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Carlos Reutemann
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Reutemann at Monza in 1981.
NationalityArgentina Argentine
Born (1942-04-12) 12 April 1942 (age 79)
Santa Fe, Argentina
Formula One World Championship career
Active years19721982
TeamsBrabham, Ferrari, Lotus, Williams
Entries146
Championships0
Wins12
Podiums45
Career points298 (310)[1]
Pole positions6
Fastest laps6
First entry1972 Argentine Grand Prix
First win1974 South African Grand Prix
Last win1981 Belgian Grand Prix
Last entry1982 Brazilian Grand Prix
World Rally Championship record
Active years1980, 1985
TeamsFiat Italia, Peugeot Talbot Sport
Rallies2
Championships0
Rally wins0
Podiums2
Stage wins1
Total points24
First rally1980 Rally Argentina
Last rally1985 Rally Argentina
Carlos Alberto Reutemann (12 April 1942 – 7 July 2021), nicknamed "Lole", was an Argentine former racing driver who raced in Formula One from 1972 to 1982, and later became a politician in his native province of Santa Fe, for the Justicialist Party, and governor of Santa Fe in Argentina.
As a racing driver, Reutemann was among Formula One's leading protagonists between 1972 and 1982. He scored 12 Grand Prix wins and six pole positions. In 1981 while driving for Williams he finished second in the World Drivers' Championship by one point, having been overtaken in the last race of the season. Reutemann also finished in third overall three times for three separate teams, 1975 for Brabham, 1978 for Ferrari and 1980 for Williams. To date he is the latest Argentine driver to win a Grand Prix.
In terms of race wins, his final Ferrari season in 1978 was his most successful with four wins, but he fell short to the consistency of the Lotus team with Mario Andretti and the late Ronnie Peterson and was not in championship contention to the final race. He finished third, just behind Peterson, who had died in an accident at Monza earlier that autumn. In 1981, Reutemann instead relied on consistency, but narrowly lost out to Nelson Piquet for the title.
He became the second Formula One driver after Leo Kinnunen to be at the podium of a World Rally Championship event, when he finished third in the 1980 and 1985 editions of Rally Argentina. He was also for three decades the only Formula One driver to score drivers' championship points in both F1 and WRC, until Kimi Räikkönen's eighth place at the 2010 Jordan Rally.
As a popular governor and a senator, he has been considered by some, on several occasions, to be a worthy candidate for President, but while he considered running for president in the 2011 Argentine general election he declined to do so.
Contents
1 Racing career
1.1 Early years
1.2 Formula One: early years
1.3 Formula One: career at Williams
1.4 Formula One: legacy
1.5 Rallying career
2 Political career
3 Racing record
3.1 Career summary
3.2 Complete Formula One World Championship results
3.3 Non-Championship Formula One results
3.4 Complete 24 Hours of Le Mans results
3.5 Complete WRC results
4 Notes
5 External links
Racing career
Early years
Descended from a Swiss-German grandfather, an Argentine father and an Italian mother, Reutemann was the first successful Argentine Formula One driver since the retirement of five-time World Champion Juan Manuel Fangio in 1958. He first raced in 1965 in a Fiat saloon car. After racing touring cars and Formula 2 in Argentina, he moved to Europe in 1970 to drive a Brabham for the Automobile Club of Argentina Team in the European Formula 2 series. He immediately received attention when he took out Austrian Formula One driver Jochen Rindt (that year's eventual posthumous World Champion) on the first lap of his first race at Hockenheim, but carried on to finish fourth. The next season, he finished a close second in the series to Sweden's Ronnie Peterson.
Formula One: early years
Reutemann at the wheel of the Brabham BT44 during the 1974 Race of Champions at Brands Hatch, England.
Brabham F1 team boss Bernie Ecclestone signed Reutemann to drive alongside veteran and two-time World Champion Graham Hill for the 1972 season. At the first race, in front of his home crowd at Buenos Aires for his first Grand Prix, Reutemann qualified his Brabham BT34 on pole position. This was a feat previously performed only by Mario Andretti, and since matched only by Jacques Villeneuve; his teammate Hill qualified 16th. He finished the race in seventh after having to pit to replace his soft tyres, and the main highlight for the rest of the year was his win in the non-Championship Interlagos Grand Prix.
Reutemann driving his Ferrari 312T3 to victory at the 1978 USA Grand Prix at Watkins Glen, New York.
Teamed with Brazilian Wilson Fittipaldi Júnior for the 1973 season, Reutemann scored two podium finishes and seventh in the Drivers' Championship in the tiny but radical Gordon Murray-designed BT42. For 1974, Murray designed the BT44, which was a further improvement and the team finished a close fifth in the Constructors' Championship. Reutemann took the first three victories of his F1 career at South Africa, Austria and the United States. He might have won the first race of the year in Argentina, too, but the Brabham team apparently failed to properly fuel his car and he ran out of fuel with less than two laps to go while safely in the lead. Though he matched Drivers' Champion Emerson Fittipaldi's win total, inconsistent performances in the other races left Reutemann sixth in the season standings.
Reutemann driving the Lotus 79 at the 1979 Monaco Grand Prix.
Five podium finishes in 1975, including a win in Germany at the old 14-mile Nürburgring allowed Reutemann to place third in that year's Championship. The Brabham team switched to the Alfa Romeo flat-12 engine for 1976 and suffered from serious reliability problems. After seven retirements and only one finish in the points (fourth place in Spain) in the first twelve races, Reutemann negotiated a release from his Brabham contract to sign with Ferrari, who was looking for a temporary replacement for the injured Niki Lauda. Lauda's unexpected speedy recovery resulted in Reutemann racing only once for the team, in a third car at Monza, and then sitting out for the final three races.
For the 1977 Ferrari opted to keep the now fully recovered Lauda and have Reutemann replacing Clay Regazzoni, who moved on to the Ensign team. In the first two races, Reutemann finished third in Argentina and won in Brazil, outdriving Lauda in both events and taking the Championship lead. For the Brazilian race, Ferrari had just designed a new rear wing that was put on Reutemann's car and not Lauda's, so Reutemann went into this Brazilian GP with a performance advantage and a psychological high- the psychological aspect being crucial to how Reutemann would perform in the race. Reutemann would later state in an interview that this was his best race. Over the course of the season, however, Lauda reaffirmed his position as team leader, and the Austrian won his second Championship, while Reutemann finished fourth and did not win another race that year.
When Lauda moved to Brabham in 1978, Reutemann became the senior member of the Ferrari team, joined by the young Canadian Gilles Villeneuve. Reutemann used the Ferrari 312T2 to win in Brazil, and a 312T3 to win in Britain and twice in the United States (Long Beach and Watkins Glen). However, the Lotus team was dominant once their new model 79 was introduced at Monaco, and Reutemann finished a close third in the points standings behind Andretti and Peterson.
With an opening at Lotus in 1979 after the death of Ronnie Peterson, Reutemann decided to move from Ferrari to Lotus. The first few races went well for him – highlights being forceful second places in Argentina and Spain, plus third places at Brazil and Monaco – but, as the season wore on, the team struggled while Jody Scheckter won the title for Ferrari. After four podiums and six points finishes in the first seven races, Reutemann ended up finishing in only seventh place for the season. It was unfortunate that Reutemann left Ferrari for the 1979 season because with the introduction of the model 312T4 Ferrari was able to make a big comeback and place its drivers in 1st and 2nd place in the final standings of the season.
Formula One: career at Williams
Reutemann with Frank Williams at Zandvoort in 1981.
Joining the Williams team for 1980 put him back in a competitive car once again- the very quick FW07 car. The season started off badly for the patriotic Argentinean- he failed to win his home Grand Prix in Buenos Aires (which was the first race of the season; this was a feat he would never accomplish) after his car suffered engine failure. Reutemann got out of the car, took off his helmet, sat down next to his car and burst into tears in full view of cameras broadcasting the race worldwide and in front of the 80,000 spectators at the track. But the season got much better as he would win at Monaco and score eight podiums throughout the year to finish third in the Championship. His partnership with number one driver and World Champion Alan Jones was productive for Williams, who won their first Constructors' Championship with a then-record 120 points. Reutemann's relationship with his teammate soured when, the following season, Reutemann disobeyed the team's orders and thereby refused to allow Jones to win the 1981 Brazilian Grand Prix. Jones never forgave this act of disobedience on the part of his teammate, while Reutemann felt frustrated at Jones' refusal to acknowledge his help, especially after having just given him the victory at the 1981 USA West Grand Prix. Reutemann continued to score more points than Jones throughout the remainder of the season, and the Brazilian victory (and another in Belgium) helped put him in a position to challenge for the title in a three-way battle with Nelson Piquet and Jacques Laffite at the season-ending race in Las Vegas. In what was probably a defining moment of the season, Reutemann was ordered at the 1981 Germany Grand Prix to turn over his unit to teammate Jones for the race due to the later car's failure and had to race with the third unit of the team. That proved disastrous when his engine failed, preventing him from scoring points in a race where he had qualified in 3rd place.
Reutemann arrived in Las Vegas with a one-point lead in the Championship over Brazilian Nelson Piquet. He began the race from pole position, ahead of Jones, who had vowed not to provide any "help" in Reutemann's quest, while Piquet was fourth. At the start, Jones jumped into the lead and Reutemann was quickly passed by Villeneuve, Alain Prost and Bruno Giacomelli.
On lap 17, battling over seventh place as they approached the last left-hander before the pits, Piquet's Brabham was nearly touching the back of Reutemann's Williams. Piquet got around Reutemann on the inside when Reutemann, fighting for the Championship, braked early. On the next lap, Andretti also went by Reutemann. Piquet put himself in a position to score points when he took over sixth place from John Watson on lap 22. Reutemann continued to slip backwards with gearbox trouble, having lost fourth gear as early as lap two. Reutemann finished the race in eighth, a lap down, and the title went to Piquet. However, if that year's season opener, the 1981 South African Grand Prix, which had been run as a Formula Libre race and one which Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, Renault and Ligier didn‘t attend, had been a race with World Championship Points awarded, Reutemann would have been World Champion with 58 Points against Piquet's 56. He returned with Williams for 1982, finishing second in the South Africa, the only Cosworth-engined runner able to take the fight to the much more powerful turbo-engined Renaults. The Falklands War, however, generated a tense political period between Argentina and the United Kingdom, and Reutemann chose to distance himself from the team and retire after the Brazilian race. In light of the further developments that took place in Reutemann's life, many felt that his decision to terminate his racing career was made with an eye to his future in politics. This is disputed by Williams's Chief Designer Patrick Head, who felt that the Falklands War was only an excuse and that Reutemann had simply retired because "his heart wasn't in it anymore".
Formula One: legacy
In 2016, in an academic paper that reported a mathematical modeling study that assessed the relative influence of driver and machine, Reutemann was ranked the 27th best Formula One driver of all time.
Rallying career
Reutemann was approached by Fiat during the 1980 F1 season with an offer to drive a Fiat 131 in the inaugural 1980 Codasur Rally (now Rally Argentina), where he finished in third place. In 1985 he accepted another offer to drive the Argentinian Rally, this time by Peugeot. Driving a 205 T16 Reutemann again finished in third place.
Political career
Carlos Reutemann
National Senator
Assumed office
10 December 2003
ConstituencySanta Fe
Governor of Santa Fe
In office
10 December 1999 – 10 December 2003
Preceded byJorge Obeid
Succeeded byJorge Obeid
In office
10 December 1991 – 10 December 1995
Preceded byVíctor Reviglio
Succeeded byJorge Obeid
Personal details
Born (1942-04-12) 12 April 1942 (age 79)
Santa Fe de la Vera Cruz, Santa Fe Province, Argentina
Political partyJusticialist Party
Other political
affiliations
Cambiemos (2015–2019)
Reutemann in 2003.
After retiring from racing, Reutemann's popularity led the Justicialist Party of the province of Santa Fe to invite him to run for governor. He won the election and ran the province for one four-year term (1991–1995). The provincial constitution does not allow for re-election, but after four years Reutemann presented again and won the governorship for the period 1999–2003. During those years, his profile grew and he became one of the leading politicians in Santa Fe and in Argentina.
Reutemann's second term was marked by the nationwide economic problems brought by the recession that had started in 1999 and ultimately led to the socioeconomic crash of 2001. Under Reutemann, Santa Fe kept a conservative fiscal policy, whereby it applied discounts and froze public workers' salaries and pensions through an Economic Emergency Law. The province was among the few not to resort to the issue of government bonds as a form of quasi-currency, and thus did not become highly indebted.
After the 2001 crash and the resignation of Fernando de la Rúa, Reutemann surprised and disappointed many by declining, on several occasions, to run for president. He finally presented himself for the 2003 general election and won a seat in the National Senate, which he occupies at present.
During the 2005 legislative elections Reutemann chose not to be a major participant in the campaign. After the PJ lost to the Socialist Party candidates for the first time in Santa Fe, members of the party were rumored to be unhappy about Reutemann's low profile. Reutemann also declined to run for governor of Santa Fe again in the 2007 elections.
On January 1, 2006 Reutemann was named Commendatore della Repubblica by President of the Italian Republic Carlo Azeglio Ciampi.
During a session in the Argentinian Senate on 17 July 2008, Reutemann presented an alternative project for the Commission of Agriculture in opposition to the one of then Vice-President Julio Cobos. His project didn't pass, and on February 2009 he renounced to his role in the Bloque Parlamentario del Frente para la Victoria to create his own political fraction, "Santa Fe Federal", with the intention of protecting the interests of the province.
He was reelected to the Senate both in 2009 and 2015, when he formed part of the Cambiemos alliance nationally and supported Mauricio Macri in the presidential election. His mandate expires in 2021.
Racing record
Career summary
Season
Series
Team
Races
Wins
Poles
F/Laps
Podiums
Points
Position
1970
European Formula Two
Automovil Club Argentino
7
0
0
0
0
3
13th
1971
European Formula Two
Automovil Club Argentino
11
0
1
1
6
38
2nd
1972
Formula One
Motor Racing Developments
10
0
1
0
0
3
16th
European Formula Two
Motul Rondel Racing
10
0
0
0
4
26
4th
1973
Formula One
Motor Racing Developments
15
0
0
0
2
16
7th
24 Hours of Le Mans
Scuderia Ferrari
1
0
0
0
0
N/A
DNF
1974
Formula One
Motor Racing Developments
15
3
1
1
4
32
6th
1975
Formula One
Martini Racing
14
1
0
0
6
37
3rd
1976
Formula One
Martini Racing
12
0
0
0
0
3
16th
Scuderia Ferrari
1
0
0
0
0
1977
Formula One
Scuderia Ferrari
17
1
0
0
6
42
4th
1978
Formula One
Scuderia Ferrari
16
4
2
2
7
48
3rd
1979
Formula One
Martini Racing Team Lotus
15
0
0
0
4
20
7th
BMW M1 Procar Championship
BMW Motorsport
1
0
0
0
0
3
25th
1980
Formula One
Albilad-Williams Racing Team
14
1
0
1
8
42
3rd
BMW M1 Procar Championship
BMW Motorsport
8
1
0
0
2
64
5th
World Rally Championship
Fiat Italia
1
0
0
0
1
12
21st
1981
Formula One
Albilad-Williams Racing Team
6
2
1
1
5
49
2nd
TAG Williams Team
9
0
1
1
2
1982
Formula One
TAG Williams Team
2
0
0
0
1
6
15th
1985
World Rally Championship
Peugeot Sport
1
0
0
0
1
12
18th
Complete Formula One World Championship results
(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position, races in italics indicate fastest lap)
Year
Entrant
Chassis
Engine
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
WDC
Pts
1972
Motor Racing Developments
Brabham BT34
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
ARG7
RSARet
ESP
MON
16th
3
Brabham BT37
BEL13
FRA12
GBR8
GERRet
AUTRet
ITARet
CAN4
USARet
1973
Motor Racing Developments
Brabham BT37
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
ARGRet
BRA11
RSA7
7th
16
Brabham BT42
ESPRet
BELRet
MONRet
SWE4
FRA3
GBR6
NEDRet
GERRet
AUT4
ITA6
CAN8
USA3
1974
Motor Racing Developments
Brabham BT44
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
ARG7
BRA7
RSA1
ESPRet
BELRet
MONRet
SWERet
NED12
FRARet
GBR6
GER3
AUT1
ITARet
CAN9
USA1
6th
32
1975
Martini Racing
Brabham BT44B
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
ARG3
BRA8
RSA2
ESP3‡
MON9
BEL3
SWE2
NED4
FRA14
GBRRet
GER1
AUT14
ITA4
USARet
3rd
37
1976
Martini Racing
Brabham BT45
Alfa Romeo 115-12 3.0 F12
BRA12
RSARet
USWRet
ESP4
BELRet
MONRet
SWERet
FRA11
GBRRet
GERRet
AUTRet
NEDRet
16th
3
Scuderia Ferrari
Ferrari 312T2
Ferrari 015 3.0 F12
ITA9
CAN
USA
JPN
1977
Scuderia Ferrari
Ferrari 312T2
Ferrari 015 3.0 F12
ARG3
BRA1
RSA8
USWRet
ESP2
MON3
BELRet
SWE3
FRA6
GBR15
GER4
AUT4
NED6
ITARet
USA6
CANRet
JPN2
4th
42
1978
Scuderia Ferrari
Ferrari 312T2
Ferrari 015 3.0 F12
ARG7
BRA1
3rd
48
Ferrari 312T3
RSARet
USW1
MON8
BEL3
ESPRet
SWE10
FRA18
GBR1
GERRet
AUTDSQ
NED7
ITA3
USA1
CAN3
1979
Martini Racing Team Lotus
Lotus 79
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
ARG2
BRA3
RSA5
USWRet
ESP2
BEL4
MON3
FRA13
GBR8
GERRet
AUTRet
NEDRet
ITA7
CANRet
USARet
7th
20 (25)
1980
Albilad-Williams Racing Team
Williams FW07B
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
ARGRet
BRARet
RSA5
USWRet
BEL3
MON1
FRA6
GBR3
GER2
AUT3
NED4
ITA3
CAN2
USA2
3rd
42 (49)
1981
Albilad-Williams Racing Team
Williams FW07C
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
USW2
BRA1
ARG2
SMR3
BEL1
MONRet
2nd
49
TAG Williams Team
ESP4
FRA10
GBR2
GERRet
AUT5
NEDRet
ITA3
CAN10
CPL8
1982
TAG Williams Team
Williams FW07C
Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8
RSA2
BRARet
USW
SMR
BEL
MON
DET
CAN
NED
GBR
FRA
GER
AUT
SUI
ITA
CPL
15th
6
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