Cooper triple

15. Apr 2021 
by Ziv Knoll

The 1960 French Grand Prix was held at the Reims-Gueux circuit, on 3  July 1960. The 50-lap race was won from pole position by Australian Jack Brabham, driving a works Cooper-Climax.

Belgian driver Olivier Gendebien drove an excellent race, surprised many by finishing second in a Cooper-Climax entered by the British Racing Partnership, while New Zealander Bruce McLaren was third in the other works Cooper-Climax.

Jack Brabham won his second consecutive title with his Cooper team defending its constructors’ title.

Source: DR

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