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1971 March 711 prototype

A big step from Marchs first car, the simple the 711 featured some unique aerodynamic thinking. While not a winner, Petersen drove it into second in the championship, although a long ways behind Stewart.

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1970 - US Grand Prix (Watkins Glen) - Ronnie Peterson (March) [960x573] (i.imgur.com)

1970 Watkins Glen Antique Automobiles Ltd March 701 Ronnie Peterson

1971 Alex Soler-Roig GP de Holanda en Zandvoort con March-Ford 711

Alex Soler-Roig at the 1971 Dutch GP in a March 711 he retired with engine issues.

1967 Cooper T86 powered by an ancient Maserati V-12, an engine whose basic design goes back to 1956. Even the best version of the engine could manage only 380 HP (most were 360 HP) at a time when the Ford Cosworth DFV were already producing over 400 HP.

1967 Cooper powered by an ancient Maserati an engine whose basic design goes back to Even the best version of the engine could manage only 380 HP (most were 360 HP) at a time when the Ford Cosworth DFV were already producing over 400 HP.

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