The 1966 Indianapolis 500 was relatively infamous. With a third of the field wiped out by a crash right at the start, Jackie Stewart lead almost to the end of the race before his engine failed. This left his team-mate, Graham Hill, to take the chequered flag by just under a lap from a third Brit, Jim Clark. However, Clark’s team believed that he was in fact a lap ahead, but that it hadn’t been counted due to the belief that his car had been involved in the first lap crash.
The car that almost won Jackie Stewart the 1966 Indy 500
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