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Reg Parnell Racing

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Full name
Reg Parnell Racing

Races entered

Reg Parnell

Noted staff
Reg Parnell Tim Parnell

Noted drivers
Chris Amon Mike Hailwood Tony Brooks Phil Hill John Surtees Richard Attwood Mike Spence Piers Courage Chris Irwin Roy Salvadori

First entry
1959 British Grand Prix

Reg Parnell Racing was a privateer Formula One team during the 1950s and 1960s. The team was founded by ex-Formula One driver Reg Parnell after he retired from racing. Between 1960 and 1963 the team raced as Yeoman Credit Racing. The team's best results were a pair of second places in the British Grand Prix and the German Grand Prix of 1962. John Surtees also took pole for the team at the 1962 Dutch Grand Prix.

Formula One World Championship results

(key) (Results in bold indicate pole position; results in italics indicate fastest lap; † indicates shared drive.)

‡ At the 1964 Austrian Grand Prix Amon used a car borrowed from Team Lotus with Climax V8 engine.


Reg Parnell Racing Wikipedia

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