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Norbert Haug (b 1952) German journalist; racing driver; 2nd, 24 Hours Nürburgring (1985); VP, Mercedes-Benz motorsport (incl. Formula One, Formula 3, DTM), winning many races and championships (1990-2012)

Norbert Haug (b 1952) German journalist; racing driver; 2nd, 24 Hours Nürburgring (1985); VP, Mercedes-Benz motorsport (incl. Formula One, Formula 3, DTM), winning many races and championships (1990-2012)

Derek Bell (b 1941) British racing driver; five time Le Mans 24 hours winner (1975, 81, 82, 86, 87); three time Daytona 24 winner; dual World Sportscar Championship winner (1985, 86); class winner Bathurst 1000 (1977, 81); raced in Formula One; raced with Steve McQueen in the film “Le Mans” (1970); patron of Hope for Tomorrow and Mission Motorsport charities; Fly Navy Heritage Trust Ambassador

Derek Bell (b 1941) British racing driver; five time Le Mans 24 hours winner (1975, 81, 82, 86, 87); three time Daytona 24 winner; dual World Sportscar Championship winner (1985, 86); class winner Bathurst 1000 (1977, 81); raced in Formula One; raced with Steve McQueen in the film “Le Mans” (1970); patron of Hope for Tomorrow and Mission Motorsport charities; Fly Navy Heritage Trust Ambassador

Pat Fry (b 1964) British engineer; joined the  Benetton Formula One R&D team (1987); Mika Häkkinen's race engineer at McLaren (1995); David Coulthard's race engineer at McLaren (1997-2000); Chief Engineer of Race Development at McLaren (2002-2010); Ferrari head of race track engineering (2010-2014); Manor Racing engineering consultant

Pat Fry (b 1964) British engineer; joined the Benetton Formula One R&D team (1987); Mika Häkkinen's race engineer at McLaren (1995); David Coulthard's race engineer at McLaren (1997-2000); Chief Engineer of Race Development at McLaren (2002-2010); Ferrari head of race track engineering (2010-2014); Manor Racing engineering consultant

Erich Zakowski (b 1934) German born in Prussia; master mechanic; founded Zakspeed racing (1968); Zakspeed Formula One team (1985-89) owner; with driver Jonathan Palmer

Erich Zakowski (b 1934) German born in Prussia; master mechanic; founded Zakspeed racing (1968); Zakspeed Formula One team (1985-89) owner; with driver Jonathan Palmer

Gerhard Berger (b 1959) Austrian Formula One racing driver; competed in 14 F1 seasons (1984-97); twice finished 3rd in the driver’s championship; his first and last victories were for Benetton (’86 + ’97); a race winner for Ferrari and McLaren; contributed to the 1990 and 1991 McLaren constructor’s championships; co-owner of the Scuderia Toro Rosso Formula One team (2006-08); President of the FIA Single Seat Commission (2012-14); Chairman of ITR, the promoter of the Deutsche Tourenwagen…

Gerhard Berger (b 1959) Austrian Formula One racing driver; competed in 14 F1 seasons (1984-97); twice finished 3rd in the driver’s championship; his first and last victories were for Benetton (’86 + ’97); a race winner for Ferrari and McLaren; contributed to the 1990 and 1991 McLaren constructor’s championships; co-owner of the Scuderia Toro Rosso Formula One team (2006-08); President of the FIA Single Seat Commission (2012-14); Chairman of ITR, the promoter of the Deutsche Tourenwagen…

Eddie Jordan (b 1948) Irish businessman; drummer; television personality; philanthropist; Irish Kart Champion in his debut year (1971); Irish Formula Atlantic Champion (1978); drove in British Formula Three (1979); founded Eddie Jordan Racing (1979); British Formula Three Championship team (1987); British F3000 Championship team (1989); Jordan Grand Prix Formula One team owner (1991-2005); BBC F1 chief analyst (2009-15); Channel 4 F1 lead analyst (2016)

Eddie Jordan (b 1948) Irish businessman; drummer; television personality; philanthropist; Irish Kart Champion in his debut year (1971); Irish Formula Atlantic Champion (1978); drove in British Formula Three (1979); founded Eddie Jordan Racing (1979); British Formula Three Championship team (1987); British F3000 Championship team (1989); Jordan Grand Prix Formula One team owner (1991-2005); BBC F1 chief analyst (2009-15); Channel 4 F1 lead analyst (2016)

René Arnoux (b 1948) French racing driver; French Formule Renault Champion (1973); European Super Renault Champion (1975); European Formula Two Champion (1977); raced in 12 Formula One seasons (1978-89), 22 podiums, won 7 races; third in the F1 World Drivers' Championship (1983); co-owner DAMS (Driot Arnoux Motor Sport) Formula 3000 team; owns 4 Kart'In indoor kart tracks in France; produced Rene Arnoux Karting video game

René Arnoux (b 1948) French racing driver; French Formule Renault Champion (1973); European Super Renault Champion (1975); European Formula Two Champion (1977); raced in 12 Formula One seasons (1978-89), 22 podiums, won 7 races; third in the F1 World Drivers' Championship (1983); co-owner DAMS (Driot Arnoux Motor Sport) Formula 3000 team; owns 4 Kart'In indoor kart tracks in France; produced Rene Arnoux Karting video game

Mario Andretti (b 1940) Italian-born American race driver; won races in Formula One, IndyCar, Sportscar and NASCAR; raced in 14 F1 seasons, won 12 races, F1 World Champion (1978); IndyCar Champion (1978); the only driver to win the Indianapolis 500, Daytona 500 and an F1 Championship; only one of two drivers to win races in F1, Indy & NASCAR; the only US Driver of the Year in 3 decades (1967, 1978, 1984); first driver with IndyCar race wins in 4 decades. marioandretti.com

Mario Andretti (b 1940) Italian-born American race driver; won races in Formula One, IndyCar, Sportscar and NASCAR; raced in 14 F1 seasons, won 12 races, F1 World Champion (1978); IndyCar Champion (1978); the only driver to win the Indianapolis 500, Daytona 500 and an F1 Championship; only one of two drivers to win races in F1, Indy & NASCAR; the only US Driver of the Year in 3 decades (1967, 1978, 1984); first driver with IndyCar race wins in 4 decades. marioandretti.com

English driver, Jenson Button (b 1980) has achieved the third highest number of race starts in Formula 1, the most of any current driver (2000-2016)

English driver, Jenson Button (b has achieved the third highest number of race starts in Formula the most of any current driver

Herbie Blash (b 1948) British motorsports race director; Lotus motor racing mechanic; Brabham team manager; FIA Deputy Race Director at Formula One Grand Prix races (1995-2016)

Herbie Blash (b 1948) British motorsports race director; Lotus motor racing mechanic; Brabham team manager; FIA Deputy Race Director at Formula One Grand Prix races (1995-2016)

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