@hmdeliaz12 asked 4 months ago.

During the 1960s, how many time did a british driver win the american grand prix?

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@Benjii answered 3 months ago.

Born in Kilmany, Scotland, he won more than one-third of his grands prix and two World Championships before he was tragically killed in a Formula Two race in 1968. Along with Prost, Clark holds the record for most British Grand Prix victories with five. He won four in a row from 1962 to 1965, and again in 1967.

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@isselewadda answered 4 months ago.

Graham Hill won the 1960, 1968 and 1969 US Grand Prix Drivers’ Championships. In 1961, 1962, and 1965 he won the Indianapolis 500, which was part of the FIA World Championship from 1950 to 1960, but not in 1963. He remained the last British driver to win the race until Lewis Hamilton in 2018.
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@lossocillyso answered 4 months ago.

Graham Hill was the only British driver to win the American Grand Prix during the 1960s. He won the race in 1963, and again in 1968. Hill was born in London, but his father was English and his mother was Scottish.
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@illezexess answered 4 months ago.

Graham Hill, Jackie Stewart, and Jim Clark were the three British drivers who won the American Grand Prix during the 1960s. The first British driver to win the American Grand Prix was Graham Hill in 1962, and his win was also the first win for BRM in Formula One.
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