From the archive: 1966 French GP
Denny Hulme (Brabham-repco BT20) speeds past the pits, and its excellent ad hoc vantage point, en route to third (albeit two laps down) in the 1966 French Grand Prix, the last time the race was held at the Reims-gueux circuit. It was won by Jack Brabham (Brabham-repco BT19) after Lorenzo Bandini (Ferrari 312) was forced to relinquish the lead by a broken throttle linkage. Brabham became the first driver to win a world championship grand prix in a car bearing his own name. Mike Parkes (Ferrari 312) was an impressive second on his F1 debut for the Scuderia.