• German Grand Prix
  • Ickx chases down Stewart for victory
  • August 3, 1969: Jacky Ickx took victory at the German Grand Prix in what The Times described as "the most brilliant race of his career", after an epic battle with Jackie Stewart, who came second.

  • British Grand Prix
  • Stewart recovers from crash to win again
  • July 19, 1969: Jackie Stewart's fifth win in six races left him odds-on favourite for the championship, his victory at the British Grand Prix coming despite him crashing during practice and having to commandeer team-mate Jean-Pierre Beltoise's car.

  • French Grand Prix
  • Stewart opens up substantial lead
  • July 6, 1969: Jackie Stewart's inexorable progression to his first world title continued with victory at the French Grand Prix, his fourth win in five races and a result which opened up a 16-point lead over Graham Hill in the drivers' championship.

  • Monaco Grand Prix
  • Hill makes it five in Monaco
  • May 18, 1969: Graham Hill, the man known as Mr Monaco, took his fifth and last victory at the Monaco Grand Prix. It was also to be his final Formula One win, but given his remarkable record in Monte Carlo, there was no more fitting place for him to climb to the top of the podium for one last time.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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