Stewart takes charge as Peterson rises - F1's 200th GP

Stewart takes charge as Peterson rises - F1's 200th GP

Our tour of the Autosport archives to celebrate Formula 1's 1000th world championship round continues with race 200 - the 1971 Monaco Grand Prix. It is a tale of Jackie Stewart at his best, dramas for Ferrari, Lotus and Graham Hill, and a first podium for one of F1's great heroes

In visual terms the progress Formula 1 had made between its 100th and 200th grands prix was arguably the biggest of any era - the cars now had wings and sponsors.

In other ways, the jump from 100 to 200 didn't seem so big: the field was still largely a pack of British constructors with customer engines pitted against Ferrari.

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