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1959 French Grand Prix - Start: Tony Brooks, #24, 1st position, and Jack Brabham, , 3rd position, lead at the start. Phil Hill, , 2nd position

1959 French Grand Prix - Start: Tony Brooks, #24, 1st position, and Jack Brabham, , 3rd position, lead at the start. Phil Hill, , 2nd position


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1959 French Grand Prix - Start: Tony Brooks, #24, 1st position, and Jack Brabham, , 3rd position, lead at the start. Phil Hill, , 2nd position

1959 French Grand Prix
Reims, France. 5 July 1959.
Tony Brooks, #24 (Ferrari Dino 246), 1st position, and Jack Brabham, (Cooper T51-Climax), 3rd position, lead at the start. Phil Hill, (Ferrari Dino 246), 2nd position, Masten Gregory, (Cooper T51-Climax), retired, Stirling Moss, (BRM P25), retired, Bruce McLaren, (Cooper T45-Climax), 5th position, Harry Schell, (BRM P25), 7th position, and Ron Flockhart, (BRM P25), 6th position, follow, action.
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