1968 South African Grand Prix


1968 South African Grand Prix

The 1968 South African Grand Prix was a Formula One race held at Kyalami on January 1, 1968. The race is significant as not only the last Formula One race to be won by two-time World Drivers' Champion and 1965 Indianapolis 500 winner Jim Clark, but also the last in which he ever competed.

Classification

Notes

*Pole position: Jim Clark - 1:21.6
*Fastest lap: Jim Clark - 1:23.7 on lap 73

References

*cite book | last = Lang | first = Mike | title = Grand Prix! Vol 2 | publisher = Haynes Publishing Group | year = 1982 | pages = pp60-61 | isbn = 0-85429-321-3
*cite web | title = The Official Formula 1 website | url = http://www.formula1.com/results/season/1968/549/ | accessdate = 2007-06-13

F1 race report
Name_of_race = South African Grand Prix
Year_of_race = 1968
Previous_race_in_season = 1967 Mexican Grand Prix
Next_race_in_season = 1968 Spanish Grand Prix
Previous_year's_race = 1967 South African Grand Prix
Next_year's_race = 1969 South African Grand Prix


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