Teretonga Park, 25 Jan 1964
|1||Bruce McLaren||Cooper T70 [FL-2-64] - Climax FPF 4
#47 Bruce McLaren Motor Racing (see note 1)
|2||Tim Mayer||Cooper T70 [FL-1-64] - Climax FPF 4
#2 Bruce McLaren Motor Racing (see note 2)
|3||Jim Palmer||Cooper T53 ["F2-13-58"] - Climax FPF 4
#41 G J Palmer
|4||Tony Shelly||Lotus 18/21 ['P1'] - Climax FPF 4
|5||Bill Thomasen||Cooper T53 ['F2-8-60' (III)] - Climax FPF 4
#9 Corsair Racing Team
|6||Roly Levis||(Tasman) 1.65-litre Lotus 22 [22-J-47] - Ford pushrod
|7||Jim Boyd||(FJ) 1.1-litre Valour FJ - Ford
#16 J A Malcolm
|8||Ken Sager||(Tasman) 1.5-litre Lotus 20 - Ford pushrod
#7 J H Sager
|9||Rex Flowers||(Tasman) 1.5-litre Lotus 20B [20-J-953] - Ford pushrod
|R||Chris Amon||Lola Mk4A [BRGP-44] - Climax FPF 4
#1 Reg Parnell Racing Team
|R||Denis Hulme||Brabham BT4 [IC-2-62] - Climax FPF 4
#5 Motor Racing Developments (see note 3)
|DNS||John Youl||Cooper T55 [F1-10-61] - Climax FPF 4
|Did not start|
|DNS||Barry Porter||(sports) 2-litre Lotus 15 [15-3-621] - Climax FPF 4
|Did not start|
All cars are 2.5-litre Tasman unless noted.
|Qualifying information not available|
Notes on the cars:
- Cooper T70 [FL-2-64] (Bruce McLaren): New for Bruce McLaren to drive as a Bruce McLaren Motor Racing entry in the 1964 Tasman Cup. Bruce won at Pukekohe, Wigram and Teretonga Park in New Zealand but for the Warwick Farm race, he swapped cars with teammate Tim Mayer. Mayer was third at Warwick Farm and retired from the next race at Lakeside. During practice for the final round, at Longford, Mayer spun and his car hit a tree, killing him instantly. The car was destroyed in the accident.
- Cooper T70 [FL-1-64] (Tim Mayer): New for Tim Mayer to drive as a Bruce McLaren Motor Racing entry in the 1964 Tasman Cup. Mayer finished second at Levin and Teretonga, and third at Pukekohe. For Warwick Farm, he swapped cars with team leader Bruce McLaren and McLarne took FL-1-64 to second place at Warwick Farm and at Longford, winning the Tasman Championship by six points from his great rival Jack Brabham, Retained for the 1965 Tasman Cup to be driven by Phil Hill but raced by McLaren at Pukekohe after he damged his new T79 in the Heat. Hill toook three podium finishes in this car. Sold to Bill Patterson and entered for John McDonald in Australian Gold Star events in 1965, in the 1966 Tasman series and in Gold Star again in 1966. Sold to Don O'Sullivan in 1967 and raced in event in Western Australia, primarily at Caversham, by O'Sullivan in 1967 and by Gordon Stephenson in 1968. Sold to Ken Jones in 1969, then Ken Barnard in 1970 and then Richard Berryman in 1974. Remained with Richard Berryman until 1985 when it passed to his son Adam Berryman (Melbourne, Australia). An extensive restoration began in 2001 which was finally completed in early 2010. Raced by Adam in the NZ Motor Racing Festival in January 2010, at Winton in August 2010, and at Phillip Island and the Australian Grand Prix historic demonstration in 2011. Now numbered FL/2/64.
- Brabham BT4 [IC-2-62] (Denis Hulme): New for Jack Brabham to drive in the Australian Internationals in February 1963. Then left with Repco over the Australian winter and used by Denny Hulme in the 1964 Tasman series. Sold to veteran Australian Lex Davison for the 1964 Australian Gold Star but heavily damaged in the accident that took Davison's life at Sandown Park early 1965. Sold with all Davison's equipment to Wally Mitchell and some parts used in the RM1 sports car in which Mitchell was later killed. The frame of the Brabham was not used in the RM1 and this was sold to Fred Wheelhouse and rebuilt as a complete car. Owned by David Sternberg in Tasmania in 1968 and probably the "rebuilt Brabham Climax" that Dave Powell Jnr raced in Tasmania in 1969. Then unknown until reported to be owned by Austin Miller (Launceston, Tasmania) in 1983. Still with Miller in 1995 but by 2000 it had moved to the UK and was owned by John Coombs, who sold it to Frank Sytner. Raced by Sytner from 2001 to 2008 and then sold to David Jacobs (Boulder, CO) and raced in the US until sold to Terry Rush in New Zealand in February 2011.
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.
Individual sources for this event
There were two heats for this race.