Lotus 33 R11

The racing history of Lotus 33 R11 is shown below including any races in non-Formula 1 events. This contains all significant races at which this car appeared (with the exceptions noted below) .

Race Car Driver Result
South African GP
East London - 1 Jan 1966
2-litre Lotus 33 R11 - Climax FWMV V8 Mike Spence 1
Monaco GP
Monte Carlo - 20 May 1966
2-litre Lotus 33 R11 - Climax FWMV V8 Jim Clark Retired
Belgian GP
Spa-Francorchamps - 12 Jun 1966
2-litre Lotus 33 R11 - Climax FWMV V8 Jim Clark Retired
French GP
Reims - 3 Jul 1966
2-litre Lotus 33 R11 - Climax FWMV V8 Jim Clark Did not start
French GP
Reims - 3 Jul 1966
2-litre Lotus 33 R11 - Climax FWMV V8 Pedro Rodriguez Retired
British GP
Brands Hatch - 16 Jul 1966
2-litre Lotus 33 R11 - BRM V8 Peter Arundell Retired
Dutch GP
Zandvoort - 24 Jul 1966
2-litre Lotus 33 R11 - BRM V8 Peter Arundell Retired
German GP
Nürburgring - 7 Aug 1966
2-litre Lotus 33 R11 - BRM V8 Peter Arundell 8
Italian GP
Monza - 4 Sep 1966
2-litre Lotus 33 R11 - BRM V8 Peter Arundell 8
US GP
Watkins Glen - 2 Oct 1966
2-litre Lotus 33 R11 - BRM V8 Pedro Rodriguez Retired
Mexican GP
Mexico City - 23 Oct 1966
2-litre Lotus 33 R11 - BRM V8 Peter Arundell 7
International Trophy
Silverstone - 29 Apr 1967
2-litre Lotus 33 R11 - BRM V8 Graham Hill 4
Monaco GP
Monte Carlo - 7 May 1967
2-litre Lotus 33 R11 - BRM V8 Graham Hill 2
Canadian GP
Mosport Park - 27 Aug 1967
2-litre Lotus 33 R11 - BRM V8 Mike Fisher 11
Mexican GP
Mexico City - 2 Oct 1967
2-litre Lotus 33 R11 - BRM V8 Mike Fisher Did not start (retired on parade lap)
Seattle GP
Seattle - 6 Jul 1969
(F5000) 5-litre Lotus 33 R11 - Oldsmobile V8 Paul Scott Did not qualify
Seafair "200"
Seattle - 7 Aug 1971
(F5000) 5-litre Lotus 33 R11 - Oldsmobile V8 Paul Scott 9

Note that 1.5-litre cars such as Lotus 33 R11 are only covered on this site if they were used in 3-litre Formula 1 (from the beginning of 1965 in South Africa or the beginning of 1966 elsewhere) or in Tasman Cup races (from the beginning of 1964). Thus the history above could omit a significant proportion of the car's career.