|Race 13 of 16 in the 1984 Formula One season|
The Zandvoort Circuit (1980-1989)
|Date||August 26, 1984|
|Official name||XXVII Grote Prijs van Nederland|
|Location||Circuit Zandvoort, Zandvoort, Netherlands|
|Course||Permanent racing facility|
|Course length||4.252 km (2.642 mi)|
|Distance||71 laps, 301.892 km (187.582 mi)|
|Time||1:19.465 on lap 64|
The 1984 Dutch Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Zandvoort on August 26, 1984. The race, contested over 71 laps, was the thirteenth round of the 1984 Formula One season and was won by Alain Prost driving a McLaren-TAG, with team-mate Niki Lauda second and Nigel Mansell third in a Lotus-Renault.
Before the race it was rumoured that Ayrton Senna would break a 3 year contract and leave the Toleman team at the end of the season to take up a 3 year contract with Lotus (the announcement was made 2 days after the race). This angered Toleman management as a clause in their contract with the Brazilian rookie stated that he had to inform them if he was leaving, something he did not do. As a result, Toleman suspended Senna from the next race in Italy. Also, with Jacques Laffite already known to be leaving Williams at the end of the season to return to Ligier, it was rumoured that team owner Frank Williams had signed Nigel Mansell for the 1985 season, a rumour that was ultimately proved correct.
|2||8||Niki Lauda||McLaren-TAG||71||+ 10.283||6||6|
|3||12||Nigel Mansell||Lotus-Renault||71||+ 1:19.544||12||4|
|4||11||Elio de Angelis||Lotus-Renault||70||+ 1 Lap||3||3|
|5||2||Teo Fabi||Brabham-BMW||70||+ 1 Lap||10||2|
|6||15||Patrick Tambay||Renault||70||+ 1 Lap||5||1|
|7||25||François Hesnault||Ligier-Renault||69||+ 2 Laps||20|
|8||6||Keke Rosberg||Williams-Honda||68||Out of Fuel||7|
|9||10||Jonathan Palmer||RAM-Hart||67||+ 4 Laps||22|
|10||9||Philippe Alliot||RAM-Hart||67||+ 4 Laps||26|
|12||30||Jo Gartner||Osella-Alfa Romeo||66||+ 5 Laps||23|
|13||23||Eddie Cheever||Alfa Romeo||65||Out of Fuel||17|
|Ret||22||Riccardo Patrese||Alfa Romeo||51||Engine||18|
|Ret||26||Andrea de Cesaris||Ligier-Renault||31||Engine||14|
|Ret||16||Derek Warwick||Renault||23||Spun Off||4|
|Ret||14||Manfred Winkelhock||ATS-BMW||22||Spun Off||16|
|Ret||1||Nelson Piquet||Brabham-BMW||10||Oil Pressure||2|
|Ret||24||Piercarlo Ghinzani||Osella-Alfa Romeo||8||Fuel Pump||21|
1984 Austrian Grand Prix
|FIA Formula One World Championship
1984 Italian Grand Prix
1983 Dutch Grand Prix
|Dutch Grand Prix||Next race:
1985 Dutch Grand Prix
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