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GP Monaco 1963

1963 Monaco GP, Monte Carlo : Jim Clark in Lotus 25 driving through Casino Square. (ph: feedly.com)

Jim Clark driving the Lotus 25 through Casino Square, Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo, 1963

#18 Lorenzo Bandini...Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFAC...Ferrari 312...Motor Ferrari 242 V12 3.0...GP Monaco 1967

The Incredible Ferrari 599

The car looks stunning, but 1967 would prove to be a terrible year in more than one way fo.

#21 John Surtees...Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFAC...Ferrari 156/63...Motor Ferrari 178 V6 1.5...#6 Graham Hill...Owen Racing Organisation...BRM P57...Motor BRM P56 V8 1.5...GP Monaco 1963

coffeebreakexpresso: Surtees a Monaco

#21 John Surtees...Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFAC...Ferrari 156/63...Motor Ferrari 178 V6 1.5...#5 Richie Ginther...Owen Racing Organisation... BRM P57...Motor BRM P56 V8 1.5...GP Monaco 1963

#21 John Surtees...Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFAC...Ferrari 156/63...Motor Ferrari 178 V6 1.5...#5 Richie Ginther...Owen Racing Organisation... BRM P57...Motor BRM P56 V8 1.5...GP Monaco 1963

#21 John Surtees...Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFAC...Ferrari 156/63...Motor Ferrari 178 V6 1.5...#6 Graham Hill...Owen Racing Organisation... BRM P57...Motor BRM P56 V8 1.5...GP Monaco 1963

#21 John Surtees...Scuderia Ferrari SpA SEFAC...Ferrari 156/63...Motor Ferrari 178 V6 1.5...#6 Graham Hill...Owen Racing Organisation... BRM P57...Motor BRM P56 V8 1.5...GP Monaco 1963

Jim Clark 1961 Jim Clark on his way out of the paddock to practice for the 1961 British Grand Prix at Aintree, Liverpool in his Lotus 21 Climax entered by Team Lotus.He qualified 8th. on the starting grid but he had to retire on lap 62 due to an oil leak.He was Formula 1 World Champion in 1963 and 1965

Jim Clark on his way out of the paddock to practice for the 1961 British Grand Prix at Aintree,

Monte Carlo, May 1963: Jim Clark took pole position for the Monaco Grand Prix but then retired his Lotus 25 from the race. Description from formula1.com.

Watkins Glen, October Jim Clark celebrates his only win of the season, in the United States Grand Prix at the wheel of the BRM-powered Lotus © Sutton Images

Ronnie Peterson1968 Before the season in 1968 Ronnie has switched his Brabham for a brand new F3 machine from Tecno Racing Car. Ronnie visited in the beginning of the year both the Brabham-factory together with Lasse Lindberg and the Tecno-factory together with Reine Wisell

Ronnie Peterson 1968 Before the season in 1968 Ronnie has switched his Brabham for a brand new machine from Tecno Racing Car. Ronnie visited in the beginning of the year both the Brabham-factory.

Informações pessoais Nome completo	John Norman Surtees Nacionalidade	Inglaterra Inglesa Nascimento	11 de fevereiro de 1934 (82 anos) Tatsfield, Surrey Registros na Fórmula 1 Temporadas	1960-1972 Equipes	7 (Lotus, Reg Parnell, Ferrari, Cooper, Honda, BRM e Surtees) GPs disputados	113 (111 largadas) Títulos	1 (1964) Vitórias	6 Pódios	24 Pontos	180 Pole positions	8 Voltas mais rápidas	11 Primeiro GP	GP de Mônaco (1960) Primeira vitória	GP da Alemanha (1963) Última vitória	GP da Itália (1967)…

Informações pessoais Nome completo John Norman Surtees Nacionalidade Inglaterra Inglesa Nascimento 11 de fevereiro de 1934 (82 anos) Tatsfield, Surrey Registros na Fórmula 1 Temporadas 1960-1972 Equipes 7 (Lotus, Reg Parnell, Ferrari, Cooper, Honda, BRM e Surtees) GPs disputados 113 (111 largadas) Títulos 1 (1964) Vitórias 6 Pódios 24 Pontos 180 Pole positions 8 Voltas mais rápidas 11 Primeiro GP GP de Mônaco (1960) Primeira vitória GP da Alemanha (1963) Última vitória GP da Itália (1967)…

#9 Jim Clark...Team Lotus...Lotus 25...Motor Clímax FWMV V8 1.5...GP Monaco 1963

1963 Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix - Jim Clark (Lotus at the Casino turn

Monte Carlo, May 1963: Graham Hill celebrates his first victory at the Monaco Grand Prix, a race he would go on to dominate over the coming seasons. © Schlegelmilch

Monte Carlo, May Graham Hill celebrates his first victory at the Monaco Grand Prix, a race he would go on to dominate over the coming seasons.

Monte Carlo, May 1963: Reigning world champion Graham Hill qualified second for the season-opening Monaco Grand Prix alongside archrival Jim Clark. © Schlegelmilch

Monte Carlo, May Reigning world champion Graham Hill qualified second for the season-opening Monaco Grand Prix alongside archrival Jim Clark.

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