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  • Belgian Grand Prix
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    Belgian Grand Prix

    Jean Behra (black sweater)

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    Belgian Grand Prix

    Practice photograph showing Jean Behra's works Maserati 250F at La Source Hairpin, carrying identification letter "G" rather than a race number to fool would-be publishers of freelance race programs.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Practice photograph showing Jean Behra's works Maserati 250F at La Source Hairpin, carrying identification letter "G" rather than a race number to fool would-be publishers of freelance race programs.

  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Practice photograph showing Jean Behra's works Maserati 250F at La Source Hairpin, carrying identification letter "G" rather than a race number to fool would-be publishers of freelance race programs.

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    Belgian Grand Prix

    BRM Type 25 driven by Jean Behra cresting the Raidillon hill after Eau Rouge.

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    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 6, Paul Frère works Lancia-Ferrari D50A, finished second, here crossing the timing line while number 32, Jean Behra works Maserati 250F, is being tended at trackside before finishing seventh.

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    Belgian Grand Prix

    Brm team in pits. Left to right: Harry Schell (driver), Peter Berthon (chief engineer) and Jean Behra (driver).

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    Belgian Grand Prix

    Spa-Francorchamps circuit paddock scene behind pits. BRM transporter with two BRM Type 25 cars, number 10 for Harry Schell and number 8 for Jean Behra.

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    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 32, Jean Behra, works Maserati 250F, finished 7th

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    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 8, BRM Type 25 driven by Jean Behra.

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    Belgian Grand Prix

    This photo was taken during a practice session and shows car Number 9, a BRM Type 25 driven by Jean Behra and car Number 48, a Vanwall driven by Tony Brooks in the Stavelot Corner.Different numbers were used at Spa during practice to fool would-be freelance programme printers. On race day car Number 9, was renumbered as Number 8, and the Number 48 car was renumbered as Number 4. Number 8 did not finish the race. Number 4 finished in 1st place and won the race.

  • Belgian Grand Prix
  • Belgian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Car number 32, Jean Behra, works Maserati 250F and car number 22, Luigi Villoresi, Maserati 250F, at La Source Hairpin.

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    Belgium Grand Prix

    Front to back: Race Number 20, Officine Alfieri Maserati (entrant), Race Number 28, Ecurie Rosier (entrant), Race Number 24, Officine Alfieri Maserati (entrant), Fifth Place Finish, Race Number 26, Officine Alfieri Maserati (entrant), Race Number 22, Officine Alfieri Maserati (entrant)

  • Belgium Grand Prix

    Belgium Grand Prix

    Jean Behra ( dark sweater, goggles in hands)