When F1 teams raced for free

When F1 teams raced for free

Every facet of modern Formula 1 is deeply professional, but it wasn't always this way. Fifty years ago a race at Oulton Park offered F1 at its most basic

Fifty years ago the British Formula 1 fan was very well served. If the 1967 season began at New Year, at Kyalami, and continued at Monaco in early May, in the interim no fewer than three non-championship races were run, all of them in the UK.

At Brands Hatch, Dan Gurney's Eagle narrowly beat Lorenzo Bandini's Ferrari in the Race of Champions, and at Silverstone Maranello's sole representative Mike Parkes won the Daily Express Trophy from Jack's Brabham.

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