Formula 1 1958 Moroccan Grand Prix

data

1958-10-19
11
Ain Diab
Stirling Moss
Mike Hawthorn

The 1958 Moroccan Grand Prix was won by Stirling Moss of Vanwall.
Despite being on pole position in Morocco, Mike Hawthorn could not convert this into a win.

The race in Morocco was the last of 11 rounds of the 1958 season.

 

results

# driver constructor laps time points
1 53 2:09:15.1 9
2 53 +1:24.7 6
3 53 +1:25.5 4
4 53 +1:46.7 3
5 53 +2:33.7 2
6 52 +1 Lap 0
7 51 +2 Laps 0
8 50 +3 Laps 0
9 50 +3 Laps 0
10 49 +4 Laps 0
11 49 +4 Laps 0
12 48 +5 Laps 0
13 48 +5 Laps 0
14 48 +5 Laps 0
15 48 +5 Laps 0
16 45 +7 Laps 0
41 Accident 0
31 Accident 0
30 Accident 0
29 Accident 0
29 Engine 0
26 Engine 0
15 Engine 0
15 Accident 0
9 Engine 0

grid

# driver constructor time
1 Mike Hawthorn Ferrari
2 Stirling Moss Vanwall
3 Stuart Lewis-Evans Vanwall
4 Jean Behra BRM
5 Phil Hill Ferrari
6 Olivier Gendebien Ferrari
7 Tony Brooks Vanwall
8 Jo Bonnier BRM
9 Maurice Trintignant Cooper
10 Harry Schell BRM
11 Jack Fairman Cooper
12 Graham Hill Team Lotus
13 Masten Gregory Maserati
14 Roy Salvadori Cooper
15 Ron Flockhart BRM
16 Cliff Allison Team Lotus
17 Gerino Gerini Maserati
18 Hans Herrmann Maserati
19 Jack Brabham Cooper
20 Wolfgang Seidel Cooper
21 Bruce McLaren Cooper
22 Tom Bridger Cooper
23 Robert La Caze Cooper
24 François Picard Cooper
25 André Guelfi Cooper

1958 Moroccan Grand Prix

The 1958 Moroccan Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Ain-Diab Circuit, Casablanca on 19 October 1958, after a six-week break following the Italian Grand Prix. It was race 11 of 11 in the 1958 World Championship of Drivers and race 10 of 10 in the 1958 International Cup for Formula One Manufacturers. As of 2016 it was the only time Morocco has hosted a World Championship Grand Prix.

Mike Hawthorn (Ferrari) started from pole position, but Stirling Moss won the race driving for Vanwall. Hawthorn finished second which secured him the World Drivers' Championship. Phil Hill was third, also for Ferrari.

Vanwall made sure of the World Constructors' Championship and both this and Hawthorn's drivers' title were firsts for British teams or drivers.

The race was notable for an accident involving Stuart Lewis-Evans, who died six days later from the burns he sustained.


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