Harvey's Celebrates the 1960's Grand Prix Decade!
Harvey, being from Australia, has always been interested in Grand Prix or Formula 1 racing (after all there have been several F1 world champions from Down Under).
This 2021 Calendar has illustrations for all 10 Champions cars, as well as 2 other significant cars of the decade (there are 12 months in a year you know).
The 1960's, the second decade of the world championship, was a tumultuous decade that featured:
- Jack Brabham wins 1960 championship, in last year of 2.5 liter engine size, driving a Cooper-Climax
- Engine displacement change from 2.5 liters to 1.5 liters for 1961
- Phil Hill becomes the first American to win the championship, driving for Ferrari in 1961
- Graham Hill wins championship for BRM in 1962
- Dan Gurney wins the French Grand Prix for Porsche. The only win for Porsche as a constructor
- The introduction of the revolutionary Lotus 25 which Jim Clark drove to the championship in 1963
- John Surtees wins championship in 1964, becoming the first driver to win both the World Motorcycle and Formula 1 titles
- Jim Clark wins 7 of 10 races, on his way to the 1965 championship, driving a Lotus 33-Climax
- Engine displacement change from 1.5 liters to 3 liters for 1966
- Jack Brabham wins the 1966 championship, driving a Brabham-Repco, to became the first driver to win a world championship in a car bearing his own name.
- Denny Hulme wins the 1967 championship driving a Brabham-Repco
- Dan Gurney wins the 1967 Spa race driving an Eagle-Westlake. A car of his own design and construction
- Graham Hill wins the 1968 championship driving a Lotus 49B with the new Cosworth DFV V8 engine
- Jackie Stewart dominates the 1969 season, wining 6 races, driving a Matra-Ford
Use this calendar to keep track of the days in 2021.
Price Reduced - Even though the year is partly over - you still get 12 pictures
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