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Surtees fever hits Brooklands

Along with the fiftieth anniversary of Silverstone hosting the British Grand Prix this weekend, there is another historic milestone that is also being celebrated. It has been fifty years since John Surtees won the Formula One World Championship with the iconic Ferrari 158 in 1964. Surtees, who also celebrates his eightieth birthday this year, was back behind the wheel of the car that he won the title with, which was specially brought over to the UK by the Barber Vintage Motorsport Museum, and led a procession of historic cars that chronicle his involvement in racing as a driver and team owner. The parade included the first Team Surtees Cosworth-powered TS7 from 1970, which was driven by a...
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