5. Nov. Als der FormelZirkus Ende Oktober zum Saisonfinale ins japanische Fuji reist, ist der schwere Unfall Niki Laudas noch in aller Köpfe. Wir erzählen die Geschichte einer unglaublichen Formel 1-Saison noch einmal nach. Das passierte wirklich. Michael Schmidt. Formel 1 Saison - alle Rennen, Termine, Sieger, Gesamtwertung und weitere Informationen im Überblick.
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Depailler, after a slow start, was running fourth behind Mass when he spun off and crashed with brake problems. Just before mid-race, the McLarens of Hunt and Mass found another gear and drove past Lauda, but towards the end of the race, Mass had to retire with an engine failure.
Hunt took his first win of the season, with Lauda second and Gunnar Nilsson 's Lotus third. After the race, Hunt was disqualified because his McLaren was found to be too wide.
McLaren appealed, saying this was due to the expansion of the tyres during the race, and two months after the race, Hunt was reinstated. The fifth round was at the Zolder circuit near the Dutch-Belgian border.
Ferrari locked out the front row, with Lauda on pole from Regazzoni. Lauda motored away as the start, with Hunt up to second but, soon Regazzoni took the place back.
The Ferraris raced away, and Hunt dropped to sixth, behind Jacques Laffite 's Ligier and the two six-wheeled Tyrrells, before eventually retiring with a transmission failure.
Depailler also retired when his engine blew up. Lauda won, and Regazzoni completed a dominant Ferrari 1—2, with Laffite taking his first podium.
Lauda took pole with Regazzoni alongside on the front row again. Lauda led into the first corner, and was never headed again. Ronnie Peterson 's March got up to second, and allowed Lauda to pull away by holding up Regazzoni and the two Tyrrells.
At one-third distance, Regazzoni went down an escape road because of oil on the track, and Peterson spun off and crashed on the next lap due to the same reason.
This left Scheckter second and Depailler third but Regazzoni charged back and passed Depailler. He, however crashed out with 5 laps left while chasing Scheckter, thus ensuring that both the six-wheeled cars were on the podium behind Lauda.
Andretti took the lead at the start, but went off with engine failure at around two thirds distance. The six-wheelers went on to dominate much to the chagrin of some of the other teams and finished 1—2, with Scheckter winning.
Amon was robbed of a possible podium by a suspension failure. As a result, third place went to the consistent Lauda.
With Hunt finishing fifth Scheckter was now second in the points for the world championship. The French round took place at the Paul Ricard circuit in the south of France, and 'normal service' was resumed, with Hunt on pole and Lauda second, with Depailler third, continuing Tyrrell's strong form.
Lauda beat Hunt off the line as usual, and led the early stages until his engine failed. Hunt now led with Regazzoni close behind, but Regazzoni's Ferrari engine also failed.
With the Ferraris out, any challenge to Hunt evaporated, and Hunt went to win with Depailler second.
Scheckter ran third until he faded away with engine trouble, giving John Watson third and Penske its first podium.
The British fans had found a new hero in Hunt, but it was Lauda who took pole at Brands Hatch , beating the home hero Hunt into second, and Andretti showing Lotus's pace with third.
At the start, Regazzoni began like a rocket and was immediately up to second, and was challenging Lauda. The two touched, and Regazzoni spun.
He was hit by Hunt and Jacques Laffite but the rest of the field were away safely. However, there was too much debris on track, and the race was to be restarted.
In controversial circumstances McLaren, Ferrari and Ligier had Hunt, Regazzoni and Laffite all take part in the restarted race in spare cars.
There was no trouble in the restart, as Lauda led from Hunt and Regazzoni into the first corner. The top three were unchanged till mid-race until Regazzoni retired with a gearbox problem, promoting Scheckter to third.
Lauda led comfortably until he too suffered from gearbox troubles, and home hero Hunt took the lead with 15 minutes left, sending the home fans wild.
Hunt went on to win, with Lauda hanging on to second and Scheckter third. After the race, Ferrari, Tyrrell and the Fittipaldi team appealed against Hunt being allowed to take part in the spare car.
Ferrari took the matter to the FIA which was hypocritical since their own driver, Regazzoni had started in a spare, although he retired , and two months later, Hunt was disqualified and Lauda was given the win.
Scheckter was promoted to second, Watson had another podium, and Two-time champion Emerson Fittipaldi got sixth place and a point.
There were concerns by the drivers in the German GP held at the legendary Nordschleife about the safety of the track.
Ultimately, all the drivers decided to race, and it was no surprise that Hunt and Lauda were on the front row, the British driver on pole, with Depailler heading the second row.
At the start, on a damp but drying track, once again it was Regazzoni who started off best, whereas Lauda was slow and lost a lot of places.
Regazzoni was leading from Hunt but he spun and dropped to fourth. At the end of the first lap, over eight minutes after the race started most of the drivers decided to pit for dry tyres.
On the second lap, Lauda lost control at high speed due to a suspected rear suspension failure and crashed into the barriers before bouncing back on to the track, and the car caught fire.
The two drivers immediately got out of their cars, and soon Arturo Merzario stopped his Wolf-Williams as well and also Guy Edwards helped.
The three pulled Lauda out of the burning car, and the race was stopped. Lauda was sent to hospital with serious burns and was fighting for his life.
The race restarted, with the starting slots of Lauda, Ertl and Lunger left empty. Hunt led at the restarted race with Regazzoni up to second, but this did not last long as Regazzoni spun off and dropped back, and Depailler hit the barriers while trying to avoid him.
This left Hunt with a big lead ahead of Carlos Pace in the Brabham , the Brabham team showing some speed. Soon, Scheckter was up to second, and Pace was passed by a recovering Regazzoni.
Hunt eased to victory ahead of Scheckter, and Mass completed the podium by passing Pace after Regazzoni spun off again. With Hunt's crucial victory at this longest of racing circuits, and after 49 years of Grand Prix racing, the German Grand Prix was the last Grand Prix at the old Nürburgring.
The German Grand Prix moved further south to the Hockenheimring and Grand Prix racing did not return to the Nürburgring until on the newly constructed 2.
The news before the Austrian GP at the Österreichring was that Lauda's condition was no longer life-threatening, but there was a low attendance with Lauda not racing; and Ferrari were so shaken by Lauda's crash that they did not compete at all.
Hunt meanwhile took pole, ahead of countryman Watson and Ronnie Peterson. Watson took the lead at the start ahead of Peterson and Hunt, but soon Peterson was in the lead.
Scheckter was on a charge from the mid-field, and he took the lead on the 10th lap, but then Watson was back in front. Scheckter battled until he crashed due to a suspension failure, and Peterson ultimately began to drop back.
Watson thus won, the result being his and Penske's first win, and the podium was completed by Laffite and Nilsson.
Lauda had begun his recovery, and was planning to race later in the season, and as a result, Ferrari were back in business in the Netherlands , but with only one car for Regazzoni.
Peterson led the early stages ahead of Watson, until Watson made a mistake which let Hunt through. Peterson then struggled and dropped behind Hunt, Watson and Regazzoni.
Watson retired with a gearbox failure, promoting Regazzoni and Peterson, but the latter also retired when he lost oil pressure.
Regazzoni now closed up on Hunt, bringing Mario Andretti with him, but Hunt held them off, with Regazzoni and Andretti within two seconds of him in second and third.
After the Dutch GP, with Hunt seemingly only two points behind Lauda, the championship seemed to be a cakewalk for him. But then came the news that Lauda was going to make an astonishing return for the last four races of the season it was so unexpected that Ferrari had to run three cars for Lauda, Regazzoni, and Lauda's supposed replacement Carlos Reutemann , just six weeks after his accident.
As the event went on at the modified Monza circuit, Laffite took pole in qualifying, with Scheckter's six-wheeler alongside and Pace third.
Lauda was fifth, and Hunt along with Watson and Mass were penalised and sent to the back because of fuel irregularities.
At the start, Scheckter led ahead of Laffite and Depailler with Lauda down in the midfield, but soon Peterson was on a charge and took the lead after 14 laps.
Peterson's charge also brought Regazzoni with him, and soon the Swiss was up to third. Scheckter dropped off, and the top four of Peterson, Depailler, Regazzoni and Laffite ran closely.
Hunt spun off while trying to charge up the field, and Depailler dropped back late on with engine trouble. Peterson took his first win in two years, with Regazzoni second, Laffite third, and Lauda an incredible fourth.
Hunt's disqualification from the British GP came after the Italian race, and as a result Hunt had only 47 points to Lauda's 64 with three races left.
The Englishman took pole, with Peterson also on the front row ahead of March teammate Vittorio Brambilla. As usual, Hunt did not start well, and Peterson took the lead.
But it was not for long as Hunt retook the lead on lap 10, and soon both Marches dropped way back, and so Depailler was second and Andretti third.
The top three of Hunt, Depailler and Andretti were unchanged for the rest of the race. Lauda was running fifth until handling issues dropped him out of the points, and Hunt had closed the gap to 8 points.Würds den Aussies mehr als gönnen auch mal wieder richtig mitzujubeln. James Hunt gewann zum ersten und einzigen Mal die Fahrerweltmeisterschaft. Bei diesem Rennen verunglückte Niki Lauda schwer. Neben den britischen Werksteams sowie der Scuderia Ferrari traten einige Privatteams an. Schnitzt Webber ist ALO oben. Vereinigtes Konigreich Team Surtees. In der zweiten Runde kommt Lauda als Nachdem sein Ferrari T2 ausbrach und gegen eine Felswand prallte, ging der Wagen sofort in Flammen auf. Auch wenn er sich vor jedem Rennen übergeben muss, scheint er ein Weltmeister im Verdrängen der Gefahr zu sein. Zwei Monate später wurde dem Protest stattgegeben und das ursprüngliche Rennergebnis wiederhergestellt. Der Stopp geht völlig schief - Hunt fällt auf Platz fünf zurück. Doch bereits nach zwei Runden fährt der aus Reihe zwei gestartete Lauda wieder an die Box, steigt aus - und nicht wieder ein. Lauda fühlt sich hintergangen, weil Ferrari den WM-Leader nach dessen Feuerunfall bereits abgeschrieben hatte. In der Folgesaison meldete er sich jedoch mit dem Gewinn seiner zweiten Weltmeisterschaft zurück. Würds den Aussies mehr als gönnen auch mal wieder richtig mitzujubeln.