Driver histories dating back to the late 1800s. There are currently 3269 driver records in our database.
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1869 - 1904
1886 - 1975
1902 - 1966
1908 - 1984
1929 - 2005
1874 - 1932
1899 - 1949
1902 - 1978
1913 - 1993
Interesting and notable events from the history of motor sport.
Malcolm Campbell sets a Land Speed Record of 276.82 MPH in his Bluebird at Daytona, Florida.
Stirling Moss and Bill Lloyd win the sportscar race at Sebring, Florida, in Briggs Cunningham's 1.5-liter OSCA. Porfirio Rubirosa drives his 3.3-liter Lancia D24 to second place.
Final Round Tasman Cup at Longford won by Jackie Stewart in his BRM. READ MORE
South African Grand Prix at Kyalami. Won by Jack Brabham READ MORE
Former stockcar racer Lee Roy Yarbrough is declared incompetent to stand trial for the attempted murder of his mother. He will later be found innocent by reason of insanity.
Australian Grand Prix won by Eddie Irvine in his Ferrari. READ MORE
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