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F1 saddened by news of the passing of Patrick Tambay

Patrick Tambay, who competed in 114 Grands Prix in the 1970s and 1980s, died on Sunday at the age of 73. The Frenchman's family announced this. Tambay had been suffering from Parkinson's disease for years. Article continues under ad Tambay managed to win two Grands Prix in his F1 career. He was best in Germany in 1982 and a year later in San Marino. Eleven times he stood on the podium, five times Tambay captured the pole. Read more FIA backs Red Bull penalty: 'We didn't even expect it' Major teams During his career, the Frenchman drove for McLaren ('78 and '79), Ferrari ('82-'83) and Renault ('84-'85), among others. With Ferrari, he finished fourth in the championship in 1983. That was his...
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