Rand Grand Prix
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The Rand Grand Prix was a motor race held at various circuits in South Africa. The first event took place in 1937 but it was not held regularly until the 1960s, when it was run to Formula One rules and formed part of the non-Championship calendar. At that time it represented an annual warm-up race before the South African Grand Prix.
- Races shown with a pink background indicate non-Formula One races.
|Year||Date||Circuit||Winning driver||Winning constructor||Report|
|1965||4 December||Kyalami||Jack Brabham||Brabham-Climax||Report|
|1964||12 December||Kyalami||Graham Hill||Brabham-BRM||Report|
|1963||14 December||Kyalami||John Surtees||Ferrari||Report|
|1962||15 December||Kyalami||Jim Clark||Lotus-Climax||Report|
|1961||9 December||Kyalami||Jim Clark||Lotus-Climax||Report|
|1956||24 March||Palmietfontein||Peter Whitehead||Ferrari||Report|
|1937 (II)||16 December||Lord Howe Circuit||Douglas van Riet||Austin||Report|
|1937 (I)||30 January||Lord Howe Circuit||Pat Fairfield||ERA||Report|