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Former Ferrari and McLaren driver Patrick Tambay dies at 73

French news agency AFP has reported that former Formula 1 driver and two-time Grand Prix winner Patrick Tambay has passed away at the age of 73. Born on June 25 1949 in Paris and educated in France and in the United States, Tambay made 114 Grand Prix starts during his time in F1. He made his bow in the 1977 French Grand Prix with Team Surtees although he failed to qualify for the race, and concluded in 1986 at the Australian Grand Prix with Team Haas. He appeared on the podium on 11 occasions, and took two wins while driving for Ferrari after replacing the late Gilles Villeneuve mid-season in 1982. Tambay claimed a podium finish in only his second race with the Scuderia at Brands Hatch,...
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