Home1966 British Grand Prix.
1966 British Grand Prix.
Brands Hatch, Great Britain. 16 July 1966.
Jack Brabham, Brabham BT19-Repco, 1st position, leads Dan Gurney, Eagle AAR101-Climax, retired, Denny Hulme, Brabham BT20-Repco, 2nd position, Jim Clark, Lotus 33-Climax, 4th position, John Surtees, Cooper T81-Maserati, retired, Jochen Rindt, Cooper T81-Maserati, 5th position, Jackie Stewart, BRM P261, retired, Graham Hill, BRM P261, 3rd position, Bruce McLaren, McLaren M2B-Serenissima, 6th position, Chris Irwin, Brabham BT11-Climax, 7th position, Mike Spence, Lotus 33-BRM, retired, Jo Siffert, Cooper T81-Maserati, not classified, Guy Ligier, Cooper T81-Maserati, 10th position, Jo Bonnier, Brabham BT7-Climax, retired, and John Taylor, Brabham BT11-BRM, 8th position, at the start, action.
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1966 British Grand Prix.: 1966 British Grand Prix. Brands Hatch, Great Britain. 16 July 1966. Jack Brabham, Brabham BT19-Repco, 1st position, leads Dan Gurney, Eagle AAR101-Climax, retired, Denny Hulme, Brabham BT20-Repco, 2nd position, Jim Clark, Lotus 33-Climax, 4th position, John Surtees, Cooper T81-Maserati, retired, Jochen Rindt, Cooper T81-Maserati, 5th position, Jackie Stewart, BRM P261, retired, Graham Hill, BRM P261, 3rd position, Bruce McLaren, McLaren M2B-Serenissima, 6th position, Chris Irwin, Brabham BT11-Climax, 7th position, Mike Spence, Lotus 33-BRM, retired, Jo Siffert, Cooper T81-Maserati, not classified, Guy Ligier, Cooper T81-Maserati, 10th position, Jo Bonnier, Brabham BT7-Climax, retired, and John Taylor, Brabham BT11-BRM, 8th position, at the start, action. World Copyright: LAT Photographic Ref: Autosport b&w print

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1966 British Grand Prix.: 1966 British Grand Prix. Brands Hatch, Great Britain. 16 July 1966. Jack Brabham, Brabham BT19-Repco, 1st position, leads Dan Gurney, Eagle AAR101-Climax, retired, Denny Hulme, Brabham BT20-Repco, 2nd position, Jim Clark, Lotus 33-Climax, 4th position, John Surtees, Cooper T81-Maserati, retired, Jochen Rindt, Cooper T81-Maserati, 5th position, Jackie Stewart, BRM P261, retired, Graham Hill, BRM P261, 3rd position, Bruce McLaren, McLaren M2B-Serenissima, 6th position, Chris Irwin, Brabham BT11-Climax, 7th position, Mike Spence, Lotus 33-BRM, retired, Jo Siffert, Cooper T81-Maserati, not classified, Guy Ligier, Cooper T81-Maserati, 10th position, Jo Bonnier, Brabham BT7-Climax, retired, and John Taylor, Brabham BT11-BRM, 8th position, at the start, action. World Copyright: LAT Photographic Ref: Autosport b&w print

1966 British Grand Prix.
Brands Hatch, Great Britain. 16 July 1966.
Jack Brabham, Brabham BT19-Repco, 1st position, leads Dan Gurney, Eagle AAR101-Climax, retired, Denny Hulme, Brabham BT20-Repco, 2nd position, Jim Clark, Lotus 33-Climax, 4th position, John Surtees, Cooper T81-Maserati, retired, Jochen Rindt, Cooper T81-Maserati, 5th position, Jackie Stewart, BRM P261, retired, Graham Hill, BRM P261, 3rd position, Bruce McLaren, McLaren M2B-Serenissima, 6th position, Chris Irwin, Brabham BT11-Climax, 7th position, Mike Spence, Lotus 33-BRM, retired, Jo Siffert, Cooper T81-Maserati, not classified, Guy Ligier, Cooper T81-Maserati, 10th position, Jo Bonnier, Brabham BT7-Climax, retired, and John Taylor, Brabham BT11-BRM, 8th position, at the start, action.
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