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When Lauda and Ferrari reached their bitter end

©WRI On this day in 1977, Jody Scheckter won the Canadian Grand Prix but it was another event that marked the weekend in Montreal back then. For many, the association between Ferrari and Niki Lauda was the perfect partnership between man and machine . But lingering conflicts and bitter disputes, which had started the year before following Lauda's decision to retire from the 1976 Japanese GP and hand the title to James Hunt, had taken their toll on the Austrian's relationship with the Scuderia and Enzo Ferrari. By the Canadian Grand Prix, Lauda was fed up. With two races remaining in the 1977 season, he simply walked away.
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