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- Rewind to ... 1966
- Living with death
August 24, 2010: Martin Williamson looks back at the treacherous Belgian Grand Prix that set Jackie Stewart on the path to campaigning for greater driver safety
- Hill takes title for the grieving Lotus team
January 1, 1968: A review of the 1968 season.
- 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.
- 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.
- Mexican Grand Prix
- Ginther finishes on a high
October 24, 1965: With little at stake in the final race of the season, Richie Ginther secured a historic victory for Honda, the first triumph for the Japanese car maker on the international grand prix circuit.
- Italian Grand Prix
- Stewart wins his maiden grand prix
September 12, 1965: Jim Clark's luck ran out at Monza and he was unable to continue his five-race winning streak, leaving rising star Jackie Stewart to take his first grand prix victory in only his eighth start.
- 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.
- 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.
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