• 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.

  • 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.

  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Clark's luck is in at Spa
  • June 14, 1964: Jim Clark scored a lucky win at the Belgian Grand Prix, when all the other contenders ran out of fuel before the finish.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • South African Grand Prix
  • Clark retirment hands Hill the title
  • December 29, 1962: At the seaside track of East London, just after Christmas, Graham Hill won the South African Grand Prix, and with it the world championship.

  • United States Grand Prix
  • Clark wins to keep championship alive
  • October 7, 1962: Jim Clark kept alive his chance of snatching the world championship from Graham Hill with a determined win in the United States Grand Prix.

  • Italian Grand Prix
  • Hill tightens his grip on title
  • September 16, 1962: Graham Hill continued his charge towards the world championship with a convincing win in the Italian Grand Prix.

  • British Grand Prix
  • Clark dominates at Aintree
  • July 21, 1962: On a beautiful day in Liverpool, Jim Clark won his second grand prix of the season in impressive style, leading from start to finish.

  • French Grand Prix
  • Gurney gives Porsche its sole win
  • July 8, 1962: With Ferrari absent due to industrial action in Italy, the French Grand Prix was a straight fight between the British and the Germans, with Dan Gurney coming out on top to give Porsche their only Formula One win.

  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Clark secures his maiden victory
  • June 17, 1962: Jim Clark won his first grand prix at the hazardous Spa circuit that sweeps through the Ardennes pine forest, making it three wins out of three for British cars this season, and the first for the new monocoque Lotus 25.

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • McLaren capitalises on Hill misfortune
  • June 3, 1962: BRM reliability problems cost Graham Hill victory at the Monaco Grand Prix, as his engine blew up just seven laps from the end, allowing Bruce McLaren to come through and win in the new works Cooper Climax.

  • United States Grand Prix
  • Moss signs off season with big payday
  • November 20, 1960: With the world champion and runner up already decided, the United States Grand Prix was a chance for the chasing pack to claim third place.

  • Portuguese Grand Prix
  • Brabham again the beneficiary as Clark nets first podium
  • August 14, 1960: At the winding, anti-clockwise Boavista circuit through the cobbled streets of Oporto, Jack Brabham won his fifth grand prix in a row, almost making certain of his second successive world championship.

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