Grand Prix Gold: Brazil 1975
Autosport relives the great races of the past, and as we head into the final race of the season, autosport.com looks back to a famous Brazilian Grand Prix, that of 1975, when a son of Sao Paulo - Carlos Pace - inherited victory from Jean-Pierre Jarier on the Interlagos track that now bears his name
Seldom in modern GP racing does one man with one car have a spectacular advantage in one race meeting and, even less likely, is he to enjoy it again at the following meeting.
Thus when Jean-Pierre Jarier put his UOP on pole in Argentina, only to be let down by a mechanical fault even before the start, it was a tremendous disappointment. Fortune seemed to be making up for it a fortnight later in Brazil, however, for he was again fast and took pole by a wide margin and, indeed, started the race.
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