Clay Regazzoni's first official temporarly works car, as driver for the Swiss Army Non Racing Team during 4 months at the Scuola Reclute Monte Ceneri between Bellinzona and Lugano.
First car, first dream. Clay with the Austin Sprite Healey.
Clay Regazzoni (r) & Silvio Moser, Austin Healey 950, Swiss Championship at Schauinsland/Freiburg GER, Clay's first race ever.
Morris Cooper S 1070, Mitholz-Kandersteg - 3rd place.
Picture MSA 4/1980
Team Martinelli & Sonvico, Clay left with De Tomaso F3, his first Monoposto, and Silvio Moser with the Brabham F3, which Clay used...
...which Clay used here in Monthéry by Paris, FRA, at the Cours de pilotage.
Clay at Monzas Parabolica corner driving his Martinelli & Sonvico Car
Clay during his first test with the De Tomaso in Lignières. He don't look so convinced...
Imola ITA, first race with the De Tomaso F3 ex-Mario Casoni
Monza September 1965, back in the Brabham F3. Right Renzo Giorla "Dovina", mechanic by Martinelli & Sonvico Racing Team, left Ivan Bellotti.
Clay in 1965 with the helmet in the colours of Martinelli & Sonvico and the same logos remember the rowing club of Graham Hill and his helmet.
Clay's Brabham BT 15 from 1965 is still existing and was seen at 2010 Monaco Historical Grand Prix.
Clay (in the middle) seating on his car by the Argentinian Temporada 1966. Ahead, Silvio Moser's car.
Slalom Lodrino TI with Alfa Romeo TZ 1600
Clay Regazzoni (left) & Aldo Pessina, Coppa Europa Turismo 1966, Monza, Honda S600
Pit Stop for Clay and Aldo. Behind, left, standing at the steps, Silvio Moser.
Clay in action.
Clay driving in Mar del Plata, Argentinian Temporada...
...ahead of (left) Carlo Facetti (ITA, #22), right Clay in drift with his car (54) ...
...and both car again in the night at the garage and...
..and here is this car, today, Anno 2009!
Clay on the way to win the Team European Formula 3 championships in Hockenheim on Tecno.
Official driver by Tecno, here with Tecno's owner Luciano Pederzani in Bologna
Accident in Montecarlo with Tecno F3.
1969 - Early Sixtynine! Clay is testing the Ferrari Dino F2 in Modena. We see Engineer Marelli and mechanic Borsari, also journalist Pino Allievi (the tall one on the left) and Autosprint's Gian Carlo Cevenini (2nd from right).
Clay test day in Monza with the F2 Dino, talking with Ing. Marelli. Behind Clay, Vittorio Brambilla.
Zandvoort HOL - 1st Formula 1 Race
Monza ITA - On the way to...
...the first victory. Victory at Monza 1970!
Tecno Formula 2
Hockenheim DEU, Clay Regazzoni ahead of Dieter Quester (Austria)
Crash in the last lap between Quester (white car) and Regazzoni (dark).
Quester The Flying Austrian Airlines
Finally Clay Regazzoni wins the Formula 2 European Championship driving the official Tecno F1 70 Car. It will be the highest success for Pederzani Brothers' italian constructor. 35 years later, Clay get the cover on the book TECNO La Storia (Bianchini/D'Alessio).
Johnny Servoz-Gavin (4) ahead of the two Swiss Jo Siffert on BMW (6) and Clay Regazzoni at Paul Ricard Le Castellet FRA.
24 Hours Le Mans 1970, Regazzoni/Merzario, - Ferrari 512 S V12 60° 4994 cc
Clay, left, getting the car form incoming Arturo Merzario in his white helmet.
Regazzoni's driving his unique participation in Le Mans.
Nürburgring GER - 3rd place
Silverstone ENG - Clay Regazzoni, Jacky Ickx (both Ferrari), Ronnie Peterson (March).
Nice shot, Clay in his Ferrari at Montjuich, GP Espana, Barcelona.
French Grand Prix at Paul Ricard Circuit in Le Castellet
1000 Km Nürburgring, Ferrari 312 PB
Argentinian Grand Prix in Buenos Aires, Ferrari 312B2, ahead of François Cevert (FRA, Tyrrell). First page on the newsapaper.
Driving the BRM P160 at the Monaco Grand Prix
Targa Florio, Alfa Romeo 33TT12
No circuit races allowed in Switzerland, but Clay drives this De Tomaso Pantera at the Gran Turismo Grand Prix Suisse in Hockenheim.
Race in Seattle, Lola T330 HU4 John Eisert Racing Formula 5000 Car
1974 - The winning poster
Nürburgring 1974, Clay Regazzoni is jumping on the way...
...jumping on the way to win the "Grosser Preis von Europa".
Come and enjoy this car at the In Memoriam Clay Regazzoni's Exhibitons of swissSpirit.org (clic Welcome).
Regazzoni/Macaluso at the Giro d'Italia 1974 driving the brand new Fiat X1/9
Regazzoni's Grand Prix Victory at The USA West Grand Prix in Long Beach.
1977 - Clay in Indianapolis at the presentation.
Watkins Glen, Ensign N177 Formula 1
Clay driving a Ralt F2, end of september 1977, at the hill climbing race of Hemberg in eastern Switzerland. Photo courtesy of JP Froidevaux.
Monaco Grand Prix, Shadow DN9
Misano ITA, European Formula 2 Championship, Chevron F2 Team Minardi
Silverstone ENG, 1979, Saturday, July 14th - Historical Day.
Frank Williams and Team Williams' first, Clay Regazzoni's and Swiss last Formula 1 Grand Prix Victory yet.
Half hour before start.
Clay driving alone in view of his and Swiss last Formula 1 win yet.
And the Silverstone Winner is... Clay Regazzoni. René Arnoux 2nd on left, JP Jarier 3rd on right.
Regazzoni driving the BMW M1 at the F.1 byside Procar races.
The last top result in Monza 1979, 3rd place
Clay Regazzoni on March Formula 2 at the St. Pederzell-Hemberg Swiss Championship Hill Climbing Race, September 1979. Today's owner of this car is Fredy Lienhard of autobau.ch, a brand new racing car museum in Romanshorn SG, and is a part of swissSpirit.org's In Memoriam Clay Regazzoni's Exhibitions.
Clay Regazzoni in his last Formula 1 race, the USA West Grand Prix at Long Beach, March 30th, 1980, driving his Ensign N180. Here ahead of Emerson Fittipaldi, Copersucar.
Starting the handicap racing driving school at Vallelunga, 1985.
There is existing no way, to stop Clay. Pharaons Rally 1988.
Winner of 6WD truck category.
1996 - Porsche 911 Bi-Turbo Team Friesinger, 4 Ore GT Monza 1996. Clay Regazzoni in the team with Henry Pescarolo (FRA) und Franco Ballabio (ITA).
Rally Sanremo Storico
French Yaris Cup.
Giro di Sicilia Targa Florio Storica, 144 Regazzoni Malesci Ferrari 250 SVB
144 Clay Regazzoni-Margherita Nicosia Ferrari 250 SVB (1960)
Kart 24 Hours Race of Evola, Portugal
Tour de Espana
Training for New York Marathon
Next comes more !
Fun Cup Varano ITA
Gran Premio di Bergamo
Great Tour of China
Tour de Espana 2004
Giro di Sicilia Targa Florio Storica, Ferrary Daytona
Rally de Tunis
Winner with his Ford Mustang 289 1964
Montecarlo Historical Rally