1959 Dutch Grand Prix - Championship Standings After The Race

Championship Standings After The Race

Drivers' Championship standings
Pos Driver Points
1 Jack Brabham 15
21 2 Joakim Bonnier 8
1 3 Rodger Ward 8
1 4 Tony Brooks 6
1 5 Jim Rathmann 6
Constructors' Championship standings
Pos Constructor Points
1 Cooper-Climax 14
2 2 BRM 8
1 3 Ferrari 8
4 Lotus-Climax 3


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1957
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1956
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1955
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1954
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1953
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1952
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1951
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1950
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