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March 741 car-by-car histories

Listed below are each of the cars built to this type. Note that the list does not include cars modified to this type but originally built to a different type.

Click on a car to see the race history. The present location is shown where recorded; full details of ownership are held on file but not all of this information can presently be disclosed.

Car
Total
Race
Starts
Grand
Prix
Starts
Grand
Prix
Wins
First Race
Present Location
102
14
Argentinian Grand Prix
(13 Jan 1974)
United States 2018
19
15
Argentinian Grand Prix
(13 Jan 1974)
United Kingdom 2019

Extra March 741s

It should be noted that the two genuine 741s shown above are not the only 741s currently in existence.  Two other cars have been built up from 1974-type March tubs of unknown provenance.  The first of these has its origins in a March 73A that appears to have been rebuilt on a 74A tub in 1974.  It was last seen in Australia when it had a FG gearbox and 751 rear wing, and wore a plate claiming it to be "741-1B", but it is rumoured to have moved to the US.  The other was built on a tub that can be traced back to an American Formula Atlantic racer, who is said to have acquired it when racing in England.  This car has been raced in European Masters and TGP events and is claimed to be "741-2".  

Please contact Allen Brown (allen@oldracingcars.com) if you can add anything to our understanding of these cars.

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