1966 British Sports Car Championship season

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1966 British Sports Car Championship season
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The 1966 British Sports Car Championship was the third season of the British Sports Car Championship. The season was dominated by Brabham's Formula One driver, Denny Hulme, by winning the first five races of the season, abroad Sidney Taylor's Lola T70 Mk2. This model of car was also victorious in the remaining two races, in the safe hands of the 1964 World Champion, John Surtees.[1][2]

Results[edit]

Round Date Circuit Winning driver Team Winning car
Rd. 1 8 April Snetterton New Zealand Denny Hulme Sid Taylor Lola T70 Mk.2-Chevrolet
Rd. 2 29 April Oulton Park New Zealand Denny Hulme Sidney Taylor Lola T70 Mk.2-Chevrolet
Rd. 3 14 May Silverstone New Zealand Denny Hulme Sidney Taylor Racing Lola T70 Mk.2-Chevrolet
Rd. 4 28 May Mallory Park New Zealand Denny Hulme Sidney Taylor Racing Lola T70 Mk.2-Chevrolet
Rd. 5 9 July Silverstone New Zealand Denny Hulme Sidney Taylor Racing Lola T70 Mk.2-Chevrolet
Rd. 6 14 August Croft United Kingdom John Surtees Team Surtees Lola T70 Mk.2-Chevrolet
Rd. 7 29 August Brands Hatch United Kingdom John Surtees Team Surtees Lola T70 Mk.2-Chevrolet
Source: [3][2]

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