Iaconelli, Carlos (BRZ)

b 26/06/1987

2005 - Italian F.Renault
2006 - Spanish F3. Formula Renault 3.5.
2007 - Formula Renault 3.5.
2008 - GP2 (BCN Competicion): 24th, 2 pts

Ibanez, José Maria (RA)

b 1/2/1921

1955 - Sportscars (Ferrari 375 Plus): 1 win (Buenos Aires) with E.Saenz Valiente

Ickx, Pascal (B)


1965 - Won Spa 24 Hrs (BMW 1800TISA) with G.Langlois van Ophem

Ickx, Vanina (B)


Daughter of Jacky Ickx, Vanina raced in the 2000 Belgian Procar series.
2010 - Le Mans Series (Signature Plus Lola Aston Martin): 4th, 55 pts

Iglesias, Jesus

b 22/02/1922


Iguchi, Takuto (J)

2008 - Japanese F3 (Tom's Dallara-Toyota F308): 3rd, 216 pts
2009 - Japanese F3: 2nd, 103 pts

Ihara, Keiko (J)


2005 - British F3 (Carlin Motorsport Dallara-Mugen Honda)
2006 - British F3 (Carlin Dallara-Mugen Honda)

Iida, Akira

b 18/12/1969


Ikuzawa, Tetsu (J)


1970 - European F2 (Lotus-Ford 69): 6th, 9 pts (2nd Hockenheim)

Ilien, Bruno

b 07/05/1959


Ilott, Callum (GB)

b 11/11/1998 (Cambridge)

2016 - F3 European Championship (Van Amersfoort Racing Dallara-Mercedes F316): 6th, 226 pts
2017 - F3 European Championship (Prema Powerteam Dallara-Mercedes F314): 4th, 344 pts
2018 - GP3 (ART Grand Prix): 3rd, 167 pts

Ingall, Russell (AUS)

b 01/07/1965

2001 - Australian V8 Supercars (Holden Commodore): 2nd, 2875 pts
2005 - Australian V8 Supercars (Caltex Racing Ford Falcon BA): Champion, 1922 pts

Ingram, Tom (GB)

b 20/08/1993 (High Wycombe)

2016 - BTCC (Speedworks Motorsport Toyota Avensis): 10th, 219 pts
2017 - BTCC (Speedworks Motorsport Toyota Avensis): 3rd, 311 pts
2018 - BTCC (Speedworks Motorsport Toyota Avensis): 2nd, 292 pts

Ipatti, Marko (SF)

b 1967

1993 - Finnish Junior Rally Championship, 2 wins
1996 - Finnish Ice Driving Champion
1997 - Finnish Group N Rally Championship, 3rd
1998 - British Rally Production Cup Champion
2000 - British Rally Championship (Mitsubishi Lancer Group N): Champion, 45 pts, co-driven by Kari Kajula

Ippoliti, Fausto (I)


2004 - EuroF3000 (Draco Racing Jr Team): 7th, 17 pts

Irvan, Ernie (USA)

b 13/1/1959 (Modesto, California)

1991 - NASCAR: Won Daytona 500

Irwin, Kenny (USA)

b 5/8/1969

1993 - Stoops Freightliner USAC Sprint Car Series Rookie of the Year, 7 wins. 
1994 - USAC Silver Crown Series, Rookie of the Year. 
1996 - NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. Won Midget Series Championship. USAC Silver Crown Series, 2nd. 
1997 - NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series (Liberty Racing): 2 wins (Homestead & Texas Motor Speedway). Rookie of the year. Made NASCAR debut for Richard Yates at Richmond in September, entering 4 races. 
1998 - NASCAR (Richard Yates): 28th, Rookie of the Year.
1999 - NASCAR (Richard Yates): 19th, 3rd Daytona 500. 
2000 - NASCAR (Team Sabco Chevrolet Monte Carlo). Fatally injured during practice for the thatlook.com 300 at Loudon, New Hampshire.

Isaac, Bobby (USA)

b 1/8/1934

1970 - NASCAR: Champion

Isaakyan, Matevos (RUS)

b 17/04/1998 (Moscow)

2014 - F.Renault ALPS (JD Motorsports): 3rd, 180 pts
2017 - Formula V8 3.5 (SMP Racing by AVF): 2nd, 215 pts, 2 wins

Ishiura, Hiroaki (J)

b 23/04/1981

2007 - Japanese F3 (TDP TOM's Dallara-Toyota F306): 4th, 201 pts
2009 - F.Nippon: 6th, 30 pts
2014 - Japanese Super Formula: 5th, 26 pts
2015 - Japanese Super Formula (Cerumo-Inging Dallara-Toyota): Champion, 51.5 pts
2018 - Japanese Super Formula (Cerumo-Inging): 3rd, 25 pts

Isler, Jacques (CH)

b 14/8/1956 (Zurich)

1989 - Swiss F3 Champion

Ito, Daisuke (J)

b 05/11/1975

2007 - Japanese Super GT (ARTA Honda NSX): Champion, 94 pts, with R.Firman.
2014 - Japanese Super GT (Lexus RC F): 2nd, 79 pts, with A.Caldarelli

Ivanowski, Boris (F)


1928 - Won Spa 24 Hrs (Alfa Romeo) with A.Marinoni

Ivy, Bill (GB)

b - d 12/7/1969 (Hohenstein-Ernstthal, Germany)

1967 - World 125cc Motorcycle Championm
1968 - Motorcycles (Yamaha)
1969 - Bought the ex-Alan Rees Winkelmann Racing Brabham BT23C F2 car, and entered it into the Easter International F2 race at Thruxton, having had minimal testing at Goodwood and Oulton Park (where he crashed). Racing against Stewart, Rindt, Hill and Beltoise, Ivy put his car on pole for his heat to the amazement of everyone. Even Ivy was a bit surprised, and he asked if he could start from the back of the grid as he had never been in a race before! He came fourth in the heat, and was in sixth place in the final before his engine blew up. He entered the car at the Nurburgring, but crashed out after setting third best practice time on a damp track. However, he was dovetailing his car career with a bike career, racing a 350cc Jawa. In the East German GP at the Sachsenring, the two-stroke bike's engine seized while the riders hand was away from the clutch lever. Ivy was thrown from the boke into a wall, receiving serious head and chest injuries from which he died in hospital.

Izawa, Takuya (J)


2009 - F.Nippon: 8th, 14 pts. Japanese Super GT (ARTA Honda NSX): 2nd, 81 pts, with R.Firman.