The Drivers
Tony Adamowicz has great photo galleries on his personal site.  Galleries #3 & #4 show his drive at Le Mans in 1970 with co-driver Chuck Parsons.
Prince Bira was not only Thai royalty, he was a capable Grand Prix driver in the pre-war years.  Here's his official site.
This page features Jack Brabham's  F1 career.
Andre Capella built and raced the Twareg Special as well as many other innovative and interesting cars.  Here's a link to his website.
New!  Peter Branwell's detailed site on Jim Clark.
A page from the James Dean site about the actor's racing career.
Paul Powell has created this memorial website for Mark Donohue.
This page on  Juan Manuel Fangio is from the "Grand Prix History" site.
Juan Manuel Fangio won 5 World Championships.  Here's his official website.  (This site is available only in Spanish.)
This website on the Fangio Museum in Argentina is so good that you can enjoy it without knowing how to read Spanish.  (Spanish only, unfortunately)
Michael Cox created this site in memory of Masten Gregory.
Bob Grossman tells racing stories to Michael Frank in this fascinating link that I found while looking up something else.
Dan Gurney's " All American Racers" site.
Phil Hill won the World Championship for Ferrari in 1961.  He didn't compete on the West Coast in the era covered by this website, but his story is a big part of California racing history.
Jacky Ickx Tribute site.
Here's Stirling Moss's site.
Tazio Nuvolari was an all-time great.  Some say he was the greatest driver of all.
Art Pollard Tribute site.
Lloyd Ruby may have been "The greatest driver never to win the Indy 500".   He also did well in sports car racing in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Swede Savage was Dan Gurney's protege.  Here's a memorial site for Swede by Scott Bennett.
A memorial site for Mickey Thompson.

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