F

Fabi, Bertrand

b - d 22/02/1986

 

Fabi, Stefano (I)

b


Son of Teo Fabi

2002 - British F3 (Team Avanti Dallara-Mugen Honda F302): J21st, 8 pts


Fabian, Attila

b 23/09/1957

 

Fabre, Pascal

b 09/01/1960

 

Fairman, Nic (GB)

b 1973 - d 3/7/2001 (Mallory Park)


Club racer who was killed after his DSN Racing Caterham Superlight R hit the tyre barrier on the outside of the pit straight while lying in fifth place in a 750MC Goldarts Sevens race. He span trying to avoid the accident involving his brother Simon which was taking place in front of him.


Falcini, Julien (F)

b


2001 - French F.Renault Campus: J3rd, 162 pts


Fall, Tony (GB)

b 23/03/1940 (Bradford) - d 01/12/2007


1965 - Alpine Rally (Mini Cooper S): 8th
1966 - Polish Rally (Mini Cooper S): 1st, with Atis Krauklis.
1967 - Nurburgring 84 Hrs (Mini Cooper S): 2nd. Danube Rally (Austin 1800): 2nd.
1969 - Excluded from 1st on TAP Rally Portugal (Lancia Fulvia) for carrying his wife Pat a lift for the last 20 yards to the finish ramp. Nurburging 84 Hrs (Lancia Fulvia): 1st, with S.Barbasio & H.Kallstrom. Rally of the Incas (Ford Escort TC): 1st, with G.Palm. RAC Rally (Lancia Fulvia): 3rd, with H.Liddon
1970 - World Cup Rally (Ford Escort): 6th, with footballer Jimmy Greaves.
1971 - Welsh Rally (Datsun 240Z): 1st.
2007 - Died in Tanzania in his sleep from a suspected heart attack - had been helping the organisers of the East African Safari Classic Rally.


Fangio II, Juan Manuel (RA)

b 19/9/1956 (Balcarce)


Nephew of Juan Manuel Fangio.

1985 - F3000 (Lola-Cosworth T950): 16th, 1 pt (6th Spa)
1992 - IMSA GT Champion. Sportscars: Won Sebring 12 Hrs (Eagle-Toyota Mk3) with A.Wallace
1993 - IMSA GT Champion. Sportscars: Won Sebring 12 Hrs (Eagle-Toyota Mk3) with A.Wallace


Fantin, Pietro (BRZ)

b 28/11/1993 (Curitiba)


2011 - British F3 (Hitech Racing Dallara-VW F308): 8th, 119 pts
2012 - British F3 (Carlin Motorsport Dallara-VW F312): 7th, 195 pts


Farfus, Augusto (BRZ)

b 03/10/1983 (Curitiba)


1992-1999 - Karting
2000 - Italian F.Renault
2001 - F.Renault Eurocup (RC Motorsport): Champion, 160 pts
2002 - Euro F3000 (Draco): 9th, 8 pts
2003 - Euro F3000 (Draco): Champion, 60 pts
2004 - European Touring Cars (Autodelta Alfa Romeo 156): 6th, 54 pts
2005 - World Touring Cars (Autodelta Alfa Romeo 156): 4th, 64 pts
2006 - World Touring Cars (N-Technology Alfa Romeo 156): 3rd, 64 pts
2007 - World Touring Cars (Schnitzer BMW 320si): 4th, 71 pts
2009 - World Touring Cars (Schnitzer BMW 320si): 3rd, 113 pts
2010 - World Touring Cars (BMW 320si): 7th, 167 pts
2012 - DTM (RBM BMW M3): 7th, 69 pts
2013 - DTM (RBM BMW M3): 2nd, 116 pts


Faria, Pedro (P)

b


1994 - Portuguese Touring Car Champion


Farman, Maurice (F)

b 1868 - d ?


1901 - Won Pau GP (Panhard 24CV)


Farnbacher, Horst (D)

b 24/06/1961

 

Fässler, Marcel (CH)

b 26/10/1976


1995 - French F.Renault Campus
1996 - French F.Renault
1998 - French F3
1999 - German F3 (Bemani): 2nd, 4 wins
2000 - German Touring Car Masters (AMG Mercedes CLK-DTM): 4th, 116 pts
2001 - DTM (Warsteiner AMG Mercedes CLK): 4th, 76 pts
2002 - DTM (Team AMG Mercedes CLK 2002): 4th, 30 pts
2003 - DTM (Team AMG Mercedes CLK 2003): 3rd, 57 pts
2004 - DTM (OPC Team Phoenix Opel Vectra GTS V8): 9th, 13 pts
2012 - FIA World Endurance Championship (Audi Sport Team Joest Audi R18 E-Tron Quattro/TDI): Champion 172.5 pts, with B.Treluyer and A.Lotterer (won Le Mans 24 Hrs)
2015 - FIA WEC (Audi Sport Team Joest Audi R18 e-Tron Quattro): 2nd, 138 pts, with A.Lotterer, B.Treluyer


Fauchille, Jean-Francois

b 24/11/1947

 

Faulkner, Damien (EIRE)

b


1998 - F.Palmer Audi
1999 - F.Palmer Audi
2000 - European F.Palmer Audi: Champion, 299 pts, 6 wins
2001 - Indylights: 3rd, 141 pts


Faulkner, Walt (USA)

b 16/2/1920 - d 22/4/1956


1950 - Indycars (Kurtis-Offenhauser KK2000): 1 win (Milwaukee Race 2)
1951 - Indycars (Kuzma-Offenhauser): 2 wins (Darlington, Milwaukee Race 2)


Fauzy, Fairuz (MAL)

b 24/10/1982


2006 - GP2 (Super Nova International): 25th, 0 pts
2008 - GP2 Asia Series (Super Nova Racing): 4th, 24 pts
2009 - Formula Renault 3.5 (Mofaz Fortec Motorsport): 2nd, 98 pts


Favre, Philippe (CH)

b 11/12/1961 (Geneva) - d 07/12/2013


1989 - F3000 (Lola-Cosworth T89/50): 13th, 6 pts (2nd Silverstone)
2013 - Killed in a skiing accident.


Fedon, Stephane

b 12/08/1970

 

Felbermayr Jr, Horst (D)

b 30/11/1970

 

Fellows, Ron (USA)

b 28/09/1959


2003 - ALMS (Corvette Racing Chevrolet Corvette C5-R): GTS Champion, 151 pts, with J.O'Connell
2004 - ALMS (Corvette Racing Chevrolet Corvette C5-R): GTS Champion, 179 pts, with J.O'Connell


Fengler, Harlan (USA)

b - d 1/4/1981


1923 - Indycars (Miller): 1 win (Kansas City Race 2)
1924 - Indycars (Miller): 1 win (Beverly Hills)


Ferguson, Dick

b 16/03/1950

 

Ferguson, Horace

b 04/11/1884 - d 25/10/1960

 

Ferguson, WE (USA)

b


1913 - Indycars (Peugeot): 1 win (Galveston Race 2)


Fernández, Adrian (MEX)

b 20/4/1965 (Mexico City)


1993 - Indycar (Galles)
1994 - Indycar (Galles): 13th
1995 - Indycar (Galles): 12th (3rd Michigan)
1996 - Indycar (Tasman Motorsports): 12th, 1 win (Toronto)
1997 - Indycar (Tasman Motorsports): 18th
1998 - Indycar (Patrick Racing): 4th, 2 wins (Motegi, Mid-Ohio)
1999 - Indycar (Patrick Racing Swift/Reynard): 6th, 2 wins (Motegi, Fontana). Crashed in Detroit, breaking wrist and missing four races.
2000 - Indycar (Patrick Racing Reynard-Ford 2KI): 2nd, 158 pts, 2 wins
2001 - Indycar (Fernández Racing Reynard-Honda 01I): 18th, 45 pts
2002 - Indycar (Fernández Racing Lola-Honda B2/00): 14th, 59 pts (2nd Milwaukee)
2004 - IRL (Fernández Racing G Force-Honda): 5th, 445 pts, 3 wins (Kentucky Speedway, Chicagoland, Fontana)
2009 - ALMS (Fernadez Racing Acura ARX-01b): LMP2 Champion, 217 pts, with L.Diaz.


Ferran, Gil de (BRZ)

b 11/11/1967 (Paris, France)

1992 - British F3: Champion
1993 - F3000 (Reynard-Cosworth 93D): 4th, 21 pts, 1 win (Silverstone)
1994 - F3000 (Reynard-Judd 94D): 3rd, 28 pts, 2 wins (Pau, Enna)
1995 - Indycar (Jim Hall): 14th, 1 win (Laguna Seca). Won Rookie of the Year award.
1996 - Indycar: 6th, 1 win (Cleveland)
1997 - Indycar: 2nd
1998 - Indycar (Walker Racing): 12th
1999 - Indycar (Walker Racing)
2000 - Indycar (Penske Reynard-Honda): Champion, 168 pts, 2 wins
2001 - Indy 500 (Team Penske Dallara-Aurora): 2nd. Indycars (Penske Reynard-Honda 01I): Champion, 199 pts, 2 wins (Houston, Rockingham)
2002 - IRL (Team Penske Dallara-Chevrolet): 3rd, 443 pts, 1 win (Pikes Peak)
2009 - ALMS (De Ferran Motorsports Acura ARX-02a): 2nd, 162 pts, with S.Pagenaud

Ferrara, Luigi (I)

b


2005 - Italian F3 (Corbetta Team Dallara-Opel F304): Champion, 180 pts


Ferrari, Alfredino (I)

b - d 1956


Son of Enzo, he helped with the design of the Ferrari 246 before dying of muscular dystrophy. The 246 was named the "Dino" in his memory.


Ferrari, Enzo Anselmo (I)

b 18/2/1898 (Modena) - d 14/8/1988 (Modena)

Started by running the Alfa Romeo team pre-war. 

1924 - Won the Coppa Acerbo. 
1947 - Founded Scuderia Ferrari, selling road cars to fund his racing. Had sportscar successes.
1950 - Entered the inaugral F1 World Championship 
1952 - Won the F1 World Drivers Championship with Alberto Ascari for the first time.


Ferrari, Piero Lardi (I)

b 22/05/1945


Son of Enzo, and a one time manager of Ferrari.


Ferrier, Leanne (AUS)

b


2000 - Australian FF1600 (Van Diemen RF94), 3rd, 136 pts


Ferrier, Tom (GB)

b 14/11/1981

 

Ferté, Alain (F)

b 8/10/1955 (Falaise)


Brother of Michel

1980 - French F3: Champion
1981 - European F3: 1 win (Jarama). Won Monaco F3 race.
1982 - European F3: 1 win (Magny-Cours). Won Monaco F3 race.
1983 - F2 (Maurer-BMW MM83): 12th, 4 pts (5th Nurburgring, Jarama)
1984 - F2 (Martini-BMW 002): 13th, 2 pts (5th Pau)
1985 - F3000 (March-Cosworth 85B): 9th, 10 pts (2nd Spa, 4th Dijon, 6th Donington)
1986 - F3000 (March-Cosworth 86B): 13th, 4 pts (3rd Imola)
1988 - Won Tourist Trophy (Ford Sierra RS500) with A.Rouse
1989 - F3000 (Reynard-Cosworth 89D): 16th, 3 pts (6th Vallelunga, 5th Pau)
1990 - Sportscars (Jaguar XJR-11): 1 win (Silverstone) with M.Brundle


Ferté, Michel (F)

b 8/12/1958 (Falaise)


Brother of Alain.

1983 - French F3: Champion. Won Monaco F3 GP. F2 (Martini-BMW 001): 20th, 1 pt
1984 - F2 (Martini-BMW 002): 3rd, 29 pts (2nd Mugello, Brands Hatch, 3rd Silverstone, 2xHockenheim, 4th Vallelunga, 5th Enna)
1985 - F3000 (March-Cosworth 85B): 5th, 17 pts (2nd Estoril, 3rd Silverstone, Thruxton, 4th Donington)
1986 - F3000 (March-Cosworth 86B): 5th, 24 pts (2nd Mugello, Le Mans Bugatti, 3rd Pau, Birmingham, Jarama, 5th Spa)
1987 - F3000 (Lola-Cosworth T87/50): 14th, 5 pts (3rd Pau, 6th Donington)
1988 - F3000 (Lola-Cosworth T88/50): 20th, 1 pt (6th Birmingham)


Fertl, Hans

b 29/01/1960

 

Festa, Chris (USA)

b


2004 - Toyota Atlantic (Rahal Letterman Racing): 8th, 172 pts


Fetterman, Ira (USA)

b


1919 - Indycar (Peerless): 1 win (Uniontown Race 4)
1921 - Indycar (Duesenberg): 1 win (Uniontown Race 2)


Feucht, Jurgen

b 14/10/1952

 

Fiat, François (F)


2001 - French GTs (DDO Chrysler Viper GTS-R): Champion, 350 pts, with D.Dupuy


Fiedler, Fritz (D)

b - d


BMW vice-president who was one of the key people in the creation of the 328, which went on to be a successful race car.


Field, Clint (USA)

b 16/06/1983


2005 - ALMS (Intersport Racing Lola-AER B05/40): LMP2 Class Champion, 134 pts


Field, Ted (USA)

b


1979 - Won Daytona 24 Hrs (Porsche 935) with D.Ongais & H.Haywood


Fierlandt, Hughes de (B)

b


1975 - Won Spa 24 Hrs (BMW 3.0 CSL) with P.Dieudonne & J.Xhenceval
1976 - Won Tourist Trophy (BMW 3.0 CSL) with P.Dieudonne & J.Xhenceval


Figge, Alex (USA)

b


2004 - Toyota Atlantic (Pacific Coast Motorsports): 7th, 201 pts
2007 - Champ Cars (Pacific Coast Motorsports): 17th, 95 pts


Filiberti, Nicolas (RA)

b


2001 - F3000 (Prost Jr): 0 pts - entered only first five races.


Filippi, Luca (I)

b 09/08/1985


1994 - 2003 - Karting
2002 - Italian F.Renault Winter Series. Mazda MS-5 Cup.
2003 - Italian F.Renault: 18th. British F.Renault.
2004 - Italian F.Renault: 3rd. F.Renault Eurocup: 24th.
2005 - Italian F3000 (Fisichella Motorsport Lola B05/40): Champion, 65 pts
2006 - GP2 (FMS International/BCN Competicion): 18th, 7 pts
2007 - GP2 (Super Nova International): 3rd, 59 pts
2008 - GP2 (Trust Team Arden): 18th, 7 pts
2009 - GP2 (Super Nova Racing): 5th, 40 pts
2010 - GP2 Asia Series (Qi Meritus): 2nd, 29 pts. Auto GP (Super Nova): 5th, 34 pts. GP2 (Super Nova Racing): 20th, 5 pts.
2011 - GP2 (Scuderia Coloni): 2nd, 54 pts. Auto GP (Supernova Racing): 2nd, 127 pts
2012 - GP2 (Scuderia Coloni): 16th, 29 pts


Filke, Aaron (USA)

b


2002 - Infiniti Pro Series: 5th, 186 pts
2003 - Infiniti Pro Series: 6th, 328 pts


Finotto, Martino (I)

b 11/11/1933


1979 - European Touring Car Champion with C.Facetti. Won Tourist Trophy.


Finney, Bob (USA)

b


1955 - Indycars (Lincoln): 1 win (Pikes Peak)


Fiorio, Alessandro (I)

b 10/03/1965

 

Fiorio, Cesare (I)

b 26/05/1939

 

Firestone, Dennis

b 22/07/1944

 

Firman, Ralph Sr (GB)

b 12/03/1944

 

Firth, Harry (AUS)

b


1963 - Won Bathurst 1000.
1967 - Won Bathurst 1000.


Fischer, Christian

b 15/10/1968

 

Fish, Calvin (GB)

b 22/7/1961 (Norwich)


1987 - North American (Eastern Division) F.Atlantic: Champion


Fisher, Bertie (GB)

b 21/3/1950 - d 22/1/2001 (Belfast)


Won the Ulster Rally four times, and the Circuit of Ireland three times while driving Subaru's (both Legacy and Impreza models). Won the Irish tarmac rally championship four times.Was flying home from a birthday celebration in County Mayo in a helicopter when it crashed into a woodland at Monea, nr Enniskillen, killing his daughter Emma and son Mark. Bertie died later on Monday night in Belfast Royal Victoria Hospital. He had lived in Gublusk, and ran his won company, Fisher Engineering.


Fisher, Gavin (GB)


Joined Williams in May 1989, and was promoted to Chief Designer when Adrian Newey left the team at the end of 1996.


Fisher, Mark (GB)

b 1973 - d 21/1/2001 (Monea)


Gained a degree in civil engineering before starting out on his rallying career, racing in the Micra Challenge and the SEAT Super Six series. He won the Peugeot Super 106 Cup in 1999. He was signed by Peugeot UK to race a works 206 S1600 in the Formula Rally Series for 2001, but never got the chance, being killed instantly in the helicopter crash which claimed the lives of his father and his sister.


Fisher, Mike

b 13/03/1943

 

Fisher, Sarah (USA)

b 4/10/1980 (Columbus, Ohio)


Three time World Karting division champion
2000 - IRL: 3rd Kentucky
2002 - IRL (Dreyer & Reinbold Racing G-Force Infiniti): 18th, 161 pts. Became the first woman to gain pole position in a top-level race series.
2009 - IRL (Sarah Fisher Racing Dallara-Honda): 25th, 89 pts


Fitzpatrick, John (GB)

b 9/6/1943 (Birmingham)


1966 - British Touring Car Champion
1976 - Sportscars (BMW 3.0 CSL): 1 win (Silverstone) with T.Walkinshaw
1977 - Sportscars (Porsche 935-K2): 1 win (Hockenheim) with R.Wollek
1978 - Sportscars (Porsche 935): 2 wins - Mugello (with T.Hezemans & H.Heyer) & Watkins Glen (with T.Hezemans & P.Gregg)
1979 - Sportscars (Porsche 935): 3 wins - Mugello & Nurburgring (with M.Schurti & R.Wollek), Silverstone (R.Wollek & H.Heyer)
1980 - IMSA GT Champion. Sportscars (Porsche 935-K3): 1 win (Mosport Park) with B.Redman
1981 - Sportscars (Porsche 935-K3): 1 win (Riverside) with J.Busby


Flaherty Jr, George Francis "Pat" (USA)

b 6/1/1926 (Glendale, California) - d 9/4/2002 (Oxnard, California)


1950 - Indycars: 10th in Indy 500.
1953 - Indycars: ret/crash Indy 500.
1955 - Indycars (Kurtis-Offenhauser KK500B): 1 win (Milwaukee Race 2)
1956 - Indycars (John Zink Watson-Offenhauser): 2 wins (Indy 500, Milwaukee Race 1). Crashed during a race at the Springfield, Ill dirt track, serious injuring arm. Did not race for two years.
1958 - Returned to racing on 21st August at Milwaukee, winning a 200 mile USAC stock car race.
1959 - Indycars: ret/spin Indy 500. Drove his last race at Milwaukee in June. Became involved in pigeon racing.
2002 - Died of emphysema at home. He was survived by his wife Marilyn, sons James and John, and daughter Colleen/


Flammini, Maurizio (I)

b 1949


1974 - European F2 (March-BMW 742): 16th, 2 pts (5th Salzburgring)
1975 - European F2 (March-BMW 742): 6th, 22 pts, 1 win (Mugello). Won non-championship Misano F2 race.
1976 - European F2 (March-BMW 762): 6th, 26 pts, 2 wins (Thruxton, Rouen).
1979 - European F2 (March-BMW 792): 16th, 4 pts (4rd Vallelunga)


Fleming, Jack (USA)

b


1909 - Indycars (Pope-Hartford): 1 win (San Leandro)


Flemming, John (GB)

b


1962 - British F3/Junior Champion


Flock, Tim (USA)

b 5/11/1924 (Fort Payne, Alabama)


1952 - NASCAR: Champion
1955 - NASCAR: Champion


Floridia, Armando (I)

b


1976 - Won Targa Florio (Osella) with "Amphicar"


Florio, Count Vincenzo (I)

b 16/03/1883 - d 06/03/1959


Son of a wealthy Palermo merchant, Florio had taken part in the Paris races, and in 1904 started organising events, including the Coppa Florio. What Florio really wanted was an event to rival the French GP, so he commissioned an ornate solid gold plate trophy, and decided on a 92 mile circuit in the Madonie Mountains of Sicily. The Targa Florio was born.


Flux, Ian (GB)

b 11/05/1956

 

Fogarty, Jon (USA)

b


2000 - Barber Dodge Pro Series: 2nd, 155 pts.
2002 - Toyota Atlantic (Dorricott Racing): Champion, 161 pts
2004 - Toyota Atlantic (Pacific Coast Motorsports): Champion, 327 pts
2008 - Grand-Am (GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing Riley-Pontiac Mk XI): 3rd, 378 pts, with A.Gurney
2009 - Grand-Am (GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing Riley-Pontiac Mk XI): Champion, 337 pts, with A.Gurney
2010 - Grand-Am (GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing Riley-Chevrolet Mk XI): 3rd, 325 pts
2011 - Grand-Am (GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing Riley-Chevrolet mk XI): 4th, 315 pts, with A.Gurney


Fohr, Myron (USA)

b 1913


1948 - Indycars (Marchese-Offenhauser): 2 wins (Milwaukee Race 3, Springfield)
1949 - Indycars (Marchese-Offenhauser): 2 wins (Milwaukee Race 1, Trenton)


Fontana, Alex (CH)

b 05/08/1992 (Lugano)


2011 - European F3 Open (Corbetta Competizione): Champion, 123 pts, 2 wins
2012 - F2: 7th, 115 pts


Fontes, Luis (GB)

b 1914 - d ?


Killed in action during World War 2 while serving for the RAF. Only raced for one season!

1935 - Won Le Mans 24 Hrs (Lagonda Rapide) with J.Hindmarsh


Forbes-Robinson, Elliott (USA)

b 31/10/1943 (San Francisco)


1974 - SCCA Super Vee Champion
1982 - Trans-Am (Pontiac Trans-Am): Champion
1999 - ALMS (Champion)
2000 - Grand-Am (Dyson Racing Riley & Scott Lincoln): 5th, 263 pts
2004 - Grand-Am (Howard-Boss Motorsports Crawford-Pontiac DP03): J7th, 295 pts, with B.Leitzinger.


Force, Gene

b - d 21/08/1983

 

Ford, Henry (USA)

b 30/07/1863 - d 07/04/1947

 

Foresti, Lucas (BRZ)

b 12/05/1992 (Brasilia)


2011 - British F3 (Fortec Motorsport Dallara-Mercedes F311): 7th, 170 pts


Forghieri, Mauro (I)

b 13/1/1935

1959 - Joined Ferrari to work on engine design.
1963 - Became chief designer when Carlo Chiti left Ferrari to form ATS.
1980s - Did less chassis development, and concentrated on engine development. 
1986 - Left Ferrari to join Lamborghini and work on their F1 V12 engine.

Forini, Franco

b 22/09/1958

 

Fornaca, Guido (I)

b - d


Ran Fiat's experimental department, which produced racing cars, from 1906 onwards.


Forti, Guido

b 10/07/1940

 

Foster, Joey (GB)

b 1983


1995-1999 - Karting
2000 - British F.Ford 1600 Winter Championship: Champion. F.Vauxhall: 2nd.
2001 - British F.Ford Winter Championship: Champion. British F.Ford Junior.
2002 - British F.Ford - newcomers champion
2003 - British F.Ford (Continental Racing Van Diemen RF03): 2nd, 394 pts. Formula Ford Festival winner.
2004 - British F.Renault. FF1600 King of Kents Champion, Walter Hayes Trophy winner.
2005 - US FF2000: 2nd.
2009 - Australian F3 (Team BRM Dallara-Mercedes F307): Champion, 265 pts


Foster, Trevor

b 29/02/1952

 

Fouche, George

b 15/05/1965

 

Foulston, Nicola (GB)

b 09/07/1967


One time Chief executive of Brands Hatch Leisure. Sold BHL to an American company called Octagon in November 1999, and resigned from the board in January 2000.


Fox, Stan (USA)

b 1952 (Janesville, Wisconsin) - d 18/12/2000 (New Zealand)


1972 - Started racing
1995 - Involved in a huge accident at Indianapolis, where his car split apart, and the front fell off. He was left in a coma for five days, and although he recovered, he was never the same, easily getting tired.
2000 - Killed in a road accident 200 miles south of Auckland, NZ.


Foyt Jr, Anthony Joseph "AJ" (USA)

b 16/1/1935 (Houston)


1960 - Indycar (Meskowski-Offenhauser): Champion, 4 wins (Du Quoin, Indiana State Fairgrounds, Sacramento, Phoenix)
1961 - Indycar (Meskowski-Offenhauser): Champion. Used a Watson-Offenhauser for Indy 500, 4 wins (Indy 500, Langhorne, Du Quoin, Indiana State Fairgrounds)
1962 - Indycar (Meskowski-Offenhauser, Watson/Trevis-Offenhauser), 4 wins (Trenton Race 1, Milwaukee Race 1, Langhorne Race 1, Sacramento)
1963 - Indycar (Meskowski-Offenhauser, Watson/Trevis-Offenhauser): Champion, 5 wins (Trenton Race 1, 2 & 3, Langhorne, Du Quoin)
1964 - Indycar (Watson-Offenhauser, Meskowski-Offenhauser): Champion, 10 wins (Phoenix Race 1, Trenton Race 1 & 2, Indy 500, Milwaukee Race 1, Langhorne, Springfield, Du Quoin, Indianapolis State Fairgrounds, Sacramento)
1965 - Indycar (Meskowski-Offenhauser, Bignotti Lotus 34-Ford), 5 wins (Trenton Race 2 & 3, Springfield, Indiana State Fairgrounds, Phoenix Race 2)
1966 - Indycar
1967 - Indycar (Coyote Lotus 34-Ford, Meskowski-Offenhauser): Champion, 5 wins (Indy 500, Springfield, Du Quoin, Trenton Race 2, Sacramento). Won Le Mans 24 Hrs (Ford GT40 Mk4), with D.Gurney
1968 - Indycar (Coyote-Ford, Meskowski-Offenhauser): 4 wins (Castle Rock, Indiana State Fairgrounds, Sacramento, Hanford Race 2)
1969 - Indycar (Meskowski-Ford): 1 win (Indiana State Fairgrounds)
1970 - Indycar
1971 - Indycar (Coyote-Ford): 1 win (Phoenix)
1972 - Indycar
1973 - Indycar (Coyote Foyt-Ford): 2 wins (Trenton Race 1, Pocono)
1974 - Indycar (Coyote Foyt-Ford): 2 wins (Ontario Race 1, Trenton Race 2)
1975 - Indycar (Coyote Foyt-Ford): Champion, 7 wins (Ontario Race 1 & 3, Trenton Race 1, Milwaukee Race 1, Pocono, Michigan Race 1, Phoenix Race 2)
1976 - Indycar (Coyote Foyt-Ford): 2 wins (Texas World Speedway Race 1, Michigan)
1977 - Indycar (Coyote Foyt-Ford): 3 wins (Ontario Race 1, Indy 500, Mosport Park)
1978 - Indycar (Coyote Foyt-Ford): 2 wins (Texas World Speedway Race 2, Silverstone)
1979 - USAC Indycar (Parnelli VPJ6C-Cosworth): Champion, 5 wins (Ontario, Texas World Speedway Race 1 & 2, Milwaukee, Pocono)
1980 - Indycar
1981 - Indycar (March 81C-Cosworth): won non-championship Pocono race.


Foyt IV, A.J. (USA)

b 25/5/1984

Grandson of A.J. Jr

2002 - Infiniti Pro Series: Champion, 290 pts
2004 - IRL (AJ Foyt Racing Dallara-Toyota): 18th, 232 pts
2005 - IRL (AJ Foyt Enterprises Dallara-Chevrolet): 20th, 231 pts
2007 - IRL (Vision Racing Dallara-Honda): 14th, 315 pts
2008 - IndyCar Series (Vision Racing Dallara-Honda): 19th, 280 pts
2009 - IRL (AJ Foyt Enterprises Dallara-Honda): 33rd, 26 pts


Foyt, Larry (USA)

b


2004 - IRL (AJ Foyt Racing Dallara-Toyota): 37th, 10 pts


Frame, Fred (USA)

b 1895 - d 25/4/1962


1932 - Indycars (Wetteroth-Miller): 1 win (Indy 500)


France Jr, Bill (USA)

b 04/04/1933

 

France Sr, Bill (USA)

b 26/09/1909 - d 07/06/1992

 

France, Jim 

b 24/10/1944

 

Francevic, Robbie (AUS)

b 18/09/1941


1986 - Australian Touring Car Champion


Franchitti, Dario (GB)

b 19/5/1973 (Edinburgh)

Born in Scotland to Italian parents. 
 

1991 - Formula Vauxhall Junior, Champion
1992 - McLaren Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year
1993 - Formula Vauxhall, Champion 
1994 - British F3, 4th 
1995 - DTM, 74 points, 5th. ITC (AMG Mercedes), 80 points, 3rd. 
1996 - ITC (Mercedes) 
1997 - Champ Cars (Hogan Racing): 22nd
1998 - Champ Cars (Team Green): 3rd, 3 wins
1999 - Champ Cars (Team Green), 2nd, 212 pts, 3 wins (Toronto, Detroit, Surfers Paradise). 
2000 - Champ Cars (Team Green Reynard-Honda 2KI): 13th, 92 pts
2001 - Champ Cars (Team Green Reynard-Honda 01I): 7th, 105 pts, 1 win (Cleveland) 
2002 - Champ Cars (Team Green Reynard-Honda 02I/Lola-Honda B2/00): 4th, 148 pts, 3 wins (Vancouver, Montreal, Rockingham)
2004 - IRL (Andretti Green Racing Dallara-Honda): 6th, 409 pts, 2 wins (Milwaukee, Pikes Peak)
2005 - IRL (Andretti Green Racing Dallara-Honda): 4th, 498 pts
2006 - IRL (Andretti Green Racing Dallara-Honda): 8th, 311 pts
2007 - IRL (Andretti Green Racing Dallara-Honda): Champion, 637 pts, 4 wins (Indy 500, Iowa Speedway, Richmond, Chicagoland)
2009 - IRL (Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara-Honda): Champion, 616 pts, 5 wins (Long Beach, Iowa Speedway, Toronto, Sears Point, Homestead)
2010 - IndyCar (Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara-Honda): Champion, 602 pts
2011 - IndyCar (Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara-Honda): Champion, 573 pts
2012 - IndyCar (Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara-Honda): 7th, 363 pts
2013 - IndyCar (Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara-Honda): 10th, 416 pts. Broke back in accident at Houston.


Franchitti, Marino (GB)

b 07/07/1978

Brother of Dario.

1987 - Karting
1988 - Scottish Open Kart Champion
1993 - Scottish Pro-Kart Champion
1994 - West of Scotland Kart Club Champion
1997 - Attended Jim Russell Racing Drivers School
1998 - F.Vauxhall Junior Winter Series: 3rd
1999 - F.Vauxhall
2000 - British F.Ford Zetec
2001 - British GT Championship (Porsche GB/Parr Motorsport Porsche 911 GT3-RS): GTO Class Champion, 164 pts, with K.Burt
2009 - ALMS: 2nd LMP2, 137 pts, with B.Leitzinger


Francis, Christine (GB)

b - d 22/02/2004 (Dalby)


Was co-driving for her brother, Jeff McNeil, on the Kall Kwik Rally when he crashed his Subaru Impreza on stage 3, Dalby. The car hit two trees on the co-drivers side, and Christine Francis was pronounced dead at the scene by emergency crews. She had also co-driven for her husband, Richard Francis.


Francisci, Claudio (I)

b


1972 - European F2 (Brabham-Ford BT38): 19th, 4 pts (5th Thruxton)


Franke, Willi

b 26/02/1968

 

Franklin, David

b 31/12/1945

 

Fraser-Jones, Ian (ZA)

b


1958 - South African Drivers Champion
1959 - South African Drivers Champion


Freeman, Roger (GB)

b 1951 - d 12/07/2003


Co-driver to Mark Lovell in  the 2003 ProRally Championship for Subaru Rally Team USA,  winning the Pikes Peak Hillclimb round of the championship. On the first stage of the Oregon Trail ProRally, Lovell left the road and hit a tree, killing both himself and his co-driver Roger. He was survived by his wife Alison, and his two children Becky and John.


Freke, Nathan (GB)

b 1983


1993-2002 - Formula Cadet, TKM and Rotax Max Karting
2003 - Formula Ford Walter Hayes Trophy: 8th. UK Karting.
2004 - TVR Tuscan Challenge. European Karting.
2005 - Castle Combe F.Ford Carnival: 2nd. UK Karting.
2006 - UK F.Ford (Jamun Racing Mygale SJ2006): Champion, 526 pts, 10 wins.


French, John (AUS)

b


1981 - Won Bathurst 1000


Fréon, Franck (F)

b 16/3/1962 (Paris)


1990 - F3000 (Lola-Cosworth T90/50): 19th, 2 pts (5th Pau)


Frequelin, Guy (F)

b 02/04/1945

 

Frere, Paul (F)

b 30/01/1917

 

Frescobaldi, Piero

b 12/08/1935 - d 24/07/1964

 

Frey, Bob

b 25/10/1950

 

Friedrich, Bernd

b 03/04/1968

 

Friedrich, Leonel (BRZ)

b 17/12/1948


1987 - Sud-Am F3: Champion


Frijns, Robin (NL)

b 07/08/1991 (Maastricht)


1999 - Started Karting
2009 - F.BMW Europe (Josef Kaufmann Racing): 3rd, 265 pts
2010 - F.BMW Europe (Josef Kaufmann Racing): Champion, 383 pts
2011 - F.Renault Eurocup (Josef Kaufmann Racing): Champion, 245 pts
2012 - F.Renault 3.5 (Fortec Motorsports): Champion, 189 pts
2015 - Blancpain Sprint Series (WRT Audi R8 LMS Ultra): 2nd, 127 pts


Frings, Nicholas

b 05/12/1974

 

Frisselle, Brad (USA)

b


1977 - Won Sebring 12 Hrs (Porsche 911 Carrera RSR) with G.Dyer


Frisselle, Brian (USA)

b 28/12/1983


2002 - Skip Barber Western Series: 2nd, 7 wins
2003 - Skip Barber National Series: 4th, 3 wins
2004 - Star Mazda Series: 22nd. F.BMW USA: 6th.
2005 - Grand-Am: 17th
2006 - Grand-Am: 34th
2007 - Grand-Am: 29th
2009 - Grand-Am (SunTrust Racing Dallara-Ford): 3rd, 325 pts, with M.Angelelli


Froy, Dudley (GB)

b 14/09/1906 - d 04/09/1986 (Tucson, Arizona)


Raced earlier at Brooklands.
1951 - NASCAR Grand National: 2 races, at Carrell Speedway (Gardena, California) and the Arizona State Fairgrounds in Phoenix. 


Fry, Nick (GB)

b 1957


1977 - Joined Ford as a graduate trainee, joining Ford Strategic Planning.
1990 - Production Manager, Ford Dagenham Body and Assembly Plants
1992 - Director of Operations, Aston Martin.
1997 - Brands Manager - Large Cars, Ford Europe
1999 - Product Planning and Business Director, Ford Europe
2001 - Managing Director, Prodrive Automotive Technology. Later became Group Managing Director.
2002 - Managing Director, BAR F1.
2004 - Chief Executive of BAR-Honda.


Fuchs, Andreas

b 13/06/1968

 

Fujiwara, Yoshimasa (J)

b


1983 - Japanese F3: Champion


Fukuda, Ryo (J)

b


2000 - French F3 (LO Autosport Dallara-Renault F399): 3rd, 130 pts
2001 - French F3 (Dallara-Renault F399): Champion, 177 pts
2003 - F.Nippon (5Zigen Lola-Mugen Honda B351): J14th, 1 pt


Fukuyama, Hideo (J)

b 13/8/1955 (Owase)


1992 - Japanese Touring Car Champion (with M.Hasemi)


Fumanelli, David (I)

b 21/04/1992


2010 - Euro F3 Open (RP Motorsport Dallara F308): 3rd, 224 pts
2011 - Euro F3 Open (RP Motorsport): 2nd, 115 pts, 4 wins


Funke, Michael (D)

b


2001 - German DTC (Ford Focus): 2nd, 246 pts


Fuoco, Antonio (I)

b 20/05/1996


2013 - F.Renault APS (Prema Junior): Champion, 245 pts
2014 - Euro F3 (Prema Powerteam Dallara-Mercedes F312): 5th, 255 pts
2015 - GP3 (Carlin): 6th, 88 pts


Furlan, Nestor Gabriel (RA)

b 13/10/1964


1989 - Sud-Am F3: Champion
1991 - F3000 (Reynard-Judd 91D): 19th, 1 pt (6th Le Mans Bugatti)


Fushida, Hiroshi (J)

b 10/03/1946