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Rindt At Monaco

Jochen Rindt (Brabham BT24) leads from Dick Attwood (BRM P123) and Pedro Rodriguez (BRM P133) during the Monaco GP of 1968. Attwood gained second place and fastest lap, his only F1 podium appearance, in a race won by pole-sitter and “Mr. Monaco,” Graham Hill. Meanwhile, Rindt retired after just eight laps following an accident. Classifications.

Rindt @ Monaco

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