivers to stand atop the podium would include Carlos Reutemann, Gunnar Nilsson, Jacques Laffite and Alan Jones, meaning there were eight different race winners across the seventeen Grand Prix. Yet, it would also be a season of great loss, with promising talents Tom Pryce and Carlos Pace killed during and after the 1977 South African Grand Prix.[7]

Pryce's accident would also claim the life of marshal Jansen van Vuuren, while a separate accident at the season ending Japanese Grand Prix saw a photographer and an unnamed marshal killed.[3] Yet, in spite of the losses, 1977 would also see several future F1 heavy weights emerge, with Gilles Villeneuve, Riccardo Patrese and Patrick Tambay all making their debuts.

BackgroundEdit

A large part of the winter prior to the start of the 1977 season would be spent picking a side in a fast developing political fight between the FIA and the Formula One Constructors Association, led by Bernie Ecclestone and Max Mosley.[8] Both parties had threatened to boycott or cancel the season opening race, the Argentine Grand Prix, with the majority of the teams backing Ecclestone and Mosley against the FIA's new body, World Championship Racing.[8] On the FIA's side were Ferrari and several major race venues although, as the new season loomed, the battle lines were to be solidified.[8]

The main issue between WCR and F.O.C.A. was essentially over the promotion of Formula One with both venues and broadcasters, Mr. Ecclestone having gained near total control of broadcasting rights to F1 at the end of 1976.[8] F.O.C.A. had also secured eight races, including the Argentine Grand Prix, for the Championship, while WCR and the C.S.I. had signed up a further eight venues for the season.[8] That, combined with the fact that the Belgian Grand Prix had signed contracts with both groups, ensured that there was a record seventeen race calendar, with all potential races in question.[8]

With promotion came money, and the issues over both attendance fees and prize pots were at the fore of the argument.[8] For Ecclestone, whose F.O.C.A. band consisted overwhelmingly of the British "garagistas", the temptation to boycott the race came after a meeting between the CSI and WCR with the series major sponsors prior to the race, which would have tipped the balance of the dispute in their favour.[9] Ultimately an agreement regarding the attendance fee was reached before the opening round, although the fighting would continue between Ecclestone and Mosley against WCR president Patrick Duffeler well into the season.[9]

Teams and DriversEdit

A grand total of 61 drivers, representing nineteen nations on behalf of 33 teams, would take part in the 1977 FIA Formula One World Championship, although only thirteen competitors would compete at every round of the season.

Entry ListEdit

The full entry list for the 1977 FIA Formula One World Championship is outlined below:

Constructor Chassis Tyre No. Driver Rounds
Team Engine
McLaren-Ford Cosworth M23
M26
G 1 United Kingdom James Hunt All
United Kingdom Marlboro Team McLaren Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 2 West Germany Jochen Mass All
14 Italy Bruno Giacomelli 14
40 Canada Gilles Villeneuve 10
Tyrrell-Ford Cosworth P34
P34B
G 3 Sweden Ronnie Peterson All
United Kingdom Elf Team Tyrrell Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 4 France Patrick Depailler All
Lotus-Ford Cosworth 78 G 5 United States Mario Andretti All
United Kingdom John Player Team Lotus Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 6 Sweden Gunnar Nilsson All
Brabham-Alfa Romeo BT45
BT45B
G 7 United Kingdom John Watson All
United Kingdom Martini Racing Alfa Romeo 115-12 3.0 F12 8 Brazil Carlos Pace 1-3
8 West Germany Hans-Joachim Stuck 4-17
21 Italy Giorgio Francia 14
March-Ford Cosworth 761B
771
G 9 Brazil Alex Ribeiro All
United Kingdom Hollywood March Racing
United Kingdom Team Rothmans International
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 10 South Africa Ian Scheckter 1-2, 5-17
10 West Germany Hans-Joachim Stuck 3
10 United Kingdom Brian Henton 4
Ferrari 312T2B G 11 Austria Niki Lauda 1-15
Italy Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFAC Ferrari 015 3.0 F12 11 Canada Gilles Villeneuve* 16-17
12 Argentina Carlos Reutemann All
BRM P207
P201B
G 14 Australia Larry Perkins 2-3
United Kingdom Rotary Watches Stanley BRM
United Kingdom Stanley BRM
BRM P202 3.0 V12
BRM P200 3.0 V12
29 Belgium Teddy Pilette 11, 13-14
35 Sweden Conny Andersson 5, 7-9
35 United Kingdom Guy Edwards 10
Penske-Ford Cosworth PC4 G 14 United States Danny Ongais 15-16
United States Interscope Racing Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
Renault RS01 M 15 France Jean-Pierre Jabouille 10, 13-16
France Équipe Renault Elf Renault EF1 1.5 V6t
Shadow DN5B
DN8
G 16 United Kingdom Tom Pryce 1-3
United Kingdom Shadow Racing Team Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 16 Italy Renzo Zorzi 1-5
16 Italy Riccardo Patrese 6-7, 9-11, 13-14, 16-17
16 United Kingdom Jackie Oliver 8
16 Italy Arturo Merzario 12
16 France Jean-Pierre Jarier 15
17 Australia Alan Jones 4-17
Surtees TS19 G 18 Austria Hans Binder 1-6, 15-17
United Kingdom Durex Team Surtees
United Kingdom Beta Team Surtees
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 18 Australia Larry Perkins 7-9
18 France Patrick Tambay 9
18 Australia Vern Schuppan 10-13
18 Italy Lamberto Leoni 14
19 Italy Vittorio Brambilla All
Wolf-Ford Cosworth WR1
WR2
WR3
G 20 South Africa Jody Scheckter All
Canada Walter Wolf Racing Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
Ensign-Ford Cosworth N177 G 22 Switzerland Clay Regazzoni All
United Kingdom Team Tissot Ensign with Castrol Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 22 Belgium Jacky Ickx 6
Ensign-Ford Cosworth N177 G 23 France Patrick Tambay 10-17
Hong Kong Theodore Racing Hong Kong Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
Hesketh-Ford Cosworth 308E G 24 United Kingdom Rupert Keegan 5-16
United Kingdom Penthouse Rizla Racing
United Kingdom Hesketh Racing
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 25 Austria Harald Ertl 5-9
25 Mexico Héctor Rebaque§ 7-9, 11-13
25 United Kingdom Ian Ashley§ 12-16
Ligier-Matra JS7 G 26 France Jacques Laffite All
France Ligier Gitanes Matra MS76 3.0 V12 27 France Jean-Pierre Jarier 17
March-Ford Cosworth 761 G 27 Belgium Patrick Nève 5, 7-16
United Kingdom Williams Grand Prix Engineering Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
Fittipaldi-Ford Cosworth FD04
F5
G 28 Brazil Emerson Fittipaldi All
Brazil Copersucar-Fittipaldi Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 29 Brazil Ingo Hoffmann 1-2
March-Ford Cosworth
McLaren-Ford Cosworth
761
M23
G 30 United States Brett Lunger 3-5, 7-16
United States Chesterfield Racing Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
LEC-Ford Cosworth CRP1 G 31 United Kingdom David Purley 5, 7-10
United Kingdom LEC Refrigeration Racing Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
Penske-Ford Cosworth PC4 G 33 Austria Hans Binderƒ 12-14
West Germany ATS Racing Team Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 34 France Jean-Pierre Jarier 4-14
35 West Germany Hans Heyer 11
McLaren-Ford Cosworth M23 G 36 Spain Emilio de Villota 5, 7-8, 10-12, 14
Spain Iberia Airlines Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
March-Ford Cosworth 761B G 37 Italy Arturo Merzario 5-7, 9-11, 13
Italy Team Merzario Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
March-Ford Cosworth 761 G 38 United Kingdom Brian Henton 5, 10, 12
United Kingdom British Formula One Racing Team Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 38 Belgium Bernard de Dryver 7
Boro-Ford Cosworth 001 G 38 United Kingdom Brian Henton 13-14
Netherlands HB Bewaking Alarm Systems Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
Apollon-Ford Cosworth Fly G 41 Switzerland Loris Kessel 7, 9, 12-14
Switzerland Jolly Club of Switzerland Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
Surtees-Ford Cosworth TS19 G 44 United Kingdom Tony Trimmer 10
United Kingdom Melchester Racing Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
McGuire-Ford Cosworth BM1 G 45 Australia Brian McGuire 10
Australia Privateer Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
Tyrrell-Ford Cosworth 007 D 50 Japan Kunimitsu Takahashi 17
Japan Meiritsu Racing team Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
Kojima-Ford Cosworth KE009 B 51 Japan Noritake Takahara 17
Japan Kojima Engineering Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
Kojima-Ford Cosworth KE009 B 52 Japan Kazuyoshi Hoshino 17
Japan Heros Racing Corporation Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
  • * Villeneuve would race with #21 as his race number for Ferrari at the Canadian Grand Prix.[3]
  • Pilette would be listed with #40 as his race number at the German Grand Prix.[10]
  • Zorzi raced with the #17 Shadow during the first three races of the season.
  • § Both Rebaque and Ashley would use #39 during the season, a third Hesketh entry.
  • ƒ Binder would use #35 as his race number at the Dutch Grand Prix.[4]

CalendarEdit

In spite of the complications between F.O.C.A. and WCR regarding the calendar, a total of seventeen races were scheduled for the 1977 World Championship campaign. That fact made the 1977 edition of the series the longest in F1 history, a record it would hold until the 2004 campaign. The season would also feature a single non-Championship race, the 1977 Race of Champions, staged at Brands Hatch in the United Kingdom.

World Championship ScheduleEdit

Outlined below is the full calendar for the 1977 FIA Formula One World Championship:

Round Grand Prix Date
1 Argentina Argentine Grand Prix 9 January
Autódromo Oscar y Juan Gálvez Circuito N° 15
Official Title XIII Gran Premio de la Republica Argentina
Circuit Autódromo Municipal Ciudad de Buenos Aires
Location Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina
Lap distance 5.968 km (3.709 mi)
Race distance 316.314 km (196.59 mi)
Date 9 January Laps 53
Local time 14:00 BACF UTC 11:00
2 Brazil Brazilian Grand Prix 23 January
Interlagos 1973
Official Title VI Grande Prêmio do Brasil
Circuit Autódromo do Interlagos
Location Brazil São Paulo, Brazil
Lap distance 7.960 km (4.947 mi)
Race distance 318.400 km (197.887 mi)
Date 23 January Laps 40
Local time 14:00 BRT UTC 17:00
3 South Africa South African Grand Prix 5 March
South Africa
Official Title XXIII South African Grand Prix
Circuit Kyalami
Location South Africa Gauteng, South Africa
Lap distance 4.104 km (2.551 mi)
Race distance 316.008 km (196.4 mi)
Date 5 March Laps 77
Local time 14:00 SAST UTC 12:00
4 Long Beach United States Grand Prix West 3 April
Circuit Long Beach
Official Title 2nd United States Grand Prix West
Circuit Long Beach street circuit
Location United States Long Beach, California, United States
Lap distance 3.251 km (2.021 mi)
Race distance 260.080 km (161.641 mi)
Date 3 April Laps 80
Local time 14:00 PST UTC 22:00
5 Spain Spanish Grand Prix 8 May
Circuito Permanente del Jarama 1980
Official Title XXIII Gran Premio de España
Circuit Circuito del Jarama
Location Spain Jarama, Spain
Lap distance 3.404 km (2.116 mi)
Race distance 255.300 km (158.67 mi)
Date 8 May Laps 75
Local time 14:00 CEST UTC 12:00
6 Monaco Monaco Grand Prix 22 May
Circuit de Monaco 1976
Official Title XXXV Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco
Circuit Circuit de Monaco
Location Monaco Monte Carlo, Monaco
Lap distance 3.312 km (2.058 mi)
Race distance 251.712 km (156.44 mi)
Date 22 May Laps 76
Local time 14:00 CEST UTC 12:00
7 Belgium Belgian Grand Prix 5 June
Zolder
Official Title XXXV Grote Prijs van Belgie
Circuit Zolder
Location Belgium Heusden-Zolder, Limburg, Belgium
Lap distance 4.262 km (2.649 mi)
Race distance 298.340 km (185.42 mi)
Date 5 June Laps 70
Local time 14:00 CEST UTC 12:00
8 Sweden Swedish Grand Prix 19 June
Track map for Scandinavian Raceway in Anderstorp, Sweden
Official Title XIII Sveriges Grand Prix
Circuit Scandinavian Raceway
Location Sweden Anderstorp, Sweden
Lap distance 4.018 km (2.497 mi)
Race distance 289.296 km (179.799 mi)
Date 19 June Laps 72
Local time 15:00 CEST UTC 13:00
9 France French Grand Prix 3 July
Dijon-Prenois1977
Official Title LXIII Grand Prix de France
Circuit Dijon-Prenois
Location France Dijon, France
Lap distance 3.800 km (2.362 mi)
Race distance 304.000 km (188.937 mi)
Date 3 July Laps 80
Local time 14:00 CEST UTC 12:00
10 United Kingdom British Grand Prix 16 July
Silverstone1975
Official Title XXX John Player British Grand Prix
Circuit Silverstone
Location United Kingdom Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
Lap distance 4.719 km (2.933 mi)
Race distance 320.892 km (199.436 mi)
Date 16 July Laps 68
Local time 15:00 BST UTC 14:00
11 West Germany German Grand Prix 31 July
Circuit Hockenheimring-1970
Official Title XXXIX Großer Preis von Deutschland
Circuit Hockenheimring
Location West Germany Hockenheim, Baden-Württemburg, West Germany
Lap distance 6.789 km (4.219 mi)
Race distance 319.083 km (198.311 mi)
Date 31 July Laps 47
Local time 14:00 CEST UTC 12:00
12 Austria Austrian Grand Prix 14 August
Österreichring1977
Official Title XX Holiday Großer Preis von Österreich
Circuit Österreichring
Location Austria Spielburg, Styria, Austria
Lap distance 5.942 km (3.693 mi)
Race distance 320.868 km (199.421 mi)
Date 14 August Laps 54
Local time 14:00 CEST UTC 12:00
13 Netherlands Dutch Grand Prix 28 August
Official Title XXIV Grote Prijs van Nederland
Circuit Circuit Zandvoort
Location Netherlands Zandvoort, Netherlands
Lap distance 4.226 km (2.626 mi)
Race distance 316.950 km (196.986 mi)
Date 28 August Laps 75
Local time 14:00 CEST UTC 12:00
14 Italy Italian Grand Prix 11 September
Monza 1976
Official Title XLVIII Gran Premio d'Italia
Circuit Autodromo Nazionale Monza
Location Italy Monza, Lombardy, Italy
Lap distance 5.800 km (3.605 mi)
Race distance 301.600 km (187.446 mi)
Date 11 September Laps 52
Local time 14:00 CEST UTC 12:00
15 United States United States Grand Prix 2 October
Official Title 20th Grand Prix of the United States
Circuit Watkins Glen
Location United States Watkins Glen, New York State, United States
Lap distance 5.434 km (3.377 mi)
Race distance 320.606 km (199.258 mi)
Date 2 October Laps 59
Local time 14:00 EDT UTC 18:00
16 Canada Canadian Grand Prix 9 October
Official Title XVI Labatt's Grand Prix of Canada
Circuit Mosport Park
Location Canada Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada
Lap distance 3.957 km (2.459 mi)
Race distance 316.560 km (196.743 mi)
Date 9 October Laps 80
Local time 14:00 EDT UTC 18:00
17 Japan Japanese Grand Prix 23 October
Fuji Speedway 1976
Official Title XII日本グランプリ
Circuit Fuji Speedway
Location Japan Oyama, Japan
Lap distance 4.360 km (2.71 mi)
Race distance 318.280 km (197.812 mi)
Date 23 October Laps 73
Local time 14:00 JST UTC 05:00

Non-Championship RacesEdit

Date Event Circuit Report
20th March United Kingdom XII Marlboro Race of Champions Brands Hatch Report

Season ReportEdit

Pre-seasonEdit

Round 1: 1977 Argentine Grand PrixEdit

Round 2: 1977 Brazilian Grand PrixEdit

Round 3: 1977 South African Grand PrixEdit

Round 4: 1977 United States Grand Prix WestEdit

Round 5: 1977 Spanish Grand PrixEdit

Round 6: 1977 Monaco Grand PrixEdit

Round 7: 1977 Belgian Grand PrixEdit

Round 8: 1977 Swedish Grand PrixEdit

Round 9: 1977 French Grand PrixEdit

Round 10: 1977 British Grand PrixEdit

Round 11: 1977 German Grand PrixEdit

Round 12: 1977 Austrian Grand PrixEdit

Round 13: 1977 Dutch Grand PrixEdit

Round 14: 1977 Italian Grand PrixEdit

Round 15: 1977 United States Grand PrixEdit

Round 16: 1977 Canadian Grand PrixEdit

Round 17: 1977 Japanese Grand PrixEdit

Results and StandingsEdit

ResultsEdit

1977 FIA Formula One World Championship for DriversEdit

Outlined below are the full final standings from the 1977 FIA Formula One World Championship for Drivers:

Pos. Driver Flag of Argentina Flag of Brazil (1968–1992) Flag of South Africa 1928-1994 Flag of the United States Flag of Spain 1977 1981 Flag of Monaco Flag of Belgium Flag of Sweden Flag of France Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of Germany Flag of Austria Flag of the Netherlands Flag of Italy Flag of the United States Flag of Canada Flag of Japan Pts.
1 Austria Niki LaudaRet3rd1st2ndDNS2nd2ndRet5th2nd1st2nd1st2nd4th 72
2 South Africa Jody Scheckter1stRet2nd3rd3rd1stRetRetRetRet2ndRet3rdRet3rd1st10th 55
3 United States Mario Andretti5thRetRet1st1st5thRet6th1st14thRetRetRet1st2nd9thRet 47
4 Argentina Carlos Reutemann3rd1st8thRet2nd3rdRet3rd6th15th4th4th6thRet6thRet2nd 42
5 United Kingdom James HuntRet2nd4th7thRetRet7th12th3rd1stRetRetRetRet1stRet1st 40
6 Germany Jochen MassRetRet5thRet4th4thRet2nd9th4thRet6thRet4thRet3rdRet 25
7 Australia Alan Jones RetRet6th5th17thRet7thRet1stRet3rdRet4th4th 22
8 Sweden Gunnar NilssonDNS5th12th8th5thRet1st19th4th3rdRetRetRetRetRetRetRet 20
9 France Patrick DepaillerRetRet3rd4thRetRet8th4thRetRetRet13thRetRet14th2nd3rd 20
10 France Jacques LaffiteRetRetRet9th7th7thRet1st8th6thRetRet2nd8th7thRet5th 18
11 Germany Hans-Joachim Stuck RetRet6thRet6th10thRet5th3rd3rd7thRetRetRet7th 12
12 Brazil Emerson Fittipaldi4th4th10th5th14thRetRet18th11thRetDNQ11th4thDNQ13thRet 11
13 United Kingdom John WatsonRetRet6thDSQRetRetRet5th2ndRetRet8thRetRet12thRetRet 9
14 Sweden Ronnie PetersonRetRetRetRet8thRet3rdRet12thRet9th5thRet6th16thRetRet 7
15 Brazil Carlos Pace2ndRet13th 6
16 Italy Vittorio Brambilla7thRet7thRetRet8th4thRet13th8th5th15th12thRet19th6th8th 6
17 Switzerland Clay Regazzoni6thRet9thRetRetDNQRet7th7thDNQRetRetRet5th5thRetRet 5
18 France Patrick Tambay DNQRet6thRet5thRetDNQ5thRet 5
19 France Jean-Pierre Jarier 6thDNQ11th11th8thRet9thRet14thRetRet9th Ret 1
20 Italy Riccardo Patrese 9thRet RetRet10th 13thRet 10th6th 1
21 Italy Renzo ZorziRet6thRetRetRet 1
NC United Kingdom Rupert Keegan Ret12thRet13th10thRetRet7thRet9th8thRet 0
NC Belgium Patrick Nève 12th 10th15thDNQ10thDNQ9thDNQ7th18thRet 0
NC Australia Vern Schuppan 12th7th16thDNQ 0
NC Brazil Ingo HoffmannRet7th 0
NC United States Danny Ongais Ret7th 0
NC Brazil Alex RibeiroRetRetRetRetDNQDNQDNQDNQDNQDNQ8thDNQ11thDNQ15th8th12th 0
NC Austria Hans BinderRetRet11th11th9thRet 12th8thDNQ11thRetRet 0
NC United States Brett Lunger 14thRet10th DNS11thDNQ13thRet10th9thRet10th11th 0
NC Austria Harald Ertl RetDNQ9th16thDNQ 0
NC United Kingdom Jackie Oliver 9th 0
NC Japan Kunimitsu Takahashi 9th 0
NC South Africa Ian ScheckterRetRet 11thDNQRetRetNCRetRetRet10thRetRetRet 0
NC United Kingdom Brian Henton 10thDNQ DNQ DNQDSQDNQ 0
NC Belgium Jacky Ickx 10th 0
NC Canada Gilles Villeneuve 11th 12thRet 0
NC Japan Kazuyoshi Hoshino 11th 0
NC Australia Larry Perkins Ret15th 12thDNQDNQ 0
NC United Kingdom David Purley DNQ 13th14thRetDNPQ 0
NC Spain Emilio de Villota 13th DNQDNQ DNQDNQ17th DNQ 0
NC Italy Arturo Merzario RetDNQ14th RetRetDNQRetDNQ 0
NC United Kingdom Ian Ashley DNQDNQDNQ17thDNS 0
NC United Kingdom Tom PryceNCRetRet 0
NC Netherlands Boy Hayje Ret DNQDNQNCDNQ DNQ 0
NC France Jean-Pierre Jabouille Ret RetRetRetDNQ 0
NC Mexico Héctor Rebaque DNQDNQDNQ RetDNQDNQ 0
NC Germany Hans Heyer DSQ* 0
NC Italy Bruno Giacomelli Ret 0
NC Japan Noritake Takahara Ret 0
NC Sweden Conny Andersson DNQ DNQDNQDNQ 0
NC Belgium Teddy Pilette DNQ DNQDNQ 0
NC Finland Mikko Kozarowitzky DNQ DNPQ 0
NC Belgium Bernard de Dryver DNQ 0
NC Netherlands Michael Bleekemolen DNQ 0
NC Italy Lamberto Leoni DNQ 0
NC Switzerland Loris Kessel DNQ 0
NC Italy Giorgio Francia DNQ 0
NC United Kingdom Tony Trimmer DNPQ 0
NC United Kingdom Andy Sutcliffe DNPQ 0
NC United Kingdom Guy Edwards DNPQ 0
NC Australia Brian McGuire DNPQ 0
  • * Heyer was disqualified for joining the start of the race illegally.

1977 FIA Formula One International Cup for ConstructorsEdit

See AlsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

Images and Videos:

References:

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V T E 1977 Formula One Season
Teams Apollon • Brabham • Boro • BRM • Ensign • Ferrari • Fittipaldi • Hesketh • Kojima • LEC • Ligier • Lotus • March • McGuire • McLaren • Penske • Renault • Shadow • Surtees • Tyrrell • Wolf
Engines Alfa Romeo • BRM • Ferrari • Ford Cosworth • Matra • Renault
Drivers Andersson • Andretti • Ashley • Binder • Bleekemolen • Brambilla • Depailler • de Dryver • Edwards • Ertl • Fittipaldi • Francia • Giacomelli • Hayje • Henton • Heyer • Hoffman • Hoshino • Hunt • Ickx • Jabouille • Jarier • Jones • Keegan • Kessel • Kozarowitzky • Laffite • Lauda • Leoni • Lunger • Mass • McGuire • Merzario • Neve • Nilsson • Oliver • Ongais • Pace • Patrese • Perkins • Peterson • Pilette • Purley • Pryce • Rebaque • Regazzoni • Reutemann • Ribeiro • I. Scheckter • J. Scheckter • Schuppan • Stuck • Sutcliffe • Takahashi • Takahara • Tambay • Trimmer • Villeneuve • de Villota • Watson • Zorzi
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Races Argentina • Brazil • South Africa • United States West • Spain • Monaco • Belgium • Sweden • France • Britain • Germany • Austria • Netherlands • Italy • United States • Canada • Japan
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