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1961 formula oneの例文

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  • The plot is about the 1961 Formula One Championship rivalry between Ferrari drivers Phil Hill and Wolfgang Von Trips.
  • By the 1961 Formula One season, the Ferrari teams had developed the mid-engined approach further than Cooper.
  • The "'1961 Formula One season "'was the 12th season of FIA Formula One motor racing.
  • This resulted in a much better handling car, and for the 1961 Formula One season BRM based their chassis designs on the Mark II.
  • For the 1961 Formula One season, run under new 1.5-litre rules, Enzo Ferrari fielded the " sharknose " Ferrari 156 with an all-new V6 engine.
  • BT19 also competed in the final two races of the 1965 / 66 Tasman Series in Australia, which was run to the pre-1961 Formula One regulations, including an engine capacity limit of 2.5 litres.
  • In the 1961 Formula One season, with new rules for 1500 cc, the team kept Hill, von Trips and Ginther, and d閎uted another Chiti-designed car, the Ferrari 156 based on the Formula 2 car of 1960, which was dominant throughout the season.
  • "Until my dad ( 1961 Formula One world driving champion Phil Hill ) and I went to Europe a few years ago to watch a couple of races, I never knew how important he was to those people, " said Hill, who moved to Phoenix eight months ago from Santa Monica, Calif . " Thirty years after he had retired, he's still like a real hero in Italy.
  • Lee Wallard was 20th in the car in 1949 and Johnny McDowell drove it to 32nd place in 1951 . _ _ _ = TIRE TREADS : @ When Paul McGinley's 6-foot putt on the 18th hole clinched Europe's victory over the U . S . in the Ryder Cup, a huge roar erupted from European fans who were watching on trackside video screens before the U . S . Grand Prix . . . . Prerace ceremonies included a salute to 1961 Formula One champion Phil Hill, the only American-born driver to win an F1 title.
  • Wolfgang Graf Berghe von Trips is listed as coming second in the 1961 Formula One season, and if Phil Hill had not won in Monza ( the race at which von Trips was killed ), then Trips would have finished first ( well, actually, Hill didn't compete in the final race of the season, and I'm having difficulty working out the scoring system in use at the time ), but my question is whether any sports have had world championships ( or any titles ) awarded posthumously ? talk ) 19 : 38, 19 April 2009 ( UTC)
  • Lee Wallard was 20th in the car in 1949 and Johnny McDowell drove it to 32nd place in 1951 . _ _ _ = TIRE TREADS : @ The victory was Barrichello's fifth in his F1 career and first at Indianapolis, where he was runner-up to Schumacher two years ago . . . . When Paul McGinley's 6-foot putt on the 18th hole clinched Europe's victory over the U . S . in the Ryder Cup, a huge roar erupted from European fans who were watching on trackside video screens before the race . . . . Prerace ceremonies included a salute to 1961 Formula One champion Phil Hill, the only American-born driver to win an F1 title.