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F1 GP Monte Carlo 1981 - live !

Legend. F1 - Grand Prix, Monte Carlo, 31.Mai 1981. Heinz Prüller kommentiert, original TV-Mitschnitt (O-Ton, ORF 98min., de/ger). 1. Gilles VILLENEUVE (CAN, Ferrari) 2. Alan Jones (AUS, Williams) 3. Jacques Laffite (FRA, Ligier) Abwechslungsreiches Rennen mit 3 Führenden: Nelson Piquet (BRA, Brabham), Alan Jones und schließlich Gilles Villeneuve. Mit dabei M.Alboretto, M.Andretti, R.Arnoux, E.de Angelis, E.Cheever, N.Mansell, R.Patrese, D.Pironi, A.Prost, C.Reutemann, M.Surer, J.Watson & nette Versprecher von Heinz Prüller goto 64:10 ("...die Situation im Dschungel .. ähh .. Tunnel") und Siegfried Stohr ("... war nicht viel Wasser im Tunnel, nur 20 Zentimeter").


 


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