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1966 Canadian Grand Prix

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Date  September 24, 1966
Distance  88 laps, 336 km ( mi)
Course length  3.95 km ( mi)
1966 Canadian Grand Prix
Location  Mosport Park, Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada
Course  Permanent racing facility
Weather  Cold with temperatures approaching 13.9 °C (57.0 °F); wind speeds up to 18.1 kilometres per hour (11.2 mph)

The 1966 Canadian Grand Prix was a motor race held at Mosport Park on September 24, 1966, held for Sports cars eligible to Can-Am Series regulations and had 30 starters. It was the sixth Canadian Grand Prix and like all previous races was a sports car race. The race doubled as round three of the 1966 Can-Am Series. The race was won by Penske driver Mark Donohue by two laps over Chaparral driver Phil Hill.


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1966 Canadian Grand Prix Wikipedia

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