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===1977-: [[Kojima]]===
 
===1977-: [[Kojima]]===
 
Left without a seat in Formula One, Stuck journeyed to Japan to compete in Formula 2 for the Kojima squad. He had a successful debut season, winning two races and finishing third overall in the championship. With no [[Formula One]] offers forthcoming, Stuck resigned for Kojima for a second season in Japan.
 
Left without a seat in Formula One, Stuck journeyed to Japan to compete in Formula 2 for the Kojima squad. He had a successful debut season, winning two races and finishing third overall in the championship. With no [[Formula One]] offers forthcoming, Stuck resigned for Kojima for a second season in Japan.
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==[[WTCM]]==
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Stuck joined the World Touring Car Masters series in [[1990_World_Touring_Car_Masters_season|1990]] driving an independent Audi V8 for Schmidt Motorsport Technik. Stuck performed well in the small team and finished the year fourth in the independent's championship.
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Stuck's good performances saw him join [[Mercedes-Benz]] in [[1991_World_Touring_Car_Masters_season|1991]] in the first year of the new Super Touring regulations alongside Austrian former WTCM champion [[Roland Ratzenberger]].
  
 
==Complete [[Alternate Formula One|Formula 1]] Results==
 
==Complete [[Alternate Formula One|Formula 1]] Results==

Latest revision as of 18:34, 13 July 2019

Hans-Joachim Stuck (born 1st January 1951 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, West Germany) is a German racing driver known for his appearances in Formula One.

His father, Hans also raced in Formula One.

Formula One

1976: Penske

In 1976, Stuck joined the ambitious Team Penske on the launch of their new chassis, the PC4. Coupled with a woeful Alfa Romeo power unit, the car was a complete disaster. Being low on power and generally unreliable, Stuck failed to qualify for eleven races in 1976 and only finishing on three occasions.

Stuck caused controversy at the 1976 Italian Grand Prix for deliberately swerving in front of race leader and eventual champion Jody Scheckter. Stuck left the team at the end of the season.

1977: Kojima

A lack of interest in Stuck's services in Formula One led him to set sail for Japan's Formula 2000 championship with Kojima Engineering.

This led to him entering the 1977 Japanese Grand Prix alongside Masahiro Hasemi where he would retire from the race.

Japanese Formula Two

1977-: Kojima

Left without a seat in Formula One, Stuck journeyed to Japan to compete in Formula 2 for the Kojima squad. He had a successful debut season, winning two races and finishing third overall in the championship. With no Formula One offers forthcoming, Stuck resigned for Kojima for a second season in Japan.

WTCM

Stuck joined the World Touring Car Masters series in 1990 driving an independent Audi V8 for Schmidt Motorsport Technik. Stuck performed well in the small team and finished the year fourth in the independent's championship.

Stuck's good performances saw him join Mercedes-Benz in 1991 in the first year of the new Super Touring regulations alongside Austrian former WTCM champion Roland Ratzenberger.

Complete Formula 1 Results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; Races in italics indicate fastest lap)
Year Entrant Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Points WDC
1976 Citibank Team Penske Penske PC4 Alfa Romeo 115-12 3.0 F12 ARG
17
RSA
DNQ
USW
DNQ
ESP
12
BEL
11
MON
DNPQ
SOV
DNPQ
FRA
Ret
GBR
DNPQ
GER
DNPQ
AUT
DNQ
NED
DNPQ
ITA
Ret
CAN
DNPQ
USA
DNPQ
JPN
DNPQ
0
1977 Kojima Engineering Kojima KE-009 Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 V8 ARG RSA USW ESP BEL MON FRA TUS SOV GBR NED GER AUT ITA CAN USA JPN
Ret
0

Complete WTCM Results

Year Entrant Car Class WDC Pts. Class Pts.
1990 Schmidt Motorsport Technik Audi V8 B Flag of Japan svg.png Flag of the United States svg.png Flag of Nigeria svg.png Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Flag of France svg.png Flag of the Czech Republic svg.png Flag of Italy svg.png Flag of France svg.png Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Flag of Belgium svg.png Flag of Germany svg.png Flag of Australia svg.png 28th 35 8th 176
E S E S E S E S E S E S E S E S E S E S E S E
FUJ
13
FUJ
16
GLN
Ret
GLN
18
LAG
Ret
LAG
17
BRH
14
BRH
19
PAU
DNQ
PAU
DNQ
BRN
14
BRN
12
MNZ
DNQ
MNZ
DNQ
CHA
8
CHA
13
BIR
12
BIR
19
SPA
DNQ
SPA
DNQ
NUR
Ret
NUR
25
BAT
Ret