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1957 British Grand Prix

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Date  20 July 1957
Course length  4.828 km (3.000 mi)
1957 British Grand Prix
Official name  X RAC British Grand Prix XVII Grand Prix d'Europe
Location  Aintree Circuit, Liverpool, England
Course  Permanent racing facility
Distance  90 laps, 434.52 km (270.00 mi)

The 1957 British Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held on 20 July 1957 at the Aintree Circuit, near Liverpool. It was the tenth British Grand Prix, and the fifth World Championship race of the 1957 Formula One season. The race was won by Stirling Moss and Tony Brooks, who shared driving duties in a Vanwall. It was the third and final time that a Grand Prix had been won by two drivers in a shared car. This was the first occasion that a British-built car won a World Drivers' Championship race, a feat achieved with two British drivers at their home Grand Prix.

Contents

Shared drives

  • Car #20: Tony Brooks (26 laps) and Stirling Moss (64 laps). They shared the 8 points for first place
  • Car #16: Maurice Trintignant (85 laps) and Peter Collins (3 laps). Trintignant received all 3 points for fourth place as it was determined that Collins did not drive a significant number of laps.
  • Car #18: Stirling Moss (25 laps) and Tony Brooks (26 laps).
  • Championship standings after the race

    Drivers' Championship standings
  • Note: Only the top five positions are included.
  • References

    1957 British Grand Prix Wikipedia


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