1963 Australian Touring Car Championship - Results

Results

Position Driver No. Car Entrant Class Pos. Class Laps
1 Bob Jane 71 Jaguar Mark 2 R Jane 1 Over 3500 cc 25
2 Ern Abbott 99 Chrysler Valiant E. Abbott Car Sales 2 Over 3500 cc 25
3 Clem Smith 46 Chrysler Valiant R Series C. Smith Motors 3 Over 3500 cc 25
4 Harry Firth 111 Ford Consul Cortina Mk 1 Ford Motor Co 1 1301 to 1600 cc 24
5 Peter Manton 59 Morris Cooper P. Manton Motors 1 Up to 1000 cc 24
6 Clive Millis 87 Holden Merlyn Motors 1 2001 to 2600 cc 24
7 George Reynolds 49 Volkswagen G Reynolds 1 1001 to 1300 cc 24
8 Gavin Baillieu 112 Morris Cooper H Firth 2 Up to 1000 cc 23
9 Pat James 78 Fiat 1500 Motor Improvements 2 1301 to 1600 cc 23
10 Cyril Nancarrow 30 Austin A90 Westminster CG Nancarrow 1 2601 to 3500 cc 23
11 B Murphy 70 Holden B Murphy 2 2001 to 2600 cc 23
12 L Callaway 56 Morris Cooper O'Callaghan Motors 3 Up to 1000 cc 23
13 W Wauchope 57 Morris Cooper JW Taylors 4 Up to 1000 cc 23
14 Ken Virgin 50 Volkswagen K Virgin 2 1001 to 1300 cc 23
15 Dave Sullivan 36 Holden D Sullivan Motors 3 2001 to 2600 cc 23
16 R Brown 35 Simca Aronde BJ Auto Service 3 1001 to 1300 cc 23
17 D Dix 60 Holden D Dix 4 2001 to 2600 cc 23
18 W Nalder 92 Hillman W Nalder 3 1301 to 1600 cc 22
19 John Brindley 69 Holden Car World 5 2001 to 2600 cc 22
20 Wally Wilson 114 Citroën ID19 Team SAAS 1 1601 to 2000 cc 22
DNF N Webb 62 Morris 850 C&S Motors Up to 1000 cc 17
DNF Terry Sully 73 Hillman Minx T Sully 1301 to 1600 cc 17
DNF Richard Thurston 58 Morris 850 R K Thurston Up to 1000 cc 16
DNF B Forbes 85 Holden Forcars Pty Ltd 2001 to 2600 cc 11
DNF V Clancy 82 Holden V Clancy 2001 to 2600 cc 7
DNF Brian Sampson 79 Austin Lancer Motor Improvements 1301 to 1600 cc 4
DNF C Roskilly 64 Austin A90 Westminster C Roskilly 2601 to 3500 cc 3
DNF R Loader 39 Holden R Loader 2001 to 2600 cc 3
DNF Norm Beechey Holden 48-215 2001 to 2600 cc 0

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