The world motor racing Championship is still undecided after the Italian Grand Prix in Monza on September 12.
Monza, Italy: TV, cars at start of race, GV cars advancing down straight and around first bend (3 shots)
GV Collision between No. 4 Slim Borgudd, and No. 35 Derek Warwick.
GV Race in progress.
SV Car of Nelson Piquet entering pits for repairs.
GVs Race in progress, with Keke Rosberg in Saudi Williams car. (2 shots)
SV Car No. 15 of Alain Prost (Renault) spun off track.
SV Race leader Rene Arnoux in Renault on last lap. (2 SHOTS)
TV Arnoux taking chequered flag to win.
GV Crowd, with Tambay, Arnoux and Andretti on rostrum. (3 SHOTS)
SPORT: MOTOR CYCLING
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Background: The world motor racing Championship is still undecided after the Italian Grand Prix in Monza on September 12. The 52-lap race was won by the Frenchman Rene Arnoux in his Renault Turbo. Arnoux put on a brilliant display tp defeat the Ferraris of Patrick Tambay and Mario Andretti. The world championship leader, Keke Rosberg of Finland, had a disastrous race, the rear wing pillar on his Williams snapping as he passed the pits at the end of lap 24. And Anrnoux's teammate, Alain Prost, lost any hope of the title when his car retired while in third place with the recurrence of the fuel-injection trouble has plaque the Renault team. The race had its dramas.. in the early stages, Slim Borgudd in car number 4, and Derek Warwick, car 35, collided. Brazilian Nelson Piquet, out of the running for the title, was also forced into early retirement. Arnoux's victory lifted him to sixth place in overall drivers' standings. Britain's John Wetson can overhaul Rosberg, but only if he wins the last race in Las Vegas on September 25.