The early 1970s in Formula One may have been weird but they were nothing compared to the 1982 season. A confluence of regulation changes, technological advances, outsize personalities, political- and fistfights, fatal accidents and feuds turned it into a cauldron of weirdness. And it was won by the unlikeliest character, Finland’s Keke Rosberg, after he won his first Grand Prix. Thirty years later, at the 2012 Chinese Grand Prix, his son Nico took the first victory of his own. Here’s why history may be about to repeat itself.
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