Scirocco was a Formula One constructor from the United Kingdom. They participated in seven World Championship Grands Prix, entering a total of nine cars, as well as numerous non-Championship Grands Prix. Scirocco also provided chassis for private entrants.
|Noted drivers|| Ian Burgess|
|Formula One World Championship career|
|First entry||1963 Belgian Grand Prix|
|Final entry||1963 Italian Grand Prix|
(key) (results in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)
|1963||Scirocco Racing Cars||Scirocco 02||BRM||D||MON||BEL||NED||FRA||GBR||GER||ITA||USA||MEX||RSA||0||-|
|Scirroco 01||Tony Settember||WD||Ret||WD||Ret||Ret||Ret||DNQ|
|1964||Equipe Scirocco Belge||Scirocco 02||Coventry Climax||D||MON||NED||BEL||FRA||GBR||GER||AUT||ITA||USA||MEX||0||-|
(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)
|1963||Scirocco Racing Cars||Scirocco SP||BRM||LOM||GLV||PAU||IMO||SYR||AIN||INT||ROM||SOL||KAN||MED||AUT||OUL||RAN|
|1964||Equipe Scirocco Belge||Scirocco SP||Coventry Climax||DMT||NWT||SYR||AIN||INT||SOL||MED||RAN|
The 1st Austrian Grand Prix was a motor race, run to Formula One rules, held on 1 September 1963 at the Zeltweg Airfield. The race was run over 80 laps of the circuit, and was won by Australian driver Jack Brabham in a Brabham BT3, finishing a massive five laps ahead of the next finisher. Many competitors retired after the rough surface of the track caused mechanical failures.
This race marked the Formula One debut of 1970 World Champion Jochen Rindt, and also the only Formula One appearance of his compatriot Kurt Bardi-Barry, who was killed in a road accident in February 1964.1963 BRDC International Trophy
The 15th BRDC International Trophy was a motor race, run to Formula One rules, held on 11 May 1963 at the Silverstone Circuit, England. The race was run over 52 laps of the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit, and was won by British driver Jim Clark in a Lotus 25.1963 Formula One season
The 1963 Formula One season was the 17th season of FIA Formula One motor racing. It featured the 14th FIA World Championship of Drivers, the sixth International Cup for F1 Manufacturers and numerous non-championship Formula One races. The World Championship commenced on 26 May 1963, and ended on 28 December after ten races.1963 International Gold Cup
The 10th Gold Cup was a motor race, run to Formula One rules, held on 21 September 1963 at Oulton Park, England. The race was run over 73 laps of the circuit, and was won by British driver Jim Clark in a Lotus 25.
This race was the Formula One debut for American driver Peter Revson, and the one and only Formula One start for Mike Beckwith.1963 Kanonloppet
The 9th Kanonloppet was a motor race, run to Formula One rules, held on 11 August 1963 at the Karlskoga Circuit, Sweden. The race was run over two heats of 20 laps of the little circuit, and was won by British driver Jim Clark in a Lotus 25.
The first heat was won easily by Clark, with team-mate Trevor Taylor in a comfortable second place, from Jack Brabham in third. All the other runners were lapped at least once. Brabham had led for most of the race but suffered fuel shortage problems and his engine cut out. The second heat saw a reverse of the first, with Brabham winning from Taylor and Clark, with just a few tenths of a second separating the two Lotus drivers.
The only two retirements were the two BKL Lotus cars in the second heat. This race marked the Formula One debuts of the 1967 World Champion Denny Hulme, and British driver David Prophet.1963 Pau Grand Prix
The 23rd Pau Grand Prix was a non-Championship motor race, run to Formula One rules, held on 15 April 1963 at Pau Circuit, the street circuit in Pau. The race was run over 100 laps of the circuit, and was won by Jim Clark in a Lotus 25. Clark and his team-mate Trevor Taylor dominated the race from start to finish, with their nearest rival finishing the race five laps adrift.1963 Solitude Grand Prix
The 13th Solitude Grand Prix was a non-Championship motor race, run to Formula One rules, held on 28 July 1963 at the Solitudering, near Stuttgart. The race was run over 25 laps of the circuit, and was won by Jack Brabham in a Brabham BT3.André Pilette
André Pilette (6 October 1918 – 27 December 1993), son of former Indy 500 participant Théodore Pilette, was a racing driver from Belgium. He participated in 14 Formula One World Championship Grands Prix, debuting on 17 June 1951. He scored 2 championship points. His son Teddy Pilette also became a racing driver, although his F1 career in the mid-1970s was much briefer.BRM Grand Prix results
Formula One World Championship results for the BRM Formula One team and BRM cars entered by other teams.Coventry Climax
Coventry Climax was a British forklift truck, fire pump, racing, and other speciality engine manufacturer.Ian Burgess
Ian Burgess (6 July 1930 – 19 May 2012) was a British racing driver, born in London. He participated in 20 Formula One World Championship Grands Prix, debuting on 19 July 1958, and numerous non-Championship Formula One races. He scored no championship points.Tony Settember
Anthony Frank "Tony" Settember (July 10, 1926 – May 4, 2014) was a racing driver and engineer from the United States. He was born in Manila, Philippines.He participated in seven Formula One World Championship Grands Prix, debuting on July 21, 1962. He scored no championship points. Settember was the nominal head of the Scirocco racing team, and a very efficient driver in sportscars.
His last known participation in motorsport was on his 70th birthday.Settember died after a short illness at a hospice in Reno, Nevada in May 2014.
Although World Championship races held in 1952 and 1953 were run to Formula Two regulations, constructors who only participated during this period are included herein to maintain Championship continuity.
Constructors whose only participation in the World Championship was in the Indianapolis 500 races between 1950 and 1960 are not listed.