J

Jaafar, Jazeman Firham (MAL)

b 13/11/1992


2011 - British F3 (Carlin Motorsport Dallara-VW F308): 6th, 187 pts
2012 - British F3 (Carlin Motorsport Dallara-VW F312): 2nd, 306 pts

Jackson, Mat (GB)

b 10/06/1981 (Henley-in-Arden)


1994 - 1995 - UK Junior TKM Karts
1996 - British Junior Intercontinental A Karts: 6th
1997 - British Junior Intercontinental A Karts: 6th
1998 - British Formula A Karts: 12th
1999 - UK Formula 600: 2nd
2000 - UK Renault Clio Cup: 4th.
2001 - BTCC (Ford Focus): 1 production class win
2004 - Britcar
2005 - UK SEAT Cupra Championship: 2nd
2006 - UK SEAT Cupra Championship (Jackson Motorsport): Champion
2007 - BTCC (Jackson Motorsport BMW 320si E90): 7th.
2008 - BTCC (BMW Dealer Team UK BMW 320si): 2nd, 226 pts.
2009 - BTCC (Racing Silverline Chevrolet Lacetti): 5th, 165 pts
2011 - BTCC (Motorbase Performance Ford Focus): 4th, 191 pts
2012 - BTCC (Motorbase Performance Ford Focus): 7th, 274 pts


Jackson, Stuart

b 29/10/1956

 

Jacobi, Bruce

b 23/06/1935

 

Jakes, James (GB)

b 1987


2002 - UK T-Cars
2003 - UK T-Cars: 2nd. F.Palmer Audi Autumn Trophy.
2004 - UK F.Renault: 13th. One off F.Renault races in Eurocup, North American Winter Invitational, Brazilian and Dutch Championships.
2005 - UK F.Renault (Team AKA): 3rd, 397 pts
2006 - British F3 (Hitech Dallara-Mercedes F306): 8th, 96 pts
2007 - F3 Euroseries (Manor Motorsport Dallara-Mercedes Benz F305): 5th, 42 pts
2015 - IndyCar Series (Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Dallara-Honda): 16th, 257 pts


James, Bob (USA)

b 15/12/1922 - d 25/10/2002 (Chagrin Falls, Ohio)


Spent 3 years fighting in World War II, including landings in France, Italy and North Africa. He returned to his bride Mary Catherine "Kitty", and started racing in 1945 at Berea Fairgrounds, winning the feature event at the track in only his second appearance. He won two Ohio State championships, and was runner-up in the Eastern States points championship. He began running in NASCAR and MARC (to become ARCA) events in the 1950s, winning 15 series in total. In all, James won more than 1000 races, before retiring in 1975. He died in his sleep from cancer at home, and is survined by daughters Cathleen, Michelle and Heather.


James, Ian (GB)

b 22/07/1974


1993 - UK F.Vauxhall Jr
1994 - UK F.Vauxhall Jr: 2nd
1995 - Skip Barber: 4 wins
1996 - UK F.Renault
1997 - UK F3, Class B
1998 - F.Palmer Audi
1999 - American Road Race of Champions: 6 wins
2000 - US Motorola Cup: 3 wins
2001 - Grand-Am Cup: 1 win
2002 - Grand-Am Cup: 1 win
2004 - ALMS (Miracle Motorsports Lola-Courage LMP2): 4th LMP2 class, 3 wins. Grand-Am (The Racer's Group Porsche).
2005 - Grand-Am (PTG BMW): 1 win. Grand-Am Cup: 1 win.
2006 - Grand-Am (Tafel Racing Porsche). ALMS (PTG BMW). Grand-Am Cup.


James, Lyn St (USA)

b 13/03/1947

 

Jane, Bob (AUS)

b


1962 - Australian Touring Car Champion
1963 - Australian Touring Car Champion. Won Bathurst 1000.
1964 - Won Bathurst 1000.
1971 - Australian Touring Car Champion
1972 - Australian Touring Car Champion


Jani, Neel (CH)

b 08/12/1983


2002 - F.Renault Eurocup: 2nd, 178 pts
2004 - GP2 (Racing Engineering): 7th, 48 pts (R1 Hungaroring, R2 Monza)
2006 - GP2 (Arden International): 28th, 0 pts
2007 - Champ Cars (PKV Racing): 8th, 231 pts
2015 - FIA WEC (Porsche Team Porsche 919 Hybrid): 3rd, 138 pts, with M.Lieb, R.Dumas.


Janis, Jaroslav (CZ)

b 08/07/1983


2000 - German F.Ford (Van Diemen RF00): 2nd, 120 pts. French F.Ford (Van Diemen RF00): 5th, 80 pts.
2001 - F3000 (Nordic): 16th in one-off appearance at Monza.
2002 - Euro F3000 (Charoux ISR): 3rd, 36 pts, 2 wins (Donington, Cagliari)
2004 - Champ Cars (Dale Coyne Racing Lola B2/00): 24th, 3 pts


Jano, Vittorio (I)

b 22/4/1891 (San Giorgio Canavese) - d 12/03/1965


Starting work at the age of 18 in the Italian motor industry, Jano moved to Fiat in 1911, and Alfa Romeo in 1923, at the behest of Enzo Ferrari. He designed a series of winning cars, but after a series of race failures against the Mercedes and Auto Union teams, Jano was sacked in 1938. After the war, Jano joined Lancia, designing the D50, and later at Ferrari he designed the V6 engine for the Ferrari 246 "Dino". He comitted suicide in 1965, rather than facing the prospect of dying from illness.


Janosz, Artur (PL)

b 16/06/1993


2014 - Euroformula F3 Open (RP Motorsport): 2nd, 243 pts


Janoray, Alexandre

b 22/03/1973

 

Jarrett, Dale (USA)

b 26/11/1956 (Newton, North Carolina)


Son of Ned.

1977 - Started racing in the Limited Sportsman Division at Hickory Motor Speedway.
1984 - NASCAR: 3 races.
1986 - NASCAR: 1 race
1987 - NASCAR
1988 - NASCAR
1989 - NASCAR: 2 top 5 finishes
1990 - NASCAR: 1 top 5 finish
1991 - NASCAR (Woods Brothers): 1 win (Michigan)
1992 - NASCAR: 2 top 5 finishes
1993 - NASCAR (Joe Gibbs Racing): 4th, Won Daytona 500.
1994 - NASCAR: 1 win
1995 - NASCAR: 1 win
1996 - NASCAR: 4 wins
1997 - NASCAR: 7 wins
1998 - NASCAR: 3 wins
1999 - NASCAR: Champion, 4 wins.
2000 - NASCAR: 4th, 4684 pts, 2 wins
2001 - IROC: 5th, 47 pts. NASCAR (Yates Ford): 5th, 4612 pts, 4 wins
2002 - IROC: J2nd, 49 pts. NASCAR (Ford): 9th, 4415 pts


Jarrett, Ned (USA)

b 10/12/1932 (Newton, North Carolina)


Father of Dale.

1961 - NASCAR: Champion
1965 - NASCAR: Champion


Jarrott, Charles (GB)

b ?/?/1877 - d ?/?/1944

1902 - Won the Circuit d'Ardennes 

Jarvis, Oliver (GB)

b 09/01/1984


1994 - Karting
1999 - JICA Kart Champion
2002 - UK F.Ford (2nd in newcomers cup). UK F.Ford Winter Championship: 2nd.
2003 - UK F.Ford. 4th in F.Ford Festival of Brands Hatch.
2004 - UK F.Renault: 8th.
2005 - UK F.Renault (Manor Motorsport): Champion, 436 pts
2006 - British F3 (Carlin Motorsport Dallara-Mugen Honda F306): 2nd, 250 pts
2007 - Japanese F3 (DHG TOM's Dallara-Toyota F306): 3rd, 238 pts
2010 - DTM (Abt Sportsline Audi A4 2009): 9th, 18 pts
2011 - DTM (Abt Sportsline Audi A4 2009): 10th, 14 pts


Jaussaud, Jean-Pierre (F)

b 3/6/1937


1967 - European F2 (Matra-Ford MS5): 17th, 1 pt (6th Vallelunga)
1968 - European F2 (Tecno-Ford 68): 17th, 2 pts (6th Crystal Palace). Won Monaco F3.
1970 - French F3: Champion
1971 - European F2 (March-Ford 712M): 9th, 9 pts (5th Jarama, 4th Crystal Palace, 7th Albi)
1972 - European F2 (Brabham-Ford BT38): 2nd, 37 pts (1st Hockenheim, 4th Pau, 2nd Hockenheim, 7th Imola, 2nd Mantorp, 7th Enna, 1st Albi)
1973 - European F2 (Motul-Ford M1): 13th, 6 pts (6th Thruxton, 6th Pau, 6th Mantorp)
1975 - European F2 (March-Ford 752): 17th, 6 pts (4th Rouen, 4th Nogaro)
1976 - European F2 (Chevron-Chrysler B35): 17th, 1 pt (6th Vallelunga)
1978 - Won Le Mans 24 Hrs (Alpine-Renault A442B) with D.Pironi
1980 - Won Le Mans 24 Hrs (Rondeau-Ford M379B) with J.Rondeau
1982 - Paris-Dakar Rally (Mercedes G-Wagen): 3rd
1985 - Paris-Dakar Rally
1989 - Paris-Dakar Rally


Jeanette, Gunnar

b 05/05/1982

 

Jeffri, Muhammad Nabil Al (MAL)

b 24/10/1993 (Kuala Lumpur)


2014 - German F3 (Motopark): 2nd, 277 pts


Jelinski, Frank (D)

b 23/5/1958 (Hannover)


1980 - German F3: Champion
1981 - German F3: Champion
1982 - European F2 (Maurer-BMW MM82): 12th, 7 pts (4th Pau, 5th Hockenheim, 5th Enna)
1983 - European F2 (Maurer-BMW MM82): 20th, 1 pt (6th Thruxton)
1986 - Sportscars (Porsche 962): 1 win (Spa) with T.Boutsen
1989 - Sportscars (Porsche 962): 1 win (Dijon) with R.Wollek
1991 - Won Daytona 24 Hrs (Porsche 962) with J.Winter, H.Pescarolo, H.Haywood & R.Wollek


Jelley, Stephen (GB)

b 12/05/1982 (Leicester)


2001 - British BRDC FF1600
2002 - UK FFord: 2nd in Junior series
2003 - UK FFord
2005 - British F3 (Menu Motorsport)
2006 - British F3 (Double R Dallara-Mercedes F306): 7th, 126 pts
2007 - British F3 (Double R Racing Dallara-Mercedes Benz F307): 3rd, 183 pts
2008 - BTCC (Team RAC BMW 320si): 15th, 14 pts
2009 - BTCC (Team RAC BMW 320si): 7th, 137 pts


Jenatzy, Camille (B)

b 4/11/1868 (Brussels) - d 7/10/1913


1903 - Won the Gordon Bennett Trophy (Mercedes 90 hp)
1913 - Shot accidently during a wild boar hunt


Jenkins, Alan (GB)

b 24/07/1947 (Heswell)

1979 - Assistant to John Barnard in the "Project 4". 
1981-84 - McLaren International ; Responsible for aerodynamic development and Race Engineer to John Watson and Alain Prost. World Champions in 1984. 
1985-86 - Penske Racing ; Chief Engineer. In charge of Danny Sullivan and Al Unser Sr winning Indy 500 and overall Championships. 
1987-89 - Onyx F3000 team ; Responsible for the development of a F1 project. In 1989, Onyx runs its first F1 season including podium at Estoril. 
1990-95 - Arrows Grand Prix ; Technical Director.
1996-98 - Stewart Grand Prix ; Technical Director. Worked with Jacky Stewart and Ford to build the team and Responsible for the SF1, SF2 and SF3. 
1999-00 - Prost Grand Prix ; Technical Director. Left June 2000. 

Jenkins, John (USA)

b


1911 - Indycars (Cole): 1 win (Cincinatti Race 1)


Jenkinson, Denis (GB)

b 11/12/1920 (London) - d 29/11/1996


Well known motorsport journalist who co-drove for Stirling Moss and won the 1955 Mille Miglia for Mercedes.


Jimenez, Cesar Tiberio (MEX)

b 4/7/1969


1992 - Mexican F3: Champion


Jimenez, Gilberto (MEX)

b


1985 - Mexican Formula K: Champion
1986 - Mexican Formula K: Champion


Jiminez, Sergio ()

b


2007 - GP2 (Racing Engineering): 24th, 4 pts


Jörg, Kevin (CH)

b 11/11/1995


2015 - F.Renault Eurocup (Josef Kaufmann Racing): 3rd, 193 pts


Joermann, George (USA)

b


1912 - Indycars (Maxwell): 1 win (Santa Monica Race 1)


Johansson, Mikael "Micke" (S)

b 13/5/1962


1987 - Swedish F3: Champion
1988 - Swedish F3: Champion


Johncock, Gordon (USA)

b 5/8/1936 (Hastings, Michigan)


1965 - Indycars (Gerhardt-Offenhauser): 1 win (Milwaukee Race 3)
1967 - Indycars (Gerhardt-Ford): 2 wins (Milwaukee Race 1, Hanford)
1968 - Indycars (Gerhardt-Drake/Offenhauser): 2 wins (Hanford Race 1, Langhorne Race 1)
1969 - Indycars (Eagle-Ford 69): 2 wins (Castle Rock, Brainerd Race 1)
1973 - Indycars (Eagle-Offenhauser 73): 3 wins (Indy 500, Trenton, Phoenix)
1974 - Indycars (Eagle-Offenhauser 74): 1 win (Phoenix)
1975 - Indycars (Wildcat-Offenhauser): 1 win (Trenton Race 2)
1976 - Indycars (Wildcat-Offenhauser DGS): Champion, 2 wins (Michigan, Trenton)
1977 - Indycars (Wildcat-Offenhauser DGS): 2 wins (Michigan, Phoenix)
1978 - Indycars (Wildcat-Offenhauser DGS Mk2): 2 wins (Phoenix, Trenton)
1979 - Indycars (Penske-Cosworth PC6): 2 wins (Phoenix, Michigan Race 1)
1982 - Indycars (Wildcat-Cosworth Mk8B): 3 wins (Indy 500, Milwaukee, Michigan 500)
1983 - Indycars (Wildcat-Cosworth Mk9C): 1 win (Atlanta)


Johncox, Ronnie (USA)

b


2002 - Infiniti Pro Series: 6th, 180 pts


Johns, Bobby

b 22/05/1934

 

Johnson, Amos (USA)

b 9/4/1941


1981 - Sportscars (Mazda RX-3): 1 win (Daytona) with R.Manderville


Johnson, Dick (AUS)

b 26/4/1945


1981 - Australian Touring Car Champion. Won Bathurst 1000.
1982 - Australian Touring Car Champion
1984 - Australian Touring Car Champion
1988 - Australian Touring Car Champion
1989 - Australian Touring Car Champion. Won Bathurst 1000.
1994 - Won Bathurst 1000.


Johnson, Jimmie (USA)

b


2002 - NASCAR (Chevrolet): 5th, 4600 pts
2003 - IROC: 3rd, 56 pts. NASCAR (Chevrolet): 2nd, 4932 pts
2004 - IROC: 4th, 54 pts. NASCAR (Chevrolet): 2nd, 6498 pts
2005 - NASCAR (Chevrolet): 5th, 6406 pts, 4 wins
2006 - NASCAR (Chevrolet): Champion, 6475 pts, 5 wins
2007 - NASCAR (Chevrolet): Champion
2008 - NASCAR (Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet): Champion, 6684 pts, 7 wins
2009 - NASCAR (Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet): Champion, 6652 pts
2010 - NASCAR (Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet): Champion, 6622 pts, 6 wins


Johnson, Joe Lee (USA)

b 9/11/1929 (Cowpens, South Carolina) - d 02/06/2005 (Chattanooga)


1960 - NASCAR: Won World 600.

Owned Cleveland Speedway Inc.


Johnson, Junior (USA)

b 28/6/1931


1960 - NASCAR: Won Daytona 500


Johnson, Ken (USA)

b 28/11/1962


1985 - SCCA Super Vee Champion


Johnson, Steven

b 06/09/1974

 

Johnson, Van (USA)

b


1959 - Indycars (Kurtis-Offenhauser KK4000): 1 win (Langhorne)


Johnston, Jimmy (USA)

b 1954 - d 6/4/2002 (Greenville, Ohio)


A 360 Sprint driver who primarily raced at Limaland Motorsports Park. During a UMP Modifieds race at Eldora Speedway, Johnston was clipped on the opening lap, hit the wall and rolled. He died from head trauma after attempts to revive him in Wayne Hospital failed.


Johnstone, Parker

b 27/05/1961

 

Jones, Adam (GB)

b 9/08/1980 (Birmingham)


1988 - Started karting.
1996 - British Open (O Plate) Junior ICA Kart Champion.
1998 - European & World Formula A Karting.
1999 - French Elf La Filiere F.Renault Campus: Champion
2000 - French F3: Class B Promotion Class Champion
2001-2003 - British GT (Team Cirtek Porsche). FIA GT (Team Cirtek Porsche).
2004 - Le Mans Endurance Series (Porsche RSR): with S.Maassen.
2005 - Britcar 24 Hrs (Porsche): 3rd, with T.Harvey. Ledenon 3 Hrs (Porsche): 1st.
2006 - BTCC (Xero Competition Lexus IS200): 22nd.
2007 - BTCC (Team Air-Cool SEAT Toledo Cupra).
2008 - BTCC (Team Air-Cool SEAT Leon): 9th, 119 pts
2009 - BTCC (Cartridge World SEAT Leon TFSi): 11th, 62 pts


Jones, Brad

b 02/04/1960

 

Jones, Davy (USA)

b 1/6/1964 (Chicago)


1990 - Won Daytona 24 Hrs (Jaguar XJR-12) with J.Lammers & A.Wallace


Jones, Edward (UAE)

b 12/02/1995 (Dubai)


2013 - European F3 Open (Team West-Tec): Champion, 256 pts. British F3 (Team West-Tec): 3rd Group N, 103 pts. F.Reanult Eurocup (Fortec Motorsports): 11th, 45 pts.  


Jones, Hunter

b 27/09/1968

 

Jones, Ian

b 04/10/1951

 

Jones, Jeffrey (USA)

b


2002 - US FF2000 (Van Diemen): 2nd, 270 pts


Jones, John (CDN)

b 19/10/1965 (Thunder Bay, Ontario)


1986 - F3000 (March-Cosworth 86B): 21st, 1 pt (6th Pau)
1987 - F3000 (Lola-Cosworth T87/50): 11th, 8 pts (5th Vallelunga, 2nd Pau)
1990 - F3000 (Lola-Mugen Honda T90/50): 12th, 7 pts (3rd Donington Park, 4th Pau)


Jones, Richard

b 03/02/1949

 

Jones, Roger

b 04/11/1948

 

Jones, Rufus Parnell "Parnelli" (USA)

b 12/8/1933 (Texarkana, Arkansas)


Father of PJ

1961 - Indycars (Kuzma-Offenhauser): 1 win (Phoenix)
1962 - Indycars (Kuzma-Offenhauser): 1 win (Indiana State Fairgrounds)
1963 - Indycars (Watson-Offenhauser): 1 win (Indy 500)
1964 - Indycars (Lotus-Ford 34): 2 wins (Milwaukee Race 2, Trenton Race 3)
1965 - Indycars (Kuzma/Lotus-Ford 34): 1 win (Milwaukee Race 1)


Jones, PJ (USA)

b 23/4/1969


Son of Parnelli.

1993 - Won Daytona 24 Hrs (Eagle-Toyota Mk3) with M.Dismore & R.Moran
2000 - NASCAR: 2 races


Jones, Stan (AUS)

b


Father of Alan Jones.

1958 - Australian Gold Star Champion


Jonsson, Arne

b 15/02/1942

 

Jonsson, Mats (S)

b 28/11/1957

 

Jönsson, Niclas (S)

b 4/8/1967 (Bankeryd)


1973 - Karts
1989 - Swedish F3
1990 - Swedish F3: Champion
1991 - Swedish F3: Champion
1992 - Scandinavian Touring Car Champion. European F3 Cup: 2nd
1995 - Formula Asia: 2nd
1999 - IRL
2000 - ALMS (BMW Team PTG). IRL.


Joosen, Eddy (B)

b


1977 - Won Spa 24 Hrs (BMW 530i) with J-C.Andruet
1978 - Won Tourist Trophy (BMW 3.0 CSL) with R.van Hove
1982 - Won Spa 24 Hrs (BMW 528i) with H.Heyer & A.Hahne


Jordan, Andrew (GB)

b 24/05/1989 (Sutton Coldfield)


Son of Mike Jordan.

2003 - UKWinter Junior Rallycross: Champion
2004 - BTRDA Junior Rally Championship: Champion
2005 - UK Ginetta Winter Series: Champion. British Junior Rallycross (Mini): Champion. Also won BTRDA & Super Series Junior titles.
2006 - British Rallycross Supercars (Ford Focus): 3rd, 2 wins.
2007 - British Rallycross Supercars: 2nd, 3 outright wins.
2008 - BTCC (Eurotech-John Guest Honda Integra): 13th, 56 pts
2009 - BTCC (Triple 8 Vauxhall Vectra): 10th, 114 pts
2011 - BTCC (Eurotech Racing Vauxhall Vectra): 6th, 143 pts
2012 - BTCC (Eurotech Racing Honda Civic): 4th, 346 pts
2013 - BTCC (Eurotech Racing Honda Civic): Champion, 397 pts
2014 - BTCC (Eurotech Racing Honda Civic): 5th, 310 pts
2015 - BTCC (Triple 8 MG 6): 5th, 274 pts


Jordan, Edmund "Eddie" (EIRE)

b 30/3/1948 (Dublin)

1970 - Had first kart race at Bouley Bay, Jersey
1971 - Won Irish Kart Championship 
1974 - Began competing in single seater racing in FF1600 
1977 - Won three Formula Atlantic races
1978 - Won Irish Formula Atlantic Championship in a Chevron B29. Moved to Silverstone, England. Teamed up with Stefan Johannson at Marlboro Team Ireland for the British Formula 3 Championship.
1979 - Formula 2 debut at Donington Park with Team Ireland. Test drove McLaren F1 car.Set up Eddie Jordan Racing. 
1980 - Retired from single seater racing to concentrate on running Eddie Jordan Racing. 
1991 - Established Jordan Grand Prix. 

Jordan, Mike (GB)

b 17/02/1958 (West Bromwich)


1979 - Started racing
1987 - British Porsche Championship: Champion
1988 - British Porsche Championship: Champion
1989 - BTCC (Peugeot 309 GTi): Part-season in Class C.
1991 - British Porsche Championship: Champion
1992 - British Production Saloon Cars (BMW M3): 2nd. Won Willhire 24 Hrs (BMW M3). 
1993 - British Production Saloon Cars: 2nd. Won Willhire 24 Hrs (BMW M3).
1995 - British Eurocar V6: 2nd.
1996 - British Eurocar V8: Champion
1997 - British Eurocar V8: Champion
1998 - British Eurocar V8: 2nd
1999 - TVR Tuscans.
2000 - British GTs (Porsche 911 GT3-R): won GTO class with Mark Sumpter. TVR Tuscan Championship: 2nd.
2001 - British GTs (Lister Storm): Champion, 163 pts, with D.Warnock
2002 - British GTs (Lister Storm)
2003 - FIA GTs (Porsche 911 GT3 RS)
2004 - British GTs (JWR Porsche GT3 RS): 6th
2005 - British GTs (Eurotech Porsche GT3RS): 8th
2006 - BTCC (Eurotech Honda Integra): 10th
2007 - BTCC (Eurotech Honda Integra): 3rd in Independent drivers championship.
2008 - BTCC (Eurotech-John Guest Honda Integra): 14th, 34 pts


Jorg, Kevin (CH)

b 11/09/1995


2015 - F.Renault NEC (Josef Kaufmann Racing): 2nd, 163 pts


Josselyn, Michael (USA)

b 1956 - d 25/8/2001


Died after his car flipped and landed on its roof at the Sertoma Motorplex in New Mexico.


Jöst, Reinhold (D)

b 24/4/1937 (Absteinach)


1976 - Sportscars (Porsche 908/3T): 1 win (Nurburgring)
1979 - Sportscars (Porsche 908/4): 2 wins (Dijon, Brands Hatch) with V.Merl & M.Ketterer (only Dijon)
1980 - Sportscars (Porsche 935): 1 win (Daytona 24 Hrs) with R.Stommelen & V.Merl


Jouanny, Bruce (F)

b


2000 - European F.Palmer Audi: Junior Class Champion, 215 pts, 14 wins (2 wins overall)
2001 - British F3 (Promatecme UK Dallara-Mugen Honda F399): 10th, 65 pts.
2002 - Marlboro Masters of F3: 9th. British F3 (Promatecme Dallara-Mugen Honda F302): 4th, 250 pts, 2 wins. Macau F3 GP: retired. Korea F3 Super Prix: 16th.
2003 - Dallara Nissan World Series (Carlin Motorsport): 10th, 62 pts


Joubert, Deon (ZA)

b


1992 - South African Touring Car Champion


Jourdain Jr, Michel (MEX)

b 2/9/1976 (Mexico City)


up to 1996 - Raced Mexican F.Junior, F.K, F2 and semi-trucks.
1996 - Indycars (Team Scandia): 0 pts
1997 - Indycars (Payton-Coyne Racing): 29th, 1 pt
1998 - Indycars (Payton-Coyne Racing): 24th, 5 pts
1999 - Indycars (Payton-Coyne Racing): 25th
2000 - Indycars (Bettenhausen Lola-Mercedes B2K/00): 22nd, 18 pts
2001 - Indycars (Bettenhausen Lola-Ford B1/00): 20th, 30 pts
2002 - Indycars (Team Rahal Lola-Ford B2/00): 10th, 105 pts
2004 - Champ Cars (RuSPORT Lola B2/00): 12th, 185 pts


Jourdain Sr, Michel (MEX)

b 25/08/1947

 

Jousse, Julien (F)

b 21/01/1986


2008 - Formula Renault 3.5 (Tech 1 Racing): 2nd, 106 pts
2009 - F2: 5th, 49 pts
2011 - Le Mans Series (Pescarolo Team Pescarolo-Judd 01): Champion, 50 pts, with E.Collard.


Judd, John (GB)

b 09/04/1942

 

Julian, Elton (USA)

b 16/08/1974

 

Juncadella, Daniel (E)

b 07/05/1991 (Barcelona)


2009 - F.BMW Europe (Eurointernational): 2nd, 288 pts
2010 - F3 Euroseries (Prema Powerteam Dallara-Mercedes F309): 8th, 35 pts
2011 - F3 Euroseries (Prema Powerteam Dallara-Mercedes F309): 3rd, 280 pts


Junek, Elizabeth (CZ)


Christened Alzbìta Pospíšilová, she used the name Eliška. She married Czech banker Cenek Junek who funded her racing in the 1920s (she anglicised her name from Eliška Junková-Khásová to Elizabeth Junek). She ran fourth in the 1927 Targa Florio before her steering broke, and won the 1.5-3 litre class of the German GP at the Nürburgring on her first visit there. Led the 1928 Targa Florio until water pump failure forced her to back off. On returning to the Nürburgring, her husband crashed and was killed, and Elizabeth withdrew from racing, although she returned in the 1960s for one off historic demonstrations.


Junco Jr, Rudy


2000 - Indylights: 14th, 26 pts
2001 - Indylights: 9th, 67 pts


Junker, Carl (AUS)

b


1931 - Won Australian GP (Bugatti T39)


Junqueira, Bruno (BRZ)

b 4/11/1976 (Savassi, São Paulo)

1987 - Started Karting
1993 - F.Chevrolet
1994 - SudAm F3
1995 - SudAm F3, 4th, 1 win
1996 - SudAm F3, 5th, 1 win
1997 - SudAm F3 (PropCar Dallara-Opel), Champion, 6 wins.
1998 - F3000 (Draco): 14th, 3 pts (5th Hockenheim)
1999 - F3000 (Petrobras Junior Team): 5th, 20 pts, 1 win (Hockenheim). Williams F1 Test driver.
2000 - F3000 (Petrobras Jr), Champion, 48 pts, 4 wins (Barcelona, Nurburgring, Monaco, Hungaroring)
2001 - Indycar (Chip Ganassi Racing Lola-Toyota B1/00): 16th, 68 pts, 1 win (Elkhart Lake).
2002 - Indycar (Chip Ganassi Racing Lola-Toyota B2/00): 2nd, 164 pts, 2 wins (Motegi, Denver)
2003 - Champ Cars (Newman-Haas Racing Lola B2/00): Champion
2004 - Champ Cars (Newman-Haas Racing Lola B2/00): 2nd, 341 pts, 2 wins (Montreal, Surfers Paradise)
2005 - Champ Cars (Newman-Haas Racing Lola B2/00): 19th, 59 pts, 1 win (Monterrey)
2006 - Champ Cars (Newman-Haas Racing Lola B2/00): 5th, 219 pts
2007 - Champ Cars (Dale Coyne Racing): 9th, 231 pts
2008 - IndyCar Series (Dale Coyne Racing Dallara-Honda): 20th, 256 pts

Justice, Jean-Claude

b 30/11/1949

 

Justus, Aaron (USA)

b


2000 - US F2000 (Van Diemen RF00): Champion, 310 pts
2003 - Toyota Atlantic (RuSPORT): 5th, 123 pts