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Paul Hawkins, F1 driver


12 October 1937
26 May 1969 (31)
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9th (1965 South African Grand Prix)
14th (1965 Monaco Grand Prix)
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1965 South African Grand Prix
1965 German Grand Prix

about Paul Hawkins

Robert Paul Hawkins (12 October 1937 – 26 May 1969) was an Australian motor racing driver. The son of a racing motorcyclist-turned-church minister, Hawkins was a capable single-seater driver but really made his mark as an outstanding sports car competitor driving Ford GT40s and Lola T70s. In 1969 Hawkins was included in the FIA list of graded drivers, an elite group of 27 drivers who by their achievements were rated the best in the world.

Hawkins was hugely popular and known as Hawkeye; the son of a gentleman of the cloth he was a colourful character with a wide colourful vocabulary. He was also famous for being one of two racers to crash into the harbour at the Monaco Grand Prix.

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1965 David Prophet
Jim Clark
Mike Spence
Neville Lederle
Ernie Pieterse
Clive Puzey
Brian Gubby
Gerhard Mitter
Giacomo Russo
Moisés Solana
Brabham-Ford compare 1965


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Over the United States Grand Prix weekend last month, it emerged that F1 was planning to launch its own all-female racing series as early as next year, serving as a potential feeder series into Formula 3 and Formula 2.
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