Formula 1 1967 Canadian Grand Prix

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1967-08-27
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Mosport International Raceway
Jack Brabham
Jim Clark

The 1967 Canadian Grand Prix was won by Jack Brabham of Brabham-Repco.
Despite being on pole position in Canada, Jim Clark could not convert this into a win.
Clark was forced to retire in lap 69 due to: Ignition.

The race in Canada was round 8 of 11 of the 1967 season.

 

1967 Canadian Grand Prix

The 1967 Canadian Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Mosport Park in Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada on August 27, 1967. The 90-lap contest was race 8 of 11 in both the 1967 World Championship of Drivers and the 1967 International Cup for Formula One Manufacturers. It was won by Jack Brabham driving for his own Brabham team. This was the first Canadian Grand Prix to have World Championship status.

Having already changed his battery on the grid, losing six laps, local driver Al Pease spun his private Eagle-Climax and stalled out on the circuit during the race, and suffered another flat battery. He ran back to the pits for a new one, ran back to the car, fitted the battery himself and continued. He was still running at the finish, albeit 43 laps down on Brabham.


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