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Stewart offers Matra and France a 'Jour de Gloire'

On this day in 1968, Jackie Stewart delivered the first triumph to a French constructor in F1. The achievement took place in Zandvoort's soggy dunes where the great Scot ran circles around his rivals with his Cosworth-powered Matra MS10. And  Jean-Pierre Beltoise added to Matra's celebrations by finishing second. The race by the way was also the first win for a Cosworth engine in anything else but a Lotus, and the first Grand Prix victory for a team managed by Ken Tyrrell.
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