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20-Apr-20 /historicracing.com
Stuart Lewis-Evans

Stuart Lewis-Evans born on this day in 1930 - died in 1958, 63 years ago, he was 28. He would have been 91 this year.

Stuart Nigel Lewis-Evans participated in 14 Formula One World Championship Grands Prix, debuting on 19 May 1957. He achieved two podiums and scored a total of 16 championship points. He also achieved two pole positions. He was killed at the final round of the 1958 World Championship at Ain-Diab in Morocco.

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