OldRacingCars.com

SSK F3 Series Race

Kinnekullering, 17 Aug 1975

ResultsLapsTime/Speed
1 Anders Olofsson GRD 373 [048-F3] - Ford twin cam Novamotor
#16
15 14m 12.6s
2 Henrik Spellerberg GRD 374 [373-043] - Ford twin cam Novamotor
#24 Texaco Racing Denmark
15 14m 39.8s
3 Lars Svensson Brabham BT35 [20] - Ford twin cam
#2 Skrea Motell
15 14m 44.0s
4 Thorbjörn Carlsson Brabham BT38C [18] - Ford twin cam Novamotor
#15 (see note 1)
15 14m 50.5s
5 Erkki Salminen Brabham BT41 [21] - Ford twin cam Holbay
#21 Vätterleden Racing
15 14m 50.8s
6 Leif Engström Brabham BT28/35 [BT28-43] - Ford twin cam
#1 (see note 2)
14
7 Jean Johansson Brabham - Ford
#31 Lundgrens Bil
14
8 Anders Hermansson Brabham BT41 [20] - Ford twin cam
#4
14
9 Nils-Åke Carlborg Brabham BT28 [32] - Ford twin cam Holbay
#5 Aneby Hus Racing Team
13
10 Walter Backen Brabham - Ford
#27 Bergström Racing
13
11 Rolf Johansson Brabham BT38C [21] - Ford twin cam Novamotor
#38 Jockes Express Racing (see note 3)
13
12 Branco Halik Brabham - Ford
#28
13
13 Bo Winberg (F3) 1.6-litre Brabham BT35 [30] - Ford twin cam Holbay
#7 Bäcks Racing Team
12
UNK Nils-Erik Johansson Swebe - Alfa Romeo
#29

  Jan Hammarström Brabham BT35 [26] - Ford twin cam
#3 Team Kenitex
On entry list
  Ronnie Peterson Brabham BT28 [4] - Ford twin cam
#23 Auto Alfa AB (see note 4)
On entry list
  Hans Johansson (FSV) 1.6-litre Lola T252 [HU39] VW
#25
On entry list
  Dick Nilsson Brabham BT28 [15] - Ford twin cam Holbay
#32 (see note 5)
On entry list
  Stefan Johansson Brabham BT35 [26] - Ford twin cam
#35 Team Kenitex
On entry list

All cars are 2-litre F3 unless noted.

Qualifying
Qualifying information not available

Notes on the cars:

  1. Brabham BT38C [18] (Thorbjörn Carlsson): New to Allan McCully and raced as part of the Australian International Racing Organisation (AIRO) in British F3 and some European events in 1972. Badly damaged on its debut at Silverstone in April but presumably repaired and the car driven by McCully at Monaco in mid-May. Then raced by Bill McGovern at Brands Hatch two weeks later, and crashed again, after which AIRO split up and McCully flew back to New Zealand. Irishman Damien Magee took over the drive, now entered by Tiran Auto Centre, and finished second at Brands Hatch and third at Thruxton in August. The "ex-Magee" car was advertised with Novamotor engine from a Tunbridge Wells number in January 1973. This would presumably be the "ex Magee" BT38C of Leif Spalding in Swedish F3 in 1973. Then with Thorbjörn Carlsson in 1975 and 1976. Subsequent history unknown.
  2. Brabham BT28/35 [BT28-43] (Leif Engström): A new car for Gustaf Dieden which first appeared at Karlskoga in August 1970 and raced in Scandinavian F3. Then hired by Torsten Palm, who had previously raced a BT28 for Picko Troberg's Mennen Racing Team, and used as a private entry in the Torneio Brasileiro de Formula 3. Retained by Palm in 1000cc form for the start of the 1971 Swedish F3 series as his new 1600cc BT35 was not yet ready. To Leif Engström 1972-1975 then Mats Peterson Paninder 1976 and 1977. Subsequent history unknown.
  3. Brabham BT38C [21] (Rolf Johansson): New to Conny Andersson and raced in European F3 in 1972 using Novamotor engines. Retained at the start of 1973, until Andersson's new March 733 arrived. To Mats Byström, and raced in Swedish F3 in 1973. To Rolf Johansson, and raced by him in Swedish F3 in 1974 and 1975.
  4. Brabham BT28 [4] (Ronnie Peterson): New for Ulf Svensson (Sweden) and raced in European F3 in 1969. Retained for 1970 and entered for Conny Andersson in European F3. Retained early 1971 but then unknown until noted by F1 Register as the car of C-G. Linnaeus in 1976. Subsequent history unknown but a car with this number in historic racing from 1999 onwards.
  5. Brabham BT28 [15] (Dick Nilsson): New to Jörgen Jonsson and raced in mainly in Scandinavian F3 in 1969 and 1970, also popping over to the UK for a few races. Retained for the 1600cc Formula 3 in 1971, probably still racing with its 1-litre engine, until Johnsson's BT35 arrived. To Clas Sigurdsson for 1973; later to Dick Nilsson for 1975. Subsequent history unknown.

Sources

The identification of individual cars in these results is based on the material presented elsewhere in this site and may in some cases contradict the organisers' original results.

All comments, clarifications, corrections and additions are most welcome. Please email Allen (allen@oldracingcars.com) if you can help in any way with our research.