1959 Dutch Grand Prix - Classification

Classification

Pos No Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 7 Jo Bonnier BRM 75 2:05:26.8 1 8
2 8 Jack Brabham Cooper-Climax 75 + 14.2 2 6
3 9 Masten Gregory Cooper-Climax 75 + 1:23.0 7 4
4 12 Innes Ireland Lotus-Climax 74 + 1 Lap 9 3
5 1 Jean Behra Ferrari 74 + 1 Lap 4 2
6 3 Phil Hill Ferrari 73 + 2 Laps 12
7 14 Graham Hill Lotus-Climax 73 + 2 Laps 5
8 10 Maurice Trintignant Cooper-Climax 73 + 2 Laps 11
9 16 Cliff Allison Ferrari 71 + 4 Laps 15
10 15 Carel Godin de Beaufort Porsche 68 + 7 Laps 14
Ret 11 Stirling Moss Cooper-Climax 62 Gearbox 3 1
Ret 6 Harry Schell BRM 46 Gearbox 6
Ret 2 Tony Brooks Ferrari 42 Oil Leak 8
Ret 5 Carroll Shelby Aston Martin 25 Engine 10
Ret 4 Roy Salvadori Aston Martin 3 Engine 13

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