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Österreichring accidents

Post by Jacob » 7 months ago

The good old Österreichring was very fast and also a bit dangerous.
But in the Database is only one accident there.
http://www.the-fastlane.co.uk/cpdb/cras ... ditid1=326

I will look in the archivs of motorsportarchiv.at and Technisches Museum Wien.

Maybe you can add more from other sources.
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Post by Jacob » 7 months ago

Rain led to many accidents during the 1978 Grand Prix:

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Description: Caught napping by Reutemann in the opening manoeuvres Andretti tried to go round the outside of the Ferrari and spun off into the barriers! ...
The track was a lot more slippery than most people realised and on the fourth lap Scheckter slid off and crashed into Andretti's abandoned Lotus, doing neither of the cars any good. This left Depailler in second place followed by Watson, Jabouille, Hunt and Laffite, for Reutemann had had a "moment" and dropped back down the field. On the far side of the circuit a heavy rainstorm was approaching and conditions on "slick" tyres were impossible as rain swept across the valley. Even before the rain at the start finish area great rooster-tails of spray could be seen billowing out behind the cars as they descended the hillside from the top straight. At the end of lap 6 Villeneuve headed for the pits for rain tyres, having executed a monumental spin, and next lap Jabouille lost control of the Renault, managed to gather it all up and also stopped for rain tyres, while Fittipaldi was into the pits and Pironi spun off and knocked the nose cone off his Tyrrell. Peterson finished lap 7 in full control of the situation and when the last car had gone through the officials decided to stop the race and the red and black flags were held out, meaning "Race to stop and restart at a later time." After the decision had been made Peterson spun off onto the grass and got stuck, so it was Depailler who arrived first at the red and black flags, and as the rain poured down the Austrian GP came to a grinding halt.
From Motorsportsmagazine.

For the second part Mario Andretti, Jody Scheckter, Hector Rebaque & Nelson Piquet did not restart. Rebaque had clutch problems, while the others had crashed.
Year: 1978
Driver(s): Mario Andretti; Jody Scheckter; Nelson Piquet; Riccardo Patrese; Gilles Villeneuve; Didier Pironi; Patrick Tambay;
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Formula One
Vehicle: Wolf WR5; Lotus 79; McLaren M23 #11; Arrows A1; Ferrari 312 T4; McLaren M26; Tyrrell 008
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Austrian GP
Video: https://youtu.be/v6-bPVS3SA8?t=473 (Andretti)
https://youtu.be/v6-bPVS3SA8?t=839 (Scheckter)
https://youtu.be/v6-bPVS3SA8?t=823 (Piquet)
https://youtu.be/v6-bPVS3SA8?t=1170 (Patrese)
https://youtu.be/v6-bPVS3SA8?t=1274 (Pironi)
https://youtu.be/v6-bPVS3SA8?t=1421 (Tambay)
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: LAT
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Description: Directly after the restart Alan Jones pinned his Williams into the barriers at the Dr. Tiroch-Kurve.
Year: 1978
Driver(s): Alan Jones
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Formula One
Vehicle: Williams FW06 #001
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Austrian GP
Video: https://youtu.be/J1tvXdlY33c?t=269
Fatal: No
Photo Credit:
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Description: Collision between Hans-Joachim Stuck and Carlos Reutemann. This happened before the restart.
Year: 1978
Driver(s): Hans-Joachim Stuck; Carlos Reutemann
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Formula One
Vehicle: Shadow DN9; Ferrari 312 T4
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Austrian GP
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joAXEM4wsVA
Fatal: No
Photo Credit:
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Description: On the lap after the restart James Hunt spun into the barriers at the exit of the Boschkurve. He tried to continue, but the rear was too damaged.
Year: 1978
Driver(s): James Hunt
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Formula One
Vehicle: McLaren M26
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Austrian GP
Video: https://youtu.be/J1tvXdlY33c?t=295
Fatal: No
Photo Credit:
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Description: Pironi spun into the barriers at the entry of the Jochen Rindt-Kurve and was out.
Year: 1978
Driver(s): Didier Pironi
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Formula One
Vehicle: Tyrrell
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Austrian GP
Video: https://youtu.be/J1tvXdlY33c?t=2027
Fatal: No
Photo Credit:
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Description: John Watson stalled at the re-start. Harald Ertl swerved to avoid Watson, but collected Riccardo Patrese and spun into the armco Only Watson could continue.
Year: 1978
Driver(s): John Watson; Riccardo Patrese; Harald Ertl
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Formula One
Vehicle: Brabham BT48; Arrows A1; Ensign N177
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Austrian GP
Video: https://youtu.be/J1tvXdlY33c?t=221
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: Getty

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Description: Daly spun into the field, but was pushed back on the road. Later he was disqualified for receiving outside assistance
Year: 1978
Driver(s): Derek Daly
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Formula One
Vehicle: Ensign N177
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Austrian GP
Video: https://youtu.be/AT73nDGSkmY?t=704
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: Getty
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Description: Carlos Reutemann spun early in the race but could continue. Later he was disqualified for receiving outside assistance
Year: 1978
Driver(s): Carlos Reutemann
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Formula One
Vehicle: Ferrari 312 T3 #036
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Austrian GP
Video: https://youtu.be/J1tvXdlY33c?t=2357
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: LAT
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Description: On lap 29 Niki Lauda was going too fast into the Jochen Rindt-Kurve, lost it and spun into the barriers, damaging the right rear suspension. He limped back to the pits and retired there
Year: 1978
Driver(s): Niki Lauda
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Formula One
Vehicle: Brabham BT46 #6
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Austrian GP
Video: https://youtu.be/J1tvXdlY33c?t=2791
Fatal: No
Photo Credit:


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Description: After he spun at chicane during the restart, Tambay spun again on lap 41. He ended up int the same field as Derek Daly some laps before, but did not manage to get out.
Year: 1978
Driver(s): Patrick Tambay
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Formula One
Vehicle: McLaren M26
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Austrian GP
Video: https://youtu.be/AT73nDGSkmY?t=1042
Fatal: No
Photo Credit:
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Description: During a close fight for 2nd place Hans-Joachim spun at the exit of the corner leading to the Raiffeisen hill. He ripped his nose off on the fence on the left side, and came to a stop on the right side.
Year: 1978
Driver(s): Hans-Joachim
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Formula One
Vehicle: Tyrrell
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Austrian GP
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYHDyYR-1kQ
Fatal: No
Photo Credit:
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Post by Jacob » 7 months ago

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Description: Frey spins his Austro Vau.
Year: 1969
Driver(s): Günther Frey
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Formula Vee
Vehicle: Austro Vau
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Eröffnungsrennen am Österreichring
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: motorsportarchiv.at
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Description: Suspension failure for Manfred Wagner
Year: 1969
Driver(s): Manfred Wagner
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Formula Vee
Vehicle: Kaimann MKIII
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Eröffnungsrennen am Österreichring
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: motorsportarchiv.at
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Post by Jacob » 7 months ago

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Description: Big accident for Ronnie Peterson. He crashed into a ditch, but escaped unhurt.

This was the Lola T70 Mk.3B GT #SL76/148a of Picko Troberg/PR for men. The car which Troberg wrecked at the Nürburgring 1000km, was rebuild as a-version. After this accident it was again rebuild and later raced as b-version by Barrie Smith.
Year: 1969
Driver(s): Ronnie Peterson.
Category: Sports cars
Series: Non-Championship
Vehicle: Lola T70 Mk.3B GT #SL76/148a
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Eröffnungsrennen am Österreichring
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: motorsportarchiv.at

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Description: The Porsche of Schmalbach catches fire after he had slid into the armco barriers.
Year: 1969
Driver(s): Andreas Schmalbach
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Non-Championship
Vehicle: Porsche 910
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Eröffnungsrennen am Österreichring
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: motorsportarchiv.at
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Description: Piper goes off. He retired from the race with starter problems
Year: 1969
Driver(s): David Piper
Category: Sports cars
Series: Non-Championship
Vehicle: Lola T70 Mk.3B GT #SL76/150
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Eröffnungsrennen am Österreichring
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: motorsportarchiv.at
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Post by Jacob » 7 months ago

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Description: Edwards (16) and Enever (15) collided with their Chevrons. Guy Edwards/Mike Franey had to retire as the result.
Year: 1969
Driver(s): Guy Edwards;Roger Enever
Category: Sports cars
Series: World Sportscar Championship
Vehicle: Chevron B8 #CH-DBE-78; Chevron B8 #DBE84
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Zeltweg 1000km
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: motorsportarchiv.at; McKlein

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Description: Huber crashed out during the race. The car was not raced again.
Year: 1969
Driver(s): Günther Huber
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: World Sportscar Championship
Vehicle: Porsche 906 #111
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Zeltweg 1000km
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: motorsportarchiv.at
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Description: Steering problems forced the Mirage of Ickx/Oliver out of the race and left the victory to Jo Siffert/
Year: 1969
Driver(s): Jacky Ickx/Jackie Oliver
Category: Sports cars
Series: World Sportscar Championship
Vehicle: Mirage M3 #001/301
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Zeltweg 1000km
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: motorsportarchiv.at

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Year: 1969
Driver(s): Kurt Rieder/Lambert Hofer
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: World Sportscar Championship
Vehicle: Porsche 906
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Zeltweg 1000km
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: motorsportarchiv.at; Zuff.be; McKlein
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Description: Only a handful of drivers had competed at the inaugural meeting two weeks before, so practice saw quite a lot of drivers finding their limit the hard way, by spinning off, though no serious damage was done. One of the accidents caught this Porsche 906 of the Elan Racing Team. For the race, the drivers switched to a Porsche 910 and finished 15th.
Year: 1969
Driver(s): Peter Peter/Berndt Brodner
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: World Sportscar Championship
Vehicle: Porsche 906 #154
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Zeltweg 1000km
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: motorsportarchiv.at; McKlein
Tags: Practice/Training accident
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Description: Andrea de Adamich suffered a crash when the brakes of his T33 failed. He escaped unhurt.
Year: 1969
Driver(s): Andrea de Adamich
Category: Sports cars
Series: World Sportscar Championship
Vehicle: Alfa Romeo T33/3 #75080-004
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Zeltweg 1000km
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: motorsportarchiv.at;

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Description: In the opening laps Mario Casoni spun off at the last corner.
Year: 1969
Driver(s): Mario Casoni
Category: Sports cars
Series: World Sportscar Championship
Vehicle: Alfa Romeo T33/3 #75080-002
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Zeltweg 1000km
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: Arthur Fenzlau/Technisches Museum Wien; McKlein
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Post by Manfred Cubenoggin » 7 months ago

Thanks for all this, Jacob. I'm shocked at the images of Ronnie's Lola coupe incident. He seems rather unsettled as well.
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Post by Jacob » 7 months ago

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Post by PTRACER » 7 months ago

Doing a great job, @Jacob! Do you want to enter some of these into the database yourself?

Just a note: Since it's a photos database, we won't enter anything that doesn't have a photo attached (video screenshots don't count).
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Post by Jacob » 7 months ago

Hi Paul, thanks.
I was once asked by another member. Is it very much work?


I know, but I thought maybe other members have photos of these accidents.
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Jacob wrote:
7 months ago
Hi Paul, thanks.
I was once asked by another member. Is it very much work?


I know, but I thought maybe other members have photos of these accidents.
It's exactly the same amount of work as you're doing now :wave:
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Description: John Miles spun during first practice and damaged the rear of his new Lotus. Anyway he made it to the start with the same car.
Year: 1970
Driver(s): John Miles
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Formula 1
Vehicle: Lotus 72 #R3
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Austrian Grand Prix
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: motorsportarchiv.at; McKlein
Tags: Practice/Qualifying
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Description: The throttle stuck open and Mario suffered a triple flip into the infield. He walked away and also the March was raced later again.
Year: 1970
Driver(s): Mario Andretti
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Formula 1
Vehicle: March 701 #03
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Austrian Grand Prix
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: motorsportarchiv.at, McKlein
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Description: George Eaton wrecked the third works-BRM during the first practice session of the new Austrian Grand Prix. For the race he had to switch to another chassis.
Year: 1970
Driver(s): George Eaton
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Formula 1
Vehicle: BRM P153 #03
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Austrian Grand Prix
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: motorsportarchiv.at
Tags: Practice/Qualifying
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Description: Spin for Siffert, he limped back to the pits with a blown front tire.
Year: 1970
Driver(s): Jo Siffert
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Formula 1
Vehicle: March 701
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Austrian Grand Prix
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: motorsportarchiv.at
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Description: On lap 23, the Mclaren of Hulme threw a big stone up, which hit the rear suspension and bent a shock absorber. Pescarolo had to pit, but could finish the race.
Year: 1970
Driver(s): Henri Pescarolo;
Category: Open Wheelers
Series: Formula 1
Vehicle: Matra MS120 #MS120-02
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Austrian Grand Prix
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: motorsportarchiv.at
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Various accident of the same year from Formula Ford, Formula Vee... Can anyone identify the drivers?

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https://www.technischesmuseum.at/motors ... cleid/2155

Description:
Year: 1970
Driver(s): ???
Category: Open Wheelers
Series:
Vehicle: ???
Country: Austria
Circuit: Österreichring
Event: Austrian Grand Prix
Fatal: No
Photo Credit: motorsportarchiv.at
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Post by Jacob » 7 months ago

PTRACER wrote:
7 months ago
Jacob wrote:
7 months ago
Hi Paul, thanks.
I was once asked by another member. Is it very much work?


I know, but I thought maybe other members have photos of these accidents.
It's exactly the same amount of work as you're doing now :wave:
Okay. Let`s try it.
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Post by Antonov » 7 months ago

Thanks, interesting read.

Despite the fast nature of the track, there were no fatal crashes?

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Post by Sedre » 7 months ago

Antonov wrote:
7 months ago
Thanks, interesting read.

Despite the fast nature of the track, there were no fatal crashes?
Two driver fatalities: Mark Donohue in 1975 before Austrian GP and local touring racer Hannes Wustinger in 1994. Plus 2 marshals - one killed by Roland Moser in 1970 and one involved in Donohue's crash.

And one motorcycle rider: Hans-Peter Klampfer during practice for round of Austrian Motorcycle Championship in 1993.

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Post by hollie3sa » 7 months ago

Jacob wrote:
7 months ago
PTRACER wrote:
7 months ago
Jacob wrote:
7 months ago
Hi Paul, thanks.
I was once asked by another member. Is it very much work?


I know, but I thought maybe other members have photos of these accidents.
It's exactly the same amount of work as you're doing now :wave:
Okay. Let`s try it.
Finally :fingers:

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