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1961 International 100

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1961 International 100

The 1961 International 100 was a motor race staged at the Warwick Farm Motor Racing Circuit in New South Wales, Australia on 29 January 1961. Contested as a Formula Libre race, it was staged over a distance of 101.25 miles (163 km) and was the first annual International 100 race to be held at Warwick Farm.

The race was won by Stirling Moss, driving a Lotus 18 Coventry Climax FPF.

Notes

  • Pole Position: Stirling Moss (Lotus 18 Coventry Climax FPF), 1:39.3
  • Weather: Hot (41 degrees C)
  • Race distance: 45 laps (101.25 miles, 163 km)
  • Entries: 17
  • Starters: 14
  • Finishers: 5
  • Winner's race time: 1 hr 16 min 33.9 sec
  • Fastest lap: Stirling Moss (Lotus 18 Coventry Climax FPF) : 1:40.3
  • References

    1961 International 100 Wikipedia


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