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The Matra MS7 was a Formula Two car built by Matra. It was used for a few races between 1967 and 1969. It had a best result of 6th place in the 1968 South African Grand Prix, and helped Matra to third in the constructors standings.


Complete Formula One ResultsEdit

World Championship ResultsEdit

World Championship Results
Entrant Tyre Drivers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1967 Flag of South Africa 1928-1994 Flag of Monaco Flag of the Netherlands Flag of Belgium Flag of France Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of Germany Flag of Canada Flag of Italy Flag of the United States Flag of Mexico 1934-1968
Matra Sports D France Johnny Servoz-Gavin DNA
France Jean-Pierre Beltoise DNA
G 7th 7th
1968 Flag of South Africa 1928-1994 Flag of Spain 1945 1977 Flag of Monaco Flag of Belgium Flag of the Netherlands Flag of France Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of Germany Flag of Italy Flag of Canada Flag of the United States Flag of Mexico
Matra Sports D France Jean-Pierre Beltoise 6th
Matra International United Kingdom Jackie Stewart PO
1969 Flag of South Africa 1928-1994 Flag of Spain 1945 1977 Flag of Monaco Flag of the Netherlands Flag of France Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of Germany Flag of Canada Flag of Italy Flag of the United States Flag of Mexico
Matra Sports D France Henri Pescarolo 5th*
Matra International France Johnny Servoz-Gavin Ret
  • * Ineligible for points as they were classified as Formula Two entries.

Non-Championship ResultsEdit

Non-Championship Results
Entrant Tyre Drivers 1 2 3 4 5 6
1967 Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of Italy Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of Spain 1945 1977
Tyrrell Racing Organisation D United Kingdom Jackie Stewart 2nd Ret
Matra Sports France Henri Pescarolo 7th
France Jean-Pierre Beltoise 10th


V T E Matra Sports Matra Sports
Founder
Marcel Chassagny · Jean-Luc Lagardère
Personnel
Bernard Boyer · Robert Choulet · Gérard Ducarouge · Ken Tyrrell
World Championship
United Kingdom Jackie Stewart (1969)
Drivers
France Jean-Pierre Beltoise · France Johnny Servoz-Gavin · France Henri Pescarolo · New Zealand Chris Amon
Cars
MS5 · MS7 · MS9 · MS10 · MS11 · MS80 · MS84 · MS120 · MS120B · MS120C · MS120D
V T E 1967 Formula One Season
Constructors Brabham • BRM • Cooper • Eagle • Ferrari • Honda • LDS • Lola • Lotus • Matra • McLaren • Protos
Engines ATS • BMW • BRM • Climax • Ferrari • Ford Cosworth • Honda • Maserati • Repco • Weslake
Drivers Ahrens • Amon • Anderson • Attwood • Baghetti • Bandini • Beltoise • Bonnier • Botha • Brabham • Charlton • Clark • Courage • Fisher • Ginther • Gurney • Hahne • Hart • Hill • Hobbs • Hulme • Ickx • Irwin • Jones • Ligier • Love • McLaren • Mitter • Moser • Oliver • Parkes • Pease • Redman • Rees • Rindt • Rodríguez • Scarfiotti • Schlesser • Servoz-Gavin • Siffert • Spence • Solana • Stewart • Surtees • Tingle • Wietzes • Williams
Cars Brabham BT11 • Brabham BT19 • Brabham BT20 • Brabham BT23 • Brabham BT24 • BRM P83 • BRM P115 • BRM P261 • Cooper T77 • Cooper T79 • Cooper T81 • Cooper T82 • Cooper T86 • Eagle Mk1 • Ferrari 312 • Honda RA273 • Honda RA300 • LDS Mk3 • Lola T100 • Lotus 25 • Lotus 33 • Lotus 43 • Lotus 48 • Lotus 49 • Matra MS5 • Matra MS7 • McLaren M4B • McLaren M5A • Protos F2
Tyres Dunlop • Firestone • Goodyear
Races South Africa • Monaco • Netherlands • Belgium • France • Britain • Germany • Canada • Italy • United States • Mexico
Non-championship Races Race of Champions • Spring Cup • International Trophy • Syracuse • Gold Cup • Spain
See also 1966 Formula One Season • 1968 Formula One Season • Category
V T E 1968 Formula One Season
Constructors Brabham • BRM • Cooper • Eagle • Ferrari • Honda • LDS • Lola • Lotus • Matra • McLaren
Engines BMW • BRM • Climax • Ferrari • Ford Cosworth • Honda • Maserati • Matra • Repco • Weslake
Drivers De Adamich • Ahrens • Amon • Andretti • Attwood • Bell • Beltoise • Bianchi • Bonnier • Brabham • Brack • Charlton • Clark • Courage • Elford • Gardner • Gurney • Hahne • Hill • Hobbs • Hulme • Ickx • Love • McLaren • Moser • Oliver • Pease • Pescarolo • Pretorius • Redman • Rindt • Rodríguez • Van Rooyen • Scarfiotti • Schlesser • Servoz-Gavin • Siffert • Solana • Spence • Stewart • Surtees • Tingle • Unser • Widdows
Cars Brabham BT11 • Brabham BT20 • Brabham BT24 • Brabham BT26 • BRM P115 • BRM P126 • BRM P133 • BRM P138 • BRM P261 • Cooper T79 • Cooper T81 • Cooper T81B • Cooper T86 • Cooper T86B • Eagle Mk1 • Ferrari 312 • Honda RA300 • Honda RA301 • Honda RA302 • LDS Mk3 • Lola T102 • Lotus 49 • Lotus 49B • Matra MS7 • Matra MS9 • Matra MS10 • Matra MS11 • McLaren M5A • McLaren M7A
Tyres Dunlop • Firestone • Goodyear
Races South Africa • Spain • Monaco • Belgium • Netherlands • France • Britain • Germany • Italy • Canada • United States • Mexico
Non-championship Races Race of Champions • International Trophy • Gold Cup
See also 1967 Formula One Season • 1969 Formula One Season • Category
V T E 1969 Formula One Season
Constructors BMW • Brabham • BRM • Cooper • Eagle • Ferrari • Lotus • Matra • McLaren • Tecno
Engines BMW • BRM • Climax • Ferrari • Ford Cosworth • Maserati • Repco
Drivers Ahrens • Amon • Andretti • Attwood • Bell • Beltoise • Bonnier • Brabham • Brack • Brambilla • Cevert • Cordts • Courage • Eaton • Elford • Hahne • Herrmann • Hill • Hulme • Ickx • de Klerk • Love • Lovely • McLaren • Miles • Mitter • Moser • Oliver • Pease • Perrot • Pescarolo • Quester • Rindt • Rodríguez • Siffert • Servoz-Gavin • Stewart • Stommelen • Surtees • Tingle • van Rooyen • Westbury
Cars BMW 269 • Brabham BT20 • Brabham BT23B • Brabham BT23C • Brabham BT24 • Brabham BT26A • Brabham BT30 • BRM P126 • BRM P133 • BRM P138 • BRM P139 • Cooper T86 • Eagle Mk1 • Ferrari 312 • Lotus 49 • Lotus 49B • Lotus 63 • Matra MS7 • Matra MS10 • Matra MS80 • Matra MS84 • McLaren M7A • McLaren M7B • McLaren M7C • McLaren M9A • Tecno TF69
Tyres Dunlop • Firestone • Goodyear
Races South Africa • Spain • Monaco • Netherlands • France • Britain • Germany • Italy • Canada • United States • Mexico
Non-championship Races Race of Champions • International Trophy • Madrid GP • Gold Cup
See also 1968 Formula One Season • 1970 Formula One Season • Category
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