Driver histories dating back to the late 1800s. There are currently 3269 driver records in our database.
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1877 - 1944
1907 - 2001
1920 - 2004
1923 - 1965
1929 - 1968
1868 - 1940
1912 - 2005
1916 - 1987
Interesting and notable events from the history of motor sport.
Ralph DePalma drove a Packard to a World Land Speed Record of 149.875 mph. It was powered by a forerunner of the WW1 Liberty Engine.
Tasman Cup Series, Petrie, Australia won by Jim Clark in a Lotus-Climax, his 4th consecutive Tasman Cup series win.
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