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This volume (published in 1994) covers the 1965 to 1969 period. 1965 was the final season of the 1.5 litre formula, which was replaced by a 3000cc limit. The slogan for the new formula was “the return to power”. It was a good slogan and Grand Prix racing was in for some good times. Formula Two was also very strong with Grand Prix drivers regularly

taking part. Anyone could buy a Brabham or a Tecno or whatever, and have a real chance of beating Rindt or Stewart.
At 354 pages the book contains, for the majority of races, full statistics including entry lists with starting numbers and chassis numbers of cars. A starting grid and full results are also included together with a brief description of the race. All races run to Formula One and Two regulations, however minor, have been included

South African Formula 1 Championship 1960 – 1975


In 1999 the Formula One Register published Peter MacIntosh and Paul Sheldon’s book “A Record of South African Formula 1 Racing”. This provided a magnificent source of hard-to-find entries, grids and results but was less robust on car identities. Over the ensuing 20 years much effort has been put into the latter and an updated version is now available.

Please note that these races have already been incorporated in the 2nd Editions of the “A Record of Grand Prix and Voiturette Racing” series so this book is only likely to be of interest to those relying on the first editions.

The format of this book is the same as previous Formula One Register publications. Each race covered has an entry list including most chassis numbers, a short race report, grid positions, full results with race times as far as it has been possible to ascertain them. However, it must be noted that there are no photographs.

A copy of this record is available on a print-to-order basis. The book runs to over 250 pages and is delivered hard bound. It retails at £60 + £4.50 post & packing in the UK. Rest of Europe P&P £16.60 and USA £23. Please contact us for a quote for other countries.