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Mark Webber, the Australian Williams F1 driver, was born on August 27, 1976 in Queanbeyan.
Born in Wörgl, Austria.
Bruce Leslie McLaren, born in Auckland, New Zealand, was a race-car designer, driver, engineer and inventor. He is the founder of the McLaren Formula One team. With Bruce behind the wheel, the cars were dominant in the CanAm series while also winning three times the Indianapolis 500. Bruce also won the 24 hours of Le Mans in 1966 where he partnered Chris Amon.
Bruce died June 2, 1970 when he tested his CanAm M8D. When the bodywork came loose, the car spun off and hit a bunker that was used as a signalling post. Bruce McLaren was 33 years old.
French F1-driver who has driven for Ligier, Prost, BAR and Toyota was born in Lyon, France
Karl Jochen Rindt was an Austrian racing driver, born in Mainz, Germany. He is the only driver to posthumously win the Formula One World Drivers' Championship (in 1970), after being killed in practice for the Italian Grand Prix. Rindt also won the 24 hours of Le Mans in 1965.
Round 9 of the 2020 calendar is called Formula 1 Gran Premio Della Toscana Ferrari 1000 2020 Mugello in order the distinguish the two Italian races from each other and to pay tribute to Ferrari's 1000th race in Formula One.
Born in West Kensington, England, Stirling Moss is said to be the very best F1 driver ever who has never won a championship. He once told an interviewer that he had participated in 525 races overall, as many as 62 in a single year, in 84 different cars. Like many drivers of the era, he competed in several formulae - sometimes at the same time.
Stirling Moss was a pioneer in the British Formula One racing scene and placed second in the Drivers' Championship four times in a row from 1955 to 1958.
F1's world champion of 1996 with Williams Renault was born in Hampstead, England
Born in Bogota, Cololmbia
Robert Michael Doornbos was born on September 23, 1981 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Doornbos made his F1 debut as official test driver for the Jordan F1 Team prior to the 2004 Chinese GP. In 2005, Robert got the chance to replace Patrick Friesacher with the Minardi F1 Team for the last 8 races of the season. During the 2006 season, Doornbos got a contract with Red Bull as a test and reserve driver.
The F1 world champion from 1998 and 1999 with McLaren was born in Helsinki, Finland
This German talented F1 driver from the sixties was born in Munchen, Germany