Former Formula One Driver Patrick Tambay Dies Aged 73

Former Formula 1 driver Patrick Tambay has died at the age of 73


The Frenchman, whose teams included McLaren, Ferrari and Renault,

Won two Grands Prix in a career of 114 races started between 1977 and 1986

Tambay, who suffers from Parkinson's disease, is best known for his association with Ferrari

He is a leading member of a generation of top French F1 drivers

To zahrnuje lidi jako Alain Prost, Rene Arnoux, Didier Pironi a Jacques Laffite

Tambay is most famous for his emotional season and a half with Ferrari in 1982 and 1983

And the way his career intersects with his friend, the legendary Gilles Villeneuve

The pair debuted together at the 1977 British Grand Prix; Villeneuve for McLaren, Tambay for Theodore

Despite Villeneuve's Silverstone debut becoming an F1 legend, McLaren chose Tambay for a full-fledged drive in 1978.


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