19 April 1944 |
|Formula One World Championship career|
|Entries||1 (0 starts)|
|First entry||1976 Swedish Grand Prix|
|Last entry||1976 Swedish Grand Prix|
Jacob "Jac" Nellemann[N 1] (born 19 April 1944 in Copenhagen) is a former racing driver from Denmark. Reaching Formula One in 1976, his single entry was at the 1976 Swedish Grand Prix, driving Brabhams run by the small RAM team. Despite taking part in qualifying sessions in two cars, a BT42 and a BT44B, he failed to qualify. He was on the entry list for the following year's race, but he was not present for qualifying.
Complete Formula One results
|1976||RAM Racing||Brabham BT42 & BT44B||Cosworth V8||BRA||RSA||USW||ESP||BEL||MON||SWE
- Sources disagree regarding the spelling of this person's surname. ChicaneF1, StatsF1, historicracing.com, racingsportscars.com and racing-reference spell it as "Nelleman" (i.e. with one 'n' at the end). However oldracingcars.com, ESPN and Mike Lang's Grand Prix! spell it as "Nellemann" (i.e. with two 'n's at the end) as do various other websites. His name also appears to have two 'n's as written on the side of his cars here and here.
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