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1977 Monaco Grand Prix

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1977 Monaco Grand Prix
Race 6 of 17 in the 1977 Formula One season
Circuit de Monaco 1976.png
Race details
Date 22 May 1977
Location Circuit de Monaco
Course Street circuit
Course length 3.312 km (2.057 mi)
Distance 76 laps, 251.712 km (156.406 mi)
Weather Dry
Pole position
Driver Brabham-Alfa Romeo
Time 1:29.86
Fastest lap
Driver South Africa Jody Scheckter Wolf-Ford
Time 1:31.07 on lap 35
First Wolf-Ford
Second Ferrari
Third Ferrari

The 1977 Monaco Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Monaco on 22 May 1977. It was the sixth race of the 1977 World Championship of F1 Drivers and the 1977 International Cup for F1 Constructors.

The 76-lap race was won by South African driver Jody Scheckter, driving a Wolf-Ford. It was Scheckter's second victory of the season, and the 100th World Championship race victory for the Ford-backed Cosworth DFV engine.[1] Austrian Niki Lauda finished second in a Ferrari, with Argentinian teammate Carlos Reutemann third.


John Watson took his first career pole for Brabham with Jody Scheckter also on the front row and Carlos Reutemann third. It was Scheckter who got the best start to beat Watson to the first corner, with Reutemann running third in the early stages until he was passed by his teammate Niki Lauda. Watson ran second to Scheckter until mid-race when he had to retire with gearbox trouble, allowing Lauda to close in on Scheckter but the latter was flawless and held on to take his second win of the season. Lauda had to be satisfied with second, with Reutemann completing the podium.

Shadow driver Riccardo Patrese made his first career start in the race, qualifying 15th and finishing 9th. Patrese would drive in a record 257 Grands Prix (256 starts) during his career which ended after the 1993 season, a career which included winning at Monaco for Brabham in 1982.


Niki Lauda at the Grand Prix
Niki Lauda at the Grand Prix
Pos No Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 20 South Africa Jody Scheckter Wolf-Ford 76 1:57:52.77 2 9
2 11 Austria Niki Lauda Ferrari 76 + 0.89 6 6
3 12 Argentina Carlos Reutemann Ferrari 76 + 32.80 3 4
4 2 West Germany Jochen Mass McLaren-Ford 76 + 34.60 9 3
5 5 United States Mario Andretti Lotus-Ford 76 + 35.55 10 2
6 17 Australia Alan Jones Shadow-Ford 76 + 36.61 11 1
7 26 France Jacques Laffite Ligier-Matra 76 + 1:04.44 16  
8 19 Italy Vittorio Brambilla Surtees-Ford 76 + 1:08.64 14  
9 16 Italy Riccardo Patrese Shadow-Ford 75 + 1 Lap 15  
10 22 Belgium Jacky Ickx Ensign-Ford 75 + 1 Lap 17  
11 34 France Jean-Pierre Jarier Penske-Ford 74 + 2 Laps 12  
12 24 United Kingdom Rupert Keegan Hesketh-Ford 73 + 3 Laps 20  
Ret 6 Sweden Gunnar Nilsson Lotus-Ford 51 Gearbox 13  
Ret 7 United Kingdom John Watson Brabham-Alfa Romeo 48 Gearbox 1  
Ret 4 France Patrick Depailler Tyrrell-Ford 46 Gearbox 8  
Ret 18 Austria Hans Binder Surtees-Ford 41 Fuel System 19  
Ret 28 Brazil Emerson Fittipaldi Fittipaldi-Ford 37 Engine 18  
Ret 1 United Kingdom James Hunt McLaren-Ford 25 Engine 7  
Ret 8 West Germany Hans-Joachim Stuck Brabham-Alfa Romeo 19 Electrical 5  
Ret 3 Sweden Ronnie Peterson Tyrrell-Ford 10 Brakes 4  
DNQ 37 Italy Arturo Merzario March-Ford        
DNQ 33 Netherlands Boy Hayje March-Ford        
DNQ 25 Austria Harald Ertl Hesketh-Ford        
DNQ 22 Switzerland Clay Regazzoni Ensign-Ford        
DNQ 9 Brazil Alex Ribeiro March-Ford        
DNQ 10 South Africa Ian Scheckter March-Ford        

Championship standings after the race

  • Note: Only the top five positions are included for both sets of standings.


  1. ^ "1977: Consistency secures Niki Lauda a second title". ESPN. Retrieved 8 October 2017.
  2. ^ "1977 Monaco Grand Prix". Archived from the original on 21 October 2014. Retrieved 23 December 2015.
  3. ^ a b "Monaco 1977 - Championship • STATS F1". Retrieved 19 March 2019.

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