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British
1 November 1936 (82)
Arthur Legat (1 November 1898)
Ken Miles (1 November 1918)
Bob Veith (1 November 1926)
Ted Whiteaway (1 November 1928)

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4th (1961 Italian Grand Prix)
7th (1962 Dutch Grand Prix)
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11
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3 (0.3 points per race avg)
6 (54.5%)
1961 Belgian Grand Prix
1962 German Grand Prix

about Jackie Lewis

Jackie Lewis (born 1 November 1936 in Stroud, Gloucestershire) is a British former racing driver, born in England to a Welsh family.


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seasons

1961, 1962,

finishing positions

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teams & teammates

season teammate
1961 John Surtees
Jack Brabham
Bruce McLaren
Masten Gregory
Bernard Collomb
Roy Salvadori
John Campbell-Jones
Ian Burgess
Renato Pirocchi
Geoff Duke
Jack Fairman
Alfonso Thiele
Menato Boffa
Walt Hansgen
Hap Sharp
Roger Penske
Cooper-Climax compare 1961
1962 Bruce McLaren
Tony Maggs
Ian Burgess
Bernard Collomb
Hap Sharp
Timmy Mayer
John Love
Graham Hill
Richie Ginther
Tony Marsh
Gerry Ashmore
Bruce Johnstone
Cooper-Climax compare 1962

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