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One Two Finish Collection

In a thrilling display of skill and teamwork, the Formula One World Championship witnessed an unforgettable "one two finish" at the Dutch Grand Prix in Zandvoort

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Formula One World Championship, Rd7, British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England, 12 July 1987
Race winner Nigel Mansell (GBR) Williams FW11B. Formula One World Championship, Rd7, British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England, 12 July 1987

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British Touring Car Championship
Alan Morrison (GBR) Honda Racing Honda Civic Type R completed a one-two finish for Honda with his sencond place. British Touring Car Championship, Snetterton, England, 8-9 August 2003. Digital Image

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Formula One World Championship
Race winner Jacques Laffite (FRA) Ligier JS11 leads second placed team mate Patrick Depailler (FRA) Ligier JS11 on the formation lap. Brazilian Grand Prix, Rd 2, Interlagos, Brazil, 4 February 1979

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Formula One World Championship
The podium (L to R): Patrick Depailler (FRA) Tyrrell, second; Jody Scheckter (RSA) Tyrrell, race winner; Niki Lauda (AUT) Ferrari, third. Swedish Grand Prix, Rd 7, Anderstorp, Sweden, 13 June 1976

Background imageOne Two Finish Collection: Formula One World Championship, Swedish Grand Prix, Rd7, Anderstorp, 13 June 1976

Formula One World Championship, Swedish Grand Prix, Rd7, Anderstorp, 13 June 1976
Patrick Depailler (FRA) Tyrrell P34 finished second behind his team mate in the only ever F1 victory for a six-wheeled car

Background imageOne Two Finish Collection: Formula One World Championship, Rd7, British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England, 12 July 1987

Formula One World Championship, Rd7, British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England, 12 July 1987
Race winner Nigel Mansell (GBR) Williams FW11B. Formula One World Championship, Rd7, British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England, 12 July 1987

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Formula One World Championship
Second placed Nelson Piquet (BRA) Williams FW11B was dramatically caught and overtaken by his race winning team mate Nigel Mansell (GBR). British Grand Prix, Silverstone, 12 July 1987

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Formula One World Championship
Second place finisher Nelson Piquet (BRA) Williams FW11 leads his team mate and race winner Nigel Mansell (GBR) during an exciting race-long battle for the lead

Background imageOne Two Finish Collection: Formula One World Championship, Rd7, British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England, 12 July 1987

Formula One World Championship, Rd7, British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England, 12 July 1987
Race winner Nigel Mansell (GBR) Williams FW11B caught and overtook his second placed team mate Nelson Piquet (BRA) in thrilling fashion

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Formula One World Championship
An overjoyed Eddie Jordan (centre) is hoisted aloft by his first Jordan race winner Damon Hill (GBR) (left) and second place finisher Ralf Schumacher (GER) (right)

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Formula One World Championship
The podium finishers head out on the back of a car for a celebratory lap of the circuit (L to R): Patrick Depailler (FRA) Tyrrell, second; Jody Scheckter (RSA) Tyrrell

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Formula One World Championship
The podium (L to R): Clay Regazzoni (SUI) Ferrari second; Niki Lauda (AUT) Ferrari winner; Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) McLaren third. Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort, 23 June 1974. BEST IMAGE

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Formula One World Championship
Jackie Stewart (GBR) Tyrrell 006/2, who scored a record-breaking twenty-sixth GP victory, leads his team mate Francois Cevert (FRA) Tyrrell 006 who followed Stewart home in second

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Formula One World Championship
Race winner Jacky Ickx (BEL) Ferrari 312B leads his second placed team mate Clay Regazzoni (SUI) Ferrari 312B and Jean-Pierre Beltoise (FRA) Matra Simca MS120 who finished sixth

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Formula One World Championship
Race winner Jody Scheckter (RSA) Tyrrell (Centre) celebrates on the podium as his team mate Patrick Depailler (FRA) takes his spot in second position

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Formula One World Championship
Jackie Stewart (GBR) Tyrrell 006/2, who scored a record-breaking twenty-sixth GP victory and his team mate Francois Cevert (FRA) Tyrrell 006 who followed Stewart home in second

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Formula One World Championship
The podium (L to R): Ronnie Peterson (SWE), second; Mario Andretti (USA) Lotus, race winner; King Juan Carlos of Spain; Jacques Laffite (FRA) Ligier, third

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Formula One World Championship
Race winner Phil Hill (USA) Ferrari 156 leads team mate Wolfgang von Trips (GER) who finished second in a Ferrari 1-2-3-4. Belgian Grand Prix, Spa-Francorchamps, 18 June 1961

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Formula One World Championship
Race winner Mario Andretti (USA) Lotus 79 leads his team mate Ronnie Peterson (SWE) who finished second. French Grand Prix, Paul Ricard, 2 July 1978

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Formula One World Championship
Bruce McLaren (NZL) McLaren M7A makes a pit stop. He went on to finish in 2nd place making it a one-two for McLaren.A'AE'A... Canadian Grand Prix, Mont-Tremblant, Canada, 22 September 1968

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Formula One World Championship
Jackie Stewart (GBR) Tyrrell 006/2, who scored a record-breaking twenty-sixth GP victory, leads his team mate Francois Cevert (FRA) Tyrrell 006 who followed Stewart home in second

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Formula One World Championship
The podium (L to R): Clay Regazzoni (SUI) Ferrari second; Niki Lauda (AUT) Ferrari winner; Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) McLaren third. Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort, 23 June 1974. BEST IMAGE

Background imageOne Two Finish Collection: Dutch Grand Prix, Rd 13, Zandvoort, Holland, 27 August 1978

Dutch Grand Prix, Rd 13, Zandvoort, Holland, 27 August 1978
Mario Andretti (USA) Lotus 79 effectively sealed the world championship with his sixth win of the season, beating his number two team mate Ronnie Peterson (SWE) Lotus 79 to second position

Background imageOne Two Finish Collection: Formula One Championship, Rd 7, Swedish Grand Prix, Scandinavian Raceway, Anderstorp

Formula One Championship, Rd 7, Swedish Grand Prix, Scandinavian Raceway, Anderstorp
(L to R): Second placed Patrick Depailler (FRA) holds aloft the hand of first time race winning Tyrrell team mate Jody Scheckter (RSA) on the podium

Background imageOne Two Finish Collection: British Formula Ford Championship: Left to Right: Jan Heylen, Race Winner Westley Barber

British Formula Ford Championship: Left to Right: Jan Heylen, Race Winner Westley Barber
Left to Right: Jan Heylen (BEL) (Second Place), Race Winner Westley Barber (GBR) and Michael Conway (GBR) (third place) celebrate a 1-2-3 victory for Team Duckhams Van Diemen

Background imageOne Two Finish Collection: Formula One World Championship: Eddie Irvine Ferrari F399 took a victory aided by second placed

Formula One World Championship: Eddie Irvine Ferrari F399 took a victory aided by second placed team mate Michael
Eddie Irvine (GBR) Ferrari F399 took a victory aided by second placed team mate Michael Schumacher (GER) that kept his championship hopes alive. Malaysian Grand Prix, Sepang, 17 October 1999

Background imageOne Two Finish Collection: Formula One World Championship: An overjoyed Eddie Jordan is hoisted aloft by his first Jordan

Formula One World Championship: An overjoyed Eddie Jordan is hoisted aloft by his first Jordan race winner Damon Hill
An overjoyed Eddie Jordan (centre) is hoisted aloft by his first Jordan race winner Damon Hill (GBR) (left) and second place finisher Ralf Schumacher (GER) (right)

Background imageOne Two Finish Collection: Formula One World Championship: Race winner Denny Hulme McLaren M7A takes the chequered flag

Formula One World Championship: Race winner Denny Hulme McLaren M7A takes the chequered flag
Race winner Denny Hulme (NZL) McLaren M7A takes the chequered flag. Canadian Grand Prix, Mont-Tremblant, Canada, 22 September 1968


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In a thrilling display of skill and teamwork, the Formula One World Championship witnessed an unforgettable "one two finish" at the Dutch Grand Prix in Zandvoort, Holland on August 27, 1978. The race-winning Tyrrell team mates, Francois Cevert and Jackie Stewart, stood proudly atop the podium as they celebrated their remarkable achievement. This momentous occasion marked another milestone in the prestigious Formula One World Championship. The roaring engines and screeching tires echoed through the Scandinavian Raceway in Anderstorp during the Swedish Grand Prix, where competitors battled fiercely for glory. It was here that a triumphant Team emerged with Jan Heylen leading the charge to claim victory alongside Westley Barber and Michael Conway who secured an impressive 1-2-3 finish. The intensity continued to rise as Eddie Irvine steered his Ferrari F399 to triumph in yet another exhilarating race. With unwavering determination, he was aided by his exceptional teammate Michael Schumacher who clinched second place. Their combined efforts not only secured victory but also propelled Irvine closer to championship glory. Amidst jubilant cheers and euphoria filled airwaves, Eddie Jordan experienced an indescribable moment of elation. As Damon Hill crossed the finish line first in his Jordan car, securing their maiden race win, Jordan himself was hoisted aloft by Hill while second-place finisher reveled in their shared success. However, it was Denny Hulme's extraordinary performance behind the wheel of McLaren M7A that truly stole hearts as he took hold of victory at breakneck speeds. Crossing over the chequered flag with sheer determination etched across his face; Hulme left spectators awe-struck by his impeccable driving skills. These "one two finishes" serve as timeless reminders of how passion fuels excellence on racing circuits worldwide. From historic moments like Cevert and Stewart's iconic celebration to contemporary victories achieved by Irvine, Jordan, and Hulme.