Australian racecar drivers

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  1. Aaron Caratti

    Aaron Caratti

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    Aaron Caratti (born 23 May 1980 in Perth, Western Australia) is an Australian racing driver. He progressed from karting to the Australian Formula Ford Championship before graduating to the Australian Formula 3 series where he became champion in 2005. Since then he has competed with moderate success in sports cars.


  2. Adam Macrow

    Adam Macrow

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    Adam Macrow (born 23 November 1978, in Victoria) is a professional race car driver now living in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Starting in Karts in 1985 winning two National titles and ten Victorian titles. 1995 he moved to Formula Vee, then Formula Ford in 1996, winning the National Championship in 1998.


  3. Adam Spence

    Adam Spence

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    Adam Spence (born in New South Wales, Australia), currently residing in Australia, is the team principal of the race team RedBackRacingc. He is currently the team race driver. As a driver, Adam made his first mark in professional level motor racing in Targa New Zealand. To date has competed in four Targa Tasmania's, once in the now defunct East Coast Targa and three times in Targa New Zealand. Additional to this he has competed in many sprints, hill climbs, kart and track based events.


  4. Alan Gurr

    Alan Gurr

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    Australian racing driver

  5. Alan Jones (racing driver)

    Alan Jones (racing driver)

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    Australian racing driver

  6. Alex Davison

    Alex Davison

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    Alex Davison, born 3 November 1979, in Melbourne, Australia, is best known as a racing driver. Davison currently races for Charlie Schwerkolt Racing driving a Ford FG Falcon in the International V8 Supercars Championship.


  7. Alf Barbagallo

    Alf Barbagallo

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    Australian motoring businessman

  8. Alfredo Costanzo

    Alfredo Costanzo

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    Alfredo Costanzo (born 3 January 1943, in Calabria, Italy) is a retired Italian born Australian racing driver. From 1980–1983 Costanzo won a record four Australian Drivers' Championship in a row, equalling the record set by Bib Stillwell from 1962–1965.


  9. Allan Grice

    Allan Grice

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    Australian politician

  10. Allan Moffat

    Allan Moffat

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    Canadian racing driver

  11. Andrej Pavicevic

    Andrej Pavicevic

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    Andrej Pavicevic (born 26 May 1975 in Sydney, Australia) is best known as a race driver. He started racing in the NSW Street Sedan Championship in 1994 in a Suzuki Swift GTi. From there he moved to the Australian Production Car Championship in 1995 have major success winning 3 class championships in 1995, 1996 and 1997 and he raced a Ford Mondeo in the 1997 Bathurst 1000 race. In 1998 his major sponsor Zepter entered him in the British Formula 3 Championship even though he had next to no open wheel Formula racing experience. As expected he had a tough year in 1998, starting 14 races and scored 19 points finishing 14th for the year and also entered the 1998 Masters of Formula 3 event at Zandvoort. He then graduated to the FIA International Formula 3000 Championship in 1999 where he completed the whole season, qualifying for only 4 events. In 2000 he was picked up by Durango for the Italian Formula 3000 Championship. He had a pole position in the season opener, but failed to score any points. The best finish he had was at the Non Championship race at Assen. After 3 years in Europe he returned to Australia. On his return he started Drag Racing with some success. He was diagnosed with leukaemia, and after a long battle, beat the disease. He now lives in Sydney, preparing and racing Drag Cars.


  12. Andrew Jones (racing driver)

    Andrew Jones (racing driver)

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    Australian racing driver

  13. Andrew Thompson (racing driver)

    Andrew Thompson (racing driver)

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    Australian racing driver

  14. Arthur Abrahams

    Arthur Abrahams

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    Australian racing driver

  15. Arthur Terdich

    Arthur Terdich

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  16. Arthur Waite (racing driver)

    Arthur Waite (racing driver)

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    British racing driver

  17. Ash Bettridge

    Ash Bettridge

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  18. Ashley Cooper (race driver)

    Ashley Cooper (race driver)

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    Ashley Alan Cooper (11 July 1980 – 25 February 2008) was an Australian race car driver. Cooper died from severe head and internal injuries after a high speed racing accident. Preliminary investigation suggests that his car may have clipped a guard rail at over 200 km/h at the Clipsal 500 meeting in Adelaide.


  19. Ashley Walsh

    Ashley Walsh

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    V8 Supercar Driver

  20. Barry Mulholland

    Barry Mulholland

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    Barry Mulholland (14 June 1940 - 28 April 2006) was an Australian racing driver.


  21. Barry Seton

    Barry Seton

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    Australian racing driver

  22. Bill Patterson

    Bill Patterson

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    Gerald William Riggall "Bill" Patterson (30 August 1923 – 10 January 2010) was an Australian motor racing driver, race team owner and businessman.


  23. Bill Pitt (racing driver)

    Bill Pitt (racing driver)

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    William Pitt is a former Australian racing driver and motor racing official.


  24. Bob Holden (racing driver)

    Bob Holden (racing driver)

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    Robin John Holden (born 1 December 1932 in Notting Hill, Victoria) is an Australian racing driver. Holden raced small-engined touring cars throughout his career, racing Peugeots in the early 1960s, establishing a reputation for himself which saw him become a regular part of BMC Australia racing program for Minis which culminated with a victory in the 1966 Bathurst 500 co-driving with Rauno Aaltonen. Into the 1970s Holden moved on to race Ford Escorts in various guises, moving into Toyota Corollas in the 1980s, winning the 1.6 litre class at the Bathurst round of the 1987 World Touring Car Championship. In the mid-1990s Holden moved into BMW M3s and later a BMW 318i Super Touring car in which he raced his final Bathurst in 1998, at the time setting the record for most Bathurst appearances.


  25. Bob Jane

    Bob Jane

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    Australian racing driver

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