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Birthday of Enzo FerrariBirthday

Enzo Anselmo "Il Commendatore" Ferrari was born in Turin, Italy. He was an Italian race car driver and entrepreneur, the founder of the Scuderia Ferrari Grand Prix motor racing team, and subsequently of the Ferrari car manufacturer.
Enzo Ferrari died August 14, 1989 at Maranello, the manufacturer's home base. He was 90 years old.

Sakhir, Bahrain International CircuitbhF1 Test

Birthday of Niki LaudaBirthday

Andreas Nikolaus 'Niki' Lauda is a former Austrian Formula One driver and is triple World Champion. After buying himself in at March in 1971 he moved up to BRM and eventually to Ferrari where he won his first championship in 1975. He then narrowly missed out on his second consecutive title due to a heavy crash from which he only nearly escaped from burning to death. Niki later won 2 more titles in 1977 and 1984 and is known for his incredible determination and fighting spirit following his crash in 1976.

Sakhir, Bahrain International CircuitbhF1 Test

Sakhir, Bahrain International CircuitbhF1 Test

Birthday of Pedro De La RosaBirthday

Pedro Martinez de la Rosa was born on February 24, 1971 in Barcelona, Spain. He joined F1 in 1998 as the test driver for the Jordan team. Pedro was the race driver of Arrows the next year and joined Jaguar in 2001 for 2 years.
After the 2003 season, de la Rosa was dropped by Jaguar and joined the McLaren Mercedes team as test driver. In 2006, he took over from Montoya in the half of the season.

Birthday of Alain ProstBirthday

Frenchman Alain Prost is a four-time Formula One Drivers' Champion. He raced in F1 from 1980 to 1993 and gathered 51 GP victories. Prost was nicknamed 'Le Professeur' for his intellectual approach to racing and his skills to setup the car perfectly for race conditions.

Shadow's F1 debutHistory

Shadow made its GP debut in 1973. The team would participate in 104 GPs between 1973 and 1980, with a best result a win in Austria (1977) by Alan Jones.

GP Bahrain, Bahrain International CircuitbhF1 Grand Prix

Birthday of Jos VerstappenBirthday

Dutchman Jos Verstappen was born in 1972 in Montfort, The Netherlands. Verstappen drove several full seasons for Footwork, Minardi, Stewart and Benetton

Birthday of Jim ClarkBirthday

F1's world champion of 1963 and 1965 was born in Kilmany, Scotland, Great-Britain. Clark was a versatile driver who also won the Indianapolis 500 in 1965.

Clark was killed in a Formula Two accident at Hockenheim on 7 April 1968. At the time of his death, he had won more Grand Prix races (25) and achieved more Grand Prix pole positions (33) than any other driver.

Tom PryceFatalities

Thomas Maldwyn Pryce was a British Formula One racing driver from Wales. Tom drove 42 GP's and is the only Welshman to lead a Formula One Grand Prix: two laps of the 1975 British Grand Prix. Pryce's fatal accident involved him hitting a track marshall at around 270km/h. The 19-year old marshall who was crossing the track to help Renzo Zorzi who came to a halt across the pitlane. The marshall was immediately killed after being thrown meters high in the air. Together with him, Tom Pryce was decapitated by the fire extinguisher the marshall was carrying. Tom Pryce was 27 years old.

GP Saudi Arabia, Jeddah Street CircuitsaF1 Grand Prix

Birthday of Ayrton SennaBirthday

Considered as one of the greatest talents ever seen in Formula One, this Brazilian was born 21-03-1960 at Sao Paulo, Brasil. He won the championship in 1988, '90 and '91 with McLaren after driving for Toleman and Lotus. Ayrton died after crashing into a concrete wall at Imola, 1 may 1994. The crash was caused by a bump in the track that made the sensitive Williams lose all grip. As of that day, vast efforts have been made to make F1 safer by changing regulations and removing the Tamburello corner from the Imola circuit.

Birthday of Leslie George JohnsonBirthday

Leslie George Johnson was a British racing driver who competed in rallies, sports car races and Grand Prix races. He specialized in European endurance races such as Le Mans and the Mille Miglia. He also broke several world speed records for production sports cars.
He died 8 June 1959, aged 46, at Foxcote House, the family’s home in the village of Foxcote, Gloucestershire, England.