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1969 Australian Grand Prix

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Date  2 February 1969
Course length  2.411 km (1.498 mi)
1969 Australian Grand Prix
Official name  XXXIV Australian Grand Prix
Location  Lakeside Raceway, Brisbane, Queensland
Course  Permanent racing facility
Distance  67 laps, 161.537 km (100.366 mi)

The 1969 Australian Grand Prix was a race held at Lakeside International Raceway on 2 February 1969. It was the thirty fourth Australian Grand Prix and doubled as round five of the 1969 Tasman Series. Chris Amon started the race on pole while and drove the fastest race lap on his way to a team 1-2 victory with British team mate Derek Bell. Leo Geoghegan was the first of the domestic based drivers home in third position. Amon also won the 1969 Tasman Series.

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References

1969 Australian Grand Prix Wikipedia


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