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  • 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.

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