Laffite

  • (noun): French pirate who aided the United States in the War of 1812 and received an official pardon for his crimes (1780-1826).
    Synonyms: Lafitte, Jean Laffite, Jean Lafitte

Some articles on laffite:

Ligier JS27 - Racing History
... was initially driven by the French pairing of Ligier mainstay Laffite and René Arnoux ... the 1985 season after being sacked after the Brazilian Grand Prix by Ferrari, and at 42 years old, Laffite was the oldest driver on the grid ... of the season, including two podium finishes from Laffite ...
1975 European Formula Two Season - Calendar
... Estoril Portugal March 9, 50. 4.35=217.50 km 1'3305.83 140.176 km/h Jacques Laffite Michel Leclère or Jacques Laffite Giorgio Francia 2 Thruxton United Kingdom March 31 ...
1979 Brazilian Grand Prix - Race Report
... Frenchman Jacques Laffite dominated the race weekend and made the most of his superbly set-up Ligier by taking pole position, smashing Jean-Pierre Jarier's 1975 ... Laffite's teammate Patrick Depailler started and finished 2nd ... Laffite and the Ligier team completed their domination of the South American fortnight, Laffite also dominantly won in Argentina ...
Laffitte - Laffite
... Jacques Laffite (born 1943) French Formula One driver from 1974 to 1986. ...
1977 Formula One Season - Race-by-Race - Race Thirteen: Holland
... and in qualifying Andretti took his fifth pole of the season with Laffite alongside on the front row, and Hunt third ... him but some aggressive defending from Hunt forced him to lift, and Laffite took advantage to get second ... Five laps later, Andretti had got back past Laffite and was attack attacking Hunt, who again defended aggressively but this time Andretti did not lift and they collided ...