1983 Formula One season

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The Formula 1 1983 season was the 34th FIA Formula 1 World Championship. She was discharged through 15 races in the period of 13 March 1983 to 15 October 1983.

First time in 1983 the European Grand Prix was conducted as an independent event at Brands Hatch. The final Grand Prix of Europe in 1977 yet assigned as an additional FIA honorary title at the Grand Prix of Great Britain.

Nelson Piquet won for the second time, the drivers' world championship, becoming the first pilot with one of a turbocharged engine driven vehicle. Ferrari was the eighth time Constructors' world champions.

  • 4.1 Drivers' Championship
  • 4.2 Constructors' Championship

Teams and Drivers

Race Calendar

Race Reports

Brazilian GP ( Jacarepaguá )

Second-placed Keke Rosberg was disqualified ( pushing in the pit lane ) after the race due to illegal foreign aid, the other classified driver engaged but not in the result on.

GP USA West (Long Beach )

French GP (Le Castellet )

GP San Marino ( Imola )

GP Monaco ( Monte Carlo )

Belgian GP ( Spa -Francorchamps )

GP USA (Detroit )

Canadian GP ( Montreal )

British GP ( Silverstone )

GP Germany ( Hockenheim )

GP Austria ( Zeltweg )

GP Netherlands ( Zandvoort )

Italian GP (Monza )

European Grand Prix ( Brands Hatch )

GP South Africa ( Kyalami )

World Cup ratings

In the drivers 'standings were the best eleven results counted all the results in the constructors' championship.

Drivers' championship

Constructors' Championship

T = turbo engine

News in brief Formula 1

  • Lotus boss Colin Chapman died after a heart attack.
  • Honda went into the Formula 1.
  • Premiere for Niki Lauda: When GP Monaco he could not qualify.
  • When GP Netherlands TAG - Porsche engine in the McLaren made ​​its debut.
  • Nelson Piquet was first with BMW Turbo World Champion.