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Can-Am Champions, 1966: John Surtees and the Lola T70

Dan Gurney (#30) and John Surtees (#3) in Lola T70s at Bridgehampton in 1966. Photos courtesy Ford Motorsports, unless otherwise noted. Can-Am evolved as a series that saw one dominating car and driver combination each year. And 1966, that first year, was no different as John Surtees and the Lola T70 took home the inaugural […]
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