Two stints at Ferrari and scoring Williams's maiden grand prix victory are the clear highlights of Clay Regazzoni's 10-year Formula 1 career.
The relationship with the Prancing Horse got off to a dream start when the Swiss driver took fourth on his debut in Holland, while there's nowhere better to take your maiden win in one of the red cars than Monza, which Regazzoni managed later that same season.
He left Ferrari for 1973, but was back a year later, playing the role of number two to Niki Lauda. Despite taking a win each season from '74-'76, he was moved on for 1977.
After two years out of competitive machinery he was playing the number two role again, this time to Alan Jones at Williams in 1979. But it was Regazzoni who gave Frank Williams's team its first win, inheriting the lead at Silverstone when Jones retired.
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|Born||5 Sep 1939|
|Died||15 Dec 2006|
|Active years||1970 - 1980|