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POINT OF FACT
Torbert MacDonald
September 14, 1964
A quiz on Grand Prix racing to test memories and increase the knowledge of casual fans and armchair experts
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September 14, 1964

Point Of Fact

A quiz on Grand Prix racing to test memories and increase the knowledge of casual fans and armchair experts

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? Besides the U.S. Grand Prix, which takes place at Watkins Glen on Oct. 4, how many other Grand Prix events count toward the world driving championship?

?Ten: the Monaco, Dutch, Belgian, French, British, German, Austrian, Italian, Mexican and South African Grand Prix.

? In what year was the first U.S. Grand Prix held?

?In 1959.

? Who won it?

? Bruce McLaren of New Zealand.

? Has any American won the U.S. Grand Prix?

?No. But Dan Gurney in 1961 and Richie Ginther in 1963 finished second.

? Has any driver won the U.S. Grand Prix more than once?

?No.

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