• Belgian Grand Prix
  • Gurney capitalises to take victory
  • June 18, 1967: Dan Gurney won the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps, the fourth different winner in as many races, leaving the drivers' championship wide open.

  • Dutch Grand Prix
  • Clark wins with faultless display
  • June 4, 1967: Jim Clark won the Dutch Grand Prix, his first win of the season in front of 80,000 spectators at a wind-swept Zandvoort.

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Hulme win overshadowed by Bandini crash
  • May 7, 1967: Denny Hulme won the Monaco Grand Prix, his first championship win, but the day was overshadowed by the death of Italian Lorenzo Bandini who crashed while in second place

  • South African Grand Prix
  • Rodriguez reigns in race of attrition
  • January 2, 1967: The first championship grand prix to be staged at Kyalami was won by Mexican driver Pedro Rodriguez, driving a Cooper Maserati, leading home Rhodesian John Love.

  • United States Grand Prix
  • Clark finally wins in '66
  • October 2, 1966: Jim Clark finally overcame the unreliability of his Lotus to win the US Grand Prix at Watkins Glen, although it was not a complete success for the Norwich team as the car had an old engine borrowed from rivals BRM.

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Scarfiotti wins as Brabham is crowned champion
  • September 4, 1966: A crowd of 60,000 was left in raptures as Ludovico Scarfiotti driving a Ferrari won the Italian Grand Prix, in Monza - the first Italian to win there since 1952 - but it was Jack Brabham who secured his third drivers' championship, in spite of retiring with engine trouble.

  • German Grand Prix
  • Four in a row all but seals Brabham's title
  • August 7, 1966: Jack Brabham eased to his fourth successive win at the German Grand Prix at the Nürburgring, giving him an almost insurmountable lead in the drivers' championship.

  • Dutch Grand Prix
  • Brabham makes it a hat-trick at Zandvoort
  • July 24, 1966: Jack Brabham completed his third successive win in the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort, and in so doing took a complete stranglehold on the world championship.

  • British Grand Prix
  • Brabham heads his first one-two
  • July 16, 1966: Jack Brabham proved his win at Reims was no fluke when he followed with victory in the British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch, a result which opened up a sizeable lead for him in the drivers' championship.

  • French Grand Prix
  • Brabham makes history with Reims win
  • July 3, 1966: Jack Brabham won the French Grand Prix in Reims, in the heart of champagne country, his victory in his own V8 Brabham-Repco was the first world championship win by a driver in a car he had designed himself.

  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Surtees wins as Stewart is trapped
  • June 12, 1966: John Surtees, driving a V-12 Ferrari, won a sensational Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps, the rain-soaked afternoon marred by a multi-car collision early on.

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Stewart opens with Monaco victory
  • May 22, 1966: Jackie Stewart won the season-opening Monaco Grand Prix, driving a two-litre V-8 BRM, with three quarters of a minute to spare over the Ferrari of Lorenzo Bandini.

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Hill triumphs in Clark absence
  • May 30, 1965: Graham Hill made history by winning the Monaco Grand Prix for the third successive year, and in doing so swept into the lead in the world championship

  • South African Grand Prix
  • Clark responds with dominant win
  • January 1, 1965: Just five weeks after Jim Clark had the 1964 world championship dramatically snatched from his grasp on the last lap of the final race, he struck back with a convincing win in the South African Grand Prix on New Year's Day 1965.

  • Mexican Grand Prix
  • Heartache for Clark as Surtees becomes champion
  • October 25, 1964: John Surtees added the Formula One World Championship to his motorcycle titles as both Jim Clark and Graham Hill failed to score in the Mexican Grand Prix.

  • United States Grand Prix
  • Hill extends lead with Glen victory
  • October 4, 1964: The penultimate race of the season was won by Graham Hill, who triumphed for the second successive year at the Watkins Glen circuit in upstate New York, USA.

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Surtees delights Tifosi with win
  • September 6, 1964: John Surtees brought the 70,000 partisan crowd to its feet at Monza when he emerged victorious in a thrilling Italian Grand Prix, giving Ferrari their third successive championship win.

  • Austrian Grand Prix
  • Bandini stamina earns first victory
  • August 23, 1964: Lorenzo Bandini, the second Ferrari driver, scored his first and only championship victory in the Austrian Grand Prix, as the bumpy makeshift track at Zeltweg airfield accounted for the retirement of nine of the 20 starters.

  • German Grand Prix
  • Surtees conquers the Nurburgring again
  • August 4, 1964: For the second year in succession, John Surtees won the gruelling German Grand Prix at the Nürburgring, with his Ferrari team-mate Lorenzo Bandini coming third and Graham Hill sandwiched between them in second.

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