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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced in:1971
Numbers built:35
Designed by:Derek Bennett
Predecessor:Chevron B16 Cosworth
Successor:Chevron B21 Cosworth
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:May 13, 2009
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Chassis B19-71-5 The first of a pair of B19s sold to Denys Dobbie's DART team, chassis B19-71-5 debuted in the BOAC 1000 km at Brands Hatch. Driven by John Miles and Graham Birrell, it finished seventh overall and first in the 2-litre class. Miles and Birrell would race the car together and >>>

Chassis B19-71-9 Built for loyal Chevron racer John Lepp with a centrally mounted gear lever. After Lepp campaigned the car in the European Championship, he sold the car to James Gray. He raced the car extensively in 1972. Later in the decade it was converted to a Hillman Imp silhouette salo>>>

Chassis B19-71-25 Delivered new to Red Rose Racing in Great Britain, this B19 served to replace the team's earlier car crashed by John Hine. He only raced this car twice as well as it was damaged in an accident at Brands Hatch at its second outing. The remains were returned to Chevron and yet>>>

Chassis B19-71-30 One of the very last B19s built, this car was sold to South African Ray Abrahams late in 1971. It was raced by his son John and Dirk Marais in the Springbok series. In 1972, it was shipped back to England and offered for sale. Chassis B19-71-30 was then sold to France where >>>

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