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Jean-Pierre Jarier These showings saw him signed by Tyrrell Racing. He was a regular points-scorer over two seasons with the team, with his best results being two 3rd places, achieved at the 1979 South African Grand Prix and the 1979 British Grand Prix.
Jean-Pierre Jarier Following this, Jarier retired from motorsport, but was tempted back to drive in the Porsche Supercup in 1994. This led to several sports car drives, winning the 1998 and 1999 French GT Championships. Jarier introduced himself to a new generation by contributing major stunt work to the film "Ronin", directed by John Frankenheimer who also directed the 1966 classic, "Grand Prix".
Jean-Pierre Jarier He began 1981 with a temporary assignment for Ligier, standing in while Jean-Pierre Jabouille returned to fitness, for two races. He then drove with Osella beginning midway through the season, giving some respectable performances for the small, underfunded team.
Jean-Pierre Jarier Following this impressive start, his career slowed. He switched to the ATS team in 1977, driving a Penske. He scored a point in his first race for the team, and then had one-off drives for Shadow and Equipe Ligier when the German team elected to miss the final races of the year. He also dabbled in sports cars, winning two races in an Alfa Romeo T33 with Arturo Merzario, and coming second at the Le Mans 24 Hours with Vern Schuppan in a Mirage.
Jean-Pierre Jarier At the 1983 Austrian Grand Prix he made many drivers angry because of his blocking tactics as a back marker. On lap 22, Ferrari driver Patrick Tambay, who had led the race from the start, was held up by Jarier for 2 corners (the Glatsch-kurve and the Bosch-kurve). As he was being held up, Tambay's team-mate Rene Arnoux was able to pass Tambay on the approach to the Texaco-Schikane by boxing Tambay in behind Jarier. This also allowed Brabham driver Nelson Piquet to come from 3rd to 2nd by nipping past Tambay into the second of the two left-handers, which dropped Tambay to 3rd and denied him the lead he had been preparing to re-take from Arnoux. A furious Tambay waved his fist at Jarier when he finally did pass him. BBC commentators Murray Walker and James Hunt were appalled at Jarier's driving, with Hunt saying:
Jean-Pierre Jarier Even the gentlemanly Walker also made rare scathing comments on Jarier's driving, he said ""In all my years as a commentator, but certainly no driver, I have to admit, that was an awful and crass piece of driving by Jarier."" At this point in the season, in terms of his Formula One status, Jarier was at the point of no return.
Jean-Pierre Jarier For the 1976 German and Austrian Grands Prix Shadow was sponsored by the Villiger Söhne "Tabatip" cigar brand.
Jean-Pierre Jarier Jean-Pierre Jacques Jarier (born 10 July 1946) is a French former Grand Prix racing driver. He drove for several notable Formula One teams including Shadow, Team Lotus, Ligier and Tyrrell Racing. His best finish was third (three times) and he also took three pole positions.
Jean-Pierre Jarier After his devastating form in the 1973 F2 European series, Jarier nearly signed for Ferrari, however long established Ferrari driver Clay Regazzoni insisted on having the young Austrian Niki Lauda as his teammate, on account of the impressive test driving skills shown at BRM. In 1974 Jarier drove a full season of Formula One, signing with the Shadow Racing Cars team. He became team leader following the death of Peter Revson, finishing 3rd at the Monaco Grand Prix on his way to 14th overall. However as a sports car driver. Jarrier led Matra's successful defense of its world sports car title, and proved himself the fastest driver of all on the classic road circuits, being faster than Ickx at Nürburgring and the old Spa road circuit and winning three other rounds on GP circuits at Brands Hatch, Watkins Glen and Paul Ricard.
Jean-Pierre Jarier Jarier spent 1976 with Shadow Racing Cars, qualifying 3rd in an updated version of the previous year's car, the DN5B and setting fastest lap at the opening Brazilian Grand Prix, before spinning off on James Hunt's oil. However, this was a false dawn, as the car became uncompetitive, and Jarier failed to score any points.