The British driver John Surtees, who won the 1964 Formula One championship for Ferrari to become the only man to win world titles on two and four wheels, died on Friday aged 83. He started over 100 F1 grands prix, winning six, in a career which took him to Ferrari, Cooper, and Honda. During the 1970s he also designed, built and raced his own Team Surtees F1, F2, and F5000 cars.
- Written by Robert Woodward
- Category: Motor Sports