Tony Lanfranchi

25/6/1935 - 7/10/2004

Record updated 25-Jun-19

Tony Lanfranchi
Lanfranchi began racing motorbikes before making his race debut at Brands Hatch on Boxing Day 1957 in a Healey Silverstone.

During his long racing career he raced in many different classes, including the 1965 24 Hours of Le Mans for Elva, non-championship Formula One races in 1968, and the British Formula Three Championship. Later in his career, he competed in saloon car racing, including the British Touring Car Championship.

He lost his battle against cancer aged 69.