1976 Austrian Grand Prix


1976 Austrian Grand Prix

Results from the 1976 Formula One Austrian Grand Prix held at Österreichring on August 15, 1976.

Classification

Notes

*Pole position: James Hunt - 1:35.02cite book | last = Lang | first = Mike | title = Grand Prix! Vol 3 | publisher = Haynes Publishing Group | date = 1983 | pages = p138 | isbn = 0-85429-380-9]
*Fastest lap: James Hunt - 1:35.91cite book | last = Lang | first = Mike | title = Grand Prix! Vol 3 | publisher = Haynes Publishing Group | date = 1983 | pages = p141 | isbn = 0-85429-380-9]
*This race was the only major F1 and European victory for Penske Racing. It was a poignant win for the team, coming a year after the death of their former driver Mark Donohue at the same circuit the previous season. Roger Penske withdrew the team at the end of year to refocus on IndyCar racing.

References

"Unless otherwise indicated, all race results are taken from cite web | title = The Official Formula 1 website | url = http://www.formula1.com/results/season/1976/452/ | accessdate = 2007-06-16

F1 race report
Name_of_race = Austrian Grand Prix
Year_of_race = 1976
Previous_race_in_season = 1976 German Grand Prix
Next_race_in_season = 1976 Dutch Grand Prix
Previous_year's_race = 1975 Austrian Grand Prix
Next_year's_race = 1977 Austrian Grand Prix


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