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DATE

VENUE

RACE

DRIVER

RESULT

01/01/1965

East London

South African Grand Prix

Jackie Stewart

6th

13/03/1965

Brands Hatch

Race of Champions

Jackie Stewart

2nd

19/04/1965

Goodwood

International Trophy

Jackie Stewart

10th

15/05/1965

Silverstone

International Trophy

Jackie Stewart

1st

30/05/1965

Monte Carlo

Monaco Grand Prix

Jackie Stewart

3rd

13/06/1965

Spa

Belgian Grand Prix

Jackie Stewart

2nd

27/06/1965

Clermont-Ferrand

French Grand Prix

Jackie Stewart

2nd

10/07/1965

Silverstone

British Grand Prix

Jackie Stewart

5th

18/07/1965

Zandvoort

Dutch Grand Prix

Jackie Stewart

2nd

04/08/1965

Nurburgring

German Grand Prix

Jackie Stewart

DNF

12/09/1965

Monza

Italian Grand Prix

Jackie Stewart

1st

03/10/1965

Watkins Glen

United States Grand Prix

Jackie Stewart

DNF

24/10/1965

Mexico City

Mexican Grand Prix

Jackie Stewart

DNS

08/01/1966

Pukekohe (NZ)

New Zealand Grand Prix

Jackie Stewart

DNS

15/01/1966

Levin (NZ)


Jackie Stewart

2nd

15/01/1966

Levin (NZ)

Gold Leak Trophy

Jackie Stewart

DNS

22/01/1966

Christchurch (NZ)

Lady Wigram Trophy

Richard Attwood

1st Heat 1
2nd Heat 2

29/01/1966

Invercargill, Teratonga (NZ)

International Trophy

Richard Attwood

5th Heat 1
DNF Heat 2

22/05/1966

Monta Carlo

Monaco Grand Prix

Jackie Stewart

1st

12/06/1966

Spa

Belgian Grand Prix

Jackie Stewart

Accident

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Starts: 21

Wins: 4

Podiums: 10

NOTES: P261/7

12/09/1965

Jackie Stewart wins his first Grand Prix at Monza with team mate Graham Hill 2nd

22/05/1966

Jackie Stewart wins his first Monaco Grand Prix with team mate Graham Hill 2nd

12/06/1966

At the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps in treacherous conditions Jackie Stewart went off the track at the high speed Masta Kink, hit a telegraph pole and landed in a ditch. He was trapped for nearly 30 minutes in the car in a pool of fuel before team-mate Graham Hill spotted him and abandoned his own race to assist him. After this accident Jackie Stewart began his long battle with Circuit Owners and the Sports authorities to improve the safety of Formula 1 Grand Prix Motor Racing.