Jochen Rindt (1942. április 18.  In 1967, he dominated Formula Two, winning nine races in his Brabham BT23. He set pole position in the final practice session, almost a quarter of a second ahead of his closest challenger, Stewart. The effect of the failure lifted Rindt's car off the track and into the barriers, where it collided with the stationary car of Hill, whose accident occurred at the same spot. ^2 – Until 1990, not all points scored by a driver contributed to their final World Championship tally (see list of points scoring systems for more information). Because of this, many teams, including Lotus, opted to drop the rear wings mounted on the cars to reduce drag and further increase speeds.  During the race, he was black flagged for his dangerous driving style and therefore disqualified; he did not immediately return to the pit lane as he was unaware of the regulations. People Projects Discussions Surnames From eighth on the grid, he worked his way through the field on a track notorious for presenting few overtaking opportunities. Overall, he competed in 62 Grands Prix, winning six and achieving 13 podium finishes. During his time in Formula One, he was involved, alongside Jackie Stewart, in a campaign to improve safety in Formula One.  Although Rindt only suffered a broken nose, one marshal lost an eye and another had his foot broken. Jochen Rindt was born on 18 April 1942 in Mainz, Germany, to an Austrian mother and German father. His victory was cast into doubt shortly after the race when Chief Scrutineer Cecil Mitchell found the rear aerofoil not at the regulated height. 1975 N. Lauda 1977 N. Lauda Denny Hulme, who was following Rindt at the time, described the accident as follows: Jochen was following me for several laps and slowly catching me up and I didn't go through the second Lesmo corner very quick so I pulled to the one side and let Jochen past me and then I followed him down into the Parabolica, [...] we were going very fast and he waited until about the 200 metres to put on the brakes.
, Nina ja Jochen Rindtille syntyi vuonna 1968 tytär Natasha. 2006 F. Alonso Sharing the drive of a Ferrari 250LM with American Masten Gregory for the North American Racing Team, Rindt won the event.
 Jacky Ickx later recalled that the two had driven "like maniacs". Nina Rindt married twice more after Rindt's death, first Philip Martyn, with whom she had another daughter, and then Alexander Hood, 4th Viscount Bridport, making her Nina Hood, Lady Bridport. 1953 A. Ascari After McLaren left, Rindt became team leader until 1964 world champion John Surtees joined from Ferrari. 2001 M. Schumacher