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- South African Grand Prix
- Clark makes it a magnificent seven
December 28, 1963: Jim Clark made history by winning the final grand prix of the year in South Africa, becoming the first man to win seven grands prix in one season.
- Mexican Grand Prix
- Clark takes the flag on Mexico's debut
October 27, 1963: The first ever Mexican Grand Prix was held at the new Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez at an altitude of 7,500 feet, with a volcano as its backdrop.
- United States Grand Prix
- Hill wins comfortably at the Glen
October 6, 1963: Graham Hill returned to winning ways with a resounding victory at the US Grand Prix, taking the chequered flag over 30 seconds ahead of his team-mate Richie Ginther.
- Italian Grand Prix
- Clark seals title with fifth victory
September 8, 1963: Jim Clark secured his fifth grand prix win of the season at Monza, and with it the world championship.
- German Grand Prix
- Surtees takes first win on four wheels
August 4, 1963: Jim Clark's unbeaten run of victories was broken by former world motor cycling champion John Surtees, who notched up his first championship win on four wheels, in a furiously fast race full of incident.
- British Grand Prix
- Four in a row for supreme Clark
July 20, 1963: The British Grand Prix returned to its spiritual home of Silverstone after a three year absence, and on a hot and sunny July day Jim Clark drove supremely confidently to take victory in his Lotus 25, his fourth successive grand prix win.
- French Grand Prix
- Clark makes it a hat-trick
June 30, 1963: Jim Clark continued where he had left off in Belgium, by winning the Dutch Grand Prix in style.
- Dutch Grand Prix
- Clark dominates at Zandvoort
June 23, 1963: Jim Clark continued where he had left off in Belgium, by winning the Dutch Grand Prix in style.
- Belgian Grand Prix
- Clark masters torrential Spa conditions
June 9, 1963: With thunder, lightning and torrential rain blasting the Ardennes circuit, Jim Clark stormed to victory in the Belgian Grand Prix, leading from start to finish.
- Monaco Grand Prix
- Hill benefits as Clark retires
May 26, 1963: The 1963 season began with world champion Graham Hill scoring the first of his five Monaco grands prix successes.
- The unstoppable Jim Clark
January 1, 1963: A review of the 1963 season
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