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#1 pitufo

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Posted 22 June 2006 - 02:36

Dears users:
I'm looking for a pic of the "Formula 2 Temporada " in Argentina December 1968.
The driver : Carlos Reutemann ,Tecno 68#40.
Thank you very much.

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#2 bschenker

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Posted 23 June 2006 - 20:50

From AUTOMONDO No. 187

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#3 Rob29

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Posted 24 June 2006 - 07:50

According to my records Reutemann drove race #40,chassis #288 in first 3 races.Brabham BT23C-15 in final Buenos Aires race.Carlos Marincovich droveTecno #42 290.

#4 pitufo

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Posted 24 June 2006 - 11:27

:clap: :clap: thank you very much mates

#5 bschenker

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Posted 24 June 2006 - 14:30

The Ron Harris Team was present with tree cars, No.38 Pedro Rodriguez, No.40 Carlos Reutemann and No.42 Carlos Marincovich al in the same red colour. The Marincovich car was the only one founded in a coloured imagine.
The Argentine Press was full from the new national star Carlos Reutemann. Carlos was not very happy with the Tecno, so was a change for the last race to a Brabham y think to remember a Frank Williams car. One the end was noting in results, but the Swiss camp (Siffert, Moser and Regazzoni) was impressed from this driver, later from Reutemann confirmed in results.

#6 bschenker

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Posted 24 June 2006 - 15:30

Here an interesting page with Carlos Reutemann during the selection of drivers from Club YPF with a Formula 3.

AUTOSPORT No. 187

#7 Wolf

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Posted 25 June 2006 - 00:45

May I butt in with a question about Carlos Marincovich? Judging by his name he has very likely Croatian roots (Marinković is common surname here*)- since my coming to TNF, many moons ago, I've learned of succesful compatriots in AUS, NZ, USA racing, and I'm willing to learn about Argentinean Croats too.

* not to mention large contingent of Croatian emmigrants in Argentina

Thanks in advance. :)

P.S. Did I mention J. F. Gonzalez was one of my favourite drivers (which, needless to say, include JMF too)? Maybe I'll score few brownie points by mentioning it...;)