International races from 1967: You were there

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Our recent feature on 1967 prompted Julian Nowell to recall his trips that wonderful season – two UK F1 meets plus one of the great sports car races. And all reached by bus and shanks’ pony

Ferrari of Ludovico Scarfiotti at Brands Hatch in 1967

Ludovico Scarfiotti guns his Ferrari out of the Brands paddock tunnel after the Race of Champions. And those are pedestrians behind. Different times…



Chaparral’s only visit to Britain featured the 2F tackling the BOAC 500, Phil Hill and Mike Spence taking its single victory

Ferrari of Chris Amon at Silverstone in 1967

For a youthful Nowell, ’67 brought two chances to see the works Ferraris: this is Chris Amon, below, at Silverstone, back in the UK for the GP

1967 Brands Hatch race programme

Triple-headers aren’t new. In ’67 you got two F1 heats plus a final and two saloon events. Scarfiotti and Bandini signed Julian’s card at the Shell pumps

Graham Hill at Brands Hatch in 1967

Graham Hill strides out to his F1 Lotus at the GP, having only had a works Cortina to race at Brands Hatch


Four BRMs appeared for the British GP with the unwieldy H16 – and two finished! Sadly for Stewart, his wasn’t one of them

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