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 3 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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