C

Caceres, Juan (URU)

b


2006 - Champ Cars (Dale Coyne Racing ): 25th, 6 pts


Cadenet, Alain de (GB)

b 27/11/1945


1980 - Sportscars (de Cadenet LM-Ford): 2 wins (Silverstone, Monza) with D.Wilson
2000 - Presented the Aircraft Show on BBC2 in the UK, flying some of the aircraft


Caerels, Nicolas (B)

b


1927 - Won Spa 24 Hrs (Excelsior) with R.Sénéchal


Cagno, Alessandro (I)

b 2/5/1883 (Turin) - d 23/12/1971


1906 - Won Targa Florio (Itala)


Calado, James (GB)

b


2008 - UK F.Renault: 7th, 1 win
2009 - UK F.Renault (Fortec Motorsport): 2nd, 457 pts
2010 - British F3 (Carlin Dallara-VW F308): 2nd, 293 pts
2011 - GP3 (Lotus ART): 2nd, 55 pts
2012 - GP2 (Lotus GP): 5th, 160 pts
2013 - GP2 (ART): 3rd, 157 pts


Calcagni, Gianluca (I)

b


2000 - Italian F3000: 7th, 12 pts
2001 - F3000 (KJR Monaco): 0 pts (retired from one-off race at Imola)


Caldarelli, Andrea (I)

b


2008 - Formula Renault Eurocup (SG Formula): 3rd, 123 pts
2010 - Italian F3 (Prema Junior): 3rd, 148 pts
2014 - Japanese Super GT (Lexus RC F): 2nd, 79 pts, with D.Ito


Calderari, Enzo (CH)

b 18/4/1952 (Bienne)


1987 - Won Tourist Trophy (BMW M3) with F.Mancini
2000 - SportsRacing World Cup (BMS Scuderia Italia Ferrari 333SP): J6th, 66 pts, with L.Bryner & A.Zadra


Calkins, Buzz (USA)

b 2/5/1971 (Denver)


1999 - IRL
2000 - IRL: 1 win (Texas MS)
2001 - IRL (Bradley Motorsports Dallara-Oldsmobile): J8th, 261 pts


Callbo, Gunnar (SF)

b


Won the 1959 1000 Lakes Rally (Volvo PV544) with Väinö Nurmimaa.


Camara, Jaime (USA)

b


2005 - Infiniti Pro Series (Sam Schmidt Motorsports): 5th, 403 pts
2007 - Indy Pro Series (AFS Racing Inc/Andretti Green Racing): 6th, 373 pts
2008 - IndyCar Series (Conquest Racing Dallara-Honda): 23rd, 174 pts


Camathias, Joel (CH)

b 09/02/1981


2001 - F3000 (KTR): J16th, 2 pts (5th Interlagos)
2006 - Le Mans Series (Autorlando Sport Porsche 996 GT3 RSR): GT2 Class Champion, 34 pts


Cameron, Susan (GB)

b 1957 - d 11/10/2003 (Mull)


Co-driver for her husband Duncan, who competed in the Peugeot 205 Challenge in a Peugeot 205 1300cc Rallye, in the UK and in France. Was competing on the Tour of Mull Rally when her husband left the road at the start of stage 3 from Torloisk to Lagan Ulva. He hit a tree at speed, and Susan was killed instantly.


Camilo, Thiago (BRZ)

b


2009 - Brazilian V8 Stock Cars (Vogel Motorsports Chevrolet Astra): 2nd, 269 pts


Camino, Balba (E)

b


2000 - Spanish GTs (Marcos Mantara): Champion, 226 pts, with M.de Castro


Camirand, Marc-Antoine (CDN)

b


2000 - US F2000 (Van Diemen RF99): 3rd, 239 pts


Cammish, Dan (GB)

b 10/04/1989 (Leeds)


2013 - British F.Ford (JTR Mygale M12-SJ): Champion, 739 pts


Campana, Sergio (I)

b 05/06/1986


2010 - Italian F3 (Lucidi Motors): 5th, 114 pts
2011 - Italian F3 (BVM Srl Dallara F308): Champion, 153 pts


Campanico, Cesar (I)

b


2001 - F.Renault Eurocup (Prema Powerteam): 3rd, 122 pts. Italian F.Renault: 2nd, 172 pts.
2002 - German F3 (Prema Powerteam Dallara-Opel F302): 14th, 9 pts. Korea F3 Super Prix: 18th.


Campari, Giuseppe (I)

b 8/6/1892 (Fanfullo, Lodi) - d 10/9/1933 (Monza)

1924 - Won French GP 
1928 - Won the Mille Miglia.
1929 - Won the Mille Miglia. 
1931 - Won Italian GP 
1933 - Won French GP. Killed in Monza GP.

Campbell, Donald (GB)

b 23/03/1921 - d 04/01/1967

 

Campbell, Malcolm (GB)

b - d 31/12/1948

 

Campbell-Walter, Jamie (GB)

b 16/12/1972 (Oban, Scotland)


1994 - F.Vauxhall Junior: 3rd. F.Vauxhall Lotus Winter Series: 2nd.
1995 - F.Vauxhall Lotus: 5th.
1997 - TVR Tuscans: 4th, 2 wins. British GTs (TVR Cerbera GT2), 1 win
1998 - TVR Tuscans: 4th, 5 wins. British GTs (Harrier GT1)
1999 - TVR Tuscan Challenge. British GTs (Lister Storm GT1) with J.Bailey, 7 wins (including Tourist Trophy and Gold Cup). FIA GTs (Lister Storm GT2): raced at Hockenheim and Zolder.
2000 - FIA GT Championship (Lister Storm): Champion, 59 pts, with J.Bailey.
2001 - FIA GT Championship (Lister Storm): 5th, 39 pts, 3 wins (Monza, Magny-Cours, Nurburgring)
2002 - FIA GT Championship (Lister Storm): J3rd, 46.5 pts, 3 wins (Magny-Cours, Brno, Enna), with N.Springer
2004 - Le Mans Endurance Series (Creation Autosportif DBA-Zytek 03S): J7th, 12 pts, with N.Minassian.


Campos, Adrian

b 17/06/1960

 

Campos, Marcos (BRZ)

b 24/02/1976 (Curitiba) – d 15/10/1995 (Paris, F)


1989-1993 – Karting in South America
1994 - F.Opel Euroseries (Draco Racing): Champion
1995 – F3000 (Draco Racing Lola T95/50-Cosworth): 13th, 3 pts

       Venue			Q		R
       Silverstone              5th            ret
       Catalunya                7th            ret
       Pau                      16th           13th 
       Enna-Pergusa             12th           4th 
       Hockenheim               13th           ret
       Spa                      13th           8th 
       Estoril                  10th           9th 
       Magny-Cours              20th           10th (ret/collision)
Crashed at Magny-Cours while overtaking Thomas Biagi, the car lifting off and colliding with the retaining wall. Campos suffered massive head injuries and died the following day.

Campos Hull, Daniel (E)

b 03/08/1989 (Barcelona)


2006 - German F.BMW: 18th
2007 - German F.BMW: 2nd, 622 pts


Camus, Patrick

b 16/07/1956

 

Candia, Danny

b 20/05/1960

 

Cantelli Jr, Claudio (BRZ)

b


2009 - SudAm F3 (Bassan Motorsport Dallara-Berta): 2nd, 94 pts


Cantlon, William "Shorty" (USA)

b ? - d 30/5/1947 (Indianapolis)


1930 - Indycars (Stevens-Miller): 1 win (Akron)
1931 - Indycars (Stevens-Miller): 2 wins (Altoona Races 3 & 4)
1934 - Indycars (Weil-Miller): 1 win (Syracuse)
1947 - Killed during Indy 500


Canto, Dean (AUS)

b


2000 - Australian V8 Lites (Ford), Champion, 229 pts


Capello, Rinaldo "Dindo" (I)

b 17/06/1964


3 years in Italian F3 (Ravarotto Racing), 2 wins
1988 - Monaco F3, 4th
1994 - Italian Touring Cars (Audi A4)
1995 - Italian Touring Cars (Audi A4)
1996 - Italian Touring Cars (Audi A4): Champion
1998 - Le Mans 24 Hrs (McLaren F1 GTR)
1999 - Le Mans 24 Hrs (Audi)
2000 - ALMS (Audi): 2nd, 157 pts (co-drove with Allan McNish)
2001 - ELMS (Audi): 2nd, 84 pts. ALMS (Audi): 3rd, 175 pts.
2002 - Le Mans 24 Hrs (Audi R8): 2nd, with J.Herbert & C.Pescatori. ALMS (Joest Audi R8): 2nd, 230 pts, 5 wins (Sebring, Road America, Trois-Rivieres, Mosport, Road Atlanta)
2004 - Le Mans Endurance Series (Team Goh Audi R8): J5th, 27 pts, with S.Ara.
2007 - American Le Mans Series (Audi Sport North America Audi R10 TDI): Champion, 246 pts, with A.McNish.
2010 - Le Mans Series (Audi Team Joest Audi R15 TDI): 3rd, 57 pts


Cappellari, Luca (I)

b


2004 - FIA GT Championship (BMS Scuderia Italia Ferrari 550 Maranello): Champion, 85 pts, with F.Gollin.


Caracciola, Rudolf (D)

b 30/1/1901 (Remagen) - d 28/9/1959 (Lugano, CH)


1926 - Won German GP (Mercedes)
1928 - Won German GP (Mercedes SS) with C.Werner
1929 - Won Tourist Trophy (Mercedes SS)
1931 - Won German GP (Mercedes-Benz SSKL). Won Mille Miglia (Mercedes-Benz SSKL) with W.Sebastian.
1932 - Won German GP (Alfa Romeo Tipo-B P3).
1934 - Won Italian GP (Mercedes-Benz W25A) with L.Fagioli
1935 - European GP (Mercedes-Benz W25B): Champion, 4 wins (French GP, Belgian GP, Swiss GP, Spanish GP). Won Tripoli GP.
1936 - Won Monaco GP (Mercedes-Benz W25C)
1937 - European GP (Mercedes-Benz W125): Champion, 4 wins (German GP, Swiss GP, Italian GP, Masaryk GP)
1938 - European GP (Mercedes-Benz W154): Champion, 1 win (Swiss GP)
1939 - Won German GP (Mercedes-Benz W163)


Carbone, Fabio (BRZ)

b 04/09/1980


2002 - Silverstone F3 International Challenge (Fortec Motorsport Dallara-Renault F302): 2nd. Marlboro Masters of F3: 1st. British F3 (Fortec Motorsport Dallara-Renault F302): 6th, 137 pts. Macau F3 GP: retired. Korea F3 Super Prix: 4th.
2003 - Marlboro Masters of F3 (Signature Dallara-Renault F302): 10th. Macau F3 (Signature Dallara-Renault F302): 2nd. Korea F3 Super Prix: 8th,
2004 - Macau Grand Prix (Three Bond Racing Dallara-Nissan F303): 4th
2005 - F3 Euroseries (Signature-Opel R1): 13th, 15 pts
2008 - Formula Renault 3.5 (Ultimate-Signature): 3rd, 97 pts


Carcasci, Paulo (BRZ)

b 7/1/1964


1991 - Japanese F3: Champion


Cardoso, Zeca (BRZ)

b


2005 - SudAm F3 (Prop Car Racing Dallara-Berta F301): 2nd, 96 pts


Carey, Bob (USA)

b 24/9/1905 (Anderson, Indiana) - d 16/4/1933 (Ascot)


1932 - Indycars (Stevens-Miller): Champion, 2 wins (Detroit Race 1, Syracuse)


Cariolato, Tullio (I)

b - d 


1910 - Won Targa Florio (Franco)


Carlsen, Michael (DK)

b


2000 - Danish Touring Car Challenge (Peugeot 306 GTi): Champion, 140 pts
2001 - Danish Touring Car Challenge (Peugeot 306 GTi): Champion, 143 pts


Carlson, Willie (USA)

b ? - d 4/7/1915 (Tacoma, Washington)


1913 - Indycars (Benz): 1 win (San Diego Race 2)


Carlsson, Daniel

b 28/06/1976

 

Carlsson, Erik (S)

b 05/03/1929 - d 27/05/2015

Nicknamed "On The Roof" Carlsson after he was observed upside down on a local rally by a journalist from Swedish radio.

1959 - European Rally Championship: 6th
1963 - Liege-Sofia-Liege Rally: 2nd
1964 - Liege-Sofia-Liege Rally: 2nd


Carlsson, Thorbjorn (S)

b


1980 - Swedish F3: Champion


Carnegie, Dermot (GB)

b 19/09/1944

 

Carpenter, Ed (USA)

b 3/3/1981


2002 - Infiniti Pro Series: 3rd, 226 pts
2003 - Infiniti Pro Series: 3rd, 377 pts
2004 - IRL (Cheever Racing Dallara-Chevrolet):16th, 245 pts
2005 - IRL (Vision Racing Dallara-Toyota): 18th, 244 pts
2006 - IRL (Vision Racing Dallara-Honda): 14th, 252 pts
2007 - IRL (Vision Racing Dallara-Honda): 15th, 309 pts
2008 - IndyCar Series (Vision Racing Dallara-Honda): 15th, 320 pts
2009 - IndyCar Series (Vision Racing Dallara-Honda): 12th, 321 pts
2012 - IndyCar Series (Ed Carpenter Racing Dallara-Chevrolet): 18th, 261 pts


Carpentier, Patrick (CDN)

b 13/8/1971 (Ville Lasalle, Quebec)

Karts & F.Ford.
1992 - Canadian Champion of Player's Atlantic Series.
1994 - Indy Lights
1996 - Toyota Atlantic: Champion, 9 wins.
1997 - Indycars (Bettenhausen Motorsport): 17th, Rookie of the Year.
1998 - Indycars: 19th
1999 - Indycars: 13th, 61 pts
2000 - Indycars (Forsythe Racing Reynard-Ford 2KI): 11th, 101 pts
2001 - Indycars (Forsythe Racing Reynard-Ford 01I): 10th, 91 pts, 1 win (Michigan).
2002 - Indycars (Forsythe Racing Reynard-Ford 02I): 3rd, 157 pts, 2 wins (Cleveland, Mid-Ohio)
2004 - Champ Cars (Forsythe Racing Lola B2/00): 3rd, 266 pts, 1 win (Laguna Seca)
2005 - IRL (Cheever Racing Dallara-Toyota): 10th, 376 pts

Carr, Nick (GB)

b 28/01/1953

 

Carroll, Adam (GB)

b 26/10/1982 (Portadown)


1999 - French Formule Campus. FPA Winter Series.
2000 - British F.Ford.
2001 - F.Ford Festival (Sweeney-Hopper Racing Van Diemen RF01): 3rd. British F.Ford (Sweeney-Hopper): 10th, 168 pts, 1 win
2002 - British F3 Scholarship Class (Sweeney Racing Dallara-Mugen Honda F300/99): Champion, 367 pts, 14 class wins.
2003 - British F3: 10th.
2004 - Marlboro Masters of F3 Zandvoort (P1 Motorsport Dallara-Mugen Honda F304): 3rd. British F3 (P1 Motorsport Dallara-Mugen Honda F304): 2nd, 233 pts, 5 wins (R1 Donington Park, R3 Snetterton, R1 Donington Park, R1&2 Spa-Francorchamps). Macau Grand Prix (Menu Motorsport Dallara-Opel F302): 6th.
2005 - GP2 (Super Nova International): 5th, 53 pts, 3 wins (R2 Imola, Monaco, R2 Spa-Francorchamps)
2006 - GP2 (Racing Engineering): 8th, 33 pts
2007 - GP2 (FMS International): 7th, 36 pts (part season)
2008 - GP2 (FMS International): 26th, 1 pt


Carroll, Graham (GB)

b


2006 - British F.Ford Winter Series: 5th. Ginetta Juniors: 5th, 1 win.
2007 - Scottish FF1600 Class A Champion.
2008 - Scottish FF1600: Champion, 8 wins. UK National FF1600: 1st, 7 wins. FF1600 Star of Anglesey champion. FF1600 North West regional champion.


Carter, Dennis

b 17/03/1949

 

Carter Jr, Duane "Pancho" (USA)

b 11/6/1950 (Racine, Wisconsin)


Son of Duane Sr

1981 - Indycars (Penske-Cosworth PC7): Won Michigan 500


Carter, Travis

b 21/11/1949

 

Caruthers, Jimmy

b - d 26/10/1975

 

Carvalho, Eddie (HK)

b


1954 - Won Macau GP


Casner, Lloyd "Lucky" (USA)

b 1916 - d 10/4/1965 (Le Mans, France)


1961 - Sportscars (Maserati T61): 1 win (Nürburgring), with M.Gregory


Cassani, P (I)

b


1951 - Won Mille Miglia (Ferrari) with L.Villoresi


Cassidy, Nick (NZ)

b 19/08/1994 (Auckland)


2013 - Toyota Racing Series (M2 Competition): Champion, 915 pts
2014 - Macau F3 GP (T-Sport Dallara-NBE F314): 3rd
2015 - Japanese F3 (Team TOM's Dallara-Toyota F314): Champion, 129 pts


Castello, Roberto del (I)

b


1982 - European F2 (Toleman-BMW T850): 16th, 3 pts (4th Silverstone)
1983 - European F2 (March-BMW 832): 12th, 4 pts (3rd Misano)
1984 - European F2 (Minardi-BMW M283): 15th, 1 pt (6th Hockenheim)


Castro, Miguel de Angel (E)

b 05/06/1970


2000 - Spanish GTs (Marcos Mantara): Champion, 226 pts, with B.Camino.
2006 - Le Mans Series (ASM Racing Portugal Lola-AER B05/40): LMP2 Class Champion, 30 pts, with A.Burgueno.


Castro Lopo, Hernani (P)

b


1992 - Portuguese Touring Car Champion


Castroneves, Helio (BRZ)

b 10/5/1975 (São Paulo)


1995 - UK F3 (Paul Stewart Racing), 169 points, 3rd
1998 - Indycars: 2nd in Rookie of the Year.
1999 - Indycars (Hogan Racing Lola): 15th
2000 - Indycars (Team Penske Reynard-Honda 2KI): 7th, 129 pts
2001 - Won Indy 500 (Team Penske Dallara-Aurora). Indycars (Penske Reynard-Honda 01I): 4th, 141 pts, 3 wins (Long Beach, Detroit, Mid-Ohio)
2002 - IROC: J4th, 43 pts. IRL (Team Penske Dallara-Chevrolet): 2nd, 511 pts, 2 wins (Phoenix, Indy 500)
2004 - IRL (Team Penske Dallara-Toyota): 4th, 461 pts, 1 win (Texas MS Race 2)
2005 - IRL (Team Penske Dallara-Toyota): 6th, 440 pts
2006 - IRL (Team Penske Dallara-Honda): 3rd, 473 pts, 4 wins (St Petersburg, Motegi, Texas MS, Michigan)
2007 - IRL (Team Penske Dallara-Honda): 6th, 446 pts, 1 win (St Petersburg)
2008 - IndyCar Series (Team Penske Dallara-Honda): 2nd, 629 pts, 2 wins (Sears Point, Chicagoland)
2009 - IndyCar Series (Team Penske Dallara-Honda): 4th, 433 pts, 2 wins (Indy 500, Texas MS)
2010 - IndyCar Series (Team Penske Dallara-Honda): 4th, 531 pts
2011 - IndyCar Series (Team Penske Dallara-Honda): 11th, 312 pts
2012 - IndyCar Series (Team Penske Dallara-Chevrolet): 4th, 431 pts
2013 - IndyCar Series (Team Penske Dallara-Chevrolet): 2nd, 550 pts
2014 - IndyCar Series (Team Penske Dallara-Chevrolet): 2nd, 609 pts
2015 - IndyCar Series (Team Penske Dallara-Chevrolet): 5th, 453 pts


Cate, Peter

b 09/05/1968

 

Caters, Pierre de (B)

b 1875 - d 1944


1907 - Won Circuit of Ardennes, GP Class (Mercedes)


Ceccon, Kevin (I)

b 24/09/1993 (Clusone)


2011 - Auto GP (Ombra Racing): Champion, 130 pts
2015 - GP3 (Arden International): 7th, 77 pts


Cecotto, Johnny Jr (YV)

b 09/12/1979


2008 - German F3 Cup (HS Technik Dallara-Mercedes F307): 3rd, 99 pts
2010 - GP2 (Trident Racing): 23rd, 3 pts
2012 - GP2 (Addax Team): 9th, 104 pts


Ceirano, Ernesto (I)

b


1911 - Won Targa Florio (SCAT)
1914 - Won Targa Florio (SCAT)


Cerrato, Dario (I)

b 28/09/1951

 

Champion, Ryan

b 09/06/1975

 

Chan Lye Choon (SGP)


1958 - Won Macau GP


Charouz, Jan (CZ)

b 17/07/1987


2009 - Le Mans Series (Aston Martin Racing Lola-Aston Martin B09/60): Champion, 39 pts
2010 - Auto GP (Charouz Racing): 4th, 36 pts


Charron, Fernand (F)

b 1866 - d 13/8/1928


1900 - Won Gordon Bennett Trophy (Panhard 40)


Chassagne, Jean (F)

b


1922 - Won Tourist Trophy (Sunbeam)


Chasseuil, Guy (F)

b 26/01/1942


1969 - Won Spa 24 Hrs (Porsche 911) with C.Ballot-Lena


Chatin, Paul-Loup (F)

b 19/10/1991


2011 - F.Renault ALPS (Tech 1 Racing): 3rd, 326 pts, 3 wins
2014 - European Le Mans Series (Signatech Alpine ORECA-Nissan): LMP2 Champion, 78 pts, with O.Webb, N.Panciatici.


Chatriot, Francois (F)

b 01/01/1952

 

Chauche, Francois

b 04/09/1951

 

Chaunac, Hugues de (F)

b 30/04/1946


Team owner of ORECA.


"Chauvet, Pierre" (A)

b 21/7/1943 - d 14/7/2002 (Most, CZ)


Real name Fritz Glatz, also raced under the pseudonyms Frederico Careca and Umberto Calvo

1984 - European F2 (March-BMW 842): 15th, 1 pt (6th Donington Park)
1985-1986 - Raced F3 & F3000.
1987-1991 - Stopped racing.
1992 - Interserie
2000 - EuroBoss
2002 - EuroBoss (Robin Hooker Racing Arrows F1 1996): while racing under pseudonym Careca, he crashed at Most, leaving the circuit at the fast chicane at the end of the main straight at around 200mph after clipping the kerb, which launched him into a series of somersaults. He suffered serious neck and chest injuries, and he remained in a coma for over two hours, succumbing just after 5pm local time at Most Hospital.


"Chavan" (B)

b


1976 - Won Spa 24 Hrs (BMW 3.0 CSL) with J-M.Detrin & N.Demuth


Chaves, Gabriel "Gabby" (COL)

b 07/07/1993 (Bogota)


2012 - Star Mazda Series (JDC Motorsports): 2nd, 360 pts
2013 - IndyLights (Schmidt Peterson c/w Curb-Agajanian): 2nd, 449 pts
2015 - IndyCar (Bryan Herta Autosport Dallara-Honda): 15th, 281 pts


Cheever, Ross (USA)

b 12/4/1964 (Rome, Italy)


Brother of Eddie

1985 - New Zealand International Champion
1987 - Japanese F3 Champion


Cong Fu, Cheng (CHN)

b


2006 - UK F.Renault (Manor Motorsport): 3rd, 374 pts


Chereau, Jean-Luc (F)

b 25/08/1948

 

Chesson, PJ (USA)

b


2003 - Sprint racing
2004 - Infiniti Pro Series: 4th, 317 pts


Chevrolet, Gaston (USA)

b 1892 (France) - d 26/11/1920 (Beverly Hills)


1919 - Indycar (Frontenac): 3 wins (Sheepshead Race 4 & 5, Uniontown Race 7)
1920 - Indycar (Frontenac): Champion, 1 win (Indy 500)


Chevrolet, Louis (USA)

b 1878 (La Chaux de Fonds, CH) - d 6/6/1941


Brother of Gaston

1909 - Indycars (Buick): 3 wins (Crown Point Race 2, Lowell Race 3, Riverhead Race 4)
1917 - Indycars (Frontenac): 4 wins (Cincinatti, Chicago Race 3, Sheepshead Bay, Ascot Race 2)
1918 - Indycars (Frontenac): 2 wins (Uniontown Races 4 & 6)
1919 - Indycars (Frontenac): 1 win (Tacoma)
1920 - Stopped racing when his brother was killed


Childress, Richard (USA)

b 21/09/1945

 

Chilton, Tom (GB)

b 15/03/1985


1999 - T-Cars
2000 - Winter GT Series: 3rd. T-Cars: 3rd.
2001 - T-Cars: 3rd. Winter Saloon Car Series: Class C Champion
2002 - BTCC (Barwell Motorsport Vauxhall Astra Coupe): 15th
2003 - BTCC (Honda Racing Honda Civic Type-R): 9th
2004 - BTCC (Arena International Motorsports Honda Civic Type-R): 9th.
2005 - BTCC (Arena International Motorsports Honda Civic Type-R): 5th. Le Mans Endurance Series (Zytek): 6th. ALMS (Zytek): 8th.
2006 - BTCC (VX Racing Vauxhall Astra Sports Hatch): 7th
2007 - BTCC (VX Racing Vauxhall Vectra): 9th
2008 - BTCC (Team Halfords Honda Civic): 10th, 107 pts
2010 - BTCC (Arena Motorsports Ford Focus ST): 5th, 191 pts
2013 - WTCC (RML Chevrolet Cruze): 5th, 213 pts


Chinetti, Luigi (I)

b 17/7/1906 (Milan) - d 17/8/1994


Emigrated to the USA

1932 - Won Le Mans 24 Hrs (Alfa Romeo 8C) with R.Sommer
1933 - Won Spa 24 Hrs (Alfa Romeo) with L.Chiron
1934 - Won Le Mans 24 Hrs (Alfa Romeo 8C) with P.Étancelin
1949 - Won Le Mans 24 Hrs (Ferrari 166MM) with Lord Selsdon. Won Spa 24 Hrs (Ferrari) with J.Lucas.


Chiti, Carlo (I)

b 29/11/1924 - d 07/07/1994

 

Chitwood, Joie (USA)

b 14/04/1912 - d 03/01/1988

 

Chouvel, Martial (B)

b


2000 - Belgian Procars (Alfa Romeo 156): 2nd 182 pts


Christodoulou, Adam (GB)

b


2009 - Star Mazda Series (JDC Motorsports): Champion, 473 pts


Christodoulou, Riki (GB)

b


2009 - British F3 (Fortec Motorsport Dallara-Mercedes Benz F308): 5th, 130 pts


Cicatelli, Salvatore (I)

b


2008 - Italian F3 (BVM Target Dallara-Fiat): 3rd, 61 pts


Cingolani, Daniel

b 28/05/1961

 

Cinotti, Sandro (I)

b


1975 - European F2 (March-BMW 752): 25th, 2 pts (5th Nürburgring)


Ciompi, Alessandro (I)

b


2004 - Italian F3 (Coloni Motorsport Lola-Dome Opel F106/03): 2nd, 139 pts


Cipriani, Marcello

b 17/08/1952

 

Ciuppa, Francesco (I)

b


1909 - Won Targa Florio (SPA)


Clairay, Yann (F)

b


2007 - Zandvoort Masters of F3 (Signature Plus Dallara-Mercedes Benz F307): 2nd.
2008 - F3 Euroseries (SG Formula Dallara-Mercedes Benz F308): 9th, 33 pts
2009 - Le Mans Series (Alphand Aventures Chevrolet Corvette C6.R): 1st GT1, 44 pts, with P.Goueslard


Clark, Peter (GB)

b 1915 - d ?/12/2000


1938 - Le Mans 24 Hrs (HRG): 10th
1952 - Le Mans 24 Hrs (Aston Martin): 7th
Subsequently vice-president of the BRDC and the first chairman of Silverstone Circuits.


Clark, Roger (GB)

b 05/08/1939 - d 12/01/1998

 

Clarke, Daniel (GB)

b 10/10/1983


2004 - Brands Hatch Formula Ford Festival (Team JLR Van Diemen RF04): Champion.
2005 - British F3 (Räikkönen Robertson Racing Dallara-Mugen Honda F305): 5th, 160 pts, 1 win (R1 Castle Combe).
2006 - Champ Cars (CTE Racing-HVM): 12th, 175 pts
2007 - Champ Cars (Minardi Team USA): 13th, 129 pts
2010 - IndyLights: 7th, 304 pts


Clarke, George (EIRE)

b 1980 - d 21/06/2002


Young marshal who was killed on the Donegal International Rally when the Citroen Saxo of Seamus Gallagher left the road, hitting two marshals and a photographer. The two marshals were pronounced dead at the scene.


Clarke, Jack (GB)

b 01/03/1988 (London)


2006 - UK F.BMW: 22nd
2007 - F.Palmer Audi: 4th
2008 - F.Palmer Audi: 5th


Clauson, Bryan (USA)

b 15/06/1989 (Carmichael, CA) - d 07/08/2016 (Lincoln, NE)


2007 - ARCA
2008 - NASCAR Xfinity Series, NASCAR Sprint Cup.
2011 - Indy Lights
2012 - Indy Lights. Indy 500.
2013 - Indy Car
2014 - Indy Car
2015 - Indy Car
2016 - Indy Car. Crashed in a USAC Midget event at Belleville High Banks on the 6th August, was airlifted to hospital in Lincoln where he died the following day.


Clear, Jock (GB)

b 12/09/1963


Degree in mechanical engineering. Once nicknamed "Two Shoes", as that was all you saw due to him being so far up Jacques Villeneuve's arse......

1988 - Design engineer with Lola.
1989 - 1990 - Design engineer with Benetton.
1991 - Senior engineer with Leyton House.
1992 - 1994 - Senior engineer with Lotus.
1998 - Race engineer with Williams.
1999 - Race engineer with BAR.


Cleland, John (GB)

b 15/7/1952 (Wishaw)


1986 - British Thundersaloon Champion
1987 - British Thundersaloon Champion
1988 - British Thundersaloon Champion
1989 - British Touring Car Champion
1995 - British Touring Car Champion
1996 - British Touring Cars (Vauxhall Vectra): 8th
1997 - British Touring Cars (Triple 8 Race Engineering Vauxhall Vectra)
1998 - British Touring Cars (Triple 8 Vauxhall Vectra)
1999 - British Touring Cars (Triple 8 Vauxhall Vectra)


Clement, Frank (GB)

b 1886 - d ?/2/1970


1924 - Won Le Mans 24 Hrs (Bentley Sport) with J.Duff


Clérico, Emmanuel (F)

b 30/12/1969 (Paris)


1995 - F3000 (Apomatox Reynard Cosworth), 15 points, J5th
2000 - Lamborghini Super Trophy Champion, with B.Dessange


Clewey, Dave

b 02/11/1944

 

Clifton, Randy (USA)

b 1963 - d 17/07/2004 (Petaluma, CA)


Nicknamed Rollover Randy due to a stunt he performed at Petaluma Speedway in a pick-up truck, Clifton was working as a race marshal at turn 2 during a 360 Sprint Car race when he was struck by the car of Adam McCarthy during a yellow flag period at Petaluma Speedway. He was transferred to Petaluma Valley Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.


Clinkard, Tony  (GB)

b 1955 - d 01/09/2002 (Lincoln)


British club racer who first started competing with an Alvis Special. In 1973 he started competing with the VSCC with a Triumph TR3. In 2002 he was competing in the Sports Racing and GT Challenge in a replica Cobra-Chevrolet at Cadwell Park, when Stefan Gilboy touched the grass at Coppice Corner and collided with Clinkard. Both cars speared into the tyre barrier. Clinkard was airlifted to Lincoln Hospital, but died after undergoing emergency surgery. He was survived by his wife Maria, and his children Gabriella and Alexander.


Clinton, Jeff (USA)

b 1964 - d 01/03/2002 (Homestead)


American club racer who won the SCCA GT-5 championship in 1990, and the SCCA S2000 championship in 2000, and raced in the American City Racing League Eastern Division. He lost his life when practicing an Archangel Motorsport Nissan Lola for a Grand-Am event. Entering turn 1, the car got onto the grass and became airborne when it hit a gravel trap. The car landed upside down and backwards, ripping off the roll-hoop. The driver was pronounced dead at the scene.


Cloostermans, Philip (B)

b


2001 - German F.Volkswagen: 2nd, 155 pts


Clos, Dani (F)

b 23/10/1988


2005 - Italian F.Renault: 17th. F.Renault Eurocup: 34th.
2006 - Italian F.Renault: Champion. F.Renault Eurocup: 7th.
2007 - F3 Euroseries: 12th
2008 - F3 Euroseries: 14th
2010 - GP2 (Racing Engineering): 4th, 51 pts
2011 - GP2 (Racing Engineering): 9th, 30 pts


Clucas, Ben (GB)

b


2006 - Australian F3 (Gawler Farm Machinery Dallara F304): Champion, 249 pts. Missed last four races.


Cobb, John (GB)


Cobb, Price (USA)

b 10/12/1954 (Dallas)


1990 - Won Le Mans 24 Hrs (Jaguar XJR-12) with M.Brundle & J.Nielsen


Cochet, Jonathan (F)

b


2000 - French F3 (Signature Elf Dallara-Renault F399): Champion, 162 pts
2001 - F3000 (Prost Jr): 0 pts (entered Nurburgring, Magny-Cours, Silverstone & Hockenheim races). Prost F1 test driver. Won Korea F3 Super Prix (Signature Competition Dallara-Renault F399).


Cocker, Jonny (GB)

b


2010 - ALMS (Drayson Racing Lola-Judd B09/60): 3rd LMP class, 100 pts


Cocks, Peter

b 18/10/1956

 

Cohen-Oliver, Max

b 30/04/1945

 

Colciago, Roberto (I)

b 04/04/1968


2000 - European Super Touring Cup (Audi A4 Quattro): 6th, 154 pts
2001 - European Super Touring Cup (Audi A4 Quattro): 6th, 423 pts
2002 - Swedish Touring Cars (Audi A4 Quattro): Champion, 174 pts
2003 - European Touring Cars (Autodelta Alfa Romeo 156 GTA): 6th, 66 pts


Colegrove, Chuck (USA)

b 1955 - d 20/08/2003 (Lock Haven, PA)


Killed when his super stock crashed through the guard rail between the 1st and 2nd turns at Clinton County Speedway in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania.


Coleman, Brad (USA)

b 26/02/1988 (Houston)


2002 - Karting
2003 - Fran-Am 1600: Rookie champion
2004 - Star Mazda Pro Series Rookie champion
2005 - NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series rookie champion
2006 - ARCA Series
2007 - NASCAR Busch Series


Coleman, Robbie (EIRE)

b


2000 - British Formula Ford Festival (Haywood Racing Mygale SJ00): 5th


Coles, Adrian

b 03/02/1970

 

Coletti, Stefano (MC)

b 06/04/1989 (Monte Carlo)


2005 - German F.BMW: 18th
2006 - USA F.BMW: 5th. German F.BMW: 7th.
2010 - F.Renault 3.5 (Comtec Racing): 6th, 76 pts
2012 - GP2 (Scuderia Coloni/Rapax): 13th, 50 pts
2013 - GP2 (Rapax): 5th, 135 pts
2015 - IndyCar (KV Racing Dallara-Chevrolet): 19th, 203 pts


Collard, Emmanuel (F)

b 3/4/1971 (Paris)


1992 - F3000 (Lola-Cosworth T92/50): 8th, 13 pts (4th Barcelona, Nürburgring, Magny-Cours, 3rd Albacete)
1993 - F3000 (Reynard-Cosworth 93D): 11th, 4 pts (3rd Nogaro)
2005 - Grand-Am (SunTrust Racing Riley-Pontiac MkXI): won Daytona 24 Hrs, with W.Taylor & M.Angelelli. Le Mans Endurance Series (Pescarolo Sport Pescarolo-Judd C60): Champion, 34 pts, with J-C.Boullion.
2006 - Le Mans Series (Pescarolo Sport Pescarolo-Judd C60): Champion, 50 pts, with J-C.Boullion.
2007 - FIA GTs (BMS Scuderia Italia Porsche 911 GT3-RSR): 3rd GT2 class, 64 pts, with M.Malucelli.
2011 - Le Mans Series (Pescarolo Team Pescarolo-Judd 01): Champion, 50 pts, with J.Jousse.


Collard, Robert (GB)

b 1/10/1968


1978-1995 - 1600cc Hot Rods. Champion in European, English and British series.
1996 - UK F.Ford Zetec: 4th
1997 - UK F.Ford Zetec: 4th
1998 - UK F.Ford Zetec (Van Diemen): 6th. Eurocar Pickups. Vauxhall Vectra SRi V6 Challenge Winter Series.
1999 - Vauxhall Vectra SRi V6 Challenge: 3rd
2000 - BTCC (Bintcliffe Sport Racing Nissan Primera): 4th in Class B.
2001 - BTCC (Collard Racing Renault Clio): 13th
2002 - BTCC (Collard Racing Renault Clio): 12th
2003 - BTCC (Collard Racing Vauxhall Astra Coupe): 10th, Independents Champion.
2004 - BTCC (Collard Racing Vauxhall Astra Coupe): 12th
2005 - BTCC (WSR MG ZS): 7th
2006 - BTCC (Team RAC MG ZS): 9th.
2007 - Porsche Carrera Cup GB.
2008 - BTCC (Motorbase Performance BMW 320si): 12th, 84 pts
2012 - BTCC (WSR BMW 320Si): 5th, 303 pts


Collins, Ben (GB)

b 13/02/1975


1994 - British F.First
1995 - F.Vauxhall Jr
1996 - F.Vauxhall. British F3 Class B (Team Magic Racing): 3rd, 5 class wins
1997 - British F3 (Fortec). Sportscars (Porsche 911 GT2) at Le Mans and Spa.
1998 - British F3 (Intersport). Indy Lights (Johansson Motorsport).
2000 - British F3 (Carlin Motorsport Dallara-Mugen Honda F300): 8th, 67 pts, 1 win (Donington Park Race 1). 2nd in Marlboro Masters at Zandvoort.
2001 - FIA Sportscar Championship (Team Ascari Ascari-Judd A410): 4th, 71 pts, with W.Lupberger.


Collins, Kelly (USA)

b


2008 - Grand-Am (Banner Racing Pontiac GXP.R): GT Class Champion, 373 pts, with P.Edwards.


Colombo, Giachino (I)

b - d


Chief designer at Alfa Romeo on Jano's sacking in 1939. He was hired by Ferrari after World War II.


Colombo, Stefano (I)

b 24/11/1990


2011 - F.Renault ALPS (Team Torino Motorsport/EPIC Racing): 5th, 154 pts


Coloni, Enzo (I)

b 17/10/1946


1982 - Italian F3 Champion


Coloni, Paulo (I)

b 24/05/1969

 

Colonna, Fabio (I)

b


1957 - Won Targa Florio (Fiat)


Colton, Mark

b 17/03/1961 - d 05/08/1995

 

Comer, Fred (USA)

b - d 12/10/1928


1926 - Indycars (Miller): 1 win (Atlantic City Race 4)


Compagnoni, Decimo (I)

b


1933 - Won Mille Miglia (Alfa Romeo 8C Monza) with T.Nuvolari


Compton, Stacey (USA)

b 26/5/1967


1999 - NASCAR: 3 races
2000 - NASCAR: 38th, 1857 pts


Conelli, Caberto (I)

b


1931 - Won Belgian GP (Bugatti T51) with W.Williams


Connew, Peter (GB)

b 11/07/1946


Race car designer at Team Surtees 1969-70. Designed and built own F1 car 1971-72.


Connor, George (USA)

b 16/8/1906 (Rialto (nr San Bernardino), California) - d 29/3/2001 (Hesperia, California)


1939 - Indycars: 10th
1941 - Indycars: 6th
1946 - Indycars (Kurtis-Offenhauser): 7th, 1 win (Atlanta)
1947 - Indycars: 9th
1949 - Indycars: 5th

Between 1935 and 1952, Connor made 63 Indycar starts, winning once. He started his career in the late 1920s, racing at the Colton oval near San Bernardino, before going on to race in the 1936 and 1937 Vanderbilt Cup Races. Connor was one of the drivers involved in the infamous 1934 incident involving a Hearst newspaper photographer that burst in on the funeral of Pacific Coast circuit champion Ernie Triplett. The photographer snapped photos of Triplett in his coffin and Triplett's grieving widow before running out of the church. He and a couple of his fellow drivers chased and caught the photographer, broke his camera and "roughed him up a bit". Connor was the only driver involved that faced a judge (the other two died in accidents before the case went to court), and he spent some time in jail, missing the 1934 Indy 500 as a result. He retired from racing in 1948, accepting a job with Ford. He also served as an official at the Bonneville Salt Flats speed trials in Utah.


Contreras, Enrique (MEX)

b 21/5/1962


1984 - Mexican Formula K Champion
1990 - Mexican F2 Champion


Conway, Mike (GB)

b 19/08/1983


2004 - British F.Renault (Fortec Motorsport): Champion, 471 pts
2005 - British F3 (Fortec Motorsport Dallara-Opel F305): 3rd, 192 pts, 1 win (R1 Croft).
2006 - British F3 (Double R Dallara-Mercedes F306): Champion, 321 pts. GP2 (DPR): 26th, 0 pts. Macau F3 GP (Double R Dallara-Mercedes F306): 1st.
2007 - GP2 (Super Nova International): 14th, 19 pts
2008 - GP2 (Trident Racing): 12th, 20 pts, 1 win (R2 Magny-Cours)
2009 - IndyCar Series (Dreyer & Reinbold Racing Dallara-Honda): 17th, 261 pts
2011 - IndyCar Series (Andretti Autosport): 17th, 260 pts
2012 - IndyCar Series (AJ Foyt Racing Dallara-Honda): 21st, 233 pts


Cooper, Ashley (AUS)

b 1981 - d 25/02/2008 (Adelaide)


2007 - V8UTE: Rookie of the Year
2008 - Died in the 2nd Fujitsu V8 race at the Clipsal 500 meet in Adelaide. His Ashley Cooper Motorsport Holden Commodore clipped the inside barrier at the apex of Turn 8, went wide and hit the retaining wall at the corner exit. He died from severe head trauma.


Cooper, Charles (GB)

b 14/10/1893 - d ?/10/1964

 

Cooper, Earl (USA)

b 1886 - d 23/10/1965


1912 - Indycars (Stutz): 1 win (Tacoma Race 2)
1913 - Indycars (Stutz): Champion, 5 wins (Tacoma Races 1 & 2, Santa Monica, Corona Races 1 & 2)
1914 - Indycars (Stutz): 1 win (Tacoma Race 2)
1915 - Indycars (Stutz): Champion, 5 wins (San Diego, Elgin Race 1, Minneapolis, Phoenix, San Francisco Race 2)
1917 - Indycars (Stutz): Champion, 4 wins (Ascot, Chicago Race 1, Minneapolis Race 1, Tacoma)
1921 - Indycars (Duesenberg): 1 win (Fresno Race 2)
1924 - Indycars (Miller): 1 win (Fresno)
1925 - Indycars (Miller): 1 win (Charlotte Race 1)
1926 - Indycars (Miller): 2 wins (Salem race 2, Charlotte Race 2)


Cooper, John (GB)

b 17/7/1923 (Kingston, Surrey) - d 24/12/2000

Together with his father Charles, John began manufacturing 500cc F3 cars after WW2. Also developed the Mini-Cooper. 

1952 - Mike Hawthorn campaigned a Cooper-Bristol in F1. 
1957 - Works Cooper F1 team launched.
1958 - First F1 win, Stirling Moss winning with a Rob Walker Cooper. 
1961 - Entered Indianapolis 500 for Brabham.
2000 - Awarded the CBE for services to the motor industry


Cope, Derrike (USA)

b 3/11/1958 (San Diego, California)


1990 - NASCAR: Won Daytona 500
2000 - NASCAR: 3 races, 57th, 198 pts


Coppuck, Gordon (GB)

b 8/12/1936


Started by designing CanAm, Indycar and F1 chassis for McLaren in the late 1960's and early 70's. He headed the design of the successful M23, and re-established the team after the death of Bruce McLaren. He moved to March for two years in the early 1980s, before founding Spirit Racing with John Wickham. He returned to March in 1987 to engineer Ivan Capelli, before joining the March/Porsche Indycar team with Teo Fabi for 1989-90. In the early 1990s he briefly returned to the March/Footwork team, then joining the Arceiro-Wells Indycar team in 1995.


Corbett, Humphrey (GB)

b 13/01/1949


1970 - Chief mechanic for March F3 team.
1971 - Chief mechanic for Brabham F3 team.
1972 - 1974 - Mechanic for GRD F3 & F2 teams.
1975 - 1984 - Ran own import/export business.
1985 - 1989 - Team manager and mechanic for Lola F3000.
1990 - 1993 - Team manager and race engineer for several F3000 teams.
1994 - 1995 - Race engineer for Simtek
1996 - 2000 - Race engineer for Prost
2001 - Race engineer for Jaguar
2002 - Race engineer for Toyota


Corbiau, Alain

b 19/08/1971

 

Corbyn, John

b 28/11/1941

 

Cordeiro, Leonardo (BRZ)

b


2009 - SudAm F3 (Cesario Formula Dallara-Berta): Champion, 134 pts


Corner, Nigel

b 27/11/1965

 

Coronel, Tim Alfa (NL)

b 05/04/1972

Son of Tom Coronel Sr

2000 - Dutch Touring Cars (Mitsubishi Carisma GDi): 3rd, 165 pts


Coronel, Tom Romeo (NL)

b 05/04/1972

Son of Tom Coronel Sr

1990 - Start of racing career in Citroen AX cup. After being elected as 'Best student' of the Racing School at Zandvoort Tom
drove his first season in the Citroen AX cup.
1991 - Winner Citroen AX cup. In 1991 Tom continued racing in the Citroen AX cup alongside his elder brother Jip. After a learning year in 1990 this would be the year of success. Tom scored points in all of the 8 races. In total Tom won 4 races
and scored 105 points, which was enough for the championship.
Results Citroen AX Cup 1991
Date Race     Result
 1/4 Zandvoort   4th
21/4 Zandvoort   1st
20/5 Zandvoort   1st
 9/6 Zandvoort   1st
 7/7 Zandvoort   1st
28/7 Zandvoort   4th
18/8 Zandvoort  10th
6/10 Zandvoort   2nd
     Barcelona   1st
1992 -  Touring cars and a bit of Formula Ford. After two years in one make racing Tom decided to move on to Touring cars. He drove a BMW 320i for the Rijnhaave team. His teammate was quite familiar to him as it was his big brother Raymond. Tom scored two race wins to get a total of 102 points, which was enough to clinch the championship ahead of the Alfa Romeo of Allard Kalff and the BMW of brother Raymond. This year he also did some Formula Ford races for the Fresh team. Despite his lack of experience he had some promising outings. Therefore Tom decided to change to singleseaters permanently.
 Date Race       Result
 29/3 Zandvoort     4th
 20/4 Zandvoort     3rd
 17/5 Zandvoort     4th
  8/6 Zandvoort     2nd
 28/6 Zandvoort     1st
 19/7 Zandvoort     5th
 16/8 Zandvoort     1st
  6/9 Zandvoort     2nd
11/10 Zandvoort    10th
1993 - Dutch Formula Ford 1800 champion. In '93 he fully concentrated on Formula Ford. He continued with Fresh racing
and drove the Dutch and Benelux championships with the brand new Vector car. He was contracted by the factory as their lead driver. In the Dutch championship Tom scored 3 victories and a total of 87 points to beat Belgian Geoffroy Horion to the title. The same Horion won the Benelux title in which Coronel finished second. Besides the Benelux and Dutch Formula Ford races, Tom also contested some races of the German series in which he scored several podium finishes. At the Formula Ford Festival, the inaugural World Championship of the series, Tom finished 5th in the qualifying heat and 9th in the Finals. Apart from Formula Ford Tom also contested the Marlboro Masters Formula 3 race at Zandvoort for Tatuus Racing. He also did a class 2 touringcar race in Italy. He raced a Bigazzi BMW 320i at Enna Pergusa. In Holland Tom had two guest-appearances for the Rover touringcar team at Zandvoort. In preparation for the 1994 season Tom drove two races of the British Formula
Vauxhall Lotus winter series at Donington Park for the Foundation team.
Results Dutch Formula Ford 1800 championship 1993
Date Race     Result
21/3 Zandvoort 10th
12/4 Zandvoort 1st
16/5 Zandvoort 1st
31/5 Zandvoort 1st
18/7 Zandvoort 2nd
26/9 Zandvoort 3rd
Final standings: Champion with 87 points
1994 - Euroseries Formula Opel. This year he drove for the team of Frits van Amersfoort. In the 15 races Tom contested he scored two victories and no less than eight pole positions. Tom finished second in the Euroseries behind Marco Campos. Highlight of the season must have been the victory in the Nations Cup together with Donny Crevels. At the end of the season Tom was elected as Dutch driver of the year, which gave him some extra financial backing to move on to Formula 3 the following season.
Results Formula Opel Euroseries 1994 (Van Amersfoort Racing)
Date Race     Result Remarks
24/4 Zolder      3rd -
24/4 Zolder      7th -
30/4 Imola       1st -
22/5 Mugello     1st -
22/5 Mugello     DNF Broken suspension
 4/6 Zeltweg     4th -
 5/6 Zeltweg     5th -
19/6 Spa         2nd Fastest lap
19/6 Spa         2nd -
 3/7 Magny Cours 2nd -
10/7 Silverstone 1st Fastest lap
31/7 Hockenheim  2nd -
21/8 Nürburgring 5th -
21/8 Nürburgring DNF Crash
 4/9 Zandvoort   2nd -
Final standings: 2nd with 174 points
1995 - German Formula 3 championship. Coronel finished seventh in the German Formula 3 championship scoring 74 points in 16 races. He contested the championship for the famous WTS team, the same team which brought drivers like the Schumacher brothers and Jos Verstappen on to the scene. Tom drove a Dallara-Opel alongside Ralf Schumacher. Coronel also contested the Monaco, Zandvoort and Macau -clash of the titans- Formula 3 races. Unfortunately he failed to finish at Monaco and Macau. At Zandvoort he drove a strong race and finished in fifth position.
Results German Formula 3 1995 (WTS Dallara-Opel)
 Date Race     Result Remarks
 22/4 Hockenheim  DNF Crash
 23/4 Hockenheim  DNF Puncture
  6/5 Avus        9th -
  7/5 Avus       11th -
 24/6 Norisring   4th -
 25/6 Norisring   3rd -
 22/7 Diepholz    DNF Crash
 23/7 Diepholz    9th -
 19/8 Nürburgring 3rd -
 20/8 Nürburgring 4th -
 16/9 Singen      DNF -
 17/9 Singen      DNF -
 7/10 Magny Cours 3rd -
 8/10 Magny Cours 4th -
14/10 Hockenheim  8th -
15/10 Hockenheim  DNF Spin
Final standings: 7th with 74 points
Results other Formula 3 races 1995 (WTS Dallara-Opel)
Date Race Qual. Result Remarks
 27/5 Monaco      7th DNF Crash
  6/8 Zandvoort   7th 5th
19/10 Macau       6th DNF Crash
1996 - Japanese Formula 3 championship. Tom decided to go to the Far East to do another year in F3. He was contracted as a factory driver for the TOM's team. He drove the TOM's chassis that was powered by a Toyota engine. Tom scored one victory and 5 second places to finish third in the championship. Coronel also contested in the Monaco F3 race for Prema racing in a Dallara Fiat where he finished in 2nd position. Later in the year he contested the Macau Formula 3 races. He finished 5th in his own TOM'S car. Tom also made a guest appearance in the Dutrch touringcar championship. He raced a Citroen ZX to victory at Zandvoort.
Results Japanese Formula 3 1996 (TOM'S Toyota)
 Date Race        Qual. Result Remarks
 31/3 Suzuka      8th 2nd -
 21/4 Tsukuba     1st 4th -
 12/5 Mine        2nd 2nd -
 23/5 Fuji        2nd 2nd -
  7/7 Suzuka      5th 4th -
  4/8 Sugo        2nd 1st -
  8/9 Sendai      4th 2nd -
 29/9 Suzuka      4th 2nd -
Final standings: 3rd with 39 points
Results other races 1996
 Date Race        Qual. Result Remarks
  8/4 Zandvoort   1st 1st Dutch Touringcar with Citroen ZX
 18/5 Monaco F3   4th 2nd F3 with Prema Power Dallara Fiat
17/10 Macau F3    9th 5th F3 with TOM'S Toyota
1997 - Japanese Formula 3 champion. Tom accepted the offer to stay for a second year at TOM's in Japan. Coronel knew he had to score in his third year in Formula 3 to keep his career going upwards. With Toyota power it was possible to do so as he proved by appearing the World's quickest Formula 3 driver. TOM'S Toyota chose to replace their sometimes difficult handling chassis for Dallara. In combination with their own strong engine the car proved to be the combination to beat. Tom outclassed everyone in the Japanese series by winning six of the seven races he entered. He could even afford to miss two rounds of the championship to contest the international Formula 3 races at Zandvoort and Macau.
In the first international Formula 3 race at Monaco Tom was heading for victory as he was leading in the tight streets of the princedom. Unfortunately Coronel was pushed out of the race by another competitor. At the second international clash, the Marlboro Masters at Zandvoort, Tom charged into the lead and won the race. The final international meeting was at Macau. Tom dominated in virtually all the practice sessions and was heading for victory when he made a small but fatal mistake in the first heat. Although he was out of a chance for outright victory Tom drove the race of his life in the second heat when he moved up from the back of the field to finish in second place.
Results Japanese Formula 3 1997 (TOM'S Dallara-Toyota)
 Date Race       Qual. Result Remarks
 30/3 Suzuka     2nd 1st -
 20/4 Tsukuba    1st 1st -
 18/5 Mine       2nd 2nd -
  1/6 Fuji       1st 1st -
  6/7 Suzuka     1st 1st -
  3/8 Sugo         - DNS Masters F3 race at Zandvoort
  7/9 Sendai     1st 1st -
 28/9 Motegi     1st 1st -
19/10 Fuji       1st  - race cancelled after accident
 9/11 Suzuka       -   - DNS due to Macau preparation
Final standings: Champion with 60 points
Results other Formula 3 races 1997 (TOM'S Dallara-Toyota)
 Date Race       Qual. Result Remarks
 10/5 Monaco     2nd DNS Car damaged at restart
  3/8 Zandvoort  4th 1st -
16/11 Macau      3rd 13th -
1998 - After winning the Japanese Formula 3 title it was time for Tom to move on to a higher category. Coronel chose to remain in Japan and to contest the Formula Nippon series, the Japanese counterpart of the European Formula 3000 series. Also Tom contested the Japanese GT series. In both classes the Dutchman drove for the Nakajima team of former Formula 1 driver Satoru Nakajima. In Formula Nippon Tom drove a Reynard Mugen and in the GT series he shared a Honda NSX with Koji Yamanishi. As Nakajima operates as a factory team of Honda Tom could benefit from the latest developments. It was clear that Tom had a lot to learn in this new category which is a lot more powerfull than the Formula 3 cars he was used to. Also the team had a lot to learn as Tom was the first foreign driver to drive for Nakajima. At the end of the year the learning process showed some results. Unfortunately Tom did not always have Lady Luck on his side. In the final race for instance he dropped out of the lead with technical problems. In the GT series things went a lot better. Tom and Koji Yamanishi often scored podium finishes and they were in with a title chance until the final race of the season. Also in that race Lady Luck was not with them as the Mobil 1 Nakjima NSX dropped out in the warm-up lap giving the title to Nissan. Despite that Tom can look back on a succesful year with a second place in the Japanese GT series and a number of strong drives in Formula Nippon.
Results Formula Nippon 1998 (Nakajima Racing Reynard-Mugen)
 Date Race      Qual. Result Remarks
 19/4 Suzuka    15th 8th -
 17/5 Mine      16th 6th -
 31/5 Fuji       6th DNF ignition
 14/6 Motegi     2nd 4th -
  5/7 Suzuka     6th 5th -
  2/8 Sugo      14th 5th -
 30/8 Fuji       9th   - race cancelled
 20/9 Mine       6th DNF crash
18/10 Fuji       3rd DNF battery
29/11 Suzuka    15th 14th
Final Standings: 11th with 8 points
Results Japanese GT championship 1998 (Mobil 1 Nakajima Honda NSX)
 Date Race      Qual. Result Remarks
 22/3 Suzuka     2nd 2nd -
  3/5 Fuji       1st   - race cancelled
 28/6 Sendai    15th DNF clutch
  9/8 Fuji       3rd 1st -
 13/9 Motegi     5th DNF brakes
11/10 Mine       2nd 2nd -
25/10 Sugo       5th DNF driveshaft
15/11 Aida       1st 1st non-championship race
Final Standings: 2nd with 50 points
1999 - After his first year in Formula Nippon Tom Coronel stayed with Nakajima Racing, and was the favorite for the title. He proved his skill by winning the championship with 50 points. In the Japanese GT series he didnt do as well as in 1998. This year his teammate was Hiro Matsusada. He finished 5th in the championship with 41 points. He had one victory in the Japanese GT series, and he also won the non championship All star race. That same year he had his first outing at Le Mans. He drove for the Racing for Holland project, started up by Jan Lammers, and drove together with him and Peter Kox. They drove a Lola-Ford, but didnt finish the 24 hours, they dropped out after 18 hours.
Results Formula Nippon 1999 (Nakajima Racing Reynard-Mugen)
 Date Race      Qual. Result Remarks
 18/4 Suzuka    3rd 2nd -
  9/5 Motegi    1st DNF fuelpump
 23/5 Mine      3rd 3rd -
  6/6 Fuji      4th 1st -
  4/7 Suzuka    6th 2nd fastest lap
  1/8 Sugo      1st 1st -
  5/9 Fuji      1st 1st -
 19/9 Mine      1st DNF gearbox
 3/10 Motegi    3rd 3rd -
14/11 Suzuka    2nd DNF crash
Final Standings: Champion with 50 points
Results Japanese GT championship 1999 (Mobil 1 Nakajima Honda NSX)
 Date Race      Qual. Result Remarks
 21/3 Suzuka    3rd 11th -
  2/5 Fuji      5th 14th -
 30/5 Sugo      10th 4th -
 11/7 Mine      4th DNF electronics
  8/8 Fuji      9th 8th -
 26/9 Aida      1st 1st -
24/10 Motegi    10th 5th -
28/11 Autopolis 1st 1st non-championship race
Final Standings: 5th with 41 points
2000 - On the 16th of December Tom got his testing debut in Formula 1. On the circuit de catalunya he tested for two days for the Arrows F1 Team. This was the beginning of a lot of negotiation with Tom Walkinshaw, hoping to get a drive for the Arrows team. Unfortunately the deal didnt go through and the only drive Tom had in the year 2000 would be Le Mans with Racing for Holland. It was a bad year for Tom, because the 24 hours of Le Mans ended after two hours. At the end of that year he drove two races for Carsport Team Holland with Mike Hezemans, and won one of the two races.
2001 - Tom signed a contract for the Dutch BMW dealer team to drive in the Dutch Touring Car Championship. Although he didnt win much races he was the sensation in the series. He also drove a couple of races in the FIA GT championship for Lister Storm, and did win a couple of races. He got a chance to drive with an Audi run by Stefan Johansson during the Le Mans track. Unfortunately after two hours without even driving during the race, they had to retire. During another race on Estoril with Johanssons Audi, while leading he got smacked by an GT Porsche and had a big crash driving around 250 km/h. He got out unhurt.
2002 - Drives for the Carly BMW Team in the ETCC, with teammates Peter Kox and Gianni Morbidelli (finished 7th, 16 pts). Drove at Le Mans with the Racing for Holland project in a Dome-Judd, with teammates Jan Lammers and Val Hillebrand.


Correa, Irineu (BRZ)

b - d 02/06/1935 (Rio de Janeiro)


Killed during the III Grande Prêmio da Cidade de Rio de Janeiro at Gávea. He was driving a Ford V8 which he crashed on the second lap, with fatal consequences.


Corser, Troy (AUS)

b 27/11/1971

 

Cortés, Máximo (E)

b


2007 - Spanish F3: Champion, 117 pts


Cortese, Franco (I)

b 1903 (Oggebbio)


1951 - Won Targa Florio (Frazer Nash)


Corthals, Pierre-Yves

b 23/10/1976

 

Corti, Enzo (I)

b


1969 - European F2: 15th, 2 pts


Corum, Lora "LL" (USA)

b 1895 - d 1949


1924 - Won Indy 500 (Duesenberg) with J.Boyer


Costa, Albert (E)

b


2009 - F.Renault Euroseroes (Epsilon Euskadi): Champion, 138 pts. F.Renault WEC (Epsilon Euskadi): Champion, 172 pts
2010 - F.Renault 3.5 (Epsilon Euskadi): 5th, 78 pts
2011 - F.Renault 3.5 (Epic Racing): 4th, 151 pts


Costa, Marcel (E)

b 04/11/1978 (Guardiola de Bergueda)


1994 - Karting
1995 - Karting
1996 - Karting
1997 - French Formula Campus: Champion
1998 - French F.Renault
1999 - French F3 (Promotion Class)
2000 - Spanish Formula Super Toyota
2001 - Spanish F3
2002 - Spanish F3 (EV Racing): Champion, 190 pts. Macau F3 GP (Team Ghinzani Dallara-Mugen Honda F302): retired. Korea F3 Super Prix: 29th.
2003 - Spanish GT Championship (Ferrari): 3rd, 1st in GTB class.
2005 - Barcelona 24 Hrs (SEAT): 1st.


Costantini, Meo (F)

b 1889 (Vittorio Veneto) - d 1940 (Milan)


1925 - Won Targa Florio (Bugatti T35).
1926 - Won Spanish GP (Bugatti T35). Won Targa Florio (Bugatti T35T).


Costanzo, Alfredo (AUS)

b 3/1/1943


1980 - Australian Gold Star Champion
1981 - Australian Gold Star Champion
1982 - Australian Gold Star Champion
1983 - Australian Gold Star Champion


Costin, Frank

b 08/06/1920

 

Costin, Mike (GB)

b 10/07/1929

 

Cothran, Stephen "Rooster" (USA)

b 1965 - d 05/06/2002


Crashed during a modified mini-stock race at Lanier National Speedway, Georgia, on June 1st, but later succumbed to his injuries.


Cottaz, Didier (F)

b 23/5/1967 (Bourgoin)


1993 - French F3: Champion
1994 - F3000 (Reynard-Judd 94D): 5th, 13 pts (6th Silverstone, 3rd Pau, 2nd Spa, 5th Estoril)


Cotterill, Jeremy (GB)

b 18/02/1967

 

Couceiro, Pedro

b 23/07/1970

 

Coughlan, Mike (GB)

b 17/02/1959

 

Coulon, Jacques (F)

b 15/1/1942


1973 - European F2 (March-BMW 732): 5th, 33 pts, 1 win (Vallelunga), (3rd Hockenheim, 4th Rouen, 3rd Monza, 6th Karlskoga, 3rd Salzburgring, 4th Albi)
1974 - European F2 (March-BMW 742): 13th, 5 pts (4th Mugello, 5th Hockenheim)


Courcelles, Gérard de (F)

b


1925 - Won Le Mans 24 Hrs (Lorraine-Dietrich B3-6) with A.Rossignol


Courtis, Ernest (GB)

b


1907 - Won Tourist Trophy (Rover 20hp)


Courtney, James (AUS)

b 29/6/1980


Double world karting champion

1987 - 1993 - Competed in Australian kart championships
1994 - Competed in CIK FIA International Kart championship. Australian National Championships: 2nd. Formula Junior NSW Kart Championships: 2nd.
1995 - World Junior Kart Champion. CIK FIA International Kart Champion.
1996 - World Formula A Kart Championships: 4th. 5th in Kart World Cup.
1997 - FIA World Formula A Kart Champion. European Kart Championships: 5th. 2nd in Kart World Cup. 2nd in Kart International Race Of Champions.
1998 - Works driver for Tony Kart team. Competed in Formula Super A World and European Championships, the World Cup and the North American Championship.
1999 - British F.Ford: 5th. 2nd in British Formula Ford Festival. 5th in European Formula Ford.
2000 - British F.Ford (Works Van Diemen): Champion, 169 pts, 6 wins
2001 - British F3 (Jaguar Racing Dallara-Mugen Honda F300): 4th, 227 pts (1 win, R1 Silverstone)
2002 - Silverstone F3 International Challenge (Carlin Motorsport Dallara-Mugen Honda F302): 3rd. Marlboro Masters of F3: 10th. Jaguar F1 test driver - had a big testing crash at Monza, and had to miss some races. British F3 (Carlin Motorsport Dallara-Mugen Honda F302): 2nd, 269 pts, 5 wins. Macau F3 GP: retired. Korea F3 Super Prix: 12th.
2003 - Japanese F3 (TOM's Dallara-Toyota F302): Champion, 296 pts. F.Nippon (5Zigen Lola-Mugen Honda B351): J12th, 3 pts. Macau F3 GP (TOM's Dallara-Toyota F302): retired/puncture/accident. Korea F3 Super Prix (TOM's): 4th.
2008 - Australian V8 Supercars (Jeld-Wen Motorsport Ford Falcon BF): 6th, 2446 pts
2010 - Australian V8 Supercars (Jim Beam Racing Ford Falcon FG): Champion, 3055 pts


Couto, Andre (MAC)

b 14/12/1976


2000 - F3000 (Gauloises Formula), J17th, 4 pts. Won Macau F3 GP. 6th in Korean Super Prix.


Covey, Howard (USA)

b


1909 - Indycars (Cadillac): Won Portland Race 1


Cowan, Andrew (GB)

b 13/12/1936

 

Cowell, Robert (GB)

b


A Spitfire pilot during World War II, Robert Cowell was an amateur race driver who is most famous for undergoing a sex-change operation. After the operation, Cowell still competed, although now known as Roberta Cowell.


Cowie, Hilton

b 04/02/1967

 

Cowperthwaite, Nigel

b 05/12/1960

 

Cox, Charlie (AUS)

b 10/10/1960

 

Coyne, Dale

b 08/07/1954

 

Coyne, Dave (GB)

b 31/3/1958


1987 - EFDA F3 Euroseries Champion, 1 win (Knutsdorp)


Cozzolino, Kei (J)

b


2009 - Japanese F3: 4th, 66 pts


Cramer, Marc

b 14/10/1964

 

Craven, Ricky (USA)

b 24/5/1966


1990 - NASCAR Busch North Series: 2 wins, Rookie of the Year
1991 - NASCAR Busch North Series: Champion, 10 wins. NASCAR: 1 race
1992 - NASCAR Busch Grand National Series: Rookie of the Year
1993 - NASCAR Busch Grand National Series: 2nd
1994 - NASCAR Busch Grand National Series: 2nd, 2 wins (Hickory, Nazareth)
1995 - NASCAR
1996 - NASCAR: 3 top 5 finishes
1997 - NASCAR: 4 top 5 finishes
1998 - NASCAR: 11 races
1999 - NASCAR
2000 - NASCAR: 44th, 1175 pts


Crawford, Rick (USA)

b


2002 - NASCAR Craftsman Trucks: 2nd, 3313 pts


Crawhez, Pierre de (F)

b


1903 - Won Circuit of Ardennes (Panhard 70)


Crespi, Nino (BRZ)

b - d 03/10/1934 (Rio de Janeiro)


Killed during the II Grande Prêmio da Cidade de Rio de Janeiro at Gávea. He was driving a Bugatti, and had a fatal accident on the 16th lap.


Cressoni, Matteo (I)

b


2004 - Italian F3 (Ombra Racing Dallara-Mugen Honda F304): Champion, 146 pts


Crevels, Donny (NL)

b 06/02/1974

 

Crevits, Robert (B)

b


1964 - Won Spa 24 Hrs (Mercedes-Benz 300SE) with G.Gosselin


Crichton-Stuart, Charles (GB)

b 10/3/1939 (London) - d 02/07/2001 (Philippines)


1965 - F3 (Stirling Moss Automobile Racing Team-Brabham): 3 wins (2 x Montlhery, Sachsenring)
1966 - Temporada F3 Champion (Stirling Moss Automobile Racing Team-Brabham), winning the Sesqua Centennial Trophy at Mar del Plata.

Subsequently joined Williams, arranging the Saudia sponsorship for the team. Joined Haas-Lola Beatrice in the 1980s, and in later years went shipwreck and treasure hunting in the Pacific. He was living in the Philippines when he suffered a fatal heart attack.


Crinelli, Patrick (I)

b 5/8/1971


1993 - GM-Lotus Euroseries Champion


Croceri, Fernando (RA)

b 6/1/1960


1993 - Sud-Am F3 Champion. Brazilian F3 Champion


Cronin, Keith (EIRE)

b 18/7/1986


2003 - Started rallying as a co-driver
2004 - Started rallying as a driver
2009 - British Rally Championship (Mitsubishi Lancer): Champion
2010 - British Rally Championship (TEG Sport Subaru Impreza): Champion


Crosara, Marco (I)

b


1950 - Won Mille Miglia (Ferrari 195S) with G.Marzotto
1953 - Won Mille Miglia (Ferrari 340MM) with G.Marzotto


Crouch, John (AUS)

b


1949 - Won Australian GP


Crow, Stuart (USA)

b 21/8/1959


1990 - SCCA Super Vee Champion
2000 - US F3 (Ralt-VW F3/2000): Champion, 152 pts


Cudini, Alain (F)

b 19/4/1946


1974 - European F2: 16th, 1 pt (6th Karlskoga)
1983 - French Supertouring Champion


Cuff, David

b 06/04/1968

 

Culcheth, Brian

b 03/08/1938

 

Cullen, Michael

b 25/03/1963

 

Cummings, Bill (USA)

b 1914 - d 8/2/1939


1930 - Indycars (Miller/Duesenberg): 2 wins (Langhorne, Syracuse)
1932 - Indycars (Miller): 1 win (Oakland)
1933 - Indycars (Miller): 2 wins (Detroit, Syracuse)
1934 - Indycars (Miller): Champion, 1 win (Indy 500)


Cunico, Franco (I)

b 11/10/1957

 

Cunningham, Brian

b 24/08/1970

 

Cunningham, Briggs Swift (USA)

b 1907 - d 02/07/2003 (Las Vegas)


From the 1940s to his last race in 1965, Cunningham was a fierce sports car racing competitor who also skippered the Columbia to win the 1958 America’s Cup after he took over when the original skipper, Cornelius Shields, had a heart attack during the trials. After winning many road races in the United States, he raced in the 1950 Le Mans 24 Hrs. In 1950 he established an automobile manufacturing and development company to build his own cars to compete with the Europeans.  The first Cunningham C-1 was designed around a Cadillac engine.  His most successful sports car was the C-4R, which won multiple races in the 1953 and 1954 U.S. racing seasons. After retiring from racing, Cunningham and his wife Laura opened the Cunningham Automotive Museum in Costa Mesa, California, to display his personal collection of automobiles. The museum closed in 1985; the collection of cars was sold to Cunningham’s lifelong friend, Miles Collier Jr., who keeps the collection in a private museum in Florida. He died from complications due to Alzheimer's disease.


Cunningham, Jacko (USA)

b


1989 - North American (Eastern) F.Atlantic Champion


Cunningham, Neil (NZ)

b 12/06/1962 - d 25/05/2016

 

Cunningham, Wade (USA)

b 19/08/1984


2005 - Infiniti Pro Series (Brian Stewart Racing): Champion, 519 pts
2006 - Indy Pro Series (Brian Stewart Racing): 3rd, 379 pts
2007 - Indy Pro Series (AFS Racing Inc/Andretti Green Racing): 3rd, 423 pts


Cunningham-Reid, Noël (GB)

b


1957 - Sportscars (Aston Martin DBR144): 1 win (Nürburgring) with T.Brooks


Curnow, Ross (GB)

b 28/06/1987 (Salisbury)


2005 - UK F.BMW: 5th
2006 - UK F.BMW: 3rd


Cutler, Lawrence

b 18/10/1948