1982 Detroit GP Overtakes

KekeTheKing

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Detroit Street Circuit
4.168 km
62 Laps

45 Overtakes


Lap 2
Arnoux (Renault) on Laffite (Ligier) - P9
Daly (Williams) on Guerrero (Ensign) - P11
Patrese (Brabham) on Surer (Arrows) - P16
Serra (Fittipaldi) on Salazar (ATS) - P19
Jarier (Osella) on Salazar (ATS) - P20


Lap 3
Mass (March) on Watson (McLaren) - P14
Alboreto (Tyrrell) on Salazar (ATS) - P21


Lap 4
Arnoux (Renault) on Lauda (McLaren) - P7


Lap 5
Lauda (McLaren) on Arnoux (Renault) - P7


Lap 6
Daly (Williams) on Laffite (Ligier) - P9


Lap 9
Daly (Williams) on Mansell (Lotus) - P8


Lap 10
Laffite (Ligier) on Mansell (Lotus) - P9
Mass (March) on Mansell (Lotus) - P10


Lap 12
Lauda (McLaren) on Arnoux (Renault) - P6


Lap 16
Daly (Williams) on Arnoux (Renault) - P7
Laffite (Ligier) on Arnoux (Renault) - P8
Watson (McLaren) on de Angelis (Lotus) - P12
Watson (McLaren) on Mansell (Lotus) - P11


Lap 17
Watson (McLaren) on Mass (March) - P10


Lap 18
Mansell (Lotus) on Mass (March) - P11


Lap 19
Watson (McLaren) on Arnoux (Renault) - P9
Surer (Arrows) on Henton (Tyrrell) - P13


Lap 20
Serra (Fittipaldi) on Henton (Tyrrell) - P14


Lap 23
Rosberg (Williams) on Prost (Renault) - P1


Lap 24
Watson (McLaren) on Laffite (Ligier) - P8


Lap 25
Watson (McLaren) on Daly (Williams) - P7


Lap 26
Cheever (Ligier) on Giacomelli (Alfa Romeo) - P4
Lauda (McLaren) on Giacomelli (Alfa Romeo) - P5
Laffite (Ligier) on Daly (Williams) - P8
Mansell (Lotus) on Arnoux (Renault) - P10


Lap 28
Pironi (Ferrari) on Prost (Renault) - P2


Lap 30
Watson (McLaren) on Giacomelli (Alfa Romeo) - P5


Lap 33
Watson (McLaren) on Lauda (McLaren) - P4
Watson (McLaren) on Cheever (Ligier) - P3
Watson (McLaren) on Pironi (Ferrari) - P2


Lap 35
Lauda (McLaren) on Cheever (Ligier) - P4


Lap 36
Lauda (McLaren) on Pironi (Ferrari) - P3


Lap 37
Watson (McLaren) on Rosberg (Williams) - P1
Cheever (Ligier) on Pironi (Ferrari) - P4
Henton (Tyrrell) on Surer (Arrows) - P12


Lap 38
Mass (March) on Arnoux (Renault) - P9


Lap 39
Surer (Arrows) on Arnoux (Renault) - P10


Lap 41
Laffite (Ligier) on Pironi (Ferrari) - P4


Lap 52
Pironi (Ferrari) on Laffite (Ligier) - P3


Lap 56
Rosberg (Williams) on Laffite (Ligier) - P5


Position Changes Left Out


Lap 3
Rosberg on de Cesaris - P2 (de Cesaris pulled into pits to retire soon after)


Lap 7 (Restart)
Arnoux on Lauda - P7
Arnoux on Mansell - P6
Lauda on Mansell - P7
Mass on de Angelis - P11
Henton on Surer - P14


Lap 28
Cheever on Prost - P3 (Prost was really struggling)
Lauda on Prost - P4


Lap 29
Giacomelli on Prost - P5 (Prost was struggling with brakes)
Watson on Prost


Lap 40
Cheever on Rosberg - P2 (Keke's Williams was seriously ailing)


Lap 55
Daly on Laffite - P4 (Laffite had a bent wing and the Williams was fine)

Highlight Video
 

FB

Not my cup of cake
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I can't believe Derek Daly overtook someone
 

gethinceri

Lance Stroll Fan. Alfa Romeo Fan.
Contributor
One of my favourite races, the show could only have been improved if Hunt and Stewart had shared the commentary box..........................James would have lamped him within minutes!!
 

KekeTheKing

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Daly must have felt like the luckiest man in the world to find himself in that Williams. The guy went from THE worst car on the grid to the one that would win the World Championship. Just another quirky anecdote from the incredible '82 campaign.
 

FB

Not my cup of cake
Valued Member
Daly must have felt like the luckiest man in the world to find himself in that Williams. The guy went from THE worst car on the grid to the one that would win the World Championship. Just another quirky anecdote from the incredible '82 campaign.

Story is FW said "Why don't we sign Derek?", meaning Warwick, at Toleman at the time and not having a good time of it, and the man responsible for the contracts thought he meant Derek Daly and went and signed him up. Think Warwick might have made a better fist of it than Mr Daly. Poor old DW always in the the wrong car at the wrong time.

One other quick point of Daly, the only race (I think) in 1982 he out qualified Rosberg was the Swiss GP and that's only because he took a short cut and reduced the lap by a couple of corners.
 
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