In its passage through the F1, which spread from 1972 a 1982, Carlos Alberto Reutemann achievement 12 wins in Grand Prizes becoming one of the three Argentine pilots who inscribed his name in the list of winners of the highest category. The other two? Juan Manuel Fangio y José Froilán González, nothing less.
Lole debuted as a World Cup winner at the South African GP of 1974 with Brabham. That same year he also celebrated on two other occasions in Austria and the United States. The following year he won again at the German GP in the legendary Nurburgring.
After a 1976 without celebrations and after moving away from Brabham, Reutemann continued his sports campaign in Ferrari, team with which he achieved five hits: in the 1977 and 1978 Brazilian GPs, in the Western and Eastern United States GPs and in the British GP.
The Santa Fe achieved his last three victories in F.1 with Williams after an unfortunate step by Lotus. His first joy with the Grove team was at the Monaco GP in 1980 and then he scored two more in 1981, the year he was runner-up, at the Brazilian and Belgian GPs.
Reutemann's campaign in F.1 is completed with 146 Grand Prizes disputed, six pole positions and as many lap records, 45 podiums y 310 points added. In addition, he completed 33.097 kilometers routes of which 3.306 km made them in first place.
THE TRIUMPHS OF CARLOS REUTEMANN IN FORMULA 1
|12||1981||Belgium||Zolder||Williams FW07C-Ford||1 °|
|11||1981||Brazil||Jacarepaguá||Williams FW07C-Ford||2 °|
|10||1980||Monaco||Montecarlo||Williams FW07B-Ford||2 °|
|9||1978||United States East||Watkins glen||Ferrari 312T3||2 °|
|8||1978||Britain||Brands Hatch||Ferrari 312T3||8 °|
|7||1978||United States West||Long Beach||Ferrari 312T3||1 °|
|6||1978||Brazil||Jacarepaguá||Ferrari 312T2||4 °|
|5||1977||Brazil||Interlagos||Ferrari 312T2||2 °|
|4||1975||Germany||Nurburgring||Brabham BT44B-Ford||10 °|
|3||1974||United States||Watkins glen||Brabham BT44-Ford||1 °|
|2||1974||Austria||Österreichring||Brabham BT44-Ford||2 °|
|1||1974||South Africa||Kyalami||Brabham BT44-Ford||4 °|