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1981 Canadian Grand Prix: Gilles Villeneuve 3rd position

1981 Canadian Grand Prix.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
25-27 September 1981.
Gilles Villeneuve (Ferrari 126CK) 3rd position.
Ref-81 CAN 01.
A Race Through Time exhibition number 8.
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