The March 751 was new Formula One car constructed by March Engineering for 1975 season. The car was based on new wider, lower and stiffer monocoqcue, had a narrower track and wider longer wheelbase than 741. The team began the season with Vittorio Brambilla in Beta-sponsored car, but he was soon joined by Lella Lombardi with the sponsorship from Lavazza. Lombardi started motor racing in Italy in minor formulas, in 1971 she moved to London and raced in Formula Ford and Formula 5000. She debuted in Formula One in 1974 with a privately entered Brabham supported by the Italian Automobile Club but failed to qualify for the British Grand Prix. Joining March in 1975 Lombardi came 6th in the shortened Spanish Grand Prix scoring half a point. Later the season she failed to finish in points and before North American final part of the season moved to Frank Williams Racing Cars to drive FW04 in the US Grand Prix. Lombardi is still the only woman to have scored in the World Championship Grand Prix.

1975F1WCSpanish GP
Driver No.Entrant
Lella Lombardi10Lavazza March
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