Drivers A to Z
KEEPING THE SPIRIT ALIVE SINCE 1999
Wallace Reid 1891 - 1923
Peter DePaolo 1898 - 1980
Alexe de Vassal 1910 - 2006
Graham Whitehead 1922 - 1981
Ernesto Prinoth 1923 - 1981
Bobby Rahal 1953
Robert "Bobby" Woodward Rahal is an American auto racing team owner and former driver, spending most of his driving career in the CART open-wheel series, winning three championships there. Rahal raced in Formula 1 and CART. After retiring as a driver, Rahal held managerial positions with the Jaguar Formula 1 team and also was an interim president of the CART series.
Tom Jones 1943 - 2015
Once considered one of Formula One's more obscure drivers, Tom Jones entered his own Cooper T82 in one Formula One race, the 1967 Canadian Grand Prix. He raced on and off throughout the 1970s in various series before retiring in 1980.
Mario Andretti 1940
One of the most successful Americans in the history of auto racing, during his career, Andretti won four IndyCar titles, the 1978 Formula One World Championship, and the 1979 IROC championship.
Kevin Cogan 1956
Having shown promise in the British F1 series (Aurora AFX F1 Championship) he made two brief forays into the World Championship but after failing to qualify twice he switched back to the USA and made a promissing start to his Indy career and was tipped to become the sport's next star. However after taking out both Mario Andretti and AJ Foyt on the parade lap of the 1982 Indy 500 his prospects diminished.
Derek Bell 1941
A former Formula One driver from England who raced for the Ferrari, McLaren, Surtees and Tecno. Bell is best know for his sportscar racing, winning Le Mans five times and the Daytona 24 hour race, three times.