1974 BRDC International Trophy
The 26th BRDC International Trophy was a non-championship Formula One race held at Silverstone on 7 April 1974. The 40-lap race was run in connection with a Formula 5000 event, and was won from pole position by James Hunt, driving a Hesketh-Ford, with Jochen Mass second in a Surtees-Ford and Jean-Pierre Jarier third in a Shadow-Ford.
|1974 BRDC International Trophy|
|Non-championship race in the 1974 Formula One season|
The Silverstone circuit in 1974.
|Date||7 April 1974|
|Official name||26th Daily Express International Trophy|
|Location||Silverstone Circuit, Northamptonshire|
|Course||Permanent racing facility|
|Course length||4.7105 km (2.9629 mi)|
|Distance||40 laps, 188.42 km (118.51 mi)|
Note: a blue background indicates a Formula 5000 entrant.
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1974 Race of Champions
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1975 Race of Champions
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1975 BRDC International Trophy