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Ferguson P99

DesignClaude Hill Active Years1961 Ferguson P99
 EngineClimax
Races: 1 Entries: 1 Starts:1 100.00% Best Result: never finished
  DNS:0 0.00% Fast Lap: 0
Championship Points: 0 DNF:0 0.00% Poles: 0
Distance Raced:  56 laps (  168 miles)
The last front-engined F1 car first appeared in 1961 and had just a single Grand Prix outing when it driven by Jack Fairman. During the race at Aintree Stirling Moss took over the car and was disqualified for a push start. The car did win an event however when Moss took it to victory in the Oulton Park Gold Cup. In 1963 it appeared in the Tasman series with Graham Hill and Innes Ireland alternating as pilot.

A final outing came during trials for the 1963 Indy 500.

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