Oke. I have some words from his brief biography:
That Hunt was a top-drawer racer was finally confirmed in 1975 when he drove the Hesketh to a magnificent win in the Dutch GP, defeating Lauda's Ferrari. Briefly James looked to be without a drive for 1976, but with Fittipaldi's sudden defection to his family's Copersucar-backed project, Hunt found himself installed alongside Jochen Mass at McLaren. James soon asserted his number one status in the team by claiming pole in Brazil and then winning the Race of Champions and International Trophy. His first Grand Prix win for McLaren was contentious, Hunt being re-instated after a post-race disqualification in Spain, but a victory in France kept him in touch, and then came the famous British GP at Brands. Hunt, having been taken out by Regazzoni in a first-corner melee, won the restarted race but was then disqualified. His championship chances seemed over, but after Lauda's fiery accident at the Nurburgring James had an outside chance. By the time the Austrian had bravely returned to the c#ckpit, Hunt had made inroads into his points lead, and once on a roll he proved difficult to resist with two brilliant wins in Canada and the US.
1 * 1975 Dutch (Zandvoort) GP (as said by MG)
2-3-4-5 * 1976: Spain (Jarama), France (Paul Ricard), Canada (Mosport), USA-East (Watkins Glen).