Patrick Tambay: Former Ferrari and McLaren Formula 1 driver dies aged 73

Last Updated: 04/12/22 1:48pm

Former Formula 1 driver Patrick Tambay has died at the age of 73.

Tambay competed in 114 races over 11 seasons in F1 for teams such as McLaren and Ferrari, where he picked up his only two victories in 1982 and 1983.

The Frenchman had been suffering with Parkinson’s Disease and his death was communicated by his family to news agency AFP on Sunday.

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