1964 Formula One season facts for kids
The 1964 Formula One season crowned as champion John Surtees.
|1||Monaco Grand Prix||May 10||Monaco||Graham Hill||BRM||Report|
|2||Dutch Grand Prix||May 24||Zandvoort||Jim Clark||Lotus-Climax||Report|
|3||Belgian Grand Prix||June 14||Spa-Francorchamps||Jim Clark||Lotus-Climax||Report|
|4||French Grand Prix||June 28||Rouen-Les-Essarts||Dan Gurney||Brabham-Climax||Report|
|5||British Grand Prix||July 11||Brands Hatch||Jim Clark||Lotus-Climax||Report|
|6||German Grand Prix||August 2||Nürburgring||John Surtees||Ferrari||Report|
|7||Austrian Grand Prix||August 23||Zeltweg||Lorenzo Bandini||Ferrari||Report|
|8||Italian Grand Prix||September 6||Monza||John Surtees||Ferrari||Report|
|9||United States Grand Prix||October 4||Watkins Glen||Graham Hill||BRM||Report|
|10||Mexican Grand Prix||October 25||Hermanos Rodriguez||Dan Gurney||Brabham-Climax||Report|
1964 Drivers Championship final standings
- Only best 6 results counted toward the championship. Hill scored 41 points during the year, but only 39 points were counted toward the championship. Surtees scored 40 points, all of which counted toward the championship. Thus, Surtees became the World Champion, although he did not score most points over the course of the year.
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