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  1. Leonardo de Souza

    Leonardo de Souza


    Leonardo Augusto Antunes de Souza (born January 9, 1986) is a Brazilian racing driver.

  2. Bruno Spengler

    Bruno Spengler


    Bruno Spengler (born August 23, 1983) is a French-born Canadian BMW factory racing driver, nicknamed 'The Secret Canadian'. He won the 2012 DTM Drivers' Championship.

  3. Kuba Giermaziak

    Kuba Giermaziak


    Jakub "Kuba" Giermaziak (born 9 July 1990 in Gostyń, Poland) is a Polish racing driver.

  4. Ben Dark

    Ben Dark


    Ben Dark (born Benjamin Cranstoun Dark; 14 January 1972) is an Australian radio and television presenter.

  5. Aaron Lim

    Aaron Lim


    Aaron Lim (born 22 June 1985 in Selangor) is a Malaysian racing driver. He has competed in such series as Formula V6 Asia and A1 Grand Prix for A1 Team Malaysia.

  6. Tengku Djan Ley

    Tengku Djan Ley


    Tengku Djan Ley bin Tengku Mahaleel is the head of Proton Motorsports and is also a Malaysian professional drift driver who has taken part in the D1 Grand Prix racing series and others. He has won the 12 hour Merdeka Millennium Endurance race twice in 2005 and 2006. Tengku Djan Ley is of the Kelantan royal lineage.

  7. John Love

    John Love


    John Love (26 September 1940 – 18 August 2004) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman who played for Oxfordshire. He was born in Oxford and died in Devon.

  8. Laleh Seddigh

    Laleh Seddigh


    Laleh Seddigh (born 1977, Tehran) is an Iranian female race car driver. She races both on circuits and in rallies. She lives in Tehran and has been called the "little Schumacher". She is recognized as the best female racer in the country. She is trained by former national champion Saeed A'rabian.

  9. Billy Foster

    Billy Foster


    William A. Foster (September 18, 1937 – January 20, 1967), was a Canadian racing driver.

  10. Ken Nomura

    Ken Nomura


    Ken Nomura (Shinjitai: 野村謙 Nomura Ken, born Fukuoka, May 9, 1965) is a drifting driver from Japan. He made his debut in the D1 Grand Prix in the 3rd round in 2001, driving the Blitz D1 Spec ER34 Skyline which he still drives. His nickname is Nomuken (のむけん) or Monkey Magic (as a reference to his company).

  11. Ken Achs

    Ken Achs


    Ken Achs is a Canadian drag racer. Ken was inducted into the Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame in 2002.

  12. Sebastian Saavedra

    Sebastian Saavedra


    Sebastian Saavedra (born June 2, 1990) is a Colombian racing driver from Bogotá. In 2014, he drove for KVSH Racing in the Verizon IndyCar Series before being replaced by former GP2 Series driver Stefano Coletti.

  13. Ianina Zanazzi

    Ianina Zanazzi


    Ianina Zanazzi (born January 7, 1982 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a professional racecar driver. She started her career in karting in 1996, moving to Argentinian Formula Hyundai for the 1997 season. In 1998 she competed in both Argentinian Formula Honda and Argentinian Formula Renault. She remained in only the Renault series for 1999, before moving to Formula Three Sudamericana in 2000, in the B-Class. In 2001 she moved to the main class, but only competed in part of the season's schedule. She also competed in a part season of Spanish Formula Three in 2002.

  14. Graham Duxbury

    Graham Duxbury


    Graham Duxbury (born 1 December 1954) is a South African racing driver, business man, and motorsport commentator. Duxbury won the South African National Drivers Championship in 1982 engineered by Ken Howes driving initially a March 78B before taking delivery of a ground effect March 822. He won the Daytona 24 Hours in 1984 driving for Kreepy Krauly Racing, an all-South African team in a March 83G-Porsche again engineered by Howes. He shared the win with Sarel van der Merwe and Tony Martin.

  15. Mike Burgmann

    Mike Burgmann


    Michael Burgmann (3 June 1947 – 5 October 1986) was a Sydney accountant and racing car driver who was involved in a fatal accident at the 1986 James Hardie 1000 race held at the Mount Panorama Circuit in Bathurst, New South Wales. At the time of his death, Burgmann was the accountant for the Australian Racing Drivers Club (ARDC), who were the promoters of the Bathurst 1000, as well as the owners and promoters of Amaroo Park in Sydney.

  16. Ross Dunkerton

    Ross Dunkerton


    Ross Dunkerton (born 16 July 1945) is an Australian rally driver. Born in Fremantle, Western Australia, he was previously a councillor for the Town of Bassendean, but moved with his family to Cairns in Far North Queensland in late 2007.

  17. Tony Teixeira

    Tony Teixeira


    António Teixeira is a South African businessman. He was born in Portugal but emigrated to South Africa, later naturalizing himself. He lived and studied in Nigel, and later dropped out of school to work at SASOL mining company , later he moved to the transport industry. He is the owner and CEO of the oil, diamonds and gold trading company Energem.

  18. Ed Ordynski

    Ed Ordynski


    Ed Ordynski (born 21 July 1957) is an Australian former rally driver. He served as Chairman of the Australian Rally Commission (ARCom)in 2007.

  19. Michele Bumgarner

    Michele Bumgarner


    Michele Marie Bumgarner (born September 2, 1989 in Mandaluyong City) is a Filipina racing driver. She was born to an American father and a Filipina mother. She made her debut into single seater racing with the National Karting Series in the Philippines in 1999 at the age of 10. She has participated in the Asia-Pacific Karting Championships Japan, Shell Super Karting Series, Asian Karting Open Championship (AKOC), and the Italian Masters Series.

  20. Dave McMillan (racing driver)

    Dave McMillan (racing driver)


    Dave McMillan (born 18 May 1944) is a New Zealand former racing driver.

  21. Tim Schenken

    Tim Schenken


    Timothy "Tim" Theodore Schenken (born 26 September 1943) is a former racing driver from Sydney, Australia. He participated in 36 Formula One World Championship Grands Prix, debuting on 16 August 1970. He achieved one career podium at the 1971 Austrian Grand Prix, and scored a total of seven championship points. He did however have two non-championship race podiums – he finished third in the 1971 BRDC International Trophy and third in the 1972 International Gold Cup.

  22. Mark McNally

    Mark McNally


    Mark McNally (born 23 November 1981) is an Australian racing driver. He made his V8 Supercar debut at the 2009 Dunlop Townsville 400.

  23. Ken Kavanagh

    Ken Kavanagh


    Thomas Kenrick Kavanagh, better known as Ken Kavanagh (born 12 December 1923) is a former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer and racecar driver from Australia. He became the first Australian to win a motorcycle Grand Prix race when he won the 1952 350cc Ulster Grand Prix. In 1956, he won the Junior TT at the Isle of Man TT races. Kavanagh entered two Formula One Grands Prix in 1958 with his own Maserati 250F, firstly in Monaco where he failed to qualify, and lastly in the Belgian Grand Prix where he missed out on the race having blown his engine in practice, after having qualified 20th of 28 entrants.

  24. Keiko Ihara

    Keiko Ihara


    Keiko Ihara (井原 慶子, Ihara Keiko) (born July 4, 1973) is a Japanese female race car driver. She was a former race queen, a model who appears in a swimsuit or other fashionable apparel at race circuits, before deciding to become a racing driver. She is one of the few Japanese women nationals to race internationally at a high level. Her best finishes in the British Formula Three Championship are two 8th places finishes in 2005, which helped her to a final championship standing position of 16th with 12 points. In the 2006 series, she finished in 17th and last position in the Championship Class, with 4 points.

  25. George Robson

    George Robson


    George Robson (born 4 November 1985) is an English rugby union player. He currently plays for Oyonnax in the Top 14. He plays as a Lock.

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