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Starting from so far back on the grid and winning the race? It's rare, but it happens .On only 23 occasions in F1 history has a driver won from outside the top 10 positions on the grid - and John Watson holds the record, after starting 22nd at the 1983 Long Beach Grand Prix. Autosport’s Chief Editor Kevin Turner revisits the unbelievable day in F1 history in this episode of a “Short View Back to the Past.”

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May 6, 2022
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