Carlos Reutemann1942-04-12 (age 79)
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One of the defining Formula 1 drivers of his era, the late Carlos Reutemann should also have been a world champion. The reasons for the 1981 title slipping out of his grasp remain the subject of impassioned debate to this very day. GP Racing investigates…
Former Formula 1 racer Carlos Reutemann is currently in a serious condition with gastrointestinal bleeding and kidney problems after returning to intensive care last month.
Twelve-time Formula 1 race winner Carlos Reutemann has left intensive care and been shifted to a general ward care in Rosario, Argentina, according to the latest reports in his home country.
Former Formula 1 star and Argentinian senator Carlos Reutemann remains in intensive care following several episodes of internal bleeding but is reported to be stable after a medical procedure on Tuesday.
Carlos Reutemann starred in Formula 1 for a decade, driving for Brabham, Ferrari, Lotus and Williams. He won 12 grands prix in almost 150 starts, but although he got within touching distance of the title in 1981, he was never crowned world champion.
Ever since racing teams ran more than one car, each driver’s best gauge of performance has been their teammate. While some have managed to coexist in harmony, many took another route – turning competition into conflict. Here, we rank the Top 12 most toxic Formula 1 driver pairings in history…
The Ferrari 312T3, introduced mid-season in 1978, helped Formula 1 legend Gilles Villeneuve to a maiden grand prix win - even if it was powerless to see off the revolutionary Lotus 79 over a full year.
On a freezing day of October 1978, Canadian Gilles Villeneuve scored his maiden Formula 1 Grand Prix victory in front of his home crowd in Montréal.
Berthold Bouman, F1 Correspondent