A golden era of F1, the 1960s saw the rise of the British teams, those “garagistes” so loathed by Enzo Ferrari. Indeed seven of the ten seasons were won by cars built in Britain, with one of the other won by a car run by a British team. Dominance and reliability were questionable at all times, but some cars stood out.
The eight best F1 cars of the 1960s
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