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Alec Ulmann 1903 - 1986

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Founder of the 12 hour race at Sebring and promoter of the first US Grand Prix in 1959.

Toni Ulmen 1906 - 1976

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Bernard Unett 1936 - 2000

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Bernard Unett was the British Saloon Car Champion (now called touring car champion) in 1974, 1976 and 1977.

Jerry Unser 1932 - 1959

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In 1958, Jerry became the first Unser to try to race in the Indianapolis 500. He died as a result of burns sustained in a practice crash there the following year.

Robby Unser 1968

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Son of Bobby, nephew of Al. A true-all rounder, he has had huge success in hill-climb events, raced in the IRL, sprint & sports cars & latterly, has tried his hand at rallying. Currently racing in sprint cars & also runs his own motorsport team.

Louie Unser 1932 - 2004

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A better mechanic that a racer, Louie was born 10 minutes after his brother Jerry. Louie also was named mechanic of the year in 1957 helping his brotehr win the Stock Car Championship. He was afflicted with multiple sclerosis for over 50 years and died of complications from the disease at the age of...

Johnny Unser 1958

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Johnny Unser, son of the late Jerry Unser, is best known for his IRL and CART exploits, but he has also won the 12 Hours of Sebring GTU class in 1989 and finished second in class in a Callaway Corvette at Le Mans in 1995.

Al Unser Jr 1962

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Al Unser Sr 1939

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Alfred "Al" Unser is the younger brother of fellow racing drivers Jerry and Bobby Unser, and father of Al Unser Jr. Now retired, he is the second of three men to have won the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race four times and won the National Championship in 1970, 1983, and 1985.