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1973 Brazilian Grand Prix

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1973 Brazilian Grand Prix

  1973 Brazilian Grand Prix
Race details
Race 2 of 15 in the 1973 Formula One season
Date February 11 1973
Official name II Grande Prêmio do Brasil
Location Autódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo, Brazil
Course Permanent racing facility
Course length 7.960 km (4.975 mi)
Distance 40 laps, 318.4 km (199 mi)
Weather Partly cloudy and hot
Pole position
Driver Lotus-Ford
Time 2:30.5
Fastest lap
Drivers Emerson Fittipaldi (lap 14) Lotus-Ford
Fastest lap Denny Hulme (lap 20) McLaren-Ford
Time 2:35.0
First Lotus-Ford
Second Tyrrell-Ford
Third McLaren-Ford

The 1973 Brazilian Grand Prix was a Formula One race held at Interlagos on February 11, 1973. It was the first ever world championship race to be held in Brazil. The race was won by home town hero Emerson Fittipaldi after starting from first row beside Ronnie Peterson, who claimed the first pole position in his Formula 1 career, both driving Lotus. Jackie Stewart finished in second position, driving a Tyrrell

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