1967 Canadian Grand Prix

As part of the celebrations for the Canadian Centennial Year, the FIA sanctioned a Formula One race to take place on the 3.956km. Mosport circuit just outside Toronto. The Canadian Grand Prix looks as if for the time being it may be just a “one-off” race for it is not included in next year’s calendar.

Sandwiched as it was between the German and Italian classics, this race created travel problems and threw the expense of transporting the Grand Prix circus firmly on to the shoulders of the Canadian Racing Drivers’ Association and the Imperial Tobacco Company.

Eighteen cars were entered. Brabham had BT24/1 and 2 for Brabham and Hulme, neither car being any different from the recent victory at the Nurburgring.

Race Results

Qualifying

Circuit - Mosport Park

Country

Canada

Location

Bowmanville, Ontario

Type

Permanent road course

Length

2.459 (Miles)

Record

Marco Werner (Audi R10 TDI), 1m05.823, 134.488 mph, ALMS Sports Cars, 2008

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