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cdw1978
09 Mar 10 10:38
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what's the greatest number of world champions to compete in a single Formula One season?

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Dave P Fanclub
When: 09 Mar 10 11:01
Would imagine late 60s or early 70s - Graham Hill, John Surtees and Jack Brabham all stuck around forever, plus Denny Hulme and Jackie Stewart had both won titles by 1970. Jim Clark died in April 68 but started the season, although Stewart hadn't won a title by then. But the first four were around in both 68 and 70 I think, so that'll be five in each of those years. Any advance on that?
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Cauthenmeister
When: 09 Mar 10 12:05
I think 5 also in 1966 if including P.Hill`s DNQ in Germany but if you include future champions it goes up to a massive 8.
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jimmy69
When: 09 Mar 10 15:06
6 in 1986. Prost/Mansell/Piquet/Senna/Rosberg/Jones
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jimmy69
When: 09 Mar 10 15:07
6 also in 1985.
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jimmy69
When: 09 Mar 10 15:08
6 also in 1984...lol
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jimmy69
When: 09 Mar 10 15:10
7 in 1980
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jimmy69
When: 09 Mar 10 15:10
This is point scorers...
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jimmy69
When: 09 Mar 10 15:14
8 in 1970..we could have a winner
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jimmy69
When: 09 Mar 10 15:19
..though Andretti and Fittipaldi won it afterwards.
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