Drivers A to Z
KEEPING THE SPIRIT ALIVE SINCE 1999
19/1/1929 - 16/5/1995
Ran a truck stop nr. Muncie, Indiana before retiring to Florida. 1956 - Champion in cinder track racing 1958 - USAC, 1 race, 0 pts 1959 - USAC, 2 races, 0 pts 1960 - USAC, 2 races, 30th overall, 100 pts
Joe Caccia 1899 - 1931
AndrÃ© Emile Schlumberger 1906 - 1931
Briggs Cunningham 1907 - 2003
Bob Gerard 1914 - 1990
Alfredo Ferrari 1932 - 1956
Pete Lovely 1926 - 2011
Pete Lovely started racing in a track roadster in the late 1940s. In 1955 he won the SCCA 1500cc Championship and was offered a drive by Lotus in Europe. He took a class win in the 12 hour race at Rheims with Innes Ireland, before competing in a few Grand Prix with an ex-works Lotus 49B.
Robert Schroeder 1926 - 2011
Rob Schroeder made one World Championship Grand Prix appearance in the 1962 US Grand Prix before returning to relative obscurity.
Chuck Daigh 1923 - 2008
6Chuck Daigh was a racing driver from the United States. He participated in 6 Grand Prix driving a Scarab and a Cooper, debuting on May 29, 1960.
Bob Bondurant 1933
Bob Bondurant was a Formula 1 driver who raced for the Ferrari, Lotus, BRM and Eagle teams. Now famous for his racing schools where he continues to teach, time permitting, and race in select vintage racing events.
Tony Settember 1926 - 2014
Settember raced sports cars in the USA before travelling to Europe to try his hand a F1. After a year with an Emeryson he formed his own team Scirocco-Powell and commissioned his own car. Quit single-seaters after two years and returned to the USA in Can-Am and F5000 with little in the way of results.