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Encyclopedia > Tom Pryce
Tom Pryce
Pryce at Brands Hatch in 1974
Pryce at Brands Hatch in 1974
Formula One Career
Nationality United Kingdom British
Active years 1974- 1977
Team(s) Token, Shadow
Grands Prix 42
Championships 0
Wins 0
Podium finishes    2
Pole positions 1
Fastest laps 0
First Grand Prix 1974 Belgian Grand Prix
First win n/a
Last win n/a
Last Grand Prix 1977 South African Grand Prix

Thomas Maldwyn Pryce (June 11, 1949March 5, 1977) was a British Formula One racing driver from Wales. He was famous for winning the Brands Hatch Race of Champions in 1975, and for his shocking death in an accident during the 1977 South African Grand Prix. Pryce is also the only Welshman to lead a Formula One Grand Prix, which was two laps at the 1975 British Grand Prix.[1] Image File history File links TomPryce_BrandsHatch. ... Brands Hatch is a British motor racing circuit. ... 1974 (MCMLXXIV) was a common year starting on Tuesday. ... Formula One - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia /**/ @import /skins-1. ... Image File history File links Flag_of_the_United_Kingdom. ... The 1974 Formula One season was the 25th FIA Formula One World Championship season. ... The 1977 Formula One season was the 28th FIA Formula One World Championship season. ... Token was a Formula One constructor from Britain. ... Shadow Racing Cars was a Formula One and sports car racing team from Britain. ... The Formula One World Drivers Championship (WDC) is awarded by the Fédération Internationale de lAutomobile (FIA) to the most successful Formula One race car driver over a season, as determined by a points system based on Grand Prix results. ... Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One Belgian Grand Prix held at Nivelles on May 12, 1974. ... The Belgian Grand Prix is an automobile race, part of the Formula One World Championship. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One South African Grand Prix held at Kyalami on March 5, 1977. ... The South African Grand Prix was first run as a Grand Prix motor racing handicap race in 1934 at the Prince George Circuit at East London, Eastern Cape Province. ... June 11 is the 162nd day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (163rd in leap years), with 203 days remaining. ... 1949 (MCMXLIX) was a common year starting on Saturday (the link is to a full 1949 calendar). ... March 5 is the 64th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (65th in leap years). ... For the album by Ash, see 1977 (album). ... Formula One - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia /**/ @import /skins-1. ... Motto: (Welsh for Wales forever) Anthem: (Welsh for Land of My Fathers) Capital Cardiff (Caerdydd) Largest city Cardiff (Caerdydd) Official language(s) Welsh, English Government Constitutional monarchy  - Queen Queen Elizabeth II  - Prime Minister of the UK Tony Blair MP  - First Minister Rhodri Morgan AM Unification    - by Gruffudd ap Llywelyn 1056... The Race of Champions was a non-championship Formula One motor race held at the Brands Hatch circuit in Kent, United Kingdom between 1967 and 1983. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One South African Grand Prix held at Kyalami on March 5, 1977. ... The Welsh (Cymry) are an ethnic group or nation associated with Wales and the Welsh language, which is a Celtic language. ... Results from the 1975 Formula One British Grand Prix held at Silverstone on July 19, 1975 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Clay Regazzoni 120. ...


Pryce started his short career in Formula One with Token, making his only start for the team at the 1974 Belgian Grand Prix. Shortly after his impressive performance at a support race for the 1974 Monaco Grand Prix, Pryce joined Shadow and scored his first points for the team in his fourth race at the 1974 German Grand Prix. Pryce would later claim two podiums in his career, one at the 1975 Austrian Grand Prix and the second at the 1976 Brazilian Grand Prix. Pryce's third full season at Shadow was cut short after a fatal accident at the 1977 South African Grand Prix, where he collided at high speed with track marshall, Jansen Van Vuuren. Token was a Formula One constructor from Britain. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One Belgian Grand Prix held at Nivelles on May 12, 1974. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One Monaco Grand Prix held at Monaco on May 26, 1974. ... Shadow Racing Team was a Formula One constructor from Britain. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One German Grand Prix held at Nürburgring on August 4, 1974 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Jody Scheckter 711. ... Results from the 1975 Formula One Austrian Grand Prix held at Osterreichring on August 17, 1975 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Vittorio Brambilla 153. ... Results from the 1976 Formula One Brazilian Grand Prix held at Interlagos on January 25, 1976 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Jean Pierre Jarier 235. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One South African Grand Prix held at Kyalami on March 5, 1977. ... Jansen Van Vuuren (1958—March 5, 1977) was a safety marshall in the 1977 South African Grand Prix at Kyalami. ...


Pryce was considered by his team as a great wet weather driver. In fact, during the practice session for the 1977 South African GP, which was run in wet conditions, Pryce was faster than everyone, this included the likes of Niki Lauda and James Hunt. Andreas Nikolaus Niki Lauda (born February 22, 1949 in Vienna) is an Austrian entrepreneur, former Formula One (F1) racing driver and three-time F1 World Champion. ... James Simon Wallis Hunt (29 August 1947 – 15 June 1993) was an English racing driver and Formula 1 world champion and subsequently a commentator and businessman. ...

Contents

Personal and early life

Tom Pryce was born June 11, 1949 in Ruthin, Denbighshire, Wales to Jack and Gwyneth Pryce. Jack had worked in the army as a tailgunner on a Lancaster bomber before joining the local police force, while his wife worked as a district nurse.[2] Tom's older brother, David, died at the age of three so he was an only child for most of his childhood, although his parents did foster a young girl called Sandra for a while.[3] June 11 is the 162nd day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (163rd in leap years), with 203 days remaining. ... 1949 (MCMXLIX) was a common year starting on Saturday (the link is to a full 1949 calendar). ... Ruthin (Welsh: Rhuthun), pronounced RITH-in (IPA ), is the county town of Denbighshire in North Wales located at UK National grid reference SJ127584, approx. ... Denbighshire (Welsh: Sir Ddinbych) is a county in North Wales. ... Motto: (Welsh for Wales forever) Anthem: (Welsh for Land of My Fathers) Capital Cardiff (Caerdydd) Largest city Cardiff (Caerdydd) Official language(s) Welsh, English Government Constitutional monarchy  - Queen Queen Elizabeth II  - Prime Minister of the UK Tony Blair MP  - First Minister Rhodri Morgan AM Unification    - by Gruffudd ap Llywelyn 1056... The Avro Lancaster was a four-engined World War II bomber aircraft made initially by Avro for the Royal Air Force. ... District Nurses are fully qualified nurses who in the UK provide care within the community. ...


Pryce took an interest in cars while driving a baker's van at the age of 10 before informing his parents that he wanted to be a racing driver, although he told Alan Henry in an interview in 1975 that he had wanted to become a pilot, but thought he wasn't intelligent enough.[3] Like many future Formula One drivers, Pryce had a childhood racing hero. In his case it was Lotus' Scottish driver Jim Clark.[2] Pryce's mother recalled that he was very upset when Clark died at the Hockenheimring in 1968, "he was very upset when Jochen Rindt was killed, too" Jack remembered.[2] After he left school at 16, Pryce's mother insisted on him taking an agricultural apprenticeship as a tractor mechanical at Llandrillo Technical College, giving him "something to fall back on", as she put it, if his career as a racing driver was not successful.[3] Alan Henry is widely regarded as the grand old man of British motorsport journalism, having been a grand prix reporter since the early 1970s. ... Team Lotus was one of Formula 1s most successful teams. ... Motto: (Latin for No one provokes me with impunity)1 Anthem: Multiple unofficial anthems Capital Edinburgh Largest city Glasgow Official language(s) English, Gaelic, Scots 2 Government Constitutional monarchy  - Queen Queen Elizabeth II  - Prime Minister of the UK Tony Blair MP  - First Minister Jack McConnell MSP Unification    - by Kenneth I... This article is about the racing driver Jim Clark. ... The Hockenheimring is a motor racing circuit situated near the town of Hockenheim in Germany. ... 1968 (MCMLXVIII) was a leap year starting on Monday (the link is to a full 1968 calendar). ... Jochen Rindt Karl Jochen Rindt (born April 18, 1942 - died September 5, 1970) was a racing driver. ...


In 1975 Pryce married Fenella, known more commonly as Nella, whom he met at a disco in Otford in 1973.[4] Following the death of her husband, Nella went onto run an antiques store in Fulham with Janet Brise, Tony Brise's widow.[5] Otford is a village and civil parish in the Sevenoaks District of Kent. ... For the place in Adelaide, South Australia see Fulham, South Australia Fulham is an area of London in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, located 3. ... Tony Brise was a Formula One driver from Britain. ...


Career

Pre-Formula One

Tom Pryce started his racing career at the age of 21, winning a national competition, the Daily Express Crusader Series; the prize was a Lola T200 Formula Ford. After dominating the Formula 100 series in 1971, Pryce moved onto the Formula Vee series later that year.[6] He went to embark on a Formula Three career in 1972 winning at Brands Hatch for the support race for the 1972 Race of Champions, where he took an unfancied Royale to victory. His season was cut short when he broke his leg in a crash in Monaco F3 support race for the main Grand Prix. He was hit by another driver and flew though a shop window as he stood by his own car which had broken down. He was back racing again within six weeks. Pryce was offered a drive in Formula Two by Ron Dennis with Motul Rondel Racing, his best result came at the Norisring, where he finished second to his team mate Tim Schenken.[7] This soon led to his breakthrough into F1 in 1974 with Token,[7] Formula Ford is a single seater, open wheel class in motorsport which exists in some form in many countries around the world. ... Formula Vee is a popular single-seater junior motor racing formula, with relatively low-costs in comparison to Formula Ford or Formula BMW. It is based on a 1963 Volkswagen Beetle. ... Formula Three, also called Formula 3 or, in abbreviated form, F3, is a type of formula racing and a class of open-wheeler motor racing. ... Brands Hatch is a British motor racing circuit. ... This article recaps the 1972 Formula One season. ... The Race of Champions was a non-championship Formula One motor race held at the Brands Hatch circuit in Kent, United Kingdom between 1967 and 1983. ... The soul patch is a small patch of facial hair just below the lower lip and above the chin. ... Results from the 1972 Formula One Monaco Grand Prix held at Monaco on May 14, 1972 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Jean Pierre Beltoise 140. ... Formula Two was a type of formula racing. ... Ron Dennis Ron Dennis CBE (born June 1, 1947) in Woking, England, is the chairman, CEO and 30% owner of the McLaren Group. ... The Norisring is a race track in Nuremberg, on the former Reichsparteitagsgelände site of the NSDAP party conventions. ... Tim Schenken was a Formula One driver from Australia. ...


Formula One

1974: Token

Main article: Token (Racing team)

At the age of 25, Pryce joined the newly formed Token team, along with his sponsors: Titan Properties.[8] He made his debut for the team at the BRDC International Trophy, a non-championship Formula One event at Silverstone. But a lack of an airbox and an engine cover, along with lack of milage in the car, made Pryce the slowest driver of the 16 competitors during qualifying: 26 seconds slower than James Hunt's Hesketh.[8] He retired 15 laps into the race with a gear linkage problem. He made his world championship debut at the 1974 Belgian Grand Prix, qualifying in 20th, 3 seconds slower then the fastest time set by Clay Regazzoni, and completed 66 laps before retiring after a collision with Jody Schekter's Tyrrell. Token was a Formula One constructor from Britain. ... Token was a Formula One constructor from Britain. ... Graham Hill in the Brabham BT34 Lobster-Claw, on his way to victory in the 1971 International Trophy. ... Silverstone Circuit is a racing circuit at Silverstone, England. ... Motorcyclists and car enthusiasts use the term airbox for what might more properly be described as an air intake chamber. ... James Simon Wallis Hunt (29 August 1947 – 15 June 1993) was an English racing driver and Formula 1 world champion and subsequently a commentator and businessman. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One Belgian Grand Prix held at Nivelles on May 12, 1974. ... Clay Regazzoni (September 5, 1939 - December 15, 2006) was a Swiss Formula One racing car driver. ... Jody David Scheckter (January 29, 1950- ) is a former auto racing driver, the 1979 Formula One World Drivers Champion. ... Tyrrell was an auto racing team and Formula One constructor founded by Ken Tyrrell. ...


Pryce was refused entry to the 1974 Monaco Grand Prix, because he was deemed "inexperienced".[8] He did however, take part in the supporting Formula 3 race for Ippocampos Racing, driving a March 743, easily outclassing the field. Results from the 1974 Formula One Monaco Grand Prix held at Monaco on May 26, 1974. ... Formula Three is a class of auto racing. ... March Engineering was a Formula One constructor from Britain. ...


1974-1977: Shadow

Main article: Shadow Racing Cars
1974

Following his impressive drive in Monaco, Pryce was picked up by Shadow as a replacement for Brian Redman, who had in turn replaced the late Peter Revson. He made his debut for the team at Zandvoort; retiring on the first lap after a collision with Hans Joachim Stuck. Pryce qualified fourth in his second Grand Prix for the team in France, but a collision with James Hunt meant an early exit for Pryce. After coming fastest in the practice session, receiving 100 bottles of champagne, Pryce earned himself a spot on the fourth row for his home Grand Prix at Brands Hatch. Shadow Racing Cars was a Formula One and sports car racing team from Britain. ... Brian Redman (born March 9, 1937 in Colne, Lancashire, United Kingdom) was a Formula One driver from England. ... Peter Jeffrey Revson (born in New York City, February 27, 1939 - died in Johannesburg, South Africa, March 22, 1974) was a racecar and Formula One driver from United States. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One Dutch Grand Prix held at Netherlands on June 23, 1974 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Ronnie Peterson 121. ... Hans Joachim Stuck (born 1951) is a German racing driver who has competed in Formula One and many other categories. ... James Simon Wallis Hunt (29 August 1947 – 15 June 1993) was an English racing driver and Formula 1 world champion and subsequently a commentator and businessman. ... Champagne is often drunk as part of a celebration Champagne is a sparkling wine produced by inducing the secondary fermentation of wine. ... Emerson Fittipaldi finished in second place. ... Brands Hatch is a British motor racing circuit. ...

"I think that people who are involved in motor racing and have achieved something, have an ability to spot talent. It was abundantly clear that Tom's ability was above and beyond most of his contemporaries."
-- John Watson[9]

Pryce scored the first point of his career in Germany after finishing sixth from 11th on the grid. He then qualified in 16th for the next Grand Prix in Austria, but span off on lap 22, ending his Grand Prix. Although he qualified in 22nd place for the Italian Grand Prix, Pryce managed to finish 12 places higher. An engine failure and being severely off pace in Canada and America respectively ended Pryce's season; finishing in equal 18th in the Drivers' championship, Graham Hill and Vittorio Brambilla shared the position with the Welshman. John Marshall Watson, born May 4, 1946 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, was a Formula 1 race car driver. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One Italian Grand Prix held at Monza on September 8, 1974 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Carlos Pace 134. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One United States Grand Prix held at Watkins Glen on October 6, 1974 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Carlos Pace 140. ... Norman Graham Hill, known as Graham Hill, was an English motor racing champion (born February 15, 1929 in Hampstead, London - died November 29, 1975 near Arkley, North London) He is the only driver to win the so-called Triple Crown of motor racing: the Indianapolis 500 (1966) the 24 Hours... Vittorio Brambilla was a Formula One driver from Italy. ...

1975

For the start of the 1975 season, Pryce's future was under much speculation, with reports linking him with a drive at Lotus which was run by Colin Chapman, a great admirer of Pryce. At the time, Lotus were experiencing financial difficulties and reports suggested that Shadow and Lotus would swap Pryce and Ronnie Peterson. The trade was viewed as a good acquisition for both teams as Pryce was considered a driver of the same ability as Peterson, but would be a lot easier on Lotus' wage bill,[10] while Peterson would be a good driver for Shadow as he could bring in some potential sponsors for the team.[10] The deal however, never materialised, although Shadow team manager Alan Rees claims that the deal came very close to being complete.[11] The 1975 Formula One season was the 26th FIA Formula One World Championship season. ... Team Lotus was one of Formula 1s most successful teams. ... Anthony Colin Bruce Chapman (born 9 May 1928 in London - died 16 December 1982) was an influential designer, inventor, and builder in the automotive industry. ... Ronnie Peterson Bengt Ronnie Peterson, (February 14, 1944, Örebro, Sweden - September 11, 1978, Monza, Italy) was a Swedish racing driver. ... Alan Rees was a Formula One driver from Britain. ...


Pryce's teammate, Jean-Pierre Jarier, outqualified Pryce for a majority of the early part of the season as he was driving the new Shadow DN5, while Pryce was driving the Shadow DN3, the car used for the previous season,[12] and it wasn't until the third round in South Africa that Pryce was in a DN5.[13] The fourth race of the seaosn was the non-championship Race of Champions held at Brands Hatch. Pryce qualified on pole position for the race and despite a poor start to the race , the Welshman managed to move through the field and finish the race as the winner, becoming the first Welshman to win a Formula One event. Pryce showed a few signs of promise during the season, most notably in Monaco and Britain, where he qualified on the front row of the grid, the latter being in pole position, Pryce also scored his first podium in drenching conditions at the Austrian Grand Prix. Jean-Pierre Jarier (born July 10, 1946) is a French Grand Prix racing driver, now retired. ... The Race of Champions was a non-championship Formula One motor race held at the Brands Hatch circuit in Kent, United Kingdom between 1967 and 1983. ... Brands Hatch is a British motor racing circuit. ... Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Results from the 1975 Formula One Austrian Grand Prix held at Osterreichring on August 17, 1975 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Vittorio Brambilla 153. ...

1976

Prior to the 1976 season, Pryce and future head of Prodrive Dave Richards entered a Lancia Stratos into the Tour of Epynt, a rally event contested by many established rallying names, and only lasted 10 miles into the rally after crashing into a bridge, but he still competed in the afternoon stages of the rally after his car was rebuilt.[14] The 1976 Formula One season was the 27th FIA Formula One World Championship season. ... Prodrives logo Prodrive is an auto racing and automotive engineering group based in Banbury, United Kingdom. ... Born in Sheffield, England in 1970, Dave Richards, has over 12 years is a successful entrepreneur and executive in the software industry and sits on both boards and advisory boards of Silicon Valley start-up ventures. ... Lancia (Lan-cha) is an Italian automobile manufacturer founded in 1906 by Vincenzo Lancia and which became part of the Fiat group in 1969. ... 1974 Lancia Stratos HF Group 4 Lancia Stratos 1974 The Lancia Stratos was an automobile made by Italian car manufacturer Lancia. ...


Pryce added a second podium finish to his tally at the first round of the 1976 season in Brazil, at the expense of his teammate, Jean-Pierre Jarier. Both Shadows enjoyed reasonable competitveness over the next two races in Kyalami and Long Beach but changes in car regulations, meaning that teams had to lower their airboxes and mount the car's rear wings further foward, along with new revised Goodyear tyres meant to Shadow DN5B lost a majority of it's competitiveness,[15] but Pryce still managed to get a second points scoring finish of the season in Britain; it would be at the twelfth round at Zandvoort when the new Shadow DN8 was first used. Pryce put the car on the second row in third and finished the race a place lower in fourth - it would prove to be Pryce's final points scoring finish of his career. The Welshman finished his last full season 12th in the Drivers' Championship with 10 points, 59 points behind World Champion James Hunt Results from the 1976 Formula One South African Grand Prix held at Kyalami on March 6, 1976 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Niki Lauda 117. ... Results from the 1976 Formula One United States Grand Prix West held at Long Beach on March 28, 1976. ... Goodyear may relate to: Charles Goodyear (1800 - 1860), inventor of vulcanized rubber Goodyear Welt A shoe construction process developed by Charles Goodyears son, Charles Goodyear Jnr Gary Goodyear, Canadian politician Julie Goodyear, British television actress Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company Goodyear Inflatoplane Goodyear, Arizona This is a disambiguation page... Results from the 1976 Formula One Dutch Grand Prix held at Netherlands on August 29, 1976 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Clay Regazzoni 122. ... James Simon Wallis Hunt (29 August 1947 – 15 June 1993) was an English racing driver and Formula 1 world champion and subsequently a commentator and businessman. ...

1977

Jarier left Shadow in 1977 for Penske and was replaced by Italian Renzo Zorzi, who was later rated by Jackie Oliver as "the worst driver we (the Shadow team) ever had"[16] and also brough in new sponsorship from Italy. Pryce started the first race of the year in Argentina in ninth place and managed to stay with the leading group until a gear linkage failure on the 45th lap of the 52 and wasn't classified after a long pit stop. Pryce qualified 12th for the secon round in Brazil, but on lap 34 Pryce retired from the race while running in second place with an engine failure. The 1977 Formula One season was the 28th FIA Formula One World Championship season. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Renzo Zorzi (born December 12, 1946) was an Italian Formula One driver who participated between seasons 1975 to 1977. ... Jackie Oliver was a Formula One driver from Britain. ...


Helmet

Tom Pryce's helmet design is, in comparison to later drivers' helmet designs, basic. His helmet was white allover until in 1970 Jack Pryce asked Tom to make his helmet stand out more in a pack of cars so he could indentify Tom. So he added five black vertical lines to his helmet, they were placed just above his visor.[17] Since then, Pryce never used another design until he added a Welsh flag to the side of his helmet in 1974. Goodyear have been the only name to ever appear on Pryce's helmet. Flag ratio: 2:3 The Welsh Dragon on the tailfin of an Air Wales ATR 42 aircraft. ... The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company was founded in 1898 by Frank Seiberling. ...


Death

"I naturally assumed that Tom had carried on and when he was not in the race after that, I was thinking he'd damaged the car and had had to park it somewhere down the end of the straight. It wasn't till after the race when I was talking to another mechanic and he said what a tragedy about Tom. I asked what he meant. He said, 'Well he's died'."
-- Trevor Foster(Tyrrell employee)[9]

Tom Pryce began his final race weekend for the 1977 South African Grand Prix on a high note, as he came fastest in the Wednesday practice session, which was played out in wet weather. Pryce posted a time of 1 minute 31.57 seconds, with World Champion elect Niki Lauda in second, a whole second slower than Pryce.[18] The Thursday session had dried up and so Pryce slipped back down the grid to fifteenth place, almost two seconds slower then James Hunt's pole position time.[18] Tyrrell was an auto racing team and Formula One constructor founded by Ken Tyrrell. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One South African Grand Prix held at Kyalami on March 5, 1977. ... Andreas Nikolaus Niki Lauda (born February 22, 1949 in Vienna) is an Austrian entrepreneur, former Formula One (F1) racing driver and three-time F1 World Champion. ... James Simon Wallis Hunt (29 August 1947 – 15 June 1993) was an English racing driver and Formula 1 world champion and subsequently a commentator and businessman. ...


For reasons that were never explained, Pryce made a poor start to the Grand Prix and by the end of the first lap, Pryce was at the back of the field.[19] Pryce started to climb back up the field during the next couple of laps, taking Brett Lunger and teammate Renzo Zorzi on lap two; Alex Ribeiro and Boy Hayje the following lap before moving passed a number of other cars and by lap 18, Pryce had moved up from 22nd to 13th place.[19] Brett Lunger (born November 14, 1945) was a Formula One driver from the USA. A former US marine who served in the Vietnam war, his racing career was mostly spent in privateer cars, paid for by his family wealth (Lunger was a scion of the DuPont family). ... Renzo Zorzi (born December 12, 1946) was an Italian Formula One driver who participated between seasons 1975 to 1977. ... Alex Ribeiro was a Formula One driver from Brazil. ... Boy Hayje was a Formula One driver from Holland. ...

The area just after The Kink is where Pryce and Jansen Van Vuuren hit each other and the Crowthorne corner where Pryce and Jacques Laffite collided.
The area just after The Kink is where Pryce and Jansen Van Vuuren hit each other and the Crowthorne corner where Pryce and Jacques Laffite collided.

On lap 21, the sister Shadow of Zorzi had hit trouble along the main straight, just after a brow and a bridge that spanned across the main straight. The problem was the the Italian was having a problem with his fuel metering unit and fuel was now pumping on the engine itself.[20] Zorzi did not immediately get out of his car after he had come to a halt, this was because he was experiencing trouble disconnecting his oxygen pipe from his helmet, and this was coupled with the fact that the car's engine had now caught fire. Image File history File links Kyalami2. ... Image File history File links Kyalami2. ... Jansen Van Vuuren (1958—March 5, 1977) was a safety marshall in the 1977 South African Grand Prix at Kyalami. ... Jacques-Henri Laffite (born November 21, 1943) is a French former racing driver who competed in Formula One from 1974 to 1986. ...

"As we got to the top I suddenly sense this marshal running across the track from my right, carrying an extinguisher. I took a big chance and I don't know how I got away with it. There was no time, I just reacted on pure instinct."
-- Hans-Joachim Stuck[21]

These two factors were sufficient for two marshals on the pit wall on the opposite side of track to intervene. The first marshal to cross the track was a 25-year old panel beater called William and the second marshal was 19-year old Jansen Van Vuuren, who was carrying a 40lb fire extinguisher.[20] George Witt, the chief pit marshal for the race, said that the policy of the circuit was that in circumstances involving fires, two marshals must attend every fire and a further two as back-up if their extinguishers aren't efficient enough,[22] Witt also recalled that both Bill and Jansen crossed the track without prior permission.[22] The former made it safely across the track, the latter did not. As the two young men started to run across the track, four cars driven by Hans-Joachim Stuck, Pryce, Jacques Laffite and Gunnar Nilsson were exiting the final corner and coming onto the main straight. Hans Joachim Stuck was a Formula One driver from Germany and son of the legendary Hans Von Stuck. ... A panel beater is a person who repairs vehicles back to their factory state after them having been in an accident. ... Jansen Van Vuuren (1958—March 5, 1977) was a safety marshall in the 1977 South African Grand Prix at Kyalami. ... The pound is the name of a number of units of mass, all in the range of 300 to 600 grams. ... Fire extinguisher A fire extinguisher is a device used to put out a fire, often in an emergency situation. ... Hans Joachim Stuck was a Formula One driver from Germany and son of the legendary Hans Von Stuck. ... Jacques-Henri Laffite (born November 21, 1943) is a French former racing driver who competed in Formula One from 1974 to 1986. ... Gunnar Nilsson (November 20, 1948 – October 20, 1978) was a well known Swedish racing driver. ...


Pryce was directly behind Stuck's car along the main straight, Stuck himself sensed Van Vuuren and moved to the right to avoid both marshals, missing Bill by a matter of millimeteres while Pryce was unable to see Van Vuuren and was unable to react as fast as Stuck and struck the teenage marshal at 170mph. Van Vuuren was sent into the air along with his fire extinguisher.[23] The Dutch teenager landed yards in front of Zorzi and Bill while Van Vuuren's fire extinguisher flew over a grandstand and hit a parked car and jammed its door shut.[21] Miles per hour is a unit of speed, expressing the number of international miles covered per hour. ...


Pryce's Shadow DN8, now without a conscious driver or a rollbar, continued down the main straight towards the first corner, Crowthorne. The Shadow then left the track towards the right, scraping the metal barriers before veering back onto the track, a result of hitting an entrance for emergency vehicles. The Shadow then hit Laffite's Ligier and both were out of the race. As for Van Vuuren, the injuries to his body were so severe that he was identified only by exclusion after the race director summoned all of the race marshals and Van Vuuren could not be found.[24] Ligier is a French automobile maker created by former racing driver Guy Ligier. ...


The eventual race winner was Austrian Niki Lauda, his first win since his near fatal accident during the 1976 German Grand Prix. He later annouced it was the greatest victory of his career, but was told on the podium of Pryce's death and said that "there was no joy after that".[25] Andreas Nikolaus Niki Lauda (born February 22, 1949 in Vienna) is an Austrian entrepreneur, former Formula One (F1) racing driver and three-time F1 World Champion. ... Results from the 1976 Formula One German Grand Prix held at Nürburgring on August 1, 1976 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Jody Scheckter 710. ...


Aftermath

The Lotus 78 was used by Mario Andretti on his way to the 1978 title. Many belive, had Pryce accepted the offer to move to Lotus in 1975, he would've experienced the same success of Andretti.
The Lotus 78 was used by Mario Andretti on his way to the 1978 title. Many belive, had Pryce accepted the offer to move to Lotus in 1975, he would've experienced the same success of Andretti.

Pryce's death was met with grief from all those who knew him during his career, none more so then his wife Nella; his parents Jack and Gwyneth and the Shadow team. Pryce's body was buried at St Bartholomew's Church in Otford, near Sevenoaks, Kent[26] the same church where he and Nella were married two years prior to his death. Image File history File linksMetadata Download high-resolution version (986x686, 127 KB) Other versions Originally from en. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Download high-resolution version (986x686, 127 KB) Other versions Originally from en. ... The Lotus 78 wing car was the car that started the ground effect revolution in Formula 1, in the 1977 racing season. ... Mario Gabriele Andretti (born February 28, 1940 in Montona dIstria, Italy, now Motovun, Croatia) is an Italian American racing driver, and one of the most successful Americans in the history of auto racing. ... The 1978 Formula One season was the 29th FIA Formula One World Championship season. ... Otford is a village and civil parish in the Sevenoaks District of Kent. ... Sevenoaks is a town in Kent, in south-east England. ... Kent is a county in England, south-east of London. ...


The Shadow team's replacement for Pryce for the next Grand Prix was Alan Jones, who went onto win Shadow's first - and only - Grand Prix at the 1977 Austrian Grand Prix. The Australian moved to the Williams team the following year and won the 1980 Drivers' Championship with the same team. Pryce's teammate Renzo Zorzi was replaced by fellow Italian Riccardo Patrese at the 1977 Monaco Grand Prix and spent a further 15 years in the sport, making him the most experienced driver in the history of the sport. Alan Jones MBE (born November 2, 1946) is an Australian former Formula One racer. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One Austrian Grand Prix held at Osterreichring on August 14, 1977 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: John Watson 140. ... This article is about the Formula One team. ... The 1980 Formula One season was the 31st FIA Formula One World Championship season. ... Riccardo Patrese (born April 17, 1954) is an Italian former Formula One (F1) racing driver, from 1977 to 1993. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One Monaco Grand Prix held at Monaco on May 22, 1977 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Jody Scheckter 131. ...


Pryce's performances in a Formula One car had earned him a lot of respect among the F1 paddock, most notably was David Tremayne, who named his son after the Welshman[27] and also got an award named after him, the Tom Pryce award also known as the Tom Pryce trophy, given annually to a Welsh racing driver deemed to be the most promising in terms of potential.[28] David Tremayne is a UK based motor racing journalist. ...


Complete Formula One results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position)

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Team WDC Points
1974 Token ARG
BRA
RSA
ESP
BEL
Ret
MON
SWE
DUT
Ret
FRA
Ret
GBR
8
GER
6
AUT
Ret
ITA
10
CAN
Ret
USA
NC
Shadow 18th 1
1975 Shadow ARG
12
BRA
Ret
RSA
9
ESP
Ret
MON
Ret
BEL
6
SWE
Ret
DUT
6
FRA
Ret
GBR
Ret
GER
4
AUT
3
ITA
6
USA
NC
Shadow 10th 8
1976 Shadow BRA
3
RSA
7
USAW
Ret
ESP
8
BEL
10
MON
7
SWE
9
FRA
8
GBR
4
GER
8
AUT
Ret
DUT
4
ITA
8
CAN
11
USA
Ret
JPN
Ret
Shadow 12th 10
1977 Shadow ARG
NC
BRA
Ret
SAF
Ret
USAW
ESP
MON
BEL
SWE
FRA
GBR
GER
AUT
DUT
ITA
USA
CAN
JPN
Shadow - 0
Preceded by
Jacky Ickx
Race of Champions Winner
1975
Succeeded by
James Hunt
Preceded by
Mark Donohue
Formula One fatal accidents
May 5, 1977
Succeeded by
Ronnie Peterson

The 1974 Formula One season was the 25th FIA Formula One World Championship season. ... Token was a Formula One constructor from Britain. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One Argentine Grand Prix held at Argentina on January 13, 1974 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Clay Regazzoni 152. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One Brazilian Grand Prix held at Interlagos on January 27, 1974 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Clay Regazzoni 236. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One South African Grand Prix held at Kyalami on March 30, 1974 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Carlos Reutemann 118. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One Spanish Grand Prix held at Jarama on April 28, 1974 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Niki Lauda 120. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One Belgian Grand Prix held at Nivelles on May 12, 1974. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One Monaco Grand Prix held at Monaco on May 26, 1974. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One Swedish Grand Prix held at the Scandinavian Raceway on June 9, 1974. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One Dutch Grand Prix held at Netherlands on June 23, 1974 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Ronnie Peterson 121. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One French Grand Prix held at Dijon on July 7, 1974 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Jody Scheckter 10. ... Emerson Fittipaldi finished in second place. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One German Grand Prix held at Nürburgring on August 4, 1974 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Jody Scheckter 711. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One Austrian Grand Prix held at Osterreichring on August 18, 1974 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Clay Regazzoni 137. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One Italian Grand Prix held at Monza on September 8, 1974 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Carlos Pace 134. ... Results from the 1974 Formula One Canadian Grand Prix held at Mosport Park on September 22, 1974 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Niki Lauda 113. ... Shadow Racing Cars was a Formula One and sports car racing team from Britain. ... The 1975 Formula One season was the 26th FIA Formula One World Championship season. ... Shadow Racing Cars was a Formula One and sports car racing team from Britain. ... Results from the 1975 Formula One Argentine Grand Prix held at Argentina on January 12, 1975 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: James Hunt 150. ... Results from the 1975 Formula One Brazilian Grand Prix held at Interlagos on January 26, 1975 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Jean Pierre Jarier 234. ... Results from the 1975 Formula One South African Grand Prix held at Kyalami on March 1, 1975 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Carlos Pace 117. ... Results from the 1975 Formula One Spanish Grand Prix held at Montjuich on April 27, 1975 Summary The 1975 Spanish Grand Prix was one of the most controversial and tragic race weekends in Formula One history. ... Results from the 1975 Formula One Monaco Grand Prix held at Monaco on May 11, 1975 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Patrick Depailler 128. ... Results from the 1975 Formula One Belgian Grand Prix held at Zolder on May 25, 1975 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Clay Regazzoni 126. ... Results from the 1975 Formula One Swedish Grand Prix held at the Scandinavian Raceway on June 8, 1975. ... Results from the 1975 Formula One Dutch Grand Prix held at Netherlands on June 22, 1975 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Niki Lauda 121. ... Results from the 1975 Formula One French Grand Prix held at Paul Ricard on July 6, 1975 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Jochen Mass 150. ... Results from the 1975 Formula One British Grand Prix held at Silverstone on July 19, 1975 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Clay Regazzoni 120. ... Results from the 1975 Formula One German Grand Prix held at Nürburgring on August 3, 1975 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Clay Regazzoni 76. ... Results from the 1975 Formula One Austrian Grand Prix held at Osterreichring on August 17, 1975 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Vittorio Brambilla 153. ... Results from the 1975 Formula One Italian Grand Prix held at Monza on September 7, 1975 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Clay Regazzoni 133. ... Shadow Racing Cars was a Formula One and sports car racing team from Britain. ... The 1976 Formula One season was the 27th FIA Formula One World Championship season. ... Shadow Racing Cars was a Formula One and sports car racing team from Britain. ... Results from the 1976 Formula One Brazilian Grand Prix held at Interlagos on January 25, 1976 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Jean Pierre Jarier 235. ... Results from the 1976 Formula One South African Grand Prix held at Kyalami on March 6, 1976 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Niki Lauda 117. ... Results from the 1976 Formula One United States Grand Prix West held at Long Beach on March 28, 1976. ... Results from the 1976 Formula One Spanish Grand Prix held at Jarama on May 2, 1976 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Jochen Mass 120. ... Results from the 1976 Formula One Belgian Grand Prix held at Zolder on May 16, 1976 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Niki Lauda 125. ... Results from the 1976 Formula One Monaco Grand Prix held at Monaco on May 30, 1976 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Clay Regazzoni 130. ... The 1976 Formula One Swedish Grand Prix was held at the Scandinavian Raceway on June 13, 1976. ... Results from the 1976 Formula One French Grand Prix held at Paul Ricard on July 4, 1976 Fastest lap: Niki Lauda 151. ... Results from the 1976 Formula One British Grand Prix held at Brands Hatch on July 18, 1976 The only Grand Prix in Formula One to which female racer entered plural (Lella Lombardi and Divina Galica). ... Results from the 1976 Formula One German Grand Prix held at Nürburgring on August 1, 1976 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Jody Scheckter 710. ... Results from the 1976 Formula One Austrian Grand Prix held at Osterreichring on August 15, 1976 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: James Hunt 135. ... Results from the 1976 Formula One Dutch Grand Prix held at Netherlands on August 29, 1976 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Clay Regazzoni 122. ... Results from the 1976 Formula One Italian Grand Prix held at Monza on September 12, 1976 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Ronnie Peterson 141. ... Results from the 1976 Formula One Canadian Grand Prix held at Mosport Park on October 3, 1976 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Patrick Depailler 113. ... Results from the 1976 Formula One Japanese Grand Prix held at Fuji on October 24, 1976 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Masahiro Hasemi 118. ... Shadow Racing Cars was a Formula One and sports car racing team from Britain. ... The 1977 Formula One season was the 28th FIA Formula One World Championship season. ... Shadow Racing Cars was a Formula One and sports car racing team from Britain. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One Argentine Grand Prix held at Argentina on January 9, 1977 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: James Hunt 151. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One Brazilian Grand Prix held at Interlagos on January 23, 1977 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: James Hunt 234. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One South African Grand Prix held at Kyalami on March 5, 1977. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One United States Grand Prix West held at Long Beach on April 3, 1977. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One Spanish Grand Prix held at Jarama on May 8, 1977 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Jacques Laffite 120. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One Monaco Grand Prix held at Monaco on May 22, 1977 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Jody Scheckter 131. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One Belgian Grand Prix held at Zolder on June 5, 1977 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Gunnar Nilsson 127. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One Swedish Grand Prix held at the Scandinavian Raceway on June 19, 1977. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One French Grand Prix held at Dijon on 3 June 1977 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Mario Andretti 113. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One British Grand Prix held at Silverstone on July 16, 1977 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: James Hunt 119. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One German Grand Prix held at Hockenheimring on July 31, 1977 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Niki Lauda 155. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One Austrian Grand Prix held at Osterreichring on August 14, 1977 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: John Watson 140. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One Dutch Grand Prix held at Netherlands on August 28, 1977 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Niki Lauda 119. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One Italian Grand Prix held at Monza on September 11, 1977 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Mario Andretti 139. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One Canadian Grand Prix held at Mosport Park on October 9, 1977 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Mario Andretti 113. ... Results from the 1977 Formula One Japanese Grand Prix held at Fuji on October 23, 1977 Classification Notes Fastest Lap: Jody Scheckter 114. ... Shadow Racing Cars was a Formula One and sports car racing team from Britain. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... The Race of Champions was a non-championship Formula One motor race held at the Brands Hatch circuit in Kent, United Kingdom between 1967 and 1983. ... James Simon Wallis Hunt (29 August 1947 – 15 June 1993) was an English racing driver and Formula 1 world champion and subsequently a commentator and businessman. ... Mark Neary Donohue, Jr. ... This is a list of Formula One drivers who have been killed during Grands Prix. ... Ronnie Peterson Bengt Ronnie Peterson, (February 14, 1944, Örebro, Sweden - September 11, 1978, Monza, Italy) was a Swedish racing driver. ...

Footnotes

  1. ^ Tom Pryce: The Formula One Database F1db.com. Retrieved 24 August 2006
  2. ^ a b c Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Chapter 2 - Beginnings”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 27. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  3. ^ a b c Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Chapter 2 - Beginnings”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 28. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  4. ^ Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Chapter 10 - The women they loved”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 120. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  5. ^ Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Postscript”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 257. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  6. ^ F1 Statistics > Tom Pryce Autocoursegpa.com. Retrieved 29 September 2006
  7. ^ a b GP Encyclopedia > Drivers > Tom Pryce GrandPrix.com. Retrieved 11 September, 2006
  8. ^ a b c Token Profile F1Rejects.com Paragraph 4. Retrieved 26 September
  9. ^ a b BBC North East Wales Sport - quotes bbc.co.uk/Wales. Retrieved 8 September 2006
  10. ^ a b Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Chapter 13 - Shadow Boxing”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 150. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  11. ^ Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Chapter 13 - Shadow Boxing”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 152. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  12. ^ Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Chapter 13 - Shadow Boxing”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 151. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  13. ^ Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Chapter 13 - Shadow Boxing”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 153. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  14. ^ Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Chapter 18 - Shadowing Hunt”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 214-218. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  15. ^ Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Chapter 18 - Shadowing Hunt”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 218. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  16. ^ Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Postscript”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 252. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  17. ^ Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Chapter 2 - Beginnings”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 34. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  18. ^ a b Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Chapter 19 - A Moment Of Desperate Sadness”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 231-232. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  19. ^ a b Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Chapter 19 - A Moment Of Desperate Sadness”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 232-233. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  20. ^ a b Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Chapter 19 - A Moment Of Desperate Sadness”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 232-233. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  21. ^ a b Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Chapter 19 - A Moment Of Desperate Sadness”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 235. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  22. ^ a b Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Chapter 19 - A Moment Of Desperate Sadness”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 239. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  23. ^ Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Chapter 19 - A Moment Of Desperate Sadness”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 234. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  24. ^ Historic Racing > Tom Pryce HistoricRacing.com. Retrieved 23 November 2006
  25. ^ Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Chapter 19 - A Moment Of Desperate Sadness”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 239. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 
  26. ^ Find a Grave > Tom Pryce FindaGrave.com. Retrieved 21 November, 2006
  27. ^ "The Lost Generation" book review" CarKeys.co.uk. Retrieved 6 November 2006
  28. ^ Tremayne, David [August 2006]. “Postscript”, The Lost Generation (in English). Haynes Publishing, 255. ISBN 1-84425-205-1. Retrieved on 2007-01-05. 

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References

All Formula One race and championship results are taken from:

  • Official Formula One Website. Archive: Results for 1974-1977 seasons Formula1.com. Retrieved 11 January 2007

External links

  • Video of Pryce's death. Please Note: The following video contains scenes that may disturb.

  Results from FactBites:
 
Tom Pryce - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (406 words)
Pryce was the son of a policeman and was born in Ruthin, Denbighshire, Wales.
Pryce was killed in one of the most bizarre accidents in the history of Formula 1.
Pryce however could not avoid Van Vuuren, hitting him at high speed and killing the marshall instantly.
Tom Pryce - definition of Tom Pryce in Encyclopedia (361 words)
Tom Pryce, (June 11, 1949-March 5, 1977) was a Formula 1 driver, born in Ruthin, Wales as the son of a policeman.
Pryce was fatally injured in one of the most bizarre accidents in the history of Formula 1.
Pryce however could not avoid the second marshall, hitting him at high speed and killing the marshall instantly.
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