Charles Anthony "Tony" Standish Brooks (born in Dukinfield, Cheshire, 25 February 1932) is a retired British racing driver, also known as the 'racing dentist'.

He competed in 38 Grands Prix, winning six of them (the first of which he shared with Stirling Moss), and scoring a total of 75 points. His win alongside Moss was the first for a British-constructed car in Formula One Championship history.

Brooks finished 3rd in 1958 and runner-up in 1959, behind Jack Brabham.


  1. Shared with Stirling Moss
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