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  • Mexican Grand Prix
  • Hill secures second world title
  • November 3, 1968: Thirty-nine year-old Graham Hill secured his second world title in empathic style with victory in the season-ending Mexican Grand Prix.

  • United States Grand Prix
  • Stewart beats Hill to set up finale
  • October 6, 1968: Jackie Stewart's victory at the US Grand Prix set up a thrilling finale to the season with three drivers heading for the last grand prix in Mexico in with a shout of the title.

  • Canadian Grand Prix
  • Hulme capitalises on Amon misfortune
  • September 22, 1968: Denny Hulme secured his second consecutive win, his victory at the Canadian Grand Prix catapulting him from fourth to joint first in the drivers' championship with two rounds remaining.

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Hulme rejoins title battle
  • September 8, 1968: Defending champion Denny Hulme secured his first win of the season with victory at the Italian Grand Prix, a result which, thanks to his steady accumulation of points in other races, lifted him back into the championship hunt.

  • British Grand Prix
  • Siffert secures maiden victory
  • July 20, 1968: Popular Swiss driver Jo Siffert scored his maiden victory at the British Grand Prix driving a Lotus 49 run by the privateer Rob Walker, who had backed Stirling Moss in the past.

  • French Grand Prix
  • Ickx's first victory darkened by Schlesser death
  • July 7, 1968: Jacky Ickx won the French Grand Prix, and in so doing cemented his position in the Ferrari team, but yet again the day was overshadowed by the death of a driver, Jo Schlesser.

  • Dutch Grand Prix
  • Stewart triumphs in pain and rain
  • June 23, 1968: Jackie Stewart put his disappointment at Spa - where he led until running out of fuel on the last lap - to win the Dutch Grand Prix despite being handicapped by having his right arm encased in a plastic cast following a Formula Two crash two months earlier.

  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • McLaren inherits Spa victory
  • June 9, 1968: Bruce McLaren won the Belgian Grand Prix at a Spa, but he was more than a little lucky as Jackie Stewart had been leading until running out of fuel in the dying stages.

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Hill cements Monaco reputation
  • May 26, 1968: Graham Hill showed why he was known as Mr Monaco with his fourth victory at the Monaco Grand Prix, silencing those who dismissed his win in the Spanish Grand Prix a fortnight earlier as a one-off.

  • Spanish Grand Prix
  • Hill victorious for mourning Lotus
  • May 12, 1968: Graham Hill won the Spanish Grand Prix, his first victory for two-and-a-half years and one desperately needed by a Lotus team in mourning following the death of Jim Clark the previous month and weeks later his replacement, Mike Spence, testing at Indianapolis.

  • South African Grand Prix
  • Clark eases to victory in last grand prix
  • January 1, 1968: A new season but the same world order as Jim Clark won the New Year's Day South African Grand Prix. Nobody knew it at the time but it was to be his last Formula One grand prix.

  • Mexican Grand Prix
  • Hulme secures title as Clark wins
  • October 22, 1967: Jim Clark won the season finale at the Mexican Grand Prix, but it was Denny Hulme whose third place was enough to secure the drivers' championship by five points from team-mate Jack Brabham who finished second.

  • United States Grand Prix
  • Clark leads home Hill in Lotus one-two
  • October 1, 1967: Jim Clark won the United States Grand Prix at Watkins Glen, with team-mate Graham Hill taking second to complete a memorable weekend for Lotus.

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Surtees wins Monza classic
  • September 10, 1967: John Surtees won an epic Italian Grand Prix at Monza, beating Jack Brabham in one of the closest finishes seen for years. The result meant Brabham was only three points behind team-mate Denny Hulme in the drivers' championship with two rounds remaining.

  • Canadian Grand Prix
  • A Brabham one-two at Mosport
  • August 6, 1967: Jack Brabham won the inaugural Formula One Grand Prix at the challenging Mosport Park circuit in Canada, cutting the championship lead of team-mate Denny Hulme, who finished second, to nine points.

  • German Grand Prix
  • Hulme extends lead with Nurburgring victory
  • August 6, 1967: After two races where his Lotus failed to last the distance, Jim Clark bounced back with victory at Silverstone, his fifth win in the British Grand Prix in six years, but Denny Hulme's second place extended his lead in the drivers' championship to nine points.

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