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Canadian Grand Prix 1978

Gilles—Canada 1978

The 1978 Formula One season was all about the innovative and dominating Lotus 79 ground effects machine, nicknamed the “wing car,” driven by Mario Andretti and teammate Ronnie Peterson. But at the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal, the final race of the year — and with Peterson having perished in a terrible starting line accident during the Italian GP at MonzaGilles Villeneuve came home to take his first Grand Prix victory in the Ferrari 312T3.


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  1. […] Jean-Pierre Jarier (Lotus 79) leads the field away at the start of the 1978 Canadian Grand Prix, a race famous as the first GP win for Ferrari’s Gilles […]

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