John Rhodes (racing driver)

John Rhodes (Racing Driver)

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John Rhodes (born Wolverhampton, Staffordshire on August 18, 1927 ) is a British former racing driver from England, who participated in one Formula One World Championship Grand Prix, the 1965 British Grand Prix, at Silverstone on July 10, 1965, from which he retired on lap 39 with ignition problems. His Cooper-Climax T60 was provided for him by veteran racer Bob Gerard. Motor Sport, August 1965, Pages 662-664.In 1961 he drove a Cooper-B.M.C. Formula Junior car for the Midland Racing Partnership, winning a long race on the Phoenix Park circuit in Dublin on July 22, and the Dunboyne Trophy on July 29. Motor Sport, January 1962, Page 31.Motor Sport, July 1962, Page 499.Motor Sport, June 1963, Page 448.Motor Sport, July 1963, Page 509. finishing 8th with Rob Slotemaker in The Motor International Six-Hour Saloon-Car Race at Brands Hatch on July 6. Motor Sport, August 1963, Page 586. In 1965 Rhodes continued with the mini, taking fourth place, among the big bangers, in the Ilford Films Trophy at Brands Hatch on March...
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