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1958 Argentine Grand Prix

Round
1/11
Date
Jan 19, 1958 at 00:00
Location
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Pos. Driver Constructor Time/Retired Grid Laps Points
1 #14 Stirling Moss Cooper 2:19:33.700 7th 80 8
2 #16 Luigi Musso Ferrari +2.700 5th 80 6
3 #20 Mike Hawthorn Ferrari +12.600 2nd 80 4
4 #2 Juan Manuel Fangio Maserati +53.000 1st 80 4
5 #4 Jean Behra Maserati +2 laps 4th 78 2
6 #8 Harry Schell Maserati +3 laps 8th 77
7 #6 Carlos Menditéguy Maserati +4 laps 6th 76
8 #10 Paco Godia Maserati +5 laps 9th 75
9 #12 Horace Gould Maserati +9 laps 10th 71
DNF #18 Peter Collins Ferrari Halfshaft 3rd 0
Pos. Driver Constructor Time Gap
1 #2 Juan Manuel Fangio Maserati 1:42.000
2 #20 Mike Hawthorn Ferrari 1:42.600 +0.600
3 #18 Peter Collins Ferrari 1:42.600 +0.600
4 #4 Jean Behra Maserati 1:42.700 +0.700
5 #16 Luigi Musso Ferrari 1:42.900 +0.900
6 #6 Carlos Menditéguy Maserati 1:43.700 +1.700
7 #14 Stirling Moss Cooper 1:44.000 +2.000
8 #8 Harry Schell Maserati 1:44.200 +2.200
9 #10 Paco Godia Maserati 1:49.300 +7.300
10 #12 Horace Gould Maserati 1:51.700 +9.700
Pos. Driver Constructor Time Gap Lap
1 #2 Juan Manuel Fangio Maserati 1:41.800 30

Standings

Driver standings
Pos. Driver Constructor Wins Podiums Points Gap
1 Stirling Moss Cooper 1 1 8
2 Luigi Musso Ferrari 0 1 6 -2
3 Mike Hawthorn Ferrari 0 1 4 -4
4 Juan Manuel Fangio Maserati 0 0 4 -4
5 Jean Behra Maserati 0 0 2 -6
Pos. Constructor Engine Wins Podiums Points Gap
1 Cooper Climax 1 1 8
2 Ferrari Ferrari 0 2 6 -2
3 Maserati Maserati 0 0 3 -5

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1972 #21 Jackie Stewart Denny Hulme Jacky Ickx 1:13.660 - Jackie Stewart Carlos Reutemann
1960 #16 Bruce McLaren Cliff Allison Maurice Trintignant 1:38.900 - Stirling Moss Stirling Moss
1957 #2 Juan Manuel Fangio Jean Behra Carlos Menditéguy 1:44.700 - Stirling Moss Stirling Moss
1956 #34 Luigi Musso Jean Behra Mike Hawthorn 1:45.300 - Juan Manuel Fangio Juan Manuel Fangio
1955 #2 Juan Manuel Fangio José Froilán González Nino Farina 1:48.300 - Juan Manuel Fangio José Froilán González
1954 #2 Juan Manuel Fangio Nino Farina José Froilán González 1:48.200 - José Froilán González Nino Farina
1953 #10 Alberto Ascari Luigi Villoresi José Froilán González 1:48.400 - Alberto Ascari Alberto Ascari
The 1958 Argentine Grand Prix started Jan 19, 1958 on Autódromo Juan y Oscar Gálvez in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Juan Manuel Fangio started from pole position with Mike Hawthorn next to him. Peter Collins started from third place.

In 2 hour, 19 minutes and 33 seconds Stirling Moss finished the race in first place.The podium was completed with Luigi Musso in second and Mike Hawthorn in third place.

After the 1958 Argentine Grand Prix, Stirling Moss is first in the Formula 1 World Championship with 8 points. Moss is 2 points ahead of Luigi Musso.