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Background imageFirst Race Collection: Formula One World Championship: Dan Gurney debuted his Eagle T1G but was too many laps down to be

Formula One World Championship: Dan Gurney debuted his Eagle T1G but was too many laps down to be classified
(L to R): Dan Gurney (USA) debuted his Eagle T1G but was too many laps down to be classified. Alongside him is Phil Hill (USA) who drove the camera car for the MGM film Grand Prix

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Australian Grand Prix, Rd1, Melbourne, Australia, 12 March 2000
Jenson Button (GBR) made his Formula One debut with the Williams F1 Team. Australian Grand Prix, Rd1, Melbourne, Australia, 12 March 2000

Background imageFirst Race Collection: Formula One World Championship: Grand Prix debutante Mark Webber Minardi PS02 sensationally came

Formula One World Championship: Grand Prix debutante Mark Webber Minardi PS02 sensationally came from eighteenth to
Grand Prix debutante Mark Webber (AUS) Minardi PS02 sensationally came from eighteenth to finish fifth. Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne, 3 March 2002

Background imageFirst Race Collection: Formula One World Championship: Tim Schenken debuted the Trojan-Tauranac Racing Suzuki / Homelite

Formula One World Championship: Tim Schenken debuted the Trojan-Tauranac Racing Suzuki / Homelite Trojan T103
Tim Schenken (AUS) debuted the Trojan-Tauranac Racing Suzuki/Homelite Trojan T103 and was classified in fourteenth and last position, despite spinning off on the seventy-seventh lap

Background imageFirst Race Collection: Formula One World Championship: Nelson Piquet made his GP debut in the Ensign N177

Formula One World Championship: Nelson Piquet made his GP debut in the Ensign N177
Nelson Piquet (BRA) made his GP debut in the Ensign N177, but retired from the race on lap 32 with a blown engine. German Grand Prix, Rd 11, Hockenheim, Germany, 30 July 1978

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Formula One World Championship
Legendary motorcycle rider Mike Hailwood (GBR) Lotus 24 finished eighth on his Grand Prix debut. British Grand Prix, Silverstone, 20 July 1963.

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Formula One World Championship
Derek Daly (IRE) Hesketh 308E failed to qualify on his debut GP appearance. United States Grand Prix West, Rd 4, Long Beach, USA, 2 April 1978. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
The de Tomaso 505, entered by Frank Williams (GBR) was debuted by Piers Courage (GBR), who retired on lap 40 after kerb hopping damaged his suspension

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Formula One World Championship
Eddie Cheever (USA) Hesketh 308E retired from his GP debut on lap nine with an oil leak. South African Grand Prix, Rd 3, Kyalami, South Africa, 4 March 1978. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Tony Settember (USA) Emeryson (61) finished eleventh on his Grand Prix debut. British Grand Prix, Aintree, 21 July 1962.

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Formula One World Championship
Roger Williamson (GBR) (Right) March, who didn't take the restart on his GP debut after being involved in the multi car accident, talks with his backer Tom Wheatcroft (GBR)

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Formula One World Championship
Mario Andretti (USA) Lotus 49B caused a sensation when he took pole position on his GP debut. His race was curtailed however with clutch failure

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Formula One World Championship
Mario Andretti (USA), Lotus Cosworth 49B, made his Formula One race debut at Watkins Glen. He scored pole position but retired on lap 32 with clutch failure

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Formula One World Championship
Rene Arnoux (FRA) Martini MK23 failed to qualify on his and the teams GP debut. South African Grand Prix, Rd 3, Kyalami, South Africa, 4 March 1978. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Francois Cevert (FRA) Tyrrell Racing Organisation March 701 retired from his GP debut on lap 32 with an engine failure. Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort, 21 June 1970. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
The Brabham BT3 made its Grand Prix debut in the hands of the team owner Jack Brabham (AUS). He retired on lap nine with a broken throttle linkage. German Grand Prix, Nurburgring, 5 August 1962.

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Formula One World Championship
Mike Parkes (GBR) Ferrari 312, on his debut race for Ferrari finished in 2nd place. French Grand Prix, Riems, France, 3 July 1966.

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Formula One World Championship
Gilles Villeneuve (CDN) stunned the F1 fraternity on his GP debut when he qualified his McLaren M23 in ninth place. He would have finished in the points but for a faulty water temperature gauge that

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Formula One World Championship
Heinz Schiller (SUI) Ecurie Filipinetti Lotus 24 retired after four laps in his only Grand Prix appearance. German Grand Prix, Nurburgring, 5 August 1962.

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Formula One World Championship
Bobby Unser (USA) BRM P138 retired on lap 35 in his debut Grand Prix. USA Grand Prix, Watkins Glen, USA, 6 October 1968.

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Formula One World Championship
Honda made their F1 debut with fellow debutante Ronnie Bucknum (USA) driving the RA271. He qualified last and spun on the twelfth lap, but was classified in thirteenth place

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Formula One World Championship
Patrick Depailler (FRA), making his GP debut in an Elf supported Tyrrell 004, suffers one of his two punctures in the race that caused him to not be classified as a finisher

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Formula One World Championship
Derek Warwick (GBR) made his debut GP appearance with the Toleman TG181 - the team also making its GP debut. The car was beset with problems and Warwick failed to qualify

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Formula One World Championship
Trevor Taylor (GBR) appeared in the debut making Shannon Coventry Climax Mk1. The car qualified last, failed to make it off the start line and was never seen in F1 again

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Formula One World Championship
Eddie Cheever (USA), joined the Hesketh team and retired from his first race start race on lap 9 with a broken oil line in his 308E. Eddie replaced former driver Divina Galica (GBR) (Background)

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Formula One World Championship
Robin Widdows (GBR) Cooper T86 retired with ignition failure in his debut race. British Grand Prix, Brands Hatch, England, 20 July 1968.

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Formula One World Championship
The Brabham BT3 made its Grand Prix debut in the hands of the team owner Jack Brabham (AUS). He retired on lap nine with a broken throttle linkage. German Grand Prix, Nurburgring, 5 August 1962.

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Formula One World Championship
Mario Andretti (USA) Lotus 49B caused a sensation when he took pole position on his GP debut. His race was curtailed however with clutch failure

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Formula One World Championship
Eddie Cheever (USA) joined the Hesketh team and retired from his first race start on lap 9 with a broken oil line. South African Grand Prix, Rd 3, Kyalami, South Africa, 4 March 1978.

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Formula One World Championship
Mario Andretti (USA), Lotus Cosworth 49B, made his Formula One race debut at Watkins Glen. He started from pole position but retired on lap 32 with clutch failure

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Formula One World Championship
Kurt Ahrens Jr (GER) Brabham BT24 finished in 12 place in his debut Grand Prix. German Grand Prix, Nurburgring, Germany, 4 August 1968.

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Formula One World Championship
Alessandro Pesenti-Rossi (ITA) finished fourteenth on his GP debut in the Scuderia Gulf Rondini Tyrrell 007. German Grand Prix, Rd 10, Nurburgring, 1 August 1976. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Colin Chapman (GBR) Lotus Team Owner (Right) talks with Brian Henton (GBR), who crashed out of his GP debut in the Lotus 72E, but was credited with a sixteenth place position

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Formula One World Championship
Derek Bell (GBR) Ferrari with his wife Pam. He qualified in 8th place in his debut Grand Prix but only completed 4 laps before retiring with mechanical trouble

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Formula One World Championship
Gijs van Lennep (NED) finished eighth on his GP debut in a Stichting Autoraces Nederland entered Surtees TS7. Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort, 20 June 1971. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Skip Barber (USA) was not classified on his GP debut in the Gene Mason Racing March 711 after completing only 60 of the 70 race laps. Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort, 20 June 1971. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Nigel Mansell (GBR) Lotus 81B made his F1 debut. He retired from the race on lap 41 with a blown engine and suffered mild burns from a fuel leak

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Formula One World Championship
Robin Widdows (GBR) Cooper T86. Retired from his debut race with ignition trouble. British Grand Prix, Brands Hatch, England, 20 July 1968.

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Formula One World Championship
(L to R): Bernie Ecclestone (GBR) Brabham Team Owner / FOCA Chief Executive with Ricardo Zunino (ARG) who replaced Niki Lauda (AUT) after the first practice session when he retired from the sport

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Formula One World Championship
Lady racer Divina Galica (GBR) Whiting Surtees TS16 failed to qualify on her debut GP appearance. British Grand Prix, Rd 9, Brands Hatch, England, 18 July 1976. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
The de Tomaso 505, entered by Frank Williams (GBR) (On the right of rear wing) was debuted by Piers Courage (GBR) (by Rear tyre), who retired on lap 40 after kerb hopping damaged his suspension

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Formula One World Championship
Ronnie Peterson (SWE) March 701 finished seventh on his GP debut. Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo, 10 May 1970. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Jo Siffert (SUI) made his debut Grand Prix start in a privately entered Lotus 21, finishing the race tenth and last. Belgian Grand Prix, Spa-Francorchamps, 17 June 1962

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Formula One World Championship
Eighteenth placed Henri Pescarolo (FRA) BRM P160E leads Ian Scheckter (RSA) Gunston Lotus 72E, who finished thirteenth on his GP debut. South African Grand Prix, Kyalami, 30 March 1974. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Bobby Rahal (USA) Wolf WR5 finished twelfth in his first of two GP appearances. United States Grand Prix (East), Rd 15, Watkins Glen, USA, 1 October 1978. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Emilio Zapico (ESP) Mapfre Williams FW04, failed to qualify in his one and only GP appearance. Spanish Grand Prix, Rd4, Jarama, Spain, 2 May 1976

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Formula One World Championship
Teddy Pilette (BEL) Brabham BT42 finished seventeenth in his first and only GP start. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
The Honda V12 engine powering the Ra271 on its Grand Prix debut. German Grand, Prix, Nurburgring, 2 August 1964



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