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1982 Brazilian Grand Prix

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1982 Brazilian Grand Prix
Race 2 of 16 in the 1982 Formula One World Championship
Circuit Jacarepagua.png
Race details
Date March 21, 1982
Official name XI Grande Prêmio do Brasil
Location Jacarepaguá Circuit
Jacarepaguá, Rio de Janeiro
Course Permanent racing facility
Course length 5.031 km (3.126 mi)
Distance 63 laps, 316.953 km (196.945 mi)
Weather Dry
Pole position
Driver Renault
Time 1:28.808
Fastest lap
Driver France Alain Prost Renault
Time 1:37.016 on lap 36
Podium
First Renault
Second McLaren-Ford
Third Lotus-Ford

The 1982 Brazilian Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Jacarepaguá on March 21, 1982. It was the second round of the 1982 Formula One season.

Qualifying

Pre-Qualifying

Pos No Driver Constructor Time
18 Brazil Raul Boesel March-Ford unknown
31 France Jean-Pierre Jarier Osella-Ford unknown
35 United Kingdom Derek Warwick Toleman-Hart unknown
36 Italy Teo Fabi Toleman-Hart unknown
5 32 Italy Riccardo Paletti Osella-Ford 1:42.487

Qualifying

Pos No. Driver Constructor Q1 Q2 Gap
1 15 France Alain Prost Renault 1:28.808 1:29.120
2 27 Canada Gilles Villeneuve Ferrari 1:30.418 1:29.173 +0.365
3 6 Finland Keke Rosberg Williams-Ford 1:29.910 1:29.358 +0.550
4 16 France René Arnoux Renault 1:30.121 1:30.492 +1.313
5 8 Austria Niki Lauda McLaren-Ford 1:30.715 1:30.152 +1.344
6 5 Argentina Carlos Reutemann Williams-Ford 1:30.944 1:30.183 +1.375
7 1 Brazil Nelson Piquet Brabham-Ford 1:30.281 1:30.413 +1.473
8 28 France Didier Pironi Ferrari 1:30.655 1:30.905 +1.847
9 2 Italy Riccardo Patrese Brabham-Ford 1:31.053 1:30.967 +2.159
10 22 Italy Andrea de Cesaris Alfa Romeo 1:33.255 1:31.229 +2.421
11 11 Italy Elio de Angelis Lotus-Ford 1:31.790 1:32.093 +2.982
12 7 United Kingdom John Watson Mclaren-Ford 1:31.906 1:32.151 +3.098
13 3 Italy Michele Alboreto Tyrrell-Ford 1:32.886 1:31.991 +3.183
14 12 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell Lotus-Ford 1:32.228 1:33.007 +3.420
15 9 Germany Manfred Winkelhock ATS-Ford 1:32.524 no time +3.716
16 23 Italy Bruno Giacomelli Alfa Romeo 1:32.769 1:33.538 +3.961
17 18 Brazil Raul Boesel March-Ford 1:35.986 1:34.050 +5.242
18 10 Chile Eliseo Salazar ATS-Ford 1:34.740 1:34.262 +5.454
19 30 Italy Mauro Baldi Arrows-Ford 1:35.325 1:34.380 +5.572
20 33 Republic of Ireland Derek Daly Theodore-Ford 1:34.413 1:34.676 +5.605
21 4 Sweden Slim Borgudd Tyrrell-Ford 1:35.020 1:35.127 +6.212
22 17 Germany Jochen Mass March-Ford 1:35.039 1:35.248 +6.231
23 31 France Jean-Pierre Jarier Osella-Ford 1:36.218 1:35.081 +6.273
24 26 France Jacques Laffite Ligier-Matra 1:35.874 1:35.084 +6.276
25 20 Brazil Chico Serra Fittipaldi-Ford 1:35.246 1:36.101 +6.438
26 25 United States Eddie Cheever Ligier-Matra 1:35.612 1:35.288 +6.480
DNQ 36 Italy Teo Fabi Toleman-Hart 1:36.312 1:35.326 +6.518
DNQ 14 Colombia Roberto Guerrero Ensign-Ford 1:41.028 1:35.730 +6.922
DNQ 29 United Kingdom Brian Henton Arrows-Ford 1:35.834 1:35.748 +6.940
DNQ 35 United Kingdom Derek Warwick Toleman-Hart 1:37.223 1:36.014 +7.206
Source:[1]

Race

Disqualifications

Nelson Piquet finished first and Keke Rosberg finished second, but both were disqualified after the cars were found to be underweight. As a result, the FOCA teams boycotted San Marino GP two races later. The problem was with a 7 US gallons (26 L) "ballast water tank", ostensibly used to cool the brakes. This would gradually empty during the race and then be replenished at the end so as to pass post-race scrutineering. The FIA Appeals Tribunal upheld the disqualification seven weeks later and these tanks were permanently banned.[2]

Race classification

Pos No Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 15 France Alain Prost Renault 63 1:44:33.134 1 9
2 7 United Kingdom John Watson McLaren-Ford 63 + 2.990 12 6
3 12 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell Lotus-Ford 63 + 36.859 14 4
4 3 Italy Michele Alboreto Tyrrell-Ford 63 + 50.761 13 3
5 9 West Germany Manfred Winkelhock ATS-Ford 62 + 1 Lap 15 2
6 28 France Didier Pironi Ferrari 62 + 1 Lap 8 1
7 4 Sweden Slim Borgudd Tyrrell-Ford 61 + 2 Laps 21  
8 17 West Germany Jochen Mass March-Ford 61 + 2 Laps 22  
9 31 France Jean-Pierre Jarier Osella-Ford 60 + 3 Laps 23  
10 30 Italy Mauro Baldi Arrows-Ford 57 + 6 Laps 19  
DSQ 1 Brazil Nelson Piquet Brabham-Ford 63 Underweight 7  
DSQ 6 Finland Keke Rosberg Williams-Ford 63 Underweight 3  
Ret 10 Chile Eliseo Salazar ATS-Ford 38 Engine 18  
Ret 20 Brazil Chico Serra Fittipaldi-Ford 36 Suspension 25  
Ret 2 Italy Riccardo Patrese Brabham-Ford 34 Physical 9  
Ret 27 Canada Gilles Villeneuve Ferrari 29 Accident 2  
Ret 8 Austria Niki Lauda McLaren-Ford 22 Collision 5  
Ret 16 France René Arnoux Renault 21 Collision 4  
Ret 5 Argentina Carlos Reutemann Williams-Ford 21 Collision 6  
Ret 11 Italy Elio de Angelis Lotus-Ford 21 Collision 11  
Ret 25 United States Eddie Cheever Ligier-Matra 19 Water Leak 26  
Ret 23 Italy Bruno Giacomelli Alfa Romeo 16 Clutch 16  
Ret 26 France Jacques Laffite Ligier-Matra 15 Chassis 24  
Ret 22 Italy Andrea de Cesaris Alfa Romeo 14 Chassis 10  
Ret 33 Republic of Ireland Derek Daly Theodore-Ford 12 Spun Off 20  
Ret 18 Brazil Raul Boesel March-Ford 11 Spun Off 17  
DNQ 36 Italy Teo Fabi Toleman-Hart    
DNQ 14 Colombia Roberto Guerrero Ensign-Ford    
DNQ 29 United Kingdom Brian Henton Arrows-Ford    
DNQ 35 United Kingdom Derek Warwick Toleman-Hart    
DNPQ[3] 32 Italy Riccardo Paletti Osella-Ford        
Source:[4]

Notes

  • Last race for Carlos Reutemann.
  • The first win in the Brazilian GP for Alain Prost, who recorded six wins in total in the Brazilian GP (1982, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988 and 1990).
  • First and only points: Manfred Winkelhock.
  • Many drivers suffered exhaustion because of the intensely hot weather, particularly Brabham drivers Nelson Piquet and Riccardo Patrese. Patrese was forced to retire from the race due to total exhaustion. Piquet, after having finished first in the race and then barely making it to the podium ceremony, fainted due to exhaustion only to be disqualified later.

Championship standings after the race

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

References

  1. ^ "Brazil 1982 - Qualifications". statsf1.com. Retrieved 23 May 2020.
  2. ^ Fearnley, Paul (April 2012). "The Commodore 64, Compact Discs and F1 drivers on strike: welcome to 1982". Classic & Sports Car. Teddington, Middlesex, UK: Haymarket: 234. ISSN 0263-3183.
  3. ^ Lang, Mike (1992). Grand Prix! Vol 4. Haynes Publishing Group. p. 86. ISBN 0-85429-733-2.
  4. ^ "1982 Brazilian Grand Prix". formula1.com. Archived from the original on 4 November 2014. Retrieved 23 December 2015.
  5. ^ a b "Brazil 1982 - Championship • STATS F1". www.statsf1.com. Retrieved 13 March 2019.


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