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1967 German Grand Prix

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1967 German Grand Prix
Circuit Nürburgring-1967-Nordschleife.svg
Race details
Date August 6, 1967
Official name XXIX Großer Preis von Deutschland
Location Nürburgring
Nürburg, West Germany
Course Permanent racing facility
Course length 22.835 km (14.189 mi)
Distance 15 laps, 342.525 km (212.835 mi)
Weather Warm, dry and sunny
Pole position
Driver Lotus-Ford
Time 8:04.1
Fastest lap
Driver United States Dan Gurney Eagle-Weslake
Time 8:15.1 on lap 6
First Brabham-Repco
Second Brabham-Repco
Third Ferrari
Lap leaders

The 1967 German Grand Prix was a motor race for both Formula One and Formula Two cars held at the Nürburgring on August 6, 1967. It was race 7 of 11 in both the 1967 World Championship of Drivers and the 1967 International Cup for Formula One Manufacturers. The 15-lap race was won by Brabham driver Denny Hulme after he started from second position. His teammate Jack Brabham finished second and Ferrari driver Chris Amon came in third.

There had been some changes to the track in an attempt to slow the cars down as they approached the pit area. However, it was clear that the cars had developed considerably over 12 months, so the changes had very little effect on the lap times.[1]



A total of 16 F1 cars were entered for the event. As with the 1966 event, there were a field of 10 Formula Two cars. Amongst these F2 cars number of stars of tomorrow including Jacky Ickx and Jo Schlesser in their Matras. Among the field were two wooden-chassis Protos. Apart from the F2 entries, the field was much as usual except for a second Lola-BMW for Hubert Hahne. As this had a 2-litre engine, it was entered as a F1 car.[1]


Jim Clark took pole position for Team Lotus, in their Cosworth DFV powered Lotus 49, averaging a speed of 105.598 mph, around 14.189 mile circuit. Clark was nearly 10 seconds faster than the next driver, Denny Hulme in the Brabham-Repco BT24. Third fastest was set by Ickx in his F2 Matra. As this was a Formula Two car, Ickx would have to start behind the main grid. Therefore, alongside Clark and Hulme on the four car front row was the BRM P115 of Jackie Stewart and Dan Gurney’s Eagle-Weslake T1G. The second Eagle of McLaren headed up the second row, where he was joined by John Surtees in his Honda RA273 and Jack Brabham in his Brabham-Repco BT24.[1]


Clark converted his pole position into an early lead, while his Team Lotus team-mate Graham Hill was pushed from his grid position of 13th, onto some grass, restarting the back of the field, behind the F2 cars. Clark stayed ahead Hulme and Gurney for the first three laps of the race. On the fourth lap, Clark dramatically slowed, his suspension having buckled, and so ended his race. Hill managed his Lotus up to tenth before mechanical troubles eventually put him out of the race.[1]

Immediately Gurney passed Hulme for the lead, while Brabham was third after McLaren retired with a split oil pipe. Ickx continued to impress. He was now up to fifth, behind Stewart. The Scotsman overtook Brabham, only to encounter transmission problems, and so Ickx moved up to fourth. Shortly after this, the Ferrari of Chris Amon closed up and passed the F2 Matra. By lap 12, Ickx was also out of the race, following the collapse of this front suspension. On the next lap, the universal joint on a driveshaft broke for the race leader, Gurney. Hulme took the lead to win from his team-mate Brabham and fellow Kiwi, Amon.[1]



Pos No Driver Constructor Time Gap
1 3 United Kingdom Jim Clark LotusFord 8:04.1
2 2 New Zealand Denny Hulme BrabhamRepco 8:13.5 +9.4
3 11 United Kingdom Jackie Stewart BRM 8:15.2 +11.1
4 9 United States Dan Gurney EagleWeslake 8:17.7 +13.6
5 10 New Zealand Bruce McLaren EagleWeslake 8:17.7 +13.6
6 7 United Kingdom John Surtees Honda 8:18.2 +14.1
7 1 Australia Jack Brabham BrabhamRepco 8:18.9 +14.8
8 8 New Zealand Chris Amon Ferrari 8:20.4 +16.3
9 5 Austria Jochen Rindt CooperMaserati 8:20.9 +16.8
10 6 Mexico Pedro Rodríguez CooperMaserati 8:22.2 +18.1
11 12 United Kingdom Mike Spence BRM 8:26.5 +22.4
12 14 Switzerland Jo Siffert CooperMaserati 8:31.4 +27.3
13 4 United Kingdom Graham Hill LotusFord 8:31.7 +27.6
14 17 West Germany Hubert Hahne LolaBMW 8:32.8 +28.7
15 18 United Kingdom Chris Irwin BRM 8:41.6 +37.5
16 16 Sweden Jo Bonnier CooperMaserati 8:47.8 +43.7
17 15 France Guy Ligier BrabhamRepco 9:14.4 +1:10.3


Pos No Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 2 New Zealand Denny Hulme Brabham-Repco 15 2:05:55.7 2 9
2 1 Australia Jack Brabham Brabham-Repco 15 + 38.5 7 6
3 8 New Zealand Chris Amon Ferrari 15 + 39.0 8 4
4 7 United Kingdom John Surtees Honda 15 + 2:25.7 6 3
5 24 United Kingdom Jackie Oliver Lotus-Ford 15 + 5:30.7 19
6 16 Sweden Jo Bonnier Cooper-Maserati 15 + 8:42.1 16 2
7 22 United Kingdom Alan Rees Brabham-Ford 15 + 8:47.9 20
8 15 France Guy Ligier Brabham-Repco 14 + 1 Lap 17 1
9 18 United Kingdom Chris Irwin BRM 13 + 2 Laps 15  
10 27 United Kingdom David Hobbs Lola-BMW 13 + 2 Laps 22
11 6 Mexico Pedro Rodríguez Cooper-Maserati 13 + 2 Laps 10  
Ret 9 United States Dan Gurney Eagle-Weslake 12 Halfshaft 4  
Ret 29 Belgium Jacky Ickx Matra-Ford 12 Suspension 18
NC 25 United Kingdom Brian Hart Protos-Ford 12 +3 Laps 25
Ret 14 Switzerland Jo Siffert Cooper-Maserati 12 Fuel pump 12  
Ret 4 United Kingdom Graham Hill Lotus-Ford 8 Suspension 13  
Ret 17 West Germany Hubert Hahne Lola-BMW 6 Suspension 14  
Ret 11 United Kingdom Jackie Stewart BRM 5 Differential 3  
Ret 3 United Kingdom Jim Clark Lotus-Ford 4 Suspension 1  
Ret 5 Austria Jochen Rindt Cooper-Maserati 4 Radiator 9  
Ret 26 West Germany Kurt Ahrens, Jr. Protos-Ford 4 Radiator 23
Ret 10 New Zealand Bruce McLaren Eagle-Weslake 3 Oil leak 5  
Ret 12 United Kingdom Mike Spence BRM 3 Differential 11  
Ret 23 France Jo Schlesser Matra-Ford 2 Engine 21
Ret 20 West Germany Gerhard Mitter Brabham-Ford 0 Engine 24
DNS 28 United Kingdom Brian Redman Lola-Ford

Note: The race was run with both Formula One and Formula Two cars running together. Formula Two entrants are denoted by a pink background.


  • Lap leaders:
    • Jim Clark (1-3)
    • Dan Gurney (4-12)
    • Denny Hulme (13-15)
  • This was the first time F1 was run on the Nürburgring with the Hohenrain chicane installed to slow the cars into the pits and the pit straight.
  • This race was the first in F1 history to be broadcast for colour television in Germany.
  • First Championship race since 1962 Monaco GP without a UK driver on the podium.
  • First (and so far only) World Championship race to feature an all-Australasian podium.

Championship standings after the race

  • Notes: Only the top five positions are included for both sets of standings.


  1. ^ a b c d e "Grand Prix results: German GP, 1967". Retrieved 26 September 2015.
  2. ^ "1967 Formula One German Grand Prix – Qualifying Classification". Motorsport Stats. 21 November 2019.
  3. ^ "1967 German Grand Prix". Archived from the original on 17 February 2014. Retrieved 26 September 2015.
  4. ^ "Formula One, German 1967 Race Results". Retrieved 26 September 2015.
  5. ^ "Results 1967 Formula 1 Grand Prix of Germany". F1 Fansite. Retrieved 26 September 2015.
  6. ^ a b "Germany 1967 - Championship • STATS F1". Retrieved 18 March 2019.

External links

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