John Surtees info & statistics

John Surtees wiki info & stats
Name John Surtees
Country United Kingdom United Kingdom
Place of Birth Tatsfield
Date of Birth Feb 11th 1934
Date of Death Mar 10th 2017 - 83 years old
Season Entries 13
First Race 1960 Monaco Grand Prix
Last Race 1972 Italian Grand Prix
First Pole 1960 Portuguese Grand Prix
Last Pole 1968 Italian Grand Prix
First Win 1963 German Grand Prix
Last Win 1967 Italian Grand Prix
First Podium 1960 British Grand Prix
Last Podium 1969 USA Grand Prix

John Surtees F1 Stats

Drivers' Titles 1
Race Entries 112
Race Starts 111
Race Wins 6 (5,4%)
Pole Positions 8 (7,1%)
Fastest Laps 11 (9,8%)
Podiums 24 (21,4%)
Points Finishes 40 (35,7%)
Retirements 62 (55,4%)
Hat-tricks 3
Wins from pole 4
Front Row Starts 18
Total Points 180
Total Laps 4.992



Biography

 

John Surtees Biography


John Surtees at the 1966 British F1 GP

John Surtees is the only Formula 1 champion that also scored a championship in Motor racing on two wheels.

From dominating in the Grand Prix motorcycle racing to being introduced to cars after almost beating a young Jim Clark in a Formula 3 event, John Surtees motorsport career is one to remember for its unique achievements. Born on the 11th of February of 1934 in Surrey, England, he grew up around bikes and soon enough learn to work with them with perfect synergy, riding and fixing them.

His rise in the motorcycle world was stunning. At just 15 years of age, he competed in his first race (a Grasstrack event). Then, he made his motorcycle World Championship debut at 18, won his first race as a 21-year-old, took his first World Championship at 22 and his seventh —and last title— at 26 years old. 

Four 500cc World Championships and three in the 350cc division looked well enough to imagine Surtees heading off to retirement. However, his tough mindset and unique competitiveness saw him add a couple of wheels to the machines he was going fast with.

John Surtees, Honda RA273, 1967 German GP

The “Figlio del Vento” was his nickname in Italy, where he cemented his motorcycling legacy riding for MV Agusta. A natural racer, he entered a race at Goodwood and finished second in a Cooper behind the legendary Jim Clark, who was a young driver at the time. Colin Chapman signed him to drive for Lotus in the 1960 F1 season and his four-wheel journey began.

Surtees made his Formula 1 debut in the 1960 Monaco Grand Prix and had to retire due to a transmission failure on his Lotus 18. Just seven days before his F1 debut, he was winning the first races of the 350cc and 500cc classes in the motorcycle World Championship at France.

He missed the next four races as he was still busy winning motorcycle Grands Prix and on the way to winning the 350cc and 500cc championships, which would be his last two. Then, he returned to Formula 1 racing with a great second place at Silverstone in the 1960 British Grand Prix after starting 11th.

John Surtees, Honda, 1967 Italian GP, Podium

At his third F1 race, the 1960 Portuguese Grand Prix, Surtees qualified on Pole Position but was forced to retire from the race with radiator trouble. In the last race of the year and Surtees’ fourth in F1, he qualified sixth but retire after just three laps. For 1961, he was a solid name amongst F1 teams and he chose to leave Lotus and drive a Cooper T53 for the Yeoman Credit Racing Team. However, that year he only finished in the points twice with two fifth places in Belgium and Germany.

For 1962, he drove a Lola Mk4 with a V8 engine for the Bowmaker-Yeoman team. Although results improved (two podiums, a Pole Position and five of the nine races finished in the points), he wouldn't drive for them the following campaign. In the race where he achieved his first podium of that season and his second overall, the 1962 British Grand Prix, he started second and finished second behind the Lotus of Clark. The result was special for Surtees, as he was dealing with gearbox issues from the early stages of the race.

John Surtees, Honda RA301, 1968 Italian GP, Pole Position

Surtees decided to leave Yeoman and took the chance to return to the country which saw him conquer the motorcycling world with dominating fashion. As he joined Ferrari, the “Son of the Wind” was looking to replicate the success he had already enjoyed with an Italian outfit in bikes.

The highlight of his first year with Ferrari came in Nürburgring, where he won the 1963 German Grand Prix with a commanding gap over Clark. Surtees ended 1963 in fourth place in the World Drivers’ Championship with 22 points, his biggest tally at that point. 

In 1964, he finished on the podium sixth times and won at Germany again with an outstanding drive. For the WDC, only the six best results counted and Surtees met the criteria perfectly, achieving six podiums. He won at Monza from Pole and lapped every driver outside the top 2. In the penultimate race of the year, he finished second at Watkins Glen as Graham Hill won.

His second place at the USA pushed Surtees up to second in the WDC, behind Hill. In the title-decider in Mexico, Surtees looked like a doubtful challenger at the beginning of the race, but a crash between Hill and Surtees’ teammate Lorenzo Bandini put him in contention. Clark was leading the race and on pace to win the championship, but an oil leak ended his hopes. Bandini let Surtees pass on the last lap, thus giving him second place and the historical championship.

John Surtees driving the BRM during the 1969 Monaco F1 GP

John Surtees driving the BRM during the 1969 Monaco F1 GP

After becoming the first (and so far only) person to win world championships in motorcycles and cars, Surtees and Ferrari had a down year in 1965. He only achieved three podiums and a fourth-place at Monaco, which gave him fifth in the WDC with just 17 points. Late in 1965, Surtees had a near-fatal accident at Mosport, Canada, when driving his Lola car for the Can-Am Series. He missed the last two rounds of the F1 calendar at the USA and Mexico due to his injuries.

Surtees recovered and returned for the 1966 season with a good level, winning the second race of the year, the 1966 Belgian Grand Prix in his Ferrari 312/66. However, his success with Ferrari at Spa-Francorchamps was his last outing with the team. Surtees, a tough person with a nack for discussion during his racing days, had issues with team manager Eugenio Dragoni. Dragoni elected to leave Surtees out of Ferrari’s lineup for the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans and Surtees decided it was the last problem they would ever have.

Surtees completed the 1966 F1 season driving for Cooper, where he achieved a victory in Mexico and other two podiums to finish second in the championship behind a dominant Jack Brabham. He moved to Honda for 1967 and earned a podium in his first race for them. That year, he also won the 1967 Italian Grand Prix, which would be his last victory in Formula 1.

1971 Engeland Surtees

1971 Engeland John Surtees driving the Surtees team car

Between 1968 and 1969, he managed to score just three podiums with Honda. Then, he decided to enter his own team, but the success was not there. He could only score six points combined in 1970 and 1971 and retired in 1972 after starting only in the 1972 Italian Grand Prix.

He dedicated his life to his team until 1978, when he left Formula 1 altogether. He had three kids. Henry Surtees, his son, competed in single-seaters but sadly died in a Formula Two accident in 2009, which made John found The Henry Surtees Foundation to help improve the safety of the racing world.

Surtees, the great champion in the biggest categories of bikes and cars, died on the 10th of March of 2017 at the age of 83.

“It is basically a love affair, isn’t it? You come together with machinery. Sometimes is, of course, a little bit of a hate affair when they don’t work. But other times, things become special in your life.”

Seasons

 

John Surtees Final Championship Results

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John Surtees F1 Seasons Summary

Year Team Engine GP 1st 2nd 3rd Pod Pole Laps FL Avg Pts Points
1972 United Kingdom Surtees Ford 1 0 0 0 0 0 20 0 0.00 0
1971 United Kingdom Surtees
United Kingdom Surtees
Cosworth
Ford
11 0 0 0 0 0 533 0 0.27 3
1970 United Kingdom McLaren
United Kingdom Surtees
Ford
Ford
11 0 0 0 0 0 512 1 0.27 3
1969 United Kingdom BRM BRM 9 0 0 1 1 0 455 0 0.67 6
1968 Japan Honda Honda 12 0 1 1 2 1 509 1 1.00 12
1967 Japan Honda Honda 9 1 0 1 2 0 506 0 2.22 20
1966 United Kingdom Cooper-Maserati
Italy Ferrari
Maserati
Ferrari
9 2 1 1 4 2 378 3 3.11 28
1965 Italy Ferrari Ferrari 8 0 1 2 3 0 433 0 2.13 17
1964 Italy Ferrari Ferrari 10 2 3 1 6 2 462 2 4.00 40
1963 Italy Ferrari Ferrari 10 1 1 1 3 1 467 3 2.20 22
1962 United Kingdom Lola Climax 9 0 2 0 2 1 366 0 2.11 19
1961 United Kingdom Cooper-Climax Climax 8 0 0 0 0 0 217 0 0.50 4
1960 United Kingdom Team Lotus Climax 4 0 1 0 1 1 134 1 1.50 6

Races

 

John Surtees F1 GP Race Classifications

1th6 Times
2th10 Times
3th8 Times
4th5 Times
5th8 Times
6th3 Times
7th4 Times
8th3 Times
9th3 Times
11th3 Times
17th1 Time
DNF55 Times
DSQ1 Time
NC1 Time
DNS1 Time

John Surtees F1 GP Race Results

Year Race No Team Engine Grid Pos Retired Pts
112 1972 1972 Italian Grand Prix 7 Surtees Ford 22 DNF Fuel System 0
111 1971 1971 USA Grand Prix 18 Surtees Ford 13 17 0
110 1971 1971 Canadian Grand Prix 22 Surtees Ford 14 11 0
109 1971 1971 Italian Grand Prix 7 Surtees Ford 15 DNF Engine 0
108 1971 1971 Austrian Grand Prix 22 Surtees Ford 18 DNF Engine 0
107 1971 1971 German Grand Prix 7 Surtees Ford 15 7 0
106 1971 1971 British Grand Prix 23 Surtees Ford 11 6 1
105 1971 1971 French Grand Prix 22 Surtees Ford 13 8 0
104 1971 1971 Dutch Grand Prix 23 Surtees Ford 7 5 2
103 1971 1971 Monaco Grand Prix 22 Surtees Ford 10 7 0
102 1971 1971 Spanish Grand Prix 24 Surtees Ford 22 11 0
101 1971 1971 South African Grand Prix 20 Surtees Cosworth 6 DNF Gearbox 0
100 1970 1970 Mexican Grand Prix 17 Surtees Ford 15 8 0
99 1970 1970 USA Grand Prix 17 Surtees Ford 8 DNF Engine 0
98 1970 1970 Canadian Grand Prix 4 Surtees Ford 5 5 2
97 1970 1970 Italian Grand Prix 14 Surtees Ford 10 DNF Electrical 0
96 1970 1970 Austrian Grand Prix 15 Surtees Ford 12 DNF Engine 0
95 1970 1970 German Grand Prix 7 Surtees Ford 15 9 Engine 0
94 1970 1970 British Grand Prix 20 Surtees Ford 19 DNF Oil Pressure 0
93 1970 1970 Dutch Grand Prix 16 McLaren Ford 14 6 1
92 1970 1970 Monaco Grand Prix 14 McLaren Ford 13 DNF Oil Pressure 0
91 1970 1970 Spanish Grand Prix 8 McLaren Ford 12 DNF Gearbox 0
90 1970 1970 South African Grand Prix 7 McLaren Ford 7 DNF Engine 0
89 1969 1969 Mexican Grand Prix 14 BRM BRM 10 DNF Gearbox 0
88 1969 1969 USA Grand Prix 14 BRM BRM 11 3 4
87 1969 1969 Canadian Grand Prix 14 BRM BRM 14 DNF Engine 0
86 1969 1969 Italian Grand Prix 14 BRM BRM 10 NC Not Classified 0
85 1969 1969 German Grand Prix 14 BRM BRM 11 DNS Non Starter 0
84 1969 1969 British Grand Prix 14 BRM BRM 6 DNF Suspension 0
83 1969 1969 Dutch Grand Prix 14 BRM BRM 12 9 0
82 1969 1969 Monaco Grand Prix 14 BRM BRM 6 DNF Gearbox 0
81 1969 1969 Spanish Grand Prix 14 BRM BRM 9 5 2
80 1969 1969 South African Grand Prix 10 BRM BRM 18 DNF Engine 0
79 1968 1968 Mexican Grand Prix 5 Honda Honda 6 DNF Overheating 0
78 1968 1968 USA Grand Prix 5 Honda Honda 9 3 4
77 1968 1968 Canadian Grand Prix 8 Honda Honda 7 DNF Gearbox 0
76 1968 1968 Italian Grand Prix 14 Honda Honda 1 DNF Accident 0
75 1968 1968 German Grand Prix 7 Honda Honda 7 DNF Ignition 0
74 1968 1968 British Grand Prix 7 Honda Honda 9 5 2
73 1968 1968 French Grand Prix 16 Honda Honda 7 2 6
72 1968 1968 Dutch Grand Prix 7 Honda Honda 9 DNF Alternator 0
71 1968 1968 Belgian Grand Prix 20 Honda Honda 4 DNF Suspension 0
70 1968 1968 Monaco Grand Prix 8 Honda Honda 4 DNF Gearbox 0
69 1968 1968 Spanish Grand Prix 7 Honda Honda 7 DNF Gearbox 0
68 1968 1968 South African Grand Prix 7 Honda Honda 6 8 0
67 1967 1967 Mexican Grand Prix 3 Honda Honda 7 4 3
66 1967 1967 USA Grand Prix 3 Honda Honda 11 DNF Alternator 0
65 1967 1967 Italian Grand Prix 14 Honda Honda 9 1 9
64 1967 1967 German Grand Prix 7 Honda Honda 6 4 3
63 1967 1967 British Grand Prix 7 Honda Honda 7 6 1
62 1967 1967 Belgian Grand Prix 7 Honda Honda 10 DNF Engine 0
61 1967 1967 Dutch Grand Prix 7 Honda Honda 6 DNF Throttle 0
60 1967 1967 Monaco Grand Prix 7 Honda Honda 3 DNF Engine 0
59 1967 1967 South African Grand Prix 11 Honda Honda 6 3 4
58 1966 1966 Mexican Grand Prix 7 Cooper-Maserati Maserati 1 1 9
57 1966 1966 USA Grand Prix 7 Cooper-Maserati Maserati 4 3 4
56 1966 1966 Italian Grand Prix 14 Cooper-Maserati Maserati 4 DNF Fuel Leak 0
55 1966 1966 German Grand Prix 7 Cooper-Maserati Maserati 2 2 6
54 1966 1966 Dutch Grand Prix 24 Cooper-Maserati Maserati 10 DNF Electrical 0
53 1966 1966 British Grand Prix 12 Cooper-Maserati Maserati 6 DNF Transmission 0
52 1966 1966 French Grand Prix 10 Cooper-Maserati Maserati 2 DNF Fuel System 0
51 1966 1966 Belgian Grand Prix 6 Ferrari Ferrari 1 1 9
50 1966 1966 Monaco Grand Prix 17 Ferrari Ferrari 2 DNF Transmission 0
49 1965 1965 Italian Grand Prix 8 Ferrari Ferrari 2 DNF Clutch 0
48 1965 1965 German Grand Prix 7 Ferrari Ferrari 4 DNF Gearbox 0
47 1965 1965 Dutch Grand Prix 2 Ferrari Ferrari 4 7 0
46 1965 1965 British Grand Prix 1 Ferrari Ferrari 5 3 4
45 1965 1965 French Grand Prix 2 Ferrari Ferrari 4 3 4
44 1965 1965 Belgian Grand Prix 1 Ferrari Ferrari 6 DNF Engine 0
43 1965 1965 Monaco Grand Prix 18 Ferrari Ferrari 5 4 Out of Fuel 3
42 1965 1965 South African Grand Prix 1 Ferrari Ferrari 2 2 6
41 1964 1964 Mexican Grand Prix 7 Ferrari Ferrari 4 2 6
40 1964 1964 USA Grand Prix 7 Ferrari Ferrari 2 2 6
39 1964 1964 Italian Grand Prix 2 Ferrari Ferrari 1 1 9
38 1964 1964 Austrian Grand Prix 7 Ferrari Ferrari 2 DNF Suspension 0
37 1964 1964 German Grand Prix 7 Ferrari Ferrari 1 1 9
36 1964 1964 British Grand Prix 7 Ferrari Ferrari 5 3 4
35 1964 1964 French Grand Prix 24 Ferrari Ferrari 3 DNF Engine 0
34 1964 1964 Belgian Grand Prix 10 Ferrari Ferrari 5 DNF Engine 0
33 1964 1964 Dutch Grand Prix 2 Ferrari Ferrari 4 2 6
32 1964 1964 Monaco Grand Prix 21 Ferrari Ferrari 4 DNF Gearbox 0
31 1963 1963 South African Grand Prix 3 Ferrari Ferrari 4 DNF Engine 0
30 1963 1963 Mexican Grand Prix 23 Ferrari Ferrari 2 DSQ Disqualified 0
29 1963 1963 USA Grand Prix 23 Ferrari Ferrari 3 9 Engine 0
28 1963 1963 Italian Grand Prix 4 Ferrari Ferrari 1 DNF Engine 0
27 1963 1963 German Grand Prix 7 Ferrari Ferrari 2 1 9
26 1963 1963 British Grand Prix 10 Ferrari Ferrari 5 2 6
25 1963 1963 French Grand Prix 16 Ferrari Ferrari 4 DNF Fuel pump 0
24 1963 1963 Dutch Grand Prix 2 Ferrari Ferrari 5 3 4
23 1963 1963 Belgian Grand Prix 9 Ferrari Ferrari 10 DNF Injection 0
22 1963 1963 Monaco Grand Prix 21 Ferrari Ferrari 3 4 3
21 1962 1962 South African Grand Prix 6 Lola Climax 5 DNF Engine 0
20 1962 1962 USA Grand Prix 18 Lola Climax 20 DNF Engine 0
19 1962 1962 Italian Grand Prix 46 Lola Climax 8 DNF Engine 0
18 1962 1962 German Grand Prix 14 Lola Climax 4 2 6
17 1962 1962 British Grand Prix 24 Lola Climax 2 2 6
16 1962 1962 French Grand Prix 18 Lola Climax 5 5 2
15 1962 1962 Belgian Grand Prix 5 Lola Climax 11 5 2
14 1962 1962 Monaco Grand Prix 28 Lola Climax 11 4 3
13 1962 1962 Dutch Grand Prix 19 Lola Climax 1 DNF Accident 0
12 1961 1961 USA Grand Prix 18 Cooper-Climax Climax 9 DNF Engine 0
11 1961 1961 Italian Grand Prix 42 Cooper-Climax Climax 19 DNF Accident 0
10 1961 1961 German Grand Prix 18 Cooper-Climax Climax 10 5 2
9 1961 1961 British Grand Prix 34 Cooper-Climax Climax 10 DNF Differential 0
8 1961 1961 French Grand Prix 40 Cooper-Climax Climax 7 DNF Accident 0
7 1961 1961 Belgian Grand Prix 24 Cooper-Climax Climax 4 5 2
6 1961 1961 Dutch Grand Prix 12 Cooper-Climax Climax 9 7 0
5 1961 1961 Monaco Grand Prix 22 Cooper-Climax Climax 12 11 Engine 0
4 1960 1960 USA Grand Prix 11 Team Lotus Climax 6 DNF Accident 0
3 1960 1960 Portuguese Grand Prix 18 Team Lotus Climax 1 DNF Radiator 0
2 1960 1960 British Grand Prix 9 Team Lotus Climax 11 2 6
1 1960 1960 Monaco Grand Prix 26 Team Lotus Climax 15 DNF Transmission 0

Podiums

 

John Surtees F1 Podium Finishes

Year Race No Team Engine Grid Pos Retired Pts
24 1969 1969 USA Grand Prix 14 BRM BRM 11 3 4
23 1968 1968 USA Grand Prix 5 Honda Honda 9 3 4
22 1968 1968 French Grand Prix 16 Honda Honda 7 2 6
21 1967 1967 Italian Grand Prix 14 Honda Honda 9 1 9
20 1967 1967 South African Grand Prix 11 Honda Honda 6 3 4
19 1966 1966 Mexican Grand Prix 7 Cooper-Maserati Maserati 1 1 9
18 1966 1966 USA Grand Prix 7 Cooper-Maserati Maserati 4 3 4
17 1966 1966 German Grand Prix 7 Cooper-Maserati Maserati 2 2 6
16 1966 1966 Belgian Grand Prix 6 Ferrari Ferrari 1 1 9
15 1965 1965 British Grand Prix 1 Ferrari Ferrari 5 3 4
14 1965 1965 French Grand Prix 2 Ferrari Ferrari 4 3 4
13 1965 1965 South African Grand Prix 1 Ferrari Ferrari 2 2 6
12 1964 1964 Mexican Grand Prix 7 Ferrari Ferrari 4 2 6
11 1964 1964 USA Grand Prix 7 Ferrari Ferrari 2 2 6
10 1964 1964 Italian Grand Prix 2 Ferrari Ferrari 1 1 9
9 1964 1964 German Grand Prix 7 Ferrari Ferrari 1 1 9
8 1964 1964 British Grand Prix 7 Ferrari Ferrari 5 3 4
7 1964 1964 Dutch Grand Prix 2 Ferrari Ferrari 4 2 6
6 1963 1963 German Grand Prix 7 Ferrari Ferrari 2 1 9
5 1963 1963 British Grand Prix 10 Ferrari Ferrari 5 2 6
4 1963 1963 Dutch Grand Prix 2 Ferrari Ferrari 5 3 4
3 1962 1962 German Grand Prix 14 Lola Climax 4 2 6
2 1962 1962 British Grand Prix 24 Lola Climax 2 2 6
1 1960 1960 British Grand Prix 9 Team Lotus Climax 11 2 6

Poles

 

John Surtees F1 Pole Positions

Year Race No Team Engine Grid Pos Retired Pts
8 1968 1968 Italian Grand Prix 14 Honda Honda 1 DNF Accident 0
7 1966 1966 Mexican Grand Prix 7 Cooper-Maserati Maserati 1 1 9
6 1966 1966 Belgian Grand Prix 6 Ferrari Ferrari 1 1 9
5 1964 1964 Italian Grand Prix 2 Ferrari Ferrari 1 1 9
4 1964 1964 German Grand Prix 7 Ferrari Ferrari 1 1 9
3 1963 1963 Italian Grand Prix 4 Ferrari Ferrari 1 DNF Engine 0
2 1962 1962 Dutch Grand Prix 19 Lola Climax 1 DNF Accident 0
1 1960 1960 Portuguese Grand Prix 18 Team Lotus Climax 1 DNF Radiator 0

Comparison

 

John Surtees Teammate Comparison

SeasonTeamTeam MateBest PosPointsWinsPolesPositionQualifying
1960Team LotusAlan Stacey15130000000101
David Piper2126000001010
Innes Ireland2261100101322
Jim Clark236400101212
Jim Hall2370000000110
Stirling Moss10101602120312
1961Cooper-ClimaxAlfonso Thiele26360000001010
Bernard Collomb5192000001120
Bruce McLaren5341100003553
Geoff Duke5322000001010
Hap Sharp19100000000110
Ian Burgess5122000001010
Jack Brabham544400013535
Jack Fairman26250000000110
Jackie Lewis544300004141
John Campbell-Jones5332000001010
Lorenzo Bandini584000002240
Massimo Natili25300000002020
Masten Gregory5104000004260
Maurice Trintignant574000002350
Menato Boffa26380000001010
Renato Pirocchi5122000001120
Roger Penske1980000000110
Roy Salvadori562200001441
Walt Hansgen19180000000110
1962LolaRoy Salvadori21119000107290
1963FerrariLorenzo Bandini950400100440
Ludovico Scarfiotti364100003030
Willy Mairesse11112010003021
1964FerrariLorenzo Bandini11402321206491
Ludovico Scarfiotti199010101010
Pedro Rodríguez266100001010
1965FerrariLorenzo Bandini22171000004462
Nino Vaccarella19120000000110
1966Cooper-MaseratiChris Amon1680000000110
Guy Ligier296000001340
Jo Bonnier1619110104150
Jo Siffert1413310102460
Jochen Rindt12191810103461
Moisés Solana1179010101010
FerrariLorenzo Bandini1291010101120
1968HondaDavid Hobbs17100000100110
Jo Bonnier1550200000110
Jo Schlesser2176000001010
1969BRMBill Brack1580000000110
George Eaton3104000002011
Jackie Oliver366100006482
Pedro Rodríguez572000002121
1970McLarenAndrea de Adamich6171000003030
Bruce McLaren620600001212
Dan Gurney6191000001010
Denny Hulme620900001203
Peter Gethin6181000001001
SurteesDerek Bell2460100000110
1971SurteesBrian Redman1570000000110
Derek Bell6201000001010
Gijs Van Lennep582000001010
Mike Hailwood1740300000220
Rolf Stommelen553300006464
Sam Posey17250000001010
1972SurteesAndrea de Adamich18160000000101
Mike Hailwood1820600000101
Tim Schenken18190000001001

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