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F1 - 1979 Zandvoort GP - G. Villeneuve driving on two wheels

Gilles Villeneuve, who made it through the first lap ahead of Jean-Pierre Jabouille, passed Jones at Tarzan on lap 11. He gave the lead back to Jones when he spun on lap 47. On lap 51, just after passing the pits, Villeneuve's left rear tyre exploded causing him to spin. He regained control to begin one of the wildest laps in history. He drove an entire lap on two tyres, the right front was in the air and the left rear was shredding rubber and sparking with the pavement. Reaction was mixed. It was either an act of the ultimate competitor not wanting to give up or an irresponsible, emotional decision. Either way he was out as his suspension was too damaged to rejoin the race.


 


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Jacques Villeneuve drive his father's car.
Jacques Villeneuve drove his father Gilles' 1979 Formula 1 Ferrari at Fiorano on Tuesday to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the elder Villeneuve's death.





F1 - 1969 Monaco GP - Race report
The entry for Monaco was much as normal although Jochen Rindt was still recovering from breaking his nose in his crash in Barcelona and so Team Lotus ran Richard Attwood as his replacement alongside Graham Hill. The field was bolstered by the reappearance of Silvio Moser in an old Brabham and Vic Elford running in an old Cooper-Maserati entered, aptly, by Antique Automobiles. There had been considerable worry expressed since the crashes in Barcelona about the high rear wings used on the cars and after the first practice the CSI held a meeting and decided on an immediate ban on the grounds of safety. The first session times were canceled and the qualifying process started all over again. There were some gripes from the teams but everyone got down to business and it was Jackie Stewart's Matra which emerged on pole, ahead of Chris Amon's Ferrari. Jean-Pierre Beltoise in the second Matra was third on the grid, ahead of Graham Hill while Jo Siffert (Walker-Durlacher Lotus) and John Surtees (BRM) shared the third row. The Brabhams of Jacky Ickx and Jack Brabham were on the fourth row, just ahead of Piers Courage in Frank Williams's customer BT26. Stewart took the lead at the start with Amon in pursuit. Beltoise was under pressure from Hill and the Lotus driver moved to third on the third lap. By lap 10 Stewart had a 10-second advantage. In the midfield Surtees suffered a gearbox failure in the tunnel and was hit by Brabham. Both drivers escaped injury. Six laps later Amon's Ferrari retired with a differential failure and on lap 21 Beltoise's Matra suffered a driveshaft failure and retired from third place. A lap later the leader Stewart had an identical problem with his Matra and retired. This left Hill in the lead with a 12 second advantage over Ickx and Courage. The battle for second place continued until the 49th lap when the Belgian retired with a rear suspension failure, leaving Courage to finish an impressive second while Siffert picked up third.





Watkins Glen 1979 - Gilles Villeneuve the wet weather master!
This is the race where everyone was surprised at the sheer speed of Gilles Villeneuve. Lapping faster than everyone in the wet until the later stages.





Flamethrower Ferrari F1 126C2 ex Gilles Villeneuve - EPIC!
Today I've recorded the ex Formula One car of Gilles Villeneuve during the Modena Trackdays on circuit Spa Francorchamps. This Ferrari 126CK was the car with which Ferrari raced in the 1981 Formula One season. This Ferrari is powered by a 1.5 liter V6 turbo, which its power Boosted to 650bhp in qualifying trim and around 600bhp in races. In this video you can see it in action with some amazing flames coming out from the Exhaust pipes. he 126C series cars won 10 races, took 10 pole positions and scored 260.5 points. Follow me: 1st Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/GUMBAL 2nd Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/GUMBALTV 3rd Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/CarChannelClassic FACEBOOK: http://www.fb.com/GUMBALTV INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/GUMBALTV TWITTER: http://Twitter.com/GUMBALTV http://www.gumbal.tv Thanks you for watching my videos. All feedback on my videos are appreciated! Don't forget to like the video and subscribe to my channel. More videos coming up! - Hans





Arnoux Villeneuve 1979
Quando la F1 appassionava davvero. Se un duello del genere fosse successo nel 2012 sarebbero stati squalificati a vita!!





F1 - 1980 Imola GP - Gilles Villeneuve crash
The 1980 Italian Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held on September 14, 1980 at the Imola Circuit in Italy. It was the twelfth race of the 1980 Formula One season. This was the only World Championship Italian Grand Prix that was not held at Monza, however Imola was used the following year to host the San Marino Grand Prix.





Sky Sports F1 2012: Gilles Villeneuve memorial
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Le Mans - 1959 - Highlights
The 1959 24 Hours of Le Mans was the 27th Grand Prix of Endurance, and took place on June 20 and 21 1959. It was also the fourth round of the World Sportscar Championship.





Gilles Villeneuve Tribute
Gilles Villeneuve Tribute Joseph Gilles Henri Villeneuve Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu 18 Gennaio 1950 ( Canada ) Lovanio 8 Maggio 1982 ( Belgio ) È l'8 maggio 1982, ore 13:52 a Zolder, mancano pochi minuti al termine delle qualifiche del sabato: Villeneuve è indietro, è sesto. È soprattutto dietro a "quello lì" come ora chiama Didier, che è terzo. Gilles, ormai in procinto di rientrare ai box su ordine del direttore tecnico Mauro Forghieri, affronta la chicane alle spalle dei box e successivamente la discesa che immette alla curva 'Terlamenbocht', la curva del bosco. È in quinta piena quando improvvisamente si trova davanti la più lenta March numero 17, guidata da Jochen Mass, il quale lo vede arrivare e si sposta subito a destra, pensando che il canadese lo superi a sinistra; Villeneuve, invece, nella stessa frazione di secondo pensa che Mass si sposti a sinistra, perché vuole affrontare la Terlamen all'interno, lungo la traiettoria più veloce, e anch'egli va quindi verso destra. La collisione è inevitabile: la Ferrari numero 27 urta, con la ruota anteriore sinistra, quella posteriore destra di Mass. La vettura decolla, fa alcune piroette in aria per poi schiantarsi violentemente contro un terrapieno a bordo pista, inpuntandosi nella terra molle con la tremenda energia cinetica di un'auto lanciata a 260 km/h che rilancia la vettura in aria, priva di gran parte dell'avantreno. Gilles fu proiettato, con le cinture di sicurezza divelte che si trascinavano dietro ancora il sedile della sua Ferrari, contro le reti di protezione; atterrò sulla spalla destra e con il corpo strappò la prima rete di protezione; successivamente, sbatté violentemente il collo su un paletto di sostegno della seconda rete metallica. Nell'urto il casco si strappò e rotolò vicino a lui. Immediatamente soccorso, apparve subito evidente che le sue condizioni erano gravissime: il pilota era cianotico e con il viso ed il collo edematosi. Gli fu effettuato il massaggio cardiaco e venne trasportato in elicottero alla clinica universitaria di Lovanio: un'equipe di medici rianimatori era già pronta per prestargli le prime cure, ma essi si trovarono di fronte ad un corpo inanimato che presentava solo deboli segni di attività vegetativa e si resero conto che non c'era più nulla da fare. Infatti, la diagnosi fu rapida e sconsolante: l'impatto con quel paletto, la tremenda decelerazione (calcolata in 27g) o, più probabilmente, la violentissima trazione esercitata sul collo dalle cinture di sicurezza nel momento in cui il sedile si era staccato dal telaio, avevano causato una lesione del tronco encefalico e la rottura (con conseguente distacco) delle vertebre cervicali con gravissime lesioni midollari. In poche parole, il cervello non mandava più impulsi al cuore che, insieme all'apparato respiratorio, svolgeva ancora le sue funzioni praticamente per inerzia. Gilles, ricoverato in terapia intensiva, fu dichiarato clinicamente morto alle 21:00 ora locale. I medici dichiararono che se anche, per assurdo, egli fosse sopravvissuto, sarebbe comunque rimasto paralizzato dal collo in giù ed in uno stato puramente vegetativo per quel che gli sarebbe restato da vivere. Ricevuta questa infausta prognosi, alle ore 21:12 la moglie Johanna diede l'autorizzazione a staccare la macchina cuore-polmone che lo teneva in vita. Il corpo di Gilles fu riportato in Canada il giorno successivo; dopo le esequie a Berthierville, la salma del pilota fu cremata. Da allora, Gilles Villeneuve è entrato nella storia e, pur non avendo mai vinto un titolo mondiale, la sua breve, ma intensa carriera ha fatto di lui un mito della Formula 1. « Se è vero che la vita di un essere umano è come un film, io ho avuto il privilegio di essere la comparsa, lo sceneggiatore, l'attore protagonista e il regista del mio modo di vivere. » (Gilles Villeneuve)





Massa no carro de Gilles Villeneuve part 2
Massa in Gilles Villeneuve car - part 2





Ferrari F1 V6 vs V12 PURE Sounds!
I have filmed a group of V6 and V12 powered Ferrari Formula 1 cars from the past, such as the F1 F93, 412 T2 and 126CK. The sound of these good old V12s was just deafening and it was truly awesome to hear these glorious F1s racing around SPA-Francorchamps, one of the most legendary racetracks of Formula 1! Facebook: http://on.fb.me/Marchettino Twitter: http://twitter.com/MarchettinoYT





F1 - 1980 Monaco GP - Derek Daly crash
The 1980 Monaco Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Monaco on May 18, 1980. It was the sixth round of the 1980 Formula One season. The race was the 38th Monaco Grand Prix. The race was held over 76 laps of the 3.34-kilometre circuit for a total race distance of 254 kilometres. It was won by Carlos Reutemann driving a Williams FW07B. The win was Reutermann's tenth Formula One victory and his first since the 1978 United States Grand Prix. He also became the fifth winner in six races of the 1980 season. Reutemann won by 1 minute and 13 seconds over French driver Jacques Laffite driving Ligier JS11/15. Third was Brazilian driver Nelson Piquet driving a Brabham BT49. Piquet's third place moved him past René Arnoux and Alan Jones into the lead of the world championship for the first time. The race however is remembered for a memorable and spectacular crash at the start of the race when Derek Daly collided with Bruno Giacomelli's Alfa Romeo 179, which sent Daly's Tyrrell 010 flying over Giacomelli and landing between teammate Jean-Pierre Jarier and Alain Prost's McLaren M29. All four drivers were out on the spot, but none suffered any serious injury. Jan Lammers also collected damage in his ATS D4 but was able to continue. The accident was particularly disappointing for McLaren after John Watson failed to qualify for Monaco's shortened 20 car grid. Fourth was West German driver Jochen Mass driving an Arrows A3 one lap down on Reutemann ahead of Canadian Gilles Villeneuve in a Ferrari 312T5. A further lap down in sixth was dual-World Champion Emerson Fittipaldi in a Fittipaldi F7. For Mass and Fittipaldi it would be last world championship points they would collect. Reutemann's win put Williams in the lead of the constructor's points race by five points over Ligier.





Alain Prost at Zandvoort in Renault RE40
Alain Prost at Zandvoort in Renault RE40





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F1 - 1970 Jarama GP - Jacky Ickx & Jackie Oliver accident
At the start of the race Jack Oliver's BRM collided with Ickx's Ferrari and both cars caught fire but both drivers escaped with relatively minor injuries, Ickx suffering a few burns. The cars however were both destroyed and continued to burn for some time. BRM immediately called in Rodriguez to check the suspension as Oliver reported an axle failure. The car was withdrawn.





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