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Ranking the 10 best 'point-less' F1 races

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There were many great Formula 1 events that didn't count for points between 1950 and 1983. Here's Motorsport.com's pick of the best.

There used to be an extensive calendar of non-championship Formula 1 contests, which are celebrated in a special edition of Autosport magazine out this week. Some of them were minor events, but others were full grands prix, just as significant to their competitors as their points-paying equivalents.

The last non-championship F1 race was held at Brands Hatch in 1983 (above), when Keke Rosberg (Williams) beat Tyrrell driver Danny Sullivan by 0.5 seconds.

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Author Kevin Turner