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Formula One World Championship
Lord Alexander Hesketh (GBR) Hesketh Team Owner finds time to take a nap during the GP weekend. Belgian Grand Prix, Rd 5, Nivelles-Baulers, Belgium, 12 May 1974.

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Francois Cevert (FRA) Tyrrell 002 finished second. Belgian Grand Prix, Circuit de Nivelles-Baulers, 4 June 1972. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) McLaren celebrates his victory on the podium. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) McLaren celebrates his victory on the podium. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
The podium (L to R): Francois Cevert (FRA) Tyrrell second place; Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) Lotus race winner; Denny Hulme (NZL) McLaren third

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Formula One World Championship
The podium (L to R): Francois Cevert (FRA) Tyrrell second place; Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) Lotus race winner; Denny Hulme (NZL) McLaren third

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Formula One World Championship
Peter Gethin (GBR) BRM P160B retired on lap 28 with an engine misfire due to a faulty fuel pump. Belgian Grand Prix, Circuit de Nivelles-Baulers, 4 June 1972. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Ronnie Peterson (SWE) Lotus 76 retired on lap 57 with a leaking fuel tank. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
The podium (L to R): Francois Cevert (FRA) Tyrrell second place with race winner Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) Lotus. Belgian Grand Prix, Circuit de Nivelles-Baulers, 4 June 1972. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Race winner Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) Lotus 72D, shown here during practice in his T-car. Belgian Grand Prix, Circuit de Nivelles-Baulers, 4 June 1972. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Fourth placed Clay Regazzoni (SUI) Ferrari 312B3, who was credited with a dubious pole position, leads the race from the eventual winner Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) McLaren M23

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Formula One World Championship
The podium (L to R): Francois Cevert (FRA) Tyrrell second place; Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) Lotus race winner; Denny Hulme (NZL) McLaren third

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Formula One World Championship
Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) McLaren (Centre) celebrates his victory on the podium with second placed Niki Lauda (AUT) Ferrari (Left) beside him. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974

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Formula One World Championship
Clay Regazzoni (SUI) Ferrari 312B2 led the race in the opening stages from race winner Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) Lotus 72D, but would crash into a spinning backmarker on lap 58 and retire

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Formula One World Championship
Race winner Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) McLaren M23 beat second placed Niki Lauda (AUT) Ferrari 312B3 to the line by less than half a second. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974

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Formula One World Championship
Clay Regazzoni (SUI) Ferrari 312B2 led the race in the opening stages from race winner Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) Lotus 72D, but would crash into a spinning backmarker on lap 58 and retire

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Formula One World Championship
Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) McLaren celebrates his victory on the podium. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Ronnie Peterson (SWE) Lotus 76 retired on lap 57 with a leaking fuel tank. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Francois Migualt (FRA) BRM P160E finished sixteenth. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974. BEST IMAGE

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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
Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) McLaren celebrates his victory on the podium. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Howden Ganley (NZL) BRM P160B finished eighth. Belgian Grand Prix, Circuit de Nivelles-Baulers, 4 June 1972. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Carlos Reutemann (ARG) Brabham retired from the race on lap 63 with a broken fuel line. Belgian Grand Prix, Rd 5, Nivelles-Baulers, Belgium, 12 May 1974

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Formula One World Championship
Hans-Joachim Stuck (GER) March 741 was the first retirement on the seventh lap with a broken clutch. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Peter Revson (USA) McLaren M19A charged through the field after a first lap pit stop to finish seventh. Belgian Grand Prix, Circuit de Nivelles-Baulers, 4 June 1972. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Andrea de Adamich (ITA) Ceramica Pagnossin Surtees TS9B retired on lap 56 with a broken engine. Belgian Grand Prix, Circuit de Nivelles-Baulers, 4 June 1972. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
The McLaren team stand by the pit wall watching race winner Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) McLaren M23 pass. The pit board signs lay scattered on the floor

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Formula One World Championship
Tim Schenken (AUS) Trojan RJ02 finished tenth. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Patrick Depailler (FRA) Tyrrell 007/2 retired on lap 54 with a broken brake strap. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Rolf Stommelen (GER) finished eleventh in the Eifelland March 721 with its distinctive periscope rear-view mirror. Belgian Grand Prix, Circuit de Nivelles-Baulers, 4 June 1972. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) McLaren celebrates his victory on the podium. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
The Goodyear transporter and working area in the paddock. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
The stricken Hesketh 308 of James Hunt (GBR) sits stranded by the side of the circuit after it suffered a broken rose joint in the rear suspension on lap 46

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Formula One World Championship
Giovanni (Nanni) Galli (ITA) debuted the Tecno PA123 but was forced out of the race with suspension damage when he was hit by another car whilst spinning on lap 55

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EMERSON FITTIPALDI, TEXACO MARLBORO MCLAREN, BELGIAN GP, NIVELLES 1974

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Fitti7401. Jpg: Emerson Fittipaldi, Texaco Marlboro McLaren, Belgian Gp, Nivelles 1974
Emerson Fittipaldi, Texaco Marlboro McLaren, Belgian Gp, Nivelles 1974

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Formula One World Championship: Tom Pryce Token RJ02 crashed out of his, and the teams, GP debut on lap 67
Tom Pryce (GBR) Token RJ02 crashed out of his, and the team s, GP debut on lap 67. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974. BEST IMAGE

Background imageNivelles Collection: Formula One World Championship: Vittorio Brambilla March 741 finished ninth

Formula One World Championship: Vittorio Brambilla March 741 finished ninth
Vittorio Brambilla (ITA) March 741 finished ninth. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974. BEST IMAGE

Background imageNivelles Collection: Formula One World Championship: Brian Redman Shadow DN3 was credited as finishing eighteenth

Formula One World Championship: Brian Redman Shadow DN3 was credited as finishing eighteenth
Brian Redman (GBR) Shadow DN3 was credited as finishing eighteenth and last despite retiring on lap 81 with a blown engine. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship: Fourth placed Clay Regazzoni Ferrari 312B3 was credited with a dubious pole position
Fourth placed Clay Regazzoni (SUI) Ferrari 312B3 was credited with a dubious pole position that was over a second faster than the nearest driver. Belgian Grand Prix, Nivelles-Baulers, 12 May 1974

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Formula One World Championship: Race winner Emerson Fittipaldi Lotus 72D comes under pressure from local favourite
Race winner Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) Lotus 72D comes under pressure from local favourite Jacky Ickx (BEL) Ferrari 312B2, who retired after 48 laps with fuel injection problems


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