1974 BRDC International Trophy

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1974 BRDC International Trophy
Non-championship race in the 1974 Formula One season
The Silverstone circuit in 1974.
The Silverstone circuit in 1974.
Race details
Date 7 April 1974
Official name 26th Daily Express International Trophy[1]
Location Silverstone Circuit, Northamptonshire
Course Permanent racing facility
Course length 4.7105 km (2.9629 mi)
Distance 40 laps, 188.42 km (118.51 mi)
Weather Dry
Pole position
Driver Hesketh-Ford
Time 1:16.7
Fastest lap
Driver United Kingdom James Hunt Hesketh-Ford
Time 1:17.6
Podium
First Hesketh-Ford
Second Surtees-Ford
Third Shadow-Ford

The 26th BRDC International Trophy was a non-championship Formula One race held at Silverstone on 7 April 1974. The 40-lap race was run in connection with a Formula 5000 event, and was won from pole position by James Hunt, driving a Hesketh-Ford, with Jochen Mass second in a Surtees-Ford and Jean-Pierre Jarier third in a Shadow-Ford.

Classification[edit]

Note: a blue background indicates a Formula 5000 entrant.

Pos Driver Constructor Laps Time/Ret. Grid
1 United Kingdom James Hunt Hesketh-Ford 40 52:35.4 1
2 Germany Jochen Mass Surtees-Ford 40 + 37.0 3
3 France Jean-Pierre Jarier Shadow-Ford 40 + 59.2 10
4 France Henri Pescarolo BRM 40 + 59.4 8
5 France François Migault BRM 40 + 1:18.5 6
6 New Zealand John Nicholson Lyncar-Ford 39 + 1 Lap 18
7 United Kingdom Peter Gethin Chevron-Chevrolet 39 + 1 Lap 11
8 United Kingdom Brian Redman Ensign-Ford 39 + 1 Lap 9
9 United Kingdom Guy Edwards Lola-Ford 39 + 1 Lap 15
10 Belgium Teddy Pilette Chevron-Chevrolet 39 + 1 Lap 21
11 Japan Noritake Takahara March-Ford 39 + 1 Lap 14
12 United Kingdom Tony Dean Chevron-Chevrolet 39 + 1 Lap 19
13 Italy Lella Lombardi Lola-Chevrolet 39 + 1 Lap 23
14 United Kingdom Richard Robarts Brabham-Ford 39 + 1 Lap 12
Ret Denmark Tom Belsø Lola-Chevrolet 38 Out of Fuel 24
Ret United Kingdom Ian Ashley Lola-Chevrolet 37 Out of Fuel 20
NC United Kingdom Damien Magee Lola-Chevrolet 35 + 5 Laps 25
NC United Kingdom Mike Wilds March-Chevrolet 35 + 5 Laps 16
Ret United Kingdom Graham Hill Lola-Ford 35 Accident 7
Ret Sweden Ronnie Peterson Lotus-Ford 30 Engine 2
Ret New Zealand Denny Hulme McLaren-Ford 19 Clutch 5
Ret United Kingdom Tom Pryce Token-Ford 16 Gearbox 32
Ret United Kingdom Clive Santo Lola-Chevrolet 13 Engine 31
Ret Netherlands Roelof Wunderink Chevron-Chevrolet 10 Engine 30
Ret United Kingdom Brian Robinson McLaren-Ford 5 Engine 29
Ret United Kingdom Mike Hailwood McLaren-Ford 5 Engine 4
DNS United Kingdom David Hobbs Lola-Chevrolet 13
DNS United Kingdom Keith Holland Trojan-Chevrolet 17
DNS United Kingdom Bob Evans Lola-Chevrolet 22
DNS Australia Vern Schuppan Trojan-Chevrolet 26
DNS Australia Brian McGuire Trojan-Chevrolet 27
DNS New Zealand Chris Amon Amon-Ford 28

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Motor Racing Programme Covers: 1974". The Programme Covers Project. Retrieved 28 October 2017.


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