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U.S. Grand Prix                                     B.A.R.C. Goodwood                                  6-hr Brands Hatch

U.S. Grand Prix

JACK BRABHAM in his own car leading Gurney in the Porsche flat-8 during the closing laps of the U.S. G.P.  The Porsche was sounding a little off-tune and was having great difficulty holding the Brabham.

WORLD CHAMPION ? ? – Jimmy Clark has only to drive his Lotus 25 like this at the South African G.P. to win the Championship, for 1st place there will give him the 9 points he requires.

HILL’S B.R.M. leading Jimmy Clark in. the U.S. G.P. This state of affairs lasted for only a few laps, then the Lotus driver went into the lead, where he stayed.

RAPID AMERICANS — Ginther (B.R.M.) and Gurney (Porsche) about to lap de Beaufort’s old Porsche. Ginther retired early, as did de Beaufort, but Gurney finished fifth.

LEADING FIVE.— On the opening lap Clark led G. Hill, Ginther, Gurney and Brabham. Here they are going into the righthander before the pits. The white line in the foreground is the start of the pit road which cuts the corner and is separated by a greensward and safty fence.

FOLLOW MY LEADER THROUGH THE WOODs ! — Bonnier’s Porsche leads T. Taylor’s Lotus 25, Maggs’ Cooper and Surtees’ Lola in the U.S. G.P. at Watkins Glen.

25 AMONGST THE 24s — Clark’s “Monocoque” Lotus sandwiched between Ireland’s U.D.T. Lotus-Climax and behind Gregory’s Lotus-B.R.M.

6-hr Brands and B.A.R.C. Goodwood

THE ALEY/HULME Mini-Cooper slips inside the Rapiers of Harper and Jopp.

SECOND JAGUAR —The consistently driven 3.8 of Germans LindnerINocker passes the wheel-less Ford Super Anglia of Mike Costin.

MOTOR SPORT Brooklands Memorial Trophy winner  Tony Hegbourne holds the Trophy and £75 cheque which he has just received from Dixon Cade (right). Also in the picture are Bob Burnard (third), David Eva (second), and MOTOR SPORT’S Michael Twite.

WINNER of the MOTOR SPORT Trophy, Tony Hegbourne holds off Addicott’s Lotus-Buick.

SECOND in the MOTOR SPORT Trophy, David Eva has now settled down to some fast and consistent driving.

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