Derrington-Francis Racing Team was a Formula One constructor from Britain. The team was founded by Stirling Moss' former chief mechanic, Alf Francis, and engine tuner Vic Derrington, who transformed an old ATS Tipo 100 into the new car, named after the teams founders. The car made its debut in the 1964 Italian GP, driven by Nicha Cabral, but retired with engine problems. Cabral was to have driven the car in future events, but Dan Gurney destroyed the single chassis in private testing and the team was never seen again.
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