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1974 Australian Grand Prix

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1974 Australian Grand Prix
Round 5 of 6 of the 1974 Australian Drivers' Championship
Track map for Oran Park--Grand Prix circuit.svg
Race details
Date November 17, 1974
Official name XXXIX Australian Grand Prix
Location Oran Park Raceway, Sydney, New South Wales
Course Permanent racing facility
Course length 2.620 km (1.628 mi)
Distance 61 laps, 159.82 km (99.308 mi)
Weather Sunny
Pole position
Driver Lola-Chevrolet
Time 1'05.2
Fastest lap
Driver Australia Warwick Brown Lola-Chevrolet
Time 1'05.2
Podium
First Lola-Chevrolet
Second Elfin-Repco Holden
Third Lola-Chevrolet

The 1974 Australian Grand Prix was a motor race held at Oran Park Raceway in New South Wales, Australia on 17 November 1974. It was open to Racing Cars complying with Australian Formula 1 or Australian Formula 2.[1][2][3] The race, which was the thirty-ninth Australian Grand Prix, was Round Five of the 1974 Australian Drivers' Championship.

Australian driver Max Stewart won the race, ahead of John McCormack and Graeme Lawrence.[4] It was Stewart's first Australian Grand Prix victory.

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Transcription

Contents

Classification

Results were as follows:[4]

Qualifying

Pos No Driver Car Qual Gap
1 6 Australia Max Stewart Lola T330 / Chevrolet 5.0L V8 1:05.2
2 Australia Warwick Brown Lola T332 / Chevrolet 5.0L V8 1:05.3 +0.1
3 5 Australia Kevin Bartlett Lola T332 / Chevrolet 5.0L V8 1:05.9 +0.7
4 1 Italy Lella Lombardi Matich A51 / Repco Holden 5.0L V8 1:07.0 +1.8
5 4 Australia John McCormack Elfin MR5 / Repco Holden 5.0L V8 1:07.5 +2.3
6 14 New Zealand Graeme Lawrence Lola T332 / Chevrolet 5.0L V8 1:08.0 +2.8
7 12 Australia Garrie Cooper Elfin MR5 / Repco Holden 5.0L V8 1:09.2 +4.0
8 Australia Jon Davison Matich A50 / Repco Holden 5.0L V8 1:09.2 +4.0
9 7 Australia John Leffler Bowin P8 / Hart 1.6L I4 1:09.7 +4.5
10 Australia John Goss Matich A53 / Repco Holden 5.0L V8 1:11.9 +6.7
11 Australia Ken Shirvington March 732 / Hart 1.6L I4 1:14.4 +9.2

Race

Pos No. Driver Car Entrant [5] Laps Time
1 6 Australia Max Stewart Lola T330 / Chevrolet 5.0L V8 Max Stewart Motors 61 1h 08m 43.0s
2 4 Australia John McCormack Elfin MR5 / Repco Holden 5.0L V8 Ansett Team Elfin 61 1h 09m 43.3s
3 14 New Zealand Graeme Lawrence Lola T332 / Chevrolet 5.0L V8 Air New Zealand 60
4 Australia Jon Davison Matich A50 / Repco Holden 5.0L V8 Jon Davison 59
5 Australia Garrie Cooper Elfin MR5 / Repco Holden 5.0L V8 Ansett Team Elfin 58
Ret 5 Australia Kevin Bartlett Lola T332 / Chevrolet 5.0L V8 58 fuel pick up
Ret Australia Warwick Brown Lola T332 / Chevrolet 5.0L V8 49 harmonic balancer
Ret 1 Italy Lella Lombardi Matich A51 / Repco Holden 5.0L V8 47 oil pump
Ret 7 Australia John Leffler Bowin P8 / Hart 1.6L 4cyl 26 valve
DNS Australia John Goss Matich A53 / Repco Holden 5.0L V8 engine bearing
DNS Australia Ken Shirvington March 732 / Hart 1.6L 4cyl too slow

Notes

Notes & references

  1. ^ Conditions for Australian Titles, 1974 CAMS Manual of Motor Sport, page 84
  2. ^ The 1974 CAMS Manual of Motor Sport indicates that Australian Formula 1 in 1974 was for Racing Cars with V8 production pushrod engines of up to 5000cc or free design engines of up to eight cylinders and up to 2000cc. The former are commonly referred to as Formula 5000 cars.
  3. ^ The 1974 CAMS Manual of Motor Sport indicates that Australian Formula 2 in 1974 was for Racing Cars with engines of up to 1600cc
  4. ^ a b c Wilson, Stewart (1986). "1974". In Howard, Graham. The Official 50-race history of the Australian Grand Prix. Gordon, NSW: R & T Publishing. pp. 380–387. ISBN 0-9588464-0-5.
  5. ^ a b Ray Bell, Lucky Stewart Bags AGP, Racing Car News, December 1974, pages 60-61
Preceded by
1973 Australian Grand Prix
Australian Grand Prix
1974
Succeeded by
1975 Australian Grand Prix
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