The 1963 Formula One season
was the 14th season of FIA Formula One
motor racing. It featured the 14th FIA
World Championship of Drivers, and numerous non-championship Formula One
races. The World Championship commenced on May 26, 1963, and ended on December 28 after ten races.
thumb|300px|thumbtime=28|Dutch Newsreel on the Jim Clark
won his first championship with seven wins to two by Graham Hill
and one by John Surtees
in a revised Ferrari. The ATS venture, founded by ex-Ferrari workers, a complete disaster which ruined Phil Hill
's grand prix career, was unrelated to the late 1970s German operation which was marginally more successful.
Teams and drivers
The following teams
competed in the 1963 FIA World Championship
1963 Drivers Championship final standings
Points were awarded on an 9-6-4-3-2-1 basis at each round, with only the best six round results retained.
- Italics indicate fastest lap (1 point awarded - point shared equally between drivers sharing fastest lap)
- Bold indicates pole position
‡ No points awarded as Hill's car was pushed at the start line.
1963 International Cup for F1 Manufacturers - final standings
Points were awarded on a 9-6-4-3-2-1 basis at each round with only the best six round results retained. Only the best placed car......