1987 British Formula Three season

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1987 British Formula Three season
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The 1987 British Formula Three season was the 37th season of the British Formula Three Championship. Johnny Herbert took the BARC/BRDC Lucas British Formula Three Championship.

BARC/BRDC Lucas British F3 Championship[edit]

Champion: United Kingdom Johnny Herbert

Runner Up: Belgium Bertrand Gachot

National Champion: United Kingdom Gary Dunn [1][2]

Results[edit]

Lucas British Formula Three Championship[edit]

Date Round Circuit Winning driver Winning team Winning car
15/03/87 Rd.1 United Kingdom Thruxton United Kingdom Johnny Herbert Eddie Jordan Racing Reynard 873-Volkswagen
05/04/87 Rd.2 United Kingdom Brands Hatch United Kingdom Johnny Herbert Eddie Jordan Racing Reynard 873-Volkswagen
12/04/87 Rd.3 United Kingdom Silverstone Australia Gary Brabham Jack Brabham Racing Ralt RT31-Volkswagen
20/04/87 Rd.4 United Kingdom Thruxton United Kingdom Johnny Herbert Eddie Jordan Racing Reynard 873-Volkswagen
04/05/87 Rd.5 United Kingdom Silverstone United Kingdom Johnny Herbert Eddie Jordan Racing Reynard 873-Volkswagen
17/05/87 Rd.6 United Kingdom Brands Hatch Belgium Bertrand Gachot West Surrey Racing Ralt RT31-Alfa Romeo
25/05/87 Rd.7 United Kingdom Thruxton Sweden Thomas Danielsson Madgwick Motorsport Reynard 873-Alfa Romeo
07/06/87 Rd.8 United Kingdom Silverstone United Kingdom Johnny Herbert Eddie Jordan Racing Reynard 873-Volkswagen
26/06/87 Rd.9 Netherlands Zandvoort United Kingdom Damon Hill Intersport Racing Ralt RT31-Toyota
05/07/87 Rd.10 United Kingdom Donington Park Switzerland Philippe Favre Reynard R+D Reynard 873-Alfa Romeo
12/07/87 Rd.11 United Kingdom Silverstone Belgium Bertrand Gachot West Surrey Racing Ralt RT31-Alfa Romeo
02/08/87 Rd.12 United Kingdom Snetterton Sweden Thomas Danielsson Madgwick Motorsport Reynard 873-Alfa Romeo
21/08/87 Rd.13 United Kingdom Donington Park Australia Gary Brabham Jack Brabham Racing Ralt RT31-Volkswagen
15/08/87 Rd.14 United Kingdom Oulton Park United Kingdom Martin Donnelly Intersport Racing Ralt RT31-Toyota
31/08/87 Rd.15 United Kingdom Silverstone Sweden Thomas Danielsson Madgwick Motorsport Reynard 873-Alfa Romeo
06/09/87 Rd.16 United Kingdom Brands Hatch United Kingdom Martin Donnelly Intersport Racing Ralt RT31-Toyota
13/09/87 Rd.17 Belgium Spa-Francorchamps United Kingdom Damon Hill Intersport Racing Ralt RT31-Toyota
18/10/87 Rd.18 United Kingdom Thruxton Belgium Bertrand Gachot West Surrey Racing Ralt RT31-Alfa Romeo
Source: [3]

Non-Championship Race[edit]

Date Race Circuit Winning driver Winning team Winning car
11/10/87 Cellnet Superprix United Kingdom Brands Hatch United Kingdom Johnny Herbert Eddie Jordan Racing Reynard-Volkswagen 873
Source: [4]

Championship Tables[edit]

Class A[edit]

Place Driver Entrant Total
1 United Kingdom Johnny Herbert Eddie Jordan Racing 79
2 Belgium Bertrand Gachot West Surrey Racing 64
3 United Kingdom Martin Donnelly Swallow Racing
Intersport Racing
61
4 Sweden Thomas Danielsson Madgwick Motorsport 56
5 United Kingdom Damon Hill Intersport Racing 49
6 Australia Gary Brabham Jack Brabham Racing 37
7 Switzerland Philippe Favre Reynard R+D 23
8 United Kingdom Perry McCarthy Madgwick Motorsport 22
9 United Kingdom Steve Kempton Terropol Promotions
Reynard R+D
18
10 Netherlands Peter Kox Mick Rowe Racing 17
Sweden Niclas Schönström Swallow Racing 17
12 Austria Roland Ratzenberger West Surrey Racing 10
13 United Kingdom Mark Blundell TOM’S GB 6
14 United Kingdom Ross Hockenhull Richard Dutton Racing 3
15 Switzerland Jean-Denis Délétraz KTR Racing 2
United Kingdom Graham de Zille Pegasus Motorsport 2
17 United Kingdom Phil Andrews Isis F3 Racing
Madgwick Motorsport
1
Republic of Ireland Mark Galvin Alan Docking Racing 1
Belgium André Malherbe Sport Auto Racing 1
Brazil Oswaldo Negri Techspeed Racing 1
Source: [5][6]

National Class[edit]

Place Driver Entrant Total
1 United Kingdom Gary Dunn Swallow Racing 138
2 United Kingdom Alastair Lyall Gerard Racing 84
3 United Kingdom Gary Ward RGS Racing 69
4 United Kingdom Peter Boutwood Roger Cowman Racing 19
etc.
Source: [7]

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