Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The 1951 Australian Grand Prix was an open-wheel motor race held at a street circuit in Narrogin, Western Australia on 5 March, 1951. The race was held over 24 laps of the 7.1 kilometre circuit for a race distance of 170 kilometres. It was the sixteenth Australian Grand Prix and the last to feature a handicap start which saw the slowest cars starting ahead of the faster cars. The race was won by Warwick Pratley driving a George Reed built Flathead Ford V8 powered racing car. It would be the last win by an Australian car until, depending on definition, 1963 (Jack Brabham, Brabham BT4) or 1971 (Frank Matich, Matich A50). Pratley started the race ten minutes and thirty seconds behind the first car to start the race, the Morgan of Colin Uphill. Pratley won the race by 96 seconds over the Delahaye of Dick Bland.
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