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Old 1 Oct 2021, 17:39 (Ref:4076553)   #1
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Jo Siffert - Remembered 50 Years On

This month will see the 50th anniversary of Jo Siffert’s death at Brands Hatch. Especially in a 908/917, Lotus 49 or BRM P160, Jo was such a charismatic driver – and an engaging personality out of the car. At Brands that day, having been enjoying the celebration of the peerless JYS’s second championship, the sight of that pall of smoke signified a chilling abrupt end to the event.


But, rather than dwelling on the tragedy, I wanted to establish an upbeat record of his '71 season by writing an account of the forty one races Jo contested that year prior to the Brands 'Victory' meeting. This takes the form of succinct outlines of Jo's performance/results in each race and is now posted at [URL="https://davidbuckden...ast-season.htm"]
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