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Driver histories dating back to the late 1800s. There are currently 3267 driver records in our database.

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Check out out blog for stories and anecdotes from the history of motorsport.

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Events on this day

Interesting and notable events from the history of motor sport.

1913

The earliest start ever to a Champ Car season takes place on 1/1/1913 in San Diego, George Hill wins a 183.4-mile road-course event in a Fiat.

1929

Ferdinand Porsche becomes the chief engineer and technical director of Steyr in Vienna, Austria.

1965

South African GP, East London. Won by Jim Clark in a Lotus-Climax READ MORE

1965

South African GP won by Jim Clark in a Lotus-Climax. READ MORE

1968

South African Grand Prix, Kyalami. Won by Jim Clark in a Lotus-Ford READ MORE

1968

FIA declares there can be sponsorship on cars participating in racing they sanction, provided the sponsor's logo is no larger than one square foot.

1968

South African GP won by Jim Clark in a Lotus-Ford. READ MORE

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