Founded in 1969, the team started racing in 1970. In 1977 the team's assets and FOCA membership were sold to ATS. An ill-fated return in 1981 was made that only lasted two years. The team shifted its intentions across the Atlantic for a while before beginning a new F1 project in 1987 with Leyton House. This team was taken over fully by Leyton House in the middle of 1989, but was sold back for 1992. At the season's end, the funds dried up and despite making an entry to the 1993 South African Grand Prix, the team's F1 career was finished.
Background[edit | edit source]
Prior to Formula One World Championship[edit | edit source]
Formula One World Championship[edit | edit source]
F1 Summary[edit | edit source]
Team Names[edit | edit source]
|1971 – 1973||STP March Racing Team|
|1975 – 1976||Beta Team March|
|1975 – 1976||Lavazza March|
|1976||Ovoro Team March|
|1977||Hollywood March Racing|
|1977||Team Rothmans International|
|1981 – 1982||March Grand Prix Team|
|1982||Rothmans March Grand Prix Team|
|1987 – 1989||Leyton House March Racing Team|
|1992 – 1993||March F1|
Record[edit | edit source]
- Points include those scored by private entries.
- † March did not compete in any races, but entered the season opener in South Africa.
Private entrants[edit | edit source]
- Refers to rounds driven in March cars.
List of race wins[edit | edit source]
|1||1970 Spanish Grand Prix||Jackie Stewart||In a Tyrrell Racing Organisation-entered car|
|2||1975 Austrian Grand Prix||Vittorio Brambilla||Half points scored|
|3||1976 Italian Grand Prix||Ronnie Peterson|
Statistics[edit | edit source]
Complete Formula One Results[edit | edit source]
- Main article: March Engineering/Results
Notes[edit | edit source]
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