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The Shadow DN1 was the first Formula One car, but fourth design overall, by Shadow Cars. While the first three cars were CanAm models, built in southern California, the DN1 was mostly designed and constructed in the UK. Minor construction delays prevented the team from actually racing until South Africa, but driver George Follmer recorded sixth and third place finishes in his first two starts, giving the team optimism. Teething problems, a slow straight-line speed and reality made much of the rest of the season a struggle, with the only other points coming from a chaotic Canadian race. After the season Follmer returned to North American racing, and Oliver drove only in the team's CanAm effort, while easing into a supervisory role at Shadow.


Complete Formula One ResultsEdit

Complete Formula One Results
Entrant Tyre Driver No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
1973 Flag of Argentina Flag of Brazil (1968–1992) Flag of South Africa 1928-1994 Flag of Spain 1945 1977 Flag of Belgium Flag of Monaco Flag of Sweden Flag of France Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of the Netherlands Flag of Germany Flag of Austria Flag of Italy Flag of Canada Flag of the United States
UOP Shadow Racing Team G United Kingdom Oliver Ret Ret Ret 10th Ret Ret Ret Ret 8th Ret 11th 3rd 15th
United States Follmer 6th 3rd Ret DNS 14th Ret Ret 10th Ret Ret 10th 17th 14th
United Kingdom Redman DSQ
Embassy Racing United Kingdom G. Hill Ret 9th Ret Ret 10th Ret NC 13th Ret 14th 16th 13th
1974 Flag of Argentina Flag of Brazil (1968–1992) Flag of South Africa 1928-1994 Flag of Spain 1945 1977 Flag of Belgium Flag of Monaco Flag of Sweden Flag of the Netherlands Flag of France Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of Germany Flag of Austria Flag of Italy Flag of Canada Flag of the United States
UOP Shadow Racing Team G France Jarier 17 Ret Ret


V T E UOP Shadow logo Shadow Racing Cars
Founder
Don Nichols
Personnel
Jackie Oliver · Alan Rees · Jo Ramírez
Drivers
George Follmer · Jean-Pierre Jarier · Alan Jones · Tom Pryce · Peter Revson
Cars
DN1 · DN3 · DN3B · DN5 · DN5B · DN7 · DN8 · DN9 · DN11 · DN12


V T E 1973 Formula One Season
Constructors Brabham • BRM • Ensign • Ferrari • Iso-Marlboro • Lotus • March • McLaren • Shadow • Surtees • Tecno • Tyrrell
Engines BRM • Ferrari • Ford Cosworth • Tecno
Drivers de Adamich • Amon • Belsø • Beltoise • Beuttler • Bueno • Cevert • Charlton • E. Fittipaldi • W. Fittipaldi • Follmer • Galli • Ganley • Gethin • Hailwood • Hill • Hulme • Hunt • Ickx • Jarier • Keizan • Lauda • van Lennep • Mass • McRae • Merzario • Oliver • von Opel • Pace • Pescarolo • Peterson • Pretorius • Purley • Redman • Regazzoni • Reutemann • Revson • J. Scheckter • Schenken • Stewart • Stommelen • Watson • Williamson • Wisell
Cars Brabham BT37 • Brabham BT42 • BRM P160C • BRM P160D • BRM P160E • Ensign N173 • Ferrari 312B3 • Iso-Marlboro FX3B • Iso-Marlboro IR • Lotus 72D • Lotus 72E • March 721G • March 731 • McLaren M19A • McLaren M19C • McLaren M23 • Shadow DN1 • Surtees TS9B • Surtees TS14A • Tecno PA123 • Tyrrell 004 • Tyrrell 005 • Tyrrell 006
Tyres Firestone • Goodyear
Races Argentina • Brazil • South Africa • Spain • Belgium • Monaco • Sweden • France • Britain • Netherlands • Germany • Austria • Italy • Canada • United States
Non-championship Races Race of Champions • International Trophy
See also 1972 Formula One Season • 1974 Formula One Season • Category
V T E 1974 Formula One Season
Constructors Amon • Brabham • BRM • Ensign • Ferrari • Hesketh • Iso-Marlboro • Lola • Lotus • Lyncar • Maki • March • McLaren • Parnelli • Penske • Shadow • Surtees • Token • Trojan • Tyrrell
Engines BRM • Ferrari • Ford Cosworth
Drivers Amon • Andretti • Ashley • Bell • Belsø • Beltoise • Brambilla • Charlton • Depailler • Dolhem • Donohue • Driver • Edwards • Facetti • E. Fittipaldi • Ganley • Gethin • Hailwood • Hill • Hobbs • Hulme • Hunt • Ickx • Jabouille • Jarier • Keizan • Kinnunen • Koinigg • Laffite • Larrousse • Lauda • van Lennep • Lombardi • Mass • Merzario • Migault • Nicholson • von Opel • Pace • Perkins • Pescarolo • Peterson • Pillette • Purley • Pryce • Quester • Redman • Regazzoni • Reutemann • Revson • Robarts • Roos • I. Scheckter • J. Scheckter • Schenken • Schuppan • Stommelen • Stuck • Watson • Wietzes • Wilds • Wisell
Cars Amon AF101 • Brabham BT42 • Brabham BT44 • BRM P160E • BRM P201 • Ensign N174 • Ferrari 312B3-74 • Hesketh 308 • Iso-Marlboro FW • Lola T370 • Lotus 72E • Lotus 76 • Lyncar 006 • Maki F101 • March 731 • March 741 • McLaren M23 • Parnelli VPJ4 • Penske PC1 • Shadow DN1 • Shadow DN3 • Surtees TS16 • Token RJ02 • Trojan T103 • Tyrrell 004 • Tyrrell 005 • Tyrrell 006 • Tyrrell 007
Tyres Firestone • Goodyear
Races Argentina • Brazil • South Africa • Spain • Belgium • Monaco • Sweden • Netherlands • France • Britain • Germany • Austria • Italy • Canada • United States
Non-championship Races Presidente Medici • Race of Champions • International Trophy
See also 1973 Formula One Season • 1975 Formula One Season • Category
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