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1961 Lewis Evans Trophy

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Date  1 October 1961
Location  Brands Hatch
Official name  V Lewis-Evans Trophy
Course length  4.265 km (2.65 mi)
Course  Permanent racing facility
Distance  30 laps, 127.943 km (79.5 mi)

The 5th Lewis-Evans Trophy was a motor race, run to Formula One rules, held on 1 October 1961 at Brands Hatch Circuit. The race was run over 30 laps of the circuit, and was dominated by British driver Tony Marsh in a BRM P48.

This Formula One race was unusual in that non-British competitors were not permitted to take part. French driver Bernard Collomb, who had intended to enter the race, decided to lend his car to John Campbell-Jones.

References

1961 Lewis-Evans Trophy Wikipedia


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