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Motorsport Memorabilia 1967 Grand Prix commemorative cover

Brabham continued to build on its initial success in the 1967 season with the proven BT19 & 20 models staring the season and the new BT24 taking over. Denny Hulme and Jack Brabham each won 2 races but Hulme took the Drivers title by 5 points; the Brabham team easily won the Contructors championship. Despite the Lotus 49 taking a staggering 9 pole positions with its new Cosworth engine, and even with Jim Clark winning 4 races, he could only manage third place in the championship. Dan Gurney drove his own Eagle T1G to the company's one and only victory and John Surtees in the RA300 gained Honda's second win. The Ferrari 312 in the hands of Chris Amon achieved 4 podium finishes to gain him equal fourth place in the championship. The 1967 cover shows the 2 Brabham cars at the German Grand Prix with Chris Amon's Ferrari in third place.