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This weekend THR hosts the seventh Race Weekend of the Formula 1970 championship

We travel from France to England and race on the challenging track if Brands Hatch.

Brands Hatch is a motor racing circuit in England that has been used since 1926.
It is known for its challenging curves and its natural amphitheatre atmosphere. Brands Hatch hosted 12 Formula 1 Grand Prix between 1964 and 1986.

The Formula 1 race in 1970 was the British Grand Prix, which took place on July 18th. It was the seventh race of the championship and was won by Jochen Rindt, who drove a Lotus 72. He started from pole position and led almost the entire race, despite having problems with his rear wing. He won with a four-second margin over Jack Brabham and Denny Hulme. The British Grand Prix was an exciting and dramatic race that thrilled many spectators. It was also the last time that Brands Hatch hosted Formula 1 until 1983.

More info can be found in the #f70-announcements channel in our THR Discord:

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