• 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Tragic day overshadows Brabham victory
  • June 19, 1960: Jack Brabham notched up his second successive victory in the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa, but it was the death of two of Britain's most talented young drivers that will be remembered on one of Formula One 's darkest days

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