Scoreboard: Who Won Aug. 14, 1964

> Britain's John Surtees, 30: the German Grand Prix over the tortuous (172 curves) Nurburgring circuit in the Eifel mountains, in 2 hr. 12 min. 4.8 sec., to average 96.56 m.p.h. and break the record he set last year. Surtees played it cozy for the first few laps, letting the field sort itself out, then gunned his Ferrari into the lead for good and finished 76 sec. ahead of Fellow Briton Graham Hill. Bad luck dogged Scotland's Jim Clark, the reigning world champion, who failed to finish because of a burned valve. Point standings for the 1964 championship after six...

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