1964 FFSA Trophées de France season

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1964 Trophées de France season
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The 1964 FFSA Trophées de France season was the inaugural season of the Trophées de France for Formula Two cars. Double World Champion, Jack Brabham took the title by winning the last round, Grand Prix de l'ile de France, from Denny Hulme, after the pair were level on points.

FFSA Trophées de France[edit]

Champion: Australia Jack Brabham

Runner Up: New Zealand Denny Hulme

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Results[edit]

Date Round Circuit Winning driver Winning team Winning car
05/04 Rd. 1 France Pau United Kingdom Jim Clark Ron Harris – Team Lotus Lotus-Cosworth 32
24/05 Rd. 2 Germany Avus United Kingdom Tony Hegbourne Normand Racing Team Ltd Cooper-Cosworth T71
05/07 Rd. 3 France Reims United Kingdom Alan Rees Roy Winkelmann Racing Brabham-Cosworth BT10
19/07 Rd. 4 France Clermont-Ferrand New Zealand Denny Hulme Brabham Racing Development Brabham-Cosworth BT10
13/09 Rd. 5 France Albi Australia Jack Brabham Brabham Racing Organisation Brabham-Cosworth BT10
27/09 Rd. 6 France Montlhéry Australia Jack Brabham Brabham Racing Organisation Brabham-Cosworth BT10
Source:[2]

Table[edit]

Place Driver Entrant Car Total
1 Australia Jack Brabham Brabham Racing Organisation Brabham-Cosworth BT10 24
2 New Zealand Denny Hulme Brabham Racing Organisation Brabham-Cosworth BT10 15
3 United Kingdom Alan Rees Roy Winkelmann Racing Brabham-Cosworth BT10 13
4 United Kingdom Jim Clark Ron Harris – Team Lotus Lotus-Cosworth 32 12
5= United Kingdom Richard Attwood Midland Racing Partnership Lola-Cosworth T54
Lola-Cosworth T55
12
United Kingdom Jackie Stewart Ron Harris – Team Lotus Lotus-Cosworth 32
7 United Kingdom Tony Hegbourne Normand Racing Team Ltd Cooper-Cosworth T71 9
8 United Kingdom Peter Procter Ron Harris – Team Lotus Lotus-Cosworth 32 8
9 France Jo Schlesser Ecurie Ford France SA Brabham-Cosworth BT6
Brabham-Cosworth BT10
6
10= United Kingdom Peter Arundell Ron Harris – Team Lotus Lotus-Cosworth 27
Lotus-Cosworth 32
5
United Kingdom Mike Spence Ron Harris – Team Lotus Lotus-Cosworth 27
Lotus-Cosworth 32
Austria Jochen Rindt Ford Motor Co. (Austria) Brabham-Cosworth BT10
13= Australia Frank Gardner John Willment Automobiles Lotus-Cosworth 27
Lotus-Cosworth 32
3
United Kingdom Brian Hart Cosworth Engineering
Ron Harris – Team Lotus
Lotus-Cosworth 32
Australia Paul Hawkins John Willment Automobiles Alexis-Cosworth Mk 4
Lola-Cosworth T55
France José Rosinski Société des Automobiles Alpine Alpine-Renault A270
South Africa Tony Maggs Midland Racing Partnership Lola-Cosworth T54
Lola-Cosworth T55
18= New Zealand Chris Amon Midland Racing Partnership Lola-Cosworth T54 2
United Kingdom Mike Beckwith Normand Racing Team Ltd Cooper-Cosworth T71
Belgium Mauro Bianchi Société des Automobiles Alpine Alpine-Renault A270
Source:[3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Formula 2 1964 - Championship Tables". Formula2.net. Retrieved 2014-01-18. 
  2. ^ "Formula 2 1964 - Race Index". Formula2.net. Retrieved 2014-01-18. 
  3. ^ "Formula 2 Trophées de France formula-2-trophees-de-france 1964 | Motorsport". Driverdb.com. 2009-04-08. Retrieved 2014-01-18. 
  4. ^ "Formula 2 1964 - Championship Tables". Formula2.net. Retrieved 2014-01-18.