1964 British Formula Three season

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1964 British Formula Three season
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The 1964 British Formula Three season was the 14th season of the British Formula Three season. Jackie Stewart took the BARC Championship, while Rodney Banting took the BRSCC Championship.

BARC Championship[edit]

Champion: Jackie Stewart

Runner Up: John Taylor

Results[edit]

Round Circuit Date Winning driver Winning car Winning team
1 Mallory Park 8 March United Kingdom John Taylor Cooper T72 Tyrrell Racing
2 Snetterton 14 March United Kingdom Jackie Stewart Cooper T72 Tyrrell Racing
3 Goodwood 30 March United Kingdom Jackie Stewart Cooper T72 Tyrrell Racing
4 Oulton Park 11 April United Kingdom Jackie Stewart Cooper T72 Tyrrell Racing
5 Aintree 18 April United Kingdom Jackie Stewart Cooper T72 Tyrrell Racing
6 Silverstone 2 May United Kingdom Jackie Stewart Cooper T72 Tyrrell Racing
7 Mallory Park 17 May United Kingdom Jackie Stewart Cooper T72 Tyrrell Racing
8 Brands Hatch 3 August United Kingdom Warwick Banks Cooper T72 Tyrrell Racing
9 Oulton Park 19 September United Kingdom Jackie Stewart Cooper T72 Tyrrell Racing
10 Mallory Park 11 October United Kingdom Roger Mac Brabham BT6 Independent

BRSCC Championship[edit]

Champion: Rodney Banting

Runner Up: Chris Irwin

Results[edit]

Round Circuit Date Winning driver Winning car Winning team
1 Mallory Park 30 March United Kingdom Rodney Bloor Brabham BT9 Independent
2 Snetterton 19 April United Kingdom Rodney Banting Lotus 31 Independent
3 Castle Combe 27 June United Kingdom Rodney Banting Lotus 31 Independent
4 Snetterton 5 July Iceland Sverrir Thoroddson Lotus 31 Jim Russell Racing Driver School
5 Snetterton 3 August Iceland Sverrir Thoroddson Lotus 31 Jim Russell Racing Driver School
6 Croft 22 August United Kingdom Tony Dean Lotus 22 Independent
7 Brands Hatch 30 August United Kingdom Mike Budge Cooper T59 Independent
8 Crystal Palace 5 September United Kingdom Chris Irwin Merlyn Mk7 Merlyn Racing
9 Mallory Park 13 September United Kingdom Chris Irwin Merlyn Mk7 Merlyn Racing

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