The 14th Lavant Cup was a motor race, run to Formula One rules, held on 23 April 1962 at Goodwood Circuit, England. The race was run over 21 laps of the circuit, and was won by New Zealand driver Bruce McLaren in a Cooper T55.
|1962 Lavant Cup|
|Non-championship race in the 1962 Formula One season|
|Date||23 April 1962|
|Official name||XIV Lavant Cup|
|Location||Goodwood Circuit, West Sussex|
|Course||Permanent racing facility|
|Course length||3.862 km (2.4 mi)|
|Distance||21 laps, 81.1 km (50.4 mi)|
This race was held directly before the 1962 Glover Trophy, on the same day at the same circuit, with some drivers taking part in both events. Another Formula One race, the 1962 Pau Grand Prix, was also held on the same day. The Lavant Cup was normally a Formula Two race, but for 1962 it was open to Formula One cars with four-cylinder engines, thus excluding the BRMs and those cars using the Climax V8 engine. The V6 Ferraris were at the Pau event, so they were not affected by this rule.
|1||22||Bruce McLaren||Cooper Car Company||Cooper-Climax||30:31.8||1|
|2||6||Roy Salvadori||Bowmaker Racing Team||Lola-Climax||+ 45.8 s||5|
|3||17||Tony Shelly||John Dalton||Lotus-Climax||+ 56.2 s||2|
|4||18||Keith Greene||Gilby Engineering||Gilby-Climax||20 laps||9|
|5||16||Jay Chamberlain||Jay Chamberlain||Lotus-Climax||19 laps||7|
|6||15||Graham Eden||Gerry Ashmore||Emeryson-Climax||19 laps||10|
|7||11||Wolfgang Seidel||Autosport Team Wolfgang Seidel||Porsche||19 laps||8|
|Ret||14||Gerry Ashmore||Gerry Ashmore||Lotus-Climax||Oil pipe||12|
|Ret||10||Tony Settember||Emeryson Cars||Emeryson-Climax||Oil / water leaks||4|
|Ret||21||John Surtees||Bowmaker Racing Team||Lola-Climax||Accident||3|
|Ret||12||Günther Seiffert||Autosport Team Wolfgang Seidel||Lotus-Climax||Accident||11|
|DNS||19||John Campbell-Jones||Emeryson Cars||Emeryson-Climax||Engine on grid||(6)|
|WD||24||Ross Greenville||Ross Greenville||Cooper-Climax||Driver unfit||-|
- Team Lotus entered a car for this race and was given No. 3, but withdrew without designating a driver.
- "The Grand Prix Who's Who", Steve Small, 1995.
- "The Formula One Record Book", John Thompson, 1974.