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Old 23 May 2002, 20:46 (Ref:294023)   #1
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Yoong Montoya should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
Has there ever been a race where every car retired?

I think the entire field retired in the wet at Adelaide '91, but because Senna was the last to retire, he won the race. Is this true?:confused: And if not, is there any other example
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Old 23 May 2002, 20:51 (Ref:294035)   #2
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I don't think that happenned, there have been instances of only 3 cars finishing, Monaco 96.
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Old 23 May 2002, 20:53 (Ref:294038)   #3
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You copied my thread!!!!! Nevermind,it's still great!
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Old 23 May 2002, 20:57 (Ref:294048)   #4
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this is true, the race lasted 14 laps i believe but 20 cars were classified. i cant think of any other examples though
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Old 24 May 2002, 03:08 (Ref:294301)   #5
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In Adelaide 1991, the race was stopped because of the rain
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Old 24 May 2002, 03:16 (Ref:294308)   #6
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Valve Bounce has been held in scrutiny for further testing
The Adelaid track was notorious for its poor drainage, and all the cars were aquaplaning.

However, let's hope we get more than 6 finishers this weekend.

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Old 24 May 2002, 04:50 (Ref:294353)   #7
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I think Monaco 1996 set the record for least amount of finishes with 3 (or was it 4?)

Australia 1991 was stopped after 14 laps due to the absolutely atrocious conditions and the race was eventually abandoned. It holds the record for shortest distance covered ever for a grand prix.
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Old 24 May 2002, 16:16 (Ref:295134)   #8
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Actually, Monaco '96 equaled minimal no of finishes (4 - Panis, Coulthard, Herbert, and I think Frentzen), but that allready happened once in sixties ('66?) also in Monaco
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Frentzen was stopped in the pits at Monaco 96. However, 7 cars were qualified there, with 3 effectively crossing the finish line.

At Monaco 66, only Stewart, Bandini, G. Hill and Bondurant crossed the finish line and were classified. Guy Ligier and Jo Bonnier also crossed the line, but they were more than 25 laps down, so they weren't classified.
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Old 24 May 2002, 20:34 (Ref:295334)   #10
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The 1991 Australian Grand Prix was red-flagged after 14 laps. Full Classification from FORIX.com...less than half the field had retired by this early stage, although there had been a few heavy accidents, so it's no suprise that the event was cancelled.

1 1 Ayrton Senna McLaren/Honda 14 24'34.899
2 5 Nigel Mansell Williams/Renault 14 24'36.158 1.259
3 2 Gerhard Berger McLaren/Honda 14 24'40.019 5.120
4 20 Nelson Piquet Benetton/Ford 14 25'05.002 30.103
5 6 Riccardo Patrese Williams/Renault 14 25'25.436 50.537
6 27 G.Morbidelli Ferrari 14 25'25.968 51.069
7 21 Emanuele Pirro Dallara/Judd 14 25'27.260 52.361
8 33 A.de Cesaris Jordan/Ford 14 25'35.330 1'00.431
9 32 A.Zanardi Jordan/Ford 14 25'50.466 1'15.567
10 4 Stefano Modena Tyrrell/Honda 14 25'55.269 1'20.370
11 12 Johnny Herbert Lotus/Judd 14 25'56.972 1'22.073
12 22 J J Lehto Dallara/Judd 14 26'13.418 1'38.519
13 9 Michele Alboreto Footwork/Ford 14 26'14.202 1'39.303
14 15 M.Gugelmin Leyton House/Ilmor 13 24'08.926 1 Lap
15 10 Alex Caffi Footwork/Ford 13 24'51.418 1 Lap
16 24 Roberto Moreno Minardi/Ferrari 13 25'01.922 1 Lap
17 8 Mark Blundell Brabham/Yamaha 13 25'03.237 1 Lap
18 26 Erik Comas Ligier/Lamborghini 13 25'24.128 1 Lap
19 11 Mika Hakkinen Lotus/Judd 13 25'52.658 1 Lap
20 16 Karl Wendlinger Leyton House/Ilmor 12 26'11.255 2 Laps

(15) 23 P.Martini Minardi/Ferrari 8 15'39.323 Spun off
(5) 19 M.Schumacher Benetton/Ford 5 9'05.591 Collision
(6) 28 Jean Alesi Ferrari 5 9'06.446 Collision
(17) 34 Nicola Larini Lambo/Lamborghini 5 9'52.675 Spun off
(23) 25 Thierry Boutsen Ligier/Lamborghini 5 10'10.688 Collision
(26) 3 Satoru Nakajima Tyrrell/Honda 4 8'46.472 Spun off
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