- 1964 Formula One season
Previous = 1963
Current = 1964
Next = 1965The 1964 Formula One season included the 15th
FIA Formula OneWorld Championship season, which commenced on May 10and ended on October 25after ten races.
The championship, fiercely contested by
Jim Clark, John Surteesand Graham Hill, was decided at the Mexican Grand Prix when Hill was delayed after a collision with Lorenzo Bandini's Ferrari. Clark was forced to stop with an oil leak on the last lap, and Ferrari signalled Bandini to let Surtees through into the second place which gave him the championship by one point from Hill. Honda made a low-key debut in grand prix racing with the American driver Ronnie Bucknum, and Maurice Trintignantretired at the age of 47 after one of the longest world championship careers.
* Only best 6 results counted toward the championship. Hill scored 41 points during the year, but only 39 points were counted toward the championship. Surtees scored 40 points, all of which counted toward the championship. Thus, Surtees became the World Champion, although he did not score most points over the course of the year.
1964 Grand Prix Points Best 5 drivers
Non-Championship race results
Other Formula One races were also held in 1964, which did not count towards the World Championship.
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