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Old 26 Mar 2003, 17:26 (Ref:549017)   #16
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Alesi the unluckiest driver ever? I know this is a thread on one hit wonders, but there are drivers who NEVER won a GP who were more unlucky - Chris Amon anyone?
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Old 26 Mar 2003, 17:30 (Ref:549024)   #17
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Was that Vittorio Brambilla, who crashed his car after finishing the race as a winner?
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Old 26 Mar 2003, 17:49 (Ref:549050)   #18
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Yep, but I think he still completed his victory lap (with bent car)?!
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Old 26 Mar 2003, 18:00 (Ref:549067)   #19
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Beltoise had a bad injury during a formula 3 race in Reims in 1964 (?)
Then he was only able to drive efficiently (zandvoort 68, Monaco 72) when the track was wet and the steering wheels felt lighter (english is not my 1st language so i hope i'm understandable).
On Panis, i regret to admit his good days are gone. Anyway, if Prost would'nt have sent him back to the track in Montreal in 1997, some more victories and another carreer might have been possible.
It was to make points, said the boss, but anyhow Nakano made the point and Panis hit the wall. The Prost team was one of the worst things that Happened to French motorsport.
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Old 26 Mar 2003, 18:42 (Ref:549132)   #20
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On Panis, i regret to admit his good days are gone. Anyway, if Prost would'nt have sent him back to the track in Montreal in 1997, some more victories and another carreer might have been possible.
Sorry Chofar, don't understand this paragraph, why wouldn't Prost send Panis "back to the track"? Nobody knows when an accident will happen unless the team knows there is a car problem, and i'm sure the team and Alain himself wouldn't have allowed Panis to continue if they had have known about a problem that bad.
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Old 26 Mar 2003, 20:01 (Ref:549240)   #21
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Alesi the unluckiest driver ever? I know this is a thread on one hit wonders, but there are drivers who NEVER won a GP who were more unlucky - Chris Amon anyone?
Yep....you are completly right...Chris Amon
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Old 26 Mar 2003, 20:15 (Ref:549267)   #22
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Was that Vittorio Brambilla, who crashed his car after finishing the race as a winner?
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Hey don't forget my all time favourite Armco Bender either Vittorio Brambilla.His 1 win was a big hit literally,into the armco after taking the chequered flag
J.P Jarier would be the other driver as unlucky as Chris Amon.
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Old 26 Mar 2003, 21:33 (Ref:549348)   #23
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I'm 99% sure Juan and Kimi will come through, but Panis is unlikely.
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And Kimi or JPM will win in Brazil
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Old 26 Mar 2003, 21:42 (Ref:549370)   #24
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Well, to be more precise on the 97 Montreal chapter, i do recall (i wrote the first post quickly before dinner) that Panis was involved in some friction with another car (to be verified) which caused him to have a stop approx. 10 laps before his crash. I didn't mean no criminal intention when saying that, rather wanting to show how this team was badly pressured all the way and somehow mis-organized.
The next year at Spa i remember Prost (the guy who didn't start Adelaide 89) saying that conditions were rather good for his drivers.
It seems i lose measure when i talk of Prost-the Boss. Fortunately there had been Prost-the Driver. I wrote that also because i found evident that Panis'accident was a gap in his carreer. And because i dansed on my chair when he won at Monaco.
As for Jarier, we talked of him in another thread about the too-short-carreers if i recall correctly.
And Beltoise was injuried in a Rene-Bonnet at the 12 hours of Reims 1964 (verified)
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Old 26 Mar 2003, 21:42 (Ref:549371)   #25
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Vittorio Brambilla, the Monza Gorilla. One of the smallest but most vociferous fan clubs in all motorsports. I understand he passed away recently; but his legacy lives on.

RIP , big guy.
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Old 26 Mar 2003, 21:51 (Ref:549385)   #26
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I think Peter Gethin's win still stands as the Fastest ever world championship race.

Is that win classed as a lucky win or what??????
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Old 27 Mar 2003, 20:53 (Ref:550486)   #27
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When Montoya won his only Grand Prix and became a ONE-HIT WONDER, who would have thought that 21 Grand Prix later he still would be a ONE-HIT WONDER?
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Old 28 Mar 2003, 04:26 (Ref:550707)   #28
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Juan-Hit Juander?

Both Panis and Alesi had the ability to win more than just one. Mika Salo would have been a perfect example had he not have to move over for Eddie Irvine.
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When Montoya won his only Grand Prix and became a ONE-HIT WONDER, who would have thought that 21 Grand Prix later he still would be a ONE-HIT WONDER?
Yeah, it's unbelievable isn't it. Shame the Willy's have been such dogs since 2001.

Maybe he can take win #2 if the Ferrari's and Mclaren's crash out of a GP sometime soon

Seriously though, JPM will get win number two, and I think it will be this year.

Vittorio Brambilla is the most surprising winner on that list I feel.
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Isn't there one driver (a Frenchman) missing from the list? I apologise because his name escapes but he drove for Tyrrell at the time of his win (I think) then was killed testing an Alfa.
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