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On September 5, 1970, in preparation for the Italian Grand Prix at Monza, Lotus driver and Formula One World Championship leader Jochen Rindt crashed during practice. He died on impact. By the end of the season, no one had been able to usurp his points lead, and he became F1's first and only posthumous World Champion.


Rindt’s death was a dark moment in F1's history and within the Lotus team’s. Chapman was earning a reputation as a visionary, but his cars were just as well known for being dangerous as the team attempted to stay ahead of the curve when it came to technical advancements.




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Jochen Rindt | 1970 | Lotus 72A

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