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1964 Syracuse Grand Prix

Italy  1964 Syracuse Grand Prix
Race details
Non-Championship race in the 1964 Formula One season
Date 12 April 1964
Official name XIII Gran Premio di Siracusa
Location Syracuse Circuit, Syracuse, Sicily
Course Permanent racing facility
5.612 km (3.487 mi)
Distance 56 (reduced to 40) laps, 224.47 km (139.48 mi)
Weather Wet
Pole position
Driver Italy Lorenzo Bandini Ferrari
Time 1:50.5
Fastest lap
Driver Italy Lorenzo Bandini Ferrari
Time 1:53.9
Podium
First United Kingdom John Surtees Ferrari
Second Italy Lorenzo Bandini Ferrari
Third United Kingdom Mike Spence
United Kingdom Peter Arundell
Lotus-Climax

The 13th Syracuse Grand Prix was a motor race, run to Formula One rules, held on 12 April 1964 at Syracuse Circuit, Sicily. The race was run over 40 laps of the circuit, reduced from the original race distance of 56 laps due to bad weather, after lobbying from Jo Bonnier on behalf of the GPDA. The race was won easily by British driver John Surtees in a Ferrari 158.

Jo Siffert was injured in a crash during the practice sessions, in which he rolled his Lotus 24.

During the race, Peter Arundell's Lotus developed gearbox trouble, and he swapped cars with Mike Spence. Arundell took the healthy Lotus to third place after a close fight with Lorenzo Bandini, while Spence retired the other one soon after the swap.

Results

Pos Driver Entrant Constructor Time/Retired Grid
1 United Kingdom John Surtees SEFAC Ferrari Ferrari 1.19:51.8 2
2 Italy Lorenzo Bandini SEFAC Ferrari Ferrari + 37.3 s 1
3 United Kingdom Mike Spence / Peter Arundell Team Lotus Lotus-Climax + 37.4 s 13
4 Sweden Jo Bonnier Rob Walker Racing Team Cooper-Climax + 1:09.2 s 6
5 New Zealand Chris Amon Reg Parnell (Racing) Lotus-BRM + 1:19.4 s 4
6 United States Masten Gregory Scuderia Centro Sud BRM 39 laps 12
7 United Kingdom Mike Hailwood Reg Parnell (Racing) Lotus-BRM 39 laps 3
8 United Kingdom Ian Raby Ian Raby (Racing) Brabham-BRM 36 laps 7
9 United Kingdom Jackie Epstein Epstein-Eyre Racing Team BRM 33 laps 14
Ret Switzerland Jean-Claude Rudaz Fabre Urbain Cooper-Climax Suspension 10
Ret Italy Giancarlo Baghetti Scuderia Centro Sud BRM Electrics 15
Ret United Kingdom Peter Arundell / Mike Spence Team Lotus Lotus-Climax Gearbox 11
Ret Belgium André Pilette Equipe Scirocco Belge Scirocco-Climax Gear linkage 8
Ret United States Peter Revson Revson Racing (America) Lotus-BRM Accident 9
DNS Switzerland Jo Siffert Siffert Racing Team Lotus-BRM Practice accident (5)
DNQ Switzerland André Wicky André Wicky Lotus-BRM -
WD Netherlands Carel Godin de Beaufort Ecurie Maarsbergen Porsche -
WD United Kingdom Bob Anderson DW Racing Enterprises Brabham-Climax Car not delivered -
  • The first session practice times for Arundell and Spence were disallowed as punishment for missing scrutineering. The first session was dry, and the second was wet, so their times in the wet resulted in their low grid positions.

References

  • "The Grand Prix Who's Who", Steve Small, 1995.
  • "The Formula One Record Book", John Thompson, 1974.
  • Race results at www.silhouet.com [1]


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