| 16 July 1960|
4.711 km (2.927 mi)
| Permanent road course|
| XIII RAC British Grand Prix|
Silverstone Circuit, Northants., England
77 laps, 362.75 km (225.40 mi)
The 1960 British Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at the Silverstone Circuit, Northamptonshire, England, on 16 July 1960. The race was the seventh round of the 1960 Formula One season, the final Formula One season run to the 2.5 litre maximum engine displacement rules which had been in place since 1954. The race was won by reigning World Champion Jack Brabham and Innes Ireland finished in third place. Between the two, multiple motorcycle Grand Prix World Champion John Surtees (in only his second ever Formula One Grand Prix) took second place.
1960 British Grand Prix Wikipedia
* Lance Reventlow and Chuck Daigh were entered with the same vehicle following extensive damage to their Scarab cars at the preceding French Grand Prix. Daigh proved the faster during practice and so Reventlow was withdrawn.Notes: Only the top five positions are included for both sets of standings.