Jim Clark info & statistics

Jim Clark: Wiki info, Biography, F1 Career Stats & Facts Profile
Name Jim Clark
Country United Kingdom United Kingdom
Place of Birth Kilmany, Fife
Date of Birth Mar 4th 1936
Date of Death Apr 7th 1968 - 32 years old
Number of Seasons 9
First Race 1960 Dutch Grand Prix
Last Race 1968 South African Grand Prix
First Pole 1962 Monaco Grand Prix
Last Pole 1968 South African Grand Prix
First Win 1962 Belgian Grand Prix
Last Win 1968 South African Grand Prix
First Podium 1960 Portuguese Grand Prix
Last Podium 1968 South African Grand Prix

Jim Clark F1 Stats

Drivers' Titles 2
Race Starts 72
Race Wins 25 (34,7%)
Pole Positions 33 (45,8%)
Fastest Laps 28 (38,9%)
Podiums 32 (44,4%)
Points Finishes 40 (55,6%)
Retirements 28 (38,9%)
Hat-tricks 11
Wins from pole 15
Front Row Starts 41
Total Points 274
Total Laps 3.930


Biography

 

Jim Clark Biography


Jim Clark

Jim Clark

Jim Clark might be the best driver that ever competed in F1.

He achieved some amazing results and was the first foreign race driver in nearly 50 years that won the Indianapolis 500 in 1965. He also led 190 of the 200 laps of the race.

The greatest Formula 1 driver in the history of the planet for many, Jim Clark was born on the 4th of March of 1936. Clark grew up in Scotland with his family and without ever thinking about motor racing until he was 13 years young.

His family did not want to see him drive cars for a purpose different to transport and other activities needed. Once he left the secret rides on the family car and tractors of the farm behind, he bought a Sunbeam Talbot and started competing with it in 1956 in several rallies and other motorsport activities such as hill climb competitions.

His speed was noticeable from the beginning, although for him it was a total surprise. Jim was a little reluctant to compete since his family really did not want him to do so, but his talent was not going to be stopped. His performances were stunning, but the key moment in his early motorsport career occurred on the 26th of December of 1958 when he competed against Lotus founder Colin Chapman.

Clark and Chapman were both driving a Lotus Elite and finished 1-2 in the race, with Chapman as the victor and impressed with the abilities of the Scottish driver. Chapman gave Clark the chance to race in Formula Junior with Lotus and the journey which would see the pair dominate the Formula 1 world began.

1965 Dutch GP Start Richie Ginther Honda RA272, Graham-Hill (10) & Jim Clark (6)

In the 1960 Dutch Grand Prix, Clark made his Formula 1 debut driving a Lotus 18. He started the race in 11th place but could not finish due to mechanical issues. In just his second race, Clark had to endure harsh experiences after Chris Bristow and Clark’s teammate Alan Stacey died at the highly fast and dangerous Spa-Francorchamps. Clark finished the race in fifth out of six cars and scored his first World Championship points. In the following round, he repeated his fifth place and was the highest-placed Lotus driver again.

Clark achieved his first podium finish in the 1960 Portuguese Grand Prix at the Circuito da Boavista after starting from eighth. He thought about retirement after the fatal events during the race at Spa in 1960, and he had to face another situation which brought back the retirement thoughts into his head. In the 1961 Italian Grand Prix at Monza, Ferrari driver Wolfgang von Trips touched Clark’s car and flew into the crowd. The accident tragically took the lives of 14 spectators and von Trips', who was fighting for the championship with his teammate Phil Hill.

However, Clark continued in Formula 1 and 1962 brought the Lotus 25 and his first shot at the World Drivers’ Championship. He achieved the first of his 33 Pole Positions in the 1962 Monaco Grand Prix and the first of his then record-breaking 25 wins at the 1962 Belgian Grand Prix.

Jim Clark Lotus 49 Ford at LaSource Hairpin turn, Belgium Grand Prix, Spa-Francochamps circuit, 1967.

Jim Clark Lotus 49 Ford at LaSource Hairpin turn,
Belgium Grand Prix, Spa-Francochamps circuit, 1967.

Clark finished second in the championship with his successes at Britain and the USA putting his win tally at three. Graham Hill won his first title in the last race, the 1962 South African Grand Prix. Many could argue that the title should have been Clark’s since he suffered mechanical failures in four races in which he was leading or in podium positions. In the final race, Clark needed to win to overtake Hill on the standings and take his maiden championship, but an oil leak put an end to his quest for glory.

Four Pole Positions and four wins in the first five races of 1963 gave Clark a clear look for his first championship. With only the best six results counting towards the championship, Clark’s magnificent start to the season seemed enough for the title. In a soaked wet 1963 Belgian Grand Prix, he achieved one of his greatest victories. He started from eighth and won the race with a gap of four minutes and 54 seconds over Bruce McLaren, who was the only car that was not lapped by the lightning-fast Scottish driver.

Clark secured the championship in the 1963 Italian Grand Prix, lapping the entire field but the car in second place. He became the first driver to clinch the title with three races to spare. Seven wins in 1963 and only the best six results counting towards the championship meant that he matched Alberto Ascari record of achieving 100% of the possible World Championship points. His seven wins remained a record for a single season until 1988 when Ayrton Senna won eight races with the McLaren MP4/4.

Indianapolis 500, 1965: Jim Clark posed with car.

In the 1964 season, a promising start for Clark could not deliver his second title in a row. Even though he had five mechanical failures —there was a race were even a borrowed car from his teammate Mike Spence failed—, Clark still was in title contention until the last race. In the finale, the 1964 Mexican Grand Prix, Clark was battling Hill and John Surtees. He needed to win with Surtees finishing third and Hill fourth at least.

Hill crashed with Lorenzo Bandini and ultimately retired. With Surtees running fourth, Clark was leading from Pole Position and close to securing the championship, but another oil-related problem in the penultimate lap dramatically took the title away from him.

In 1965, Clark had a fantastic year and good reliability, which enabled him to put on a dominating performance everywhere he went. He won the first race of the season, the 1965 South African Grand Prix, and missed the Monaco race to dominate the Indy 500 in his third attempt (he led 190 of the 200 laps and finished almost two laps ahead of second-placed Parnelli Jones). His Indy 500 triumph was followed by wins at Belgium, France, Britain, the Netherlands and Germany. With six wins in the first seven races and only the six best results counting for the WDC, Clark again secured the championship —his second— with three races to spare and 100% of the possible points.

Lotus 43 driven by Jim Clark Dutch GP (1967)

In 1966, Clark had a difficult year which saw him score only 16 points and finish sixth in the standings, although he won a race, the 1966 United States Grand Prix. He retired from five races in 1966, four due to mechanical problems with his Lotus. The following year saw improvement as he won four races, but mechanical woes again prevented him from winning another title he probably deserved.

His win in the final race of the 1967 season at Mexico equalled Juan Manuel Fangio’s tally of 24 victories, which was the all-time record at the time. With the all-time Pole Position record in his bag since the 1967 Canadian Grand Prix, Clark started the 1968 season with a historic win in South Africa with the Lotus 49. Tragically, the day he won his 25th race and broke Fangio’s all-time record was the last day he competed in a Formula 1 Grand Prix.

After winning on the 1st of January in South Africa, the next race was set for the 12th of May in Spain. Clark and other drivers participated in an F2 race on the 7th of April at Hockenheim, Germany.

Lotus 33 driven by Jim Clark French GP, Clermont Ferrand, 27 June 1965 (2)

Lotus 33 driven by Jim Clark French GP, Clermont Ferrand, 27 June 1965

Clark had an accident and the injuries took his life, which was a huge impact on the sport and his fellow drivers. He was aged 32 at the moment of his untimely death and probably had more Formula 1 victories and championships ahead of him, as well as continuing to make those around him happy and be the great man he was.

His teammate at the time of his death, Graham Hill, won the 1968 WDC for Lotus and dedicated it to the great Scottish champion. Clark’s legacy will forever live in every mind that cares about motor racing and its glorious history. After all, his name should always appear when you discuss the greatest drivers to ever sit behind a Formula 1 wheel.

“He will always be the best. I'm sure in time someone else will come along and everyone'll hail him as the greatest ever. But not me. For me, there will never be another in Jimmy's class”, said Colin Chapman, who was also quoted calling Clark his best friend.

Seasons

 

Jim Clark Final Championship Results

196019611962196319641965196619671968
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Jim Clark F1 Seasons Summary

Year Team Engine GP 1st 2nd 3rd Pod Pole Laps FL Avg Pts Points
1968 United Kingdom Team Lotus Ford 1 1 0 0 1 1 80 1 9.00 9
1967 United Kingdom Team Lotus
United Kingdom Team Lotus
United Kingdom Team Lotus
BRM
Climax
Ford
11 4 0 1 5 6 598 5 3.73 41
1966 United Kingdom Team Lotus
United Kingdom Team Lotus
BRM
Climax
8 1 0 1 2 2 413 0 2.00 16
1965 United Kingdom Team Lotus Climax 9 6 0 0 6 6 414 6 6.00 54
1964 United Kingdom Team Lotus Climax 10 3 0 0 3 5 560 4 3.20 32
1963 United Kingdom Team Lotus Climax 10 7 1 1 9 7 685 6 7.30 73
1962 United Kingdom Team Lotus Climax 9 3 0 0 3 6 455 5 3.33 30
1961 United Kingdom Team Lotus Climax 8 0 0 2 2 0 414 1 1.38 11
1960 United Kingdom Team Lotus Climax 6 0 0 1 1 0 311 0 1.33 8

Races

 

Jim Clark F1 Cars


Races

 

Jim Clark F1 GP Race Classifications

1th25 Times
2th1 Time
3th6 Times
4th4 Times
5th3 Times
6th1 Time
7th2 Times
8th1 Time
9th1 Time
10th2 Times
12th1 Time
16th2 Times
DNF23 Times

 

Jim Clark F1 GP Race Results

Year Race No Team Engine Grid Pos Retired Pts
72 1968 1968 South African Grand Prix 4 Team Lotus Ford 1 1 9
71 1967 1967 Mexican Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Ford 1 1 9
70 1967 1967 USA Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Ford 2 1 9
69 1967 1967 Italian Grand Prix 20 Team Lotus Ford 1 3 4
68 1967 1967 Canadian Grand Prix 3 Team Lotus Ford 1 DNF Ignition 0
67 1967 1967 German Grand Prix 3 Team Lotus Ford 1 DNF Suspension 0
66 1967 1967 British Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Ford 1 1 9
65 1967 1967 French Grand Prix 6 Team Lotus Ford 4 DNF Differential 0
64 1967 1967 Belgian Grand Prix 21 Team Lotus Ford 1 6 1
63 1967 1967 Dutch Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Ford 8 1 9
62 1967 1967 Monaco Grand Prix 12 Team Lotus Climax 5 DNF Suspension 0
61 1967 1967 South African Grand Prix 7 Team Lotus BRM 3 DNF Engine 0
60 1966 1966 Mexican Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus BRM 2 DNF Gearbox 0
59 1966 1966 USA Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus BRM 2 1 9
58 1966 1966 Italian Grand Prix 22 Team Lotus BRM 3 DNF Gearbox 0
57 1966 1966 German Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 1 DNF Accident 0
56 1966 1966 Dutch Grand Prix 6 Team Lotus Climax 3 3 4
55 1966 1966 British Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 5 4 3
54 1966 1966 Belgian Grand Prix 10 Team Lotus Climax 10 DNF Engine 0
53 1966 1966 Monaco Grand Prix 4 Team Lotus Climax 1 DNF Suspension 0
52 1965 1965 Mexican Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Climax 1 DNF Engine 0
51 1965 1965 USA Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Climax 9 DNF Engine 0
50 1965 1965 Italian Grand Prix 24 Team Lotus Climax 1 10 Fuel pump 0
49 1965 1965 German Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
48 1965 1965 Dutch Grand Prix 6 Team Lotus Climax 2 1 9
47 1965 1965 British Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
46 1965 1965 French Grand Prix 6 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
45 1965 1965 Belgian Grand Prix 17 Team Lotus Climax 2 1 9
44 1965 1965 South African Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
43 1964 1964 Mexican Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 1 5 Engine 2
42 1964 1964 USA Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 1 7 Out of fuel 0
41 1964 1964 Italian Grand Prix 8 Team Lotus Climax 4 DNF Engine 0
40 1964 1964 Austrian Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 3 DNF Halfshaft 0
39 1964 1964 German Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 2 DNF Engine 0
38 1964 1964 British Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
37 1964 1964 French Grand Prix 2 Team Lotus Climax 1 DNF Engine 0
36 1964 1964 Belgian Grand Prix 23 Team Lotus Climax 6 1 9
35 1964 1964 Dutch Grand Prix 18 Team Lotus Climax 2 1 9
34 1964 1964 Monaco Grand Prix 12 Team Lotus Climax 1 4 Engine 3
33 1963 1963 South African Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
32 1963 1963 Mexican Grand Prix 8 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
31 1963 1963 USA Grand Prix 8 Team Lotus Climax 2 3 4
30 1963 1963 Italian Grand Prix 8 Team Lotus Climax 3 1 9
29 1963 1963 German Grand Prix 3 Team Lotus Climax 1 2 6
28 1963 1963 British Grand Prix 4 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
27 1963 1963 French Grand Prix 18 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
26 1963 1963 Dutch Grand Prix 6 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
25 1963 1963 Belgian Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 8 1 9
24 1963 1963 Monaco Grand Prix 9 Team Lotus Climax 1 8 Gearbox 0
23 1962 1962 South African Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 1 DNF Oil Leak 0
22 1962 1962 USA Grand Prix 8 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
21 1962 1962 Italian Grand Prix 20 Team Lotus Climax 1 DNF Gearbox 0
20 1962 1962 German Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Climax 3 4 3
19 1962 1962 British Grand Prix 20 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
18 1962 1962 French Grand Prix 12 Team Lotus Climax 1 DNF Suspension 0
17 1962 1962 Belgian Grand Prix 16 Team Lotus Climax 13 1 9
16 1962 1962 Monaco Grand Prix 18 Team Lotus Climax 1 DNF Clutch 0
15 1962 1962 Dutch Grand Prix 4 Team Lotus Climax 3 9 0
14 1961 1961 USA Grand Prix 14 Team Lotus Climax 6 7 0
13 1961 1961 Italian Grand Prix 36 Team Lotus Climax 7 DNF Accident 0
12 1961 1961 German Grand Prix 14 Team Lotus Climax 8 4 3
11 1961 1961 British Grand Prix 18 Team Lotus Climax 8 DNF Oil Leak 0
10 1961 1961 French Grand Prix 8 Team Lotus Climax 9 3 4
9 1961 1961 Belgian Grand Prix 34 Team Lotus Climax 16 12 0
8 1961 1961 Dutch Grand Prix 15 Team Lotus Climax 11 3 4
7 1961 1961 Monaco Grand Prix 28 Team Lotus Climax 3 10 0
6 1960 1960 USA Grand Prix 12 Team Lotus Climax 5 16 0
5 1960 1960 Portuguese Grand Prix 14 Team Lotus Climax 8 3 4
4 1960 1960 British Grand Prix 8 Team Lotus Climax 8 16 0
3 1960 1960 French Grand Prix 24 Team Lotus Climax 10 5 2
2 1960 1960 Belgian Grand Prix 18 Team Lotus Climax 10 5 2
1 1960 1960 Dutch Grand Prix 6 Team Lotus Climax 11 DNF Transmission 0

Podiums

 

Jim Clark F1 Podium Finishes

Year Race No Team Engine Grid Pos Retired Pts
32 1968 1968 South African Grand Prix 4 Team Lotus Ford 1 1 9
31 1967 1967 Mexican Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Ford 1 1 9
30 1967 1967 USA Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Ford 2 1 9
29 1967 1967 Italian Grand Prix 20 Team Lotus Ford 1 3 4
28 1967 1967 British Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Ford 1 1 9
27 1967 1967 Dutch Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Ford 8 1 9
26 1966 1966 USA Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus BRM 2 1 9
25 1966 1966 Dutch Grand Prix 6 Team Lotus Climax 3 3 4
24 1965 1965 German Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
23 1965 1965 Dutch Grand Prix 6 Team Lotus Climax 2 1 9
22 1965 1965 British Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
21 1965 1965 French Grand Prix 6 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
20 1965 1965 Belgian Grand Prix 17 Team Lotus Climax 2 1 9
19 1965 1965 South African Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
18 1964 1964 British Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
17 1964 1964 Belgian Grand Prix 23 Team Lotus Climax 6 1 9
16 1964 1964 Dutch Grand Prix 18 Team Lotus Climax 2 1 9
15 1963 1963 South African Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
14 1963 1963 Mexican Grand Prix 8 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
13 1963 1963 USA Grand Prix 8 Team Lotus Climax 2 3 4
12 1963 1963 Italian Grand Prix 8 Team Lotus Climax 3 1 9
11 1963 1963 German Grand Prix 3 Team Lotus Climax 1 2 6
10 1963 1963 British Grand Prix 4 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
9 1963 1963 French Grand Prix 18 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
8 1963 1963 Dutch Grand Prix 6 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
7 1963 1963 Belgian Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 8 1 9
6 1962 1962 USA Grand Prix 8 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
5 1962 1962 British Grand Prix 20 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
4 1962 1962 Belgian Grand Prix 16 Team Lotus Climax 13 1 9
3 1961 1961 French Grand Prix 8 Team Lotus Climax 9 3 4
2 1961 1961 Dutch Grand Prix 15 Team Lotus Climax 11 3 4
1 1960 1960 Portuguese Grand Prix 14 Team Lotus Climax 8 3 4

Poles

 

Jim Clark F1 Pole Positions

Year Race No Team Engine Grid Pos Retired Pts
33 1968 1968 South African Grand Prix 4 Team Lotus Ford 1 1 9
32 1967 1967 Mexican Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Ford 1 1 9
31 1967 1967 Italian Grand Prix 20 Team Lotus Ford 1 3 4
30 1967 1967 Canadian Grand Prix 3 Team Lotus Ford 1 DNF Ignition 0
29 1967 1967 German Grand Prix 3 Team Lotus Ford 1 DNF Suspension 0
28 1967 1967 British Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Ford 1 1 9
27 1967 1967 Belgian Grand Prix 21 Team Lotus Ford 1 6 1
26 1966 1966 German Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 1 DNF Accident 0
25 1966 1966 Monaco Grand Prix 4 Team Lotus Climax 1 DNF Suspension 0
24 1965 1965 Mexican Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Climax 1 DNF Engine 0
23 1965 1965 Italian Grand Prix 24 Team Lotus Climax 1 10 Fuel pump 0
22 1965 1965 German Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
21 1965 1965 British Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
20 1965 1965 French Grand Prix 6 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
19 1965 1965 South African Grand Prix 5 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
18 1964 1964 Mexican Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 1 5 Engine 2
17 1964 1964 USA Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 1 7 Out of fuel 0
16 1964 1964 British Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
15 1964 1964 French Grand Prix 2 Team Lotus Climax 1 DNF Engine 0
14 1964 1964 Monaco Grand Prix 12 Team Lotus Climax 1 4 Engine 3
13 1963 1963 South African Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
12 1963 1963 Mexican Grand Prix 8 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
11 1963 1963 German Grand Prix 3 Team Lotus Climax 1 2 6
10 1963 1963 British Grand Prix 4 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
9 1963 1963 French Grand Prix 18 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
8 1963 1963 Dutch Grand Prix 6 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
7 1963 1963 Monaco Grand Prix 9 Team Lotus Climax 1 8 Gearbox 0
6 1962 1962 South African Grand Prix 1 Team Lotus Climax 1 DNF Oil Leak 0
5 1962 1962 USA Grand Prix 8 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
4 1962 1962 Italian Grand Prix 20 Team Lotus Climax 1 DNF Gearbox 0
3 1962 1962 British Grand Prix 20 Team Lotus Climax 1 1 9
2 1962 1962 French Grand Prix 12 Team Lotus Climax 1 DNF Suspension 0
1 1962 1962 Monaco Grand Prix 18 Team Lotus Climax 1 DNF Clutch 0

Comparison

 

Jim Clark Teammate Comparison

SeasonTeamTeam MateBest PosPointsWinsPolesPositionQualifying
1960Team LotusAlan Stacey582000001111
David Piper5122000001120
Innes Ireland3281700003315
Jim Hall1670000000110
John Surtees324600012121
Mike Taylor5192000001010
Ron Flockhart562100001010
Stirling Moss3161101022204
1961Team LotusCliff Allison1080000001120
Ernesto Prinoth28370000001010
Gaetano Starrabba28150000000110
Gerry Ashmore4163000003030
Henry Taylor3104000004150
Ian Burgess3148000003140
Innes Ireland3171201004352
Jim Hall7130000001010
Juan Manuel Bordeu3284000001010
Ken Miles7200000001010
Lloyd Ruby7140000001010
Lucien Bianchi3194000003030
Masten Gregory7170000001120
Michael May3117000004040
Olivier Gendebien7110000001010
Peter Ryan790000001010
Stirling Moss31112102014417
Tim Parnell18100000001120
Tony Maggs4113000001120
Tony Marsh4153000003030
Trevor Taylor3134000001010
Willy Mairesse3174000002020
Wolfgang Seidel3177000004150
1962Team LotusCarlo Abate11210000101010
Dan Gurney1209010001010
Ernesto Prinoth21270000101010
Ernie Pieterse12100000100110
Gary Hocking12180000101010
Gerry Ashmore21240000101010
Günther Seiffert4303000001010
Heinz Schiller4243000001010
Innes Ireland1527230605371
Jack Brabham1518320304150
Jay Chamberlain11512010203030
Jim Hall1209010101010
Jo Siffert11021020406060
John Campbell-Jones1119010001010
Keith Greene1229010101010
Kurt Kuhnke21310000101010
Lucien Bianchi199010001010
Masten Gregory1627130506161
Maurice Trintignant1730030506280
Neville Lederle1260100100110
Nino Vaccarella1090000201120
Peter Arundell11180000101010
Rob Schroeder1109010101010
Roger Penske199010101010
Sam Tingle12210000101010
Syd van der Vyver12190000101010
Tony Shelly12112010203030
Trevor Taylor1230630606381
Wolfgang Seidel12012010102020
1963Team LotusAndré Pilette12315010102020
Bernard Collomb2106000202020
Brausch Niemann1149010101010
Chris Amon1209010101010
Ernie Pieterse1199010101010
Gaetano Starrabba1339010001010
Günther Seiffert1319010001010
Hap Sharp1713010102020
Innes Ireland11019010304040
Jack Brabham890000101010
Jim Hall1564360609090
Jo Siffert1664160609090
John Campbell-Jones8200000101010
Kurt Kuhnke2266000101010
Masten Gregory11133030304040
Maurice Trintignant189010101010
Mike Hailwood189010101010
Mike Spence1139010001010
Neville Lederle1229010101010
Paddy Driver1219010101010
Pedro Rodríguez11513010102020
Peter Arundell12118020102020
Phil Hill1149010101010
Rodger Ward3144000001010
Thomas Monarch1259010101010
Tim Parnell2256000101010
Trevor Taylor1664160708190
Walt Hansgen12213010102020
1964Team LotusBernard Collomb4193000101010
Chris Amon1532230507290
Gerhard Mitter1590000000110
Innes Ireland4203000101010
Jo Siffert483000101010
Mike Hailwood1623120507290
Mike Spence1411410302460
Moisés Solana5102000101010
Peter Arundell13211120202231
Peter Revson11121020203250
Trevor Taylor1199010101010
Walt Hansgen750200100110
1965Team LotusBob Bondurant17150000100110
Brausch Niemann1249010101010
Brian Gubby1239010101010
Chris Amon11218020202020
Clive Puzey1269010101010
Dave Charlton1289010101010
Ernie Pieterse1259010101010
Gerhard Mitter1129010101010
Giacomo "Geki" Russo10180000101010
Innes Ireland1936040406170
Mike Spence13541060608181
Moisés Solana15100000100220
Neville Lederle1229010101010
Paul Hawkins1179010101010
Richard Attwood1636240404370
Tony Maggs1119010101010
1966Team LotusGiacomo "Geki" Russo1190000000110
Mike Spence1516410205371
Pedro Rodríguez199010001120
Peter Arundell1616110104370
1967Team LotusChris Irwin179010001010
Eppie Wietzes12130000101010
Giancarlo Baghetti3104000101010
Graham Hill12411540638383
Jackie Oliver1950000100110
Mike Fisher1119010201120
Moisés Solana11718020102020
Piers Courage16100000000110
1968Team LotusGraham Hill129610101010


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