- 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.
- Italian Grand Prix
- Hill nets first for America but Brabham is crowned champion
September 4, 1960: The Italian Grand Prix at Monza provided a clean sweep for Ferrari, with Phil Hill becoming the first American to win a grand prix.
- 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.
- British Grand Prix
- Brabham wins as Hill takes the plaudits
July 16, 1960: With an assured drive at Silverstone, Jack Brabham recorded his fourth successive grand prix victory, the first man to achieve such a feat since Alberto Ascari in 1952.
- French Grand Prix
- Brabham wins again as rear engine powered cars dominate
July 3, 1960: Jack Brabham's excellent form continued at Reims with another victory, his third in succession, as British cars claimed the first eight places.
- 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
- Dutch Grand Prix
- Brabham wins as newcomer Clark makes a statement
June 5, 1960: After failing to score any championship points in the first two races of the season, Jack Brabham returned to form with a resounding win in the Dutch Grand Prix among the sand dunes at Zandvoort.
- Indianapolis 500 1960
- Rathmann finally takes the prize
May 30, 1960: Jim Rathmann won what many rate as one of the greats Indianapolis 500s, finishing 12 seconds ahead of the previous year's winner Rodger Ward
- Monaco Grand Prix
- Moss secures historic first win for Lotus
May 29, 1960: Stirling Moss cemented his reputation as the master in the wet with a supremely confident win in the new Lotus 18 at a rain-affected Monaco.
- Argentine Grand Prix
- McLaren continues where he left off
February 7, 1960: Bruce McLaren won the season-opener in Argentina, giving him his second consecutive victory after his win in the last race of 1959 in the USA.
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