M

Maassen, Sascha (D)

b 28/9/1969 (Aachen)


1994 - Won Macau GP
2003 - ALMS (Alex Job Racing Porsche 911 GT3 RS): GT Class Champion, 164 pts, with L.Luhr.
2004 - FIA GT Championship (Freisinger Motorsport Porsche 911 GT3-RSR): N-GT Champion, 93.5 pts, with L.Luhr.
2007 - ALMS (Penske Motorsports Porsche RS Spyder): 2nd, 186 pts, with R.Briscoe.


Macdonald, John (HK)

b 27/05/1936 (Worcester, UK)


1957-1959 - Motorbike racing (Vincent HRD 1000) in UK. Followed this with National Service. Won races, sprints and hillclimbs. First car race was a 10 lap scratch race at Silverstone, which he won.
1961 - Won class on 5th Total Central African Rally
1963 - Won class on 19th RSAC Scottish International Rally
1964 - Hong Kong Hill-climb Champion. Hong Kong Omega Slalom Champion.
1965 - Won Macau GP. Hong Kong Hill-climb Champion. Hong Kong Omega Slalom Champion. Won Asian Kart Prix.
1966 - Hong Kong Kart Champion. Hong Kong Hill-climb Champion. Hong Kong Omega Slalom Champion.
1967 - Hong Kong Hill-climb Champion.
1968 - Hong Kong Hill-climb Champion. Hong Kong Omega Slalom Champion. Hong Kong Motorcycle Hill-climb Champion. 2nd in Macau motorcycle GP,
1969 - Hong Kong Hill-climb Champion. Hong Kong Caltex Autocross Champion (cars and motorcycles). Won Malaysian GP. Won Macau Sports Car race. Won Macau Motor-cycle GP. Won Macau Guia 101 race, 1300cc class. 2nd in Royal Perak 200, Malaysia.
1970 - Won Malaysian GP. 2nd Singapore GP. 2nd in Selangor GP. Won Singapore Sports Car race. 2nd Macau Sports Car race. 2nd in Selangor Sports Car race. 3rd Royal Perak 200. Hong Kong Hill-climb Champion. Hong Kong Caltex Autocross Champion (cars & motorcycles) Spring and Autumn series. 
1971 - Won Malaysian GP. Won Singapore GP preliminary race. Won Hong Kong Rothmans International Rally. Won Philippine Formula Libre race. Hong Kong Caltex Autocross Champion Spring series.
1972 - Won Macau GP. Won Macau Guia 200 race. Hong Kong Caltex Autocross Champion Autumn series.
1973 - Won Macau GP. Won Malaysian GP. Won Philippine GP. Won Penang GP. Won ARAP Formula Libre race, Philippines. Hong Kong Hill-climb Champion. Hong Kong Caltex Autocross Champion Winter series. 
1974 - Won Selangor GP. Won Penang GP. 2nd Philippine GP. Philippine driving champion (1st in 7 races). 
1975 - Won Macau GP. Won Malaysian GP. Won Selangor GP. Won Penang GP. Won Philippine GP. 2nd in F2 race at Amaroo Park. Won Hong Kong Rothmans International Rally. Won Gedol Great Philippine Rally. 
1976 - Won Selangor GP. Won Indonesia GP. 2nd Philippine GP.

Competed on two and four wheels throughout England, Africa, Japan, SE Asia and Australia and was based in Hong Kong from 1963 to 1978. Over the years won the Asian Kart Prix, Macau Motorcycle GP, 3 international rallies, Macau Guia 101, Philippine Driving Championship, 4xMalaysia GP, 3xSelangor GP, 3xPenang GP, 2xPhilippine GP, 1xIndonesia GP, 4xMacau GP and 1xMacau Motorcycle GP . Won over 100 races. Prepared vehicles and ran teams for Marlboro, Lancia and Ford from 1969 to 1972, and from 1972 to 1976 ran the Cathay Pacific racing team.


MacHale, Austin (IRL)

b


2004 - British Rally Championship (Ford Focus WRC): 2nd, 107 pts, co-driven by Brian Murphy.


MacLeod, Callum (GB)

b 20/01/1988


1996-2000 - Club level karting
2001 - British Junior Rotax Championship
2002 - British Junior Rotax Championship
2003 - British Junior Rotax Champion
2004 - Debut car race in the Walter Hayes Trophy (Formula Ford)
2005 - F.BMW UK (Filsell Motorsport): Selected rounds
2006 - British F.Ford Clubmans class
2007 - British F.Ford (Jamun Racing Services Mygale SJ07): Champion, 680 pts, 14 wins


MacPherson, Jeff (USA)

b 9/6/1956 (Santa Ana, California)


1986 - New Zealand International Champion


Mack, George (USA)

b


2002 - IRL (310 Racing G-Force Chevrolet): 16th, 184 pts


Macri, Jonathan (USA)

b


2002 - Toyota Atlantic: 7th, 96 pts
2003 - Toyota Atlantic (Polestar Atlantic LLC): 4th, 145 pts


Macrow, Tim (AUS)

b


2007 - Australian F3 (Scud Racing Dallara): Champion, 208 pts


Maddock, Owen (GB)

b - d ?/?/2000


Designer for the Cooper team, famous for his curved tubular designs.


Maggiacomo, Jocko (USA)

b


1976 - Trans-Am Class 2 Champion


Magistri, Constantino (I)

b


1936 - Won Targa Florio (Lancia)


Mahe, Norbert (F)

b


1934 - Won Spa 24 Hrs (Bugatti) with J.Desvignes


Maia, Leonardo (BRZ)

b


2003 - Barber Pro Series: Champion, 188 pts
2004 - Infiniti Pro Series: 5th, 292 pts


Mailleux, Franck (F)

b


2007 - F3 Euroseries (Manor Motorsport Dallara-Mercedes Benz F305): 7th, 38 pts
2008 - F3 Euroseries (Signature Plus Dallara-Volkswagen F308): 10th, 27 pts


Major, Philip (CDN)

b 08/12/1988 (Mississauga)


2006 - US F.BMW: 21st


Mäkelä, Valle (SF)

b 2/9/1986 (Laitila)


1991-2001 - Karting
2002 - Finnish F.Ford (Team Soderman Van Diemen RF00): Champion, 409 pts
2003 - British F.Ford (Nexa Racing Van Diemen RF03): 3rd, 392 pts
2004 - British F.Ford (Nexa Racing): Champion. Won Formula Ford Festival.
2005 - World Touring Car Championship (GR Asia) - ran in five races.
2006 - F.Renault UK - did five races with Manor Motorsport and Nexa Racing.
2007 - UK F.BMW: 5th, 509 pts


Mäki, Mika (SF)

b 27/02/1988 (Tampere)


2004 - Finnish Karting Championship: 2nd
2005 - German F.BMW: 12th
2006 - German F.BMW: 2nd, 2 wins
2007 - Italian F.Renault: Champion, 5 wins. F.Renault Eurocup: 9th.
2008 - F3 Euroseries (Mucke Motorsport Dallara-Mercedes Benz F308): 4th, 46 pts


Makinen, Tommi (SF)

b 26/6/1964

1982 - Finnish ploughing champion 
1985 - Finnish ploughing champion
1986 - Finnish Junior Rally Champion 
1987 - Made WRC debut on the 1000 Lakes Rally in a Lancia Delta HF 4WD, but went out with an accident 
1988 - Drove on 1000 Lakes with a Lancia Delta HF 4WD, but retired with suspension problems. 
1989 - Drove on 1000 Lakes with a Lancia Delta Integrale, but retired with differential problems. 
1990 - 3rd in Group N World Rally Championship. Won category in New  Zealand, 1000 Lakes & Australia (Mitsubishi Galant VR4) 
1991 - Drove a Mazda 323 GTX 
1992 - Drove for Nissan (Sunny GTiR) 
1993 - Drove Astra team Lancia HF Integrale 
1994 - Drove Nissan Sunny in British Rally Championship. Drove Mitsubishi Lancer on San Remo rally. 
1995 - WRC (Mitsubishi Lancer E3). Won 1000 Lakes Rally. 
1996 - World Rally Champion (Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 3). Won Swedish, Safari, Argentinian, 1000 Lakes and Australian rallies. 
1997 - World Rally Champion (Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 4). 
1998 - World Rally Champion (Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 4). 
1999 - World Rally Champion (Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 5), 62 pts. Co-driven by Risto Mannisenmaki. Won Monte Carlo, Swedish, New Zealand and San Remo rallies.
2000 - World Rally Championship (Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 5): 5th, 36 pts, with R.Mannisenmaki. 1 win (Monte Carlo)
2001 - World Rally Championship (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 5/Mitsubishi Lancer WRC): 3rd, 41 pts, with R.Mannisenmaki & K.Lindstrom. 3 wins (Sweden, Monte Carlo & Safari Rally).
2002 - World Rally Championship (Subaru Impreza WRC 2001/2): 8th, 22 pts, 1 win (Monte Carlo), with K.Lindstrom.
2003 - World Rally Championship (Subaru Impreza WRC 2003): 9th, 30 pts

Malcher, Jean-Pierre (F)

b 19/2/1950


1981 - French Supertouring Champion
1988 - French Supertouring Champion
1989 - French Supertouring Champion
1990 - French Supertouring Champion


Maldonado, Pastor (YV)

b


2004 - Italian F.Renault (CRAM Competition): Champion.
2007 - GP2 (Trident Racing): 11th, 25 pts
2008 - GP2 (Piquet Sports): 5th, 60 pts, 1 win (R2 Spa)


Maldonaldo, Guillermo (RA)

b 29/10/1952


1983 - Codasur F2 Champion
1984 - Codasur F2 Champion
1985 - Codasur F2 Champion
1986 - Codasur F2 Champion


Mallock, Ray (GB)

b 12/4/1951


1975 - European F2 (March-Ford 742/75B): 26th, 1 pt (6th Zolder)
1977 - European F2 (Chevron-Hart B40): 12th, 6 pts (2nd Silverstone)


Malucelli, Matteo (I)

b


2007 - FIA GTs (BMS Scuderia Italia Porsche 911 GT3-RSR): 3rd GT2 class, 64 pts, with E.Collard


Mambelli, Paride (I)

b


1937 - Won Mille Miglia (Alfa Romeo 2900A) with C.Pintacuda


Manautou, Oscar (MEX)

b 9/9/1956


1988 - Mexican Formula K Champion


Mancini, Fabio (I)

b


1987 - Won Tourist Trophy (BMW M3) with E.Calderari


Manderson, James (AUS)

b


2002 - Australian F3 (BRM): Champion.


Manderville, Roger (USA)

b 22/9/1941


1981 - Sportscars (Mazda RX-3): 1 win (Daytona) with A.Johnson


Manning, Darren (GB)

b 30/4/1975


2000 - F3000 (Arden): 8th, 10 pts. Italian F3000: 6th, 14 pts.
2001 - F3000 (Arden): 11th, 9 pts (2nd Imola, 5th Magny-Cours, 6th Silverstone)
2002 - Indycar (Team St George (Coyne) Lola-Ford B2/00): 9th in one-off race at Rockingham
2004 - IRL (Chip Ganassi Racing G Force-Toyota): 11th, 323 pts
2005 - IRL (Chip Ganassi Racing Panoz-Toyota): 21st, 186 pts - was dropped before the end of the year.
2007 - IRL (AJ Foyt Racing Dallara-Honda): 13th, 332 pts
2008 - IndyCar Series (AJ Foyt Enterprises Dallara-Honda): 14th, 323 pts


Mannisenmaki, Risto (SF)

Co-driver to Tapio Laukkanen, who joined up with Tommi Makinen in 1998.

Mansell, Greg (GB)

b

Son of Nigel Mansell

2007 - British F3 (Fortec Motorsport Dallara-Mercedes Benz F307): 10th, 79 pts


Mansell, Leo (GB)

b


Son of Nigel Mansell

2007 - British F3 (Fortec Motorsport Dallara-Mercedes Benz F307): 17th, 2 pts


Mansilla, Enrique (RA)

b


1983 - European F2 (March-BMW 832): 19th, 2 pts (6th Jarama, Zolder)


Mantova, Gaudenzio (I)

b


1977 - European F2 (March-BMW 762): 14th, 4 pts (5th Pau, Enna)


Mantz, Johnny (USA)

b 18/9/1918 (Hebron, Indiana) - d 25/10/1972


1948 - Indycars (Kurtis-Offenhauser): 1 win (Milwaukee Race 2)


Marazzi, Roberto (I)

b


1976 - European F2 (Chevron-BMW B35): 10th, 5 pts (5th Hockenheim, 5th Rouen,
1978 - European F2 (March-BMW 782): 20th, 1 pt (7th Pau)
1980 - Sportscars (Osella-BMW PA8): 1 win (Vallelunga) with G.Francia


Marcelo, Jovy (Phil.)

b 21/7/1965 - d 15/5/1992 (Indianapolis, USA)


1991 - Toyota Atlantic: Champion
1992 - Killed in practice at Indianapolis


Marcis, Dave

b 1/3/1941


1970 - NASCAR: 7 top 5 finishes
1971 - NASCAR: 8 top 5 finishes
1972 - NASCAR: 5 top 5 finishes
1973 - NASCAR: 3 top 5 finishes
1974 - NASCAR: 6 top 5 finishes
1975 - NASCAR: 1 win
1976 - NASCAR: 3 wins
1977 - NASCAR: 5 top 5 finishes
1978 - NASCAR: 14 top 5 finishes
1979 - NASCAR: 1 top 5 finish
1980 - NASCAR: 4 top 5 finishes
1981 - NASCAR: 4 top 5 finishes
1982 - NASCAR: 1 win
1983 - NASCAR
1984 - NASCAR: 3 top 5 finishes
1985 - NASCAR
1986 - NASCAR: 1 top 5 finish
1987 - NASCAR: 2 top 5 finishes
1988 - NASCAR
1989 - NASCAR
1990 - NASCAR
1991 - NASCAR
1992 - NASCAR
1993 - NASCAR
1994 - NASCAR
1995 - NASCAR
1996 - NASCAR
1997 - NASCAR
1998 - NASCAR
1999 - NASCAR
2000 - NASCAR: 11 races, 46th, 723 pts


Marendaz, Captain Donald M K (GB)

b 1897 (Margam) - d 1988


Born in Wales to a Swiss family, he started as an apprentice to Siddeley-Deasy, before flying an Armstrong-Whitworth FK8 in No 35 Squadron during World War 1, being invalided out in 1918. He then entered the motor industry, joining TG John, Holley Bros and the Seelhaft, specialising in making gearboxes. When Seelhaft pulled out of producing a new car, Marendaz took over, changing the name to Marseel. He raced the car at Brooklands, but by 1925 the Marseel company folded, and the cars were then called Marendaz Specials. 
He set up a new company in Camberwell, building cars which had radiators looking suspiciously like those of Bentleys, but.  Bentley Motors decided that Marendaz was in such a bad financial position that they would not sue him. However, he continued to sell cars, while also racing at Brooklands in his own cars, and doing record-breaking runs in the cars of Graham-Paige, who shared the same premises as him. In 1932 he moved his company to Maidenhead, but by 1936 the company had again collapsed.
Marendaz himself stopped racing in 1931, so he sold cars to other people to race, and had his Secretary, Miss Dorothy Summers, race for him - she even won a 1936 Easter Short Handicap race at Brooklands.
Shortly before World War II, Marendaz ran a flying school at Bedford, and set up Marendaz Aircraft Ltd to build biplane aircraft. Unfortunately for Marendaz, he was a follower of Oswald Moseley and the British Fascist movement, and in 1940 he was arrested for security reasons and thrown in Brixton jail. The Sunday Express newspaper intervened on his behalf due to his record in World War I, and he was released a few days later.
In 1949, Marendaz left for South Africa, where he built diesel engines until his return to England in 1972. He bought a house in Asterby, Lincolnshire, and lived there until his death in 1988.


Maring, Ernst (D)

b


1975 - German F3: Champion


Marlin, Sterling (USA)

b 30/6/1957 (Franklin, Tennessee)


1976 - NASCAR: 1 race
1978 - NASCAR: 2 races
1979 - NASCAR: 1 race
1980 - Nashville Raceway Champion. NASCAR: 5 races.
1981 - Nashville Raceway Champion. NASCAR: 2 races
1982 - Nashville Raceway Champion. NASCAR: 1 race
1983 - NASCAR
1984 - NASCAR
1985 - NASCAR
1986 - NASCAR: 2 top 5 finishes
1987 - NASCAR: 4 top 5 finishes
1988 - NASCAR: 6 top 5 finishes
1989 - NASCAR: 4 top 5 finishes
1990 - NASCAR: 5 top 5 finishes
1991 - NASCAR: 7 top 5 finishes
1992 - NASCAR: 6 top 5 finishes
1993 - NASCAR: 1 top 5 finish
1994 - NASCAR: 1 win (Daytona 500).
1995 - NASCAR: 3 wins
1996 - NASCAR: 2 wins
1997 - NASCAR: 2 top 5 finishes
1998 - NASCAR: 
1999 - NASCAR: 2 top 5 finishes
2000 - NASCAR: 19th, 3363 pts, 1 top 5 finish
2001 - NASCAR (Ganassi Dodge Intrepid): 3rd, 4741 pts, 2 wins


Marshall, Gerald "Gerry" Dallas Royston (GB)

b 16/11/1941 - d 21/04/2005 (Silverstone)


British club racer who was won over 600 races.

1964 - Started racing in a Mini Cooper, winning at Snetterton
1971 - Won Ford Escort Mexico Championship
1972 - Forward Trust Special Saloon Car Championship (Vauxhall Firenza "Old Nail")
1973 - Forward Trust Special Saloon Car Championship (Vauxhall Firenza "Old Nail"): Class champion.
1975 - Tricentrol Supersaloon Championship (Vauxhall Firenza "Baby Bertha): Champion. Forward Trust Special Saloon Championship (Vauxhall Firenza "Baby Bertha): Champion.
1976 - Tricentrol Supersaloon Championship (Vauxhall Firenza "Baby Bertha): Champion. RAC Saloon Cars (Vauxhall Magnum): Group 1 Class champion.
1977 - Spa 24 Hrs (Vauxhall Magnum): 2nd, with P.Brock. Tricentrol Supersaloon Championship (Vauxhall Firenza "Baby Bertha")
1978 - ShellSport Derwent Television Production Saloons (Triumph Dolomite Sprint): Champion.
1979 - Rolled his Triumph Dolomite Sprint at the British GP support race, sustaining back injuries.
1980 - Lloyds & Scottish Sports Cars (Jaguar Lister): Champion. Monroe Production Saloon Cars (Ford Capri).
1981 - Lloyds & Scottish Sports Cars Champion. Monroe Production Saloon Cars (Ford Capri).
1982 - Lloyds & Scottish Sports Cars (Aston Martin DBR4): Champion. Monroe Production Saloon Cars (Ford Capri).
1983 - Monroe Production Saloon Cars (Ford Capri).
1990 - SKF Engineering Products Historic Car Championship (Aston Martin DBR4)
2002 - Awarded the Gold Medal by the BARC.
2005 - Suffered from a heart related disease when testing an ex-IROC Chevrolet Camaro at Silverstone on the 21st April. His car coasted to a halt at Luffield, and he couldn't be revived.


Marshall, Marcus (AUS)

b


2002 - Australian F.Ford (Van Diemen RF01): 3rd, 224 pts
2004 - British F3 (Fortec Motorsport Dallara-Opel F302): 17th, 24 pts, 1 win (R2 Silverstone).


Marshman, Bobby (USA)

b 1936 (Hatfield, Pennsylvania) - d 3/12/1964 (Phoenix)


1962 - Indycars (Meskowski-Offenhauser): 1 win (Phoenix)
1964 - Killed testing.


Martin, Eric (USA)

b - d 09/10/2002 (New Hampshire)


ARCA/RE/MAX Series driver who was killed during practice early afternoon at Lowes Motor Speedway. Martin was involved in a two car collision, and crashed backwards into the wall, stalling the car. One of the following cars, driven by Debra Renshaw, slammed into the drivers side door, causing massive internal injuries of which Martin died. The crash was controversial, as it supposedly occured at a part of the track where Martin's spotter, Bob Schact, who was on a truck roof, couldn't see. Martin had finished 16th overall in ARCA in 2001, and was survived by his wife Lt Tammy Martin (Navy) and two children.


Martin, Jean-Michel (B)

b 19/6/1953


1979 - Belgian Touring Car Champion. Won Spa 24 Hrs (Ford Capri) with P.Martin.
1980 - Belgian Touring Car Champion. Won Spa 24 Hrs (Ford Capri) with P.Martin.
1986 - Belgian Touring Car Champion
1987 - Won Spa 24 Hrs (BMW M3) with E.van de Poele & D.Theys.
1989 - Belgian Touring Car Champion
1990 - Belgian Touring Car Champion
1992 - Won Spa 24 Hrs (BMW M3) with S.Soper & C.Danner.


Martin, Mark (USA)

b 9/1/1959 (Batesville, Arkansas)


1981 - NASCAR: 5 races, 1 top 5 finish
1982 - NASCAR: 2 top 5 finishes
1983 - NASCAR: 1 top 5 finish
1986 - NASCAR: 5 races
1987 - NASCAR: 1 race
1988 - NASCAR: 3 top 5 finishes
1989 - NASCAR: 1 win
1990 - NASCAR: 3 wins
1991 - NASCAR: 1 win
1992 - NASCAR: 2 wins
1993 - NASCAR: 5 wins
1994 - NASCAR: 2 wins. IROC Champion.
1995 - NASCAR: 4 wins
1996 - NASCAR: 14 top 5 finishes
1997 - NASCAR: 4 wins
1998 - NASCAR: 7 wins
1999 - NASCAR: 2 wins
2000 - IROC, 2nd, 71 pts. NASCAR (Roush Ford): 8th, 4410 pts, 1 win
2002 - NASCAR (Ford): 2nd, 4762 pts
2003 - IROC: 2nd, 58 pts
2005 - IROC: Champion. NASCAR (Ford): 4th, 6428 pts, 1 win
2006 - NASCAR (Ford): 9th, 6168 pts


Märtin, Markko (EST)

b 10/11/1975


2000 - World Rally Championship (Toyota Corolla WRC)
2001 - World Rally Championship (Subaru Impreza): 19th, 3 pts
2002 - World Rally Championship (Ford Focus RS WRC02): 9th, 20 pts, with M.Park. 2nd on Rally GB.
2003 - World Rally Championship (Ford Focus RS WRC03): 5th, 49 pts, with M.Park, 2 wins (Acropolis, Finland)
2004 - World Rally Championship (Ford Focus RS WRC04): 3rd, 79 pts, with M.Park, 3 wins (Catalunya, Mexico, Corsica)
2005 - World Rally Championship (Peugeot 307 WRC): 5th, 53 pts. Withdrew from the championship after Rally GB, after being involved in a crash which killed his co-driver M.Park.


Martin, Philippe (B)

b


1979 - Won Spa 24 Hrs (Ford Capri) with J-M.Martin.
1980 - Won Spa 24 Hrs (Ford Capri) with J-M.Martin.


Martin, Spencer (AUS)

b


1966 - Australian Gold Star Champion
1967 - Australian Gold Star Champion


Martin, Tony (ZA)

b


1980 - South African Drivers' Champion
1984 - Won Daytona 24 Hrs (March-Porsche 83G) with S.van der Merwe & G.Duxbury


Martinez, David (USA)

b


2006 - Champ Car Atlantic Series (US RaceTronics): 5th, 179 pts. Champ Cars (Forsythe Racing): 22nd, 13 pts (9th in one off race in Mexico City).
2007 - Champ Cars (Forsythe Racing): 20th, 18 pts


Martinez, Gerardo (MEX)

b 10/10/1947


1987 - Mexican Formula K Champion
1989 - Mexican Formula K Champion


Martinez, Marcos ()

b


2007 - GP2 (Racing Engineering): 22nd, 5 pts


Martini, Giancarlo (I)

b 16/8/1947 (Lavezzola)


Uncle of Pierluigi

1974 - European F2 (March-BMW 742): 16th, 2 pts (5th Mugello)
1975 - European F2 (March-BMW 752): 15th, 8 pts (6th Estoril, 3rd Thruxton, 6th Silverstone, 5th Vallelunga)
1976 - European F2 (March-BMW 762): 7th, 12 pts (5th Pau, 6th Hockenheim, 3rd Rouen, 5th Mugello)


Martini, Mauro (I)

b 17/5/1964


1992 - Japanese F3000: Champion


Marvin, Dan (USA)

b 13/8/1952


1984 - North American Formula Atlantic Champion


Marzotto, Giannino (I)

b


1950 - Won Mille Miglia (Ferrari 195S) with M.Crosara
1953 - Won Mille Miglia (Ferrari 340MM) with M.Crosara


Marzotto, Vittorio (I)

b


1952 - Won Monaco GP (Ferrari 225MM)


Masetti, Giulio (I)

b 1895 (Florence) - d 25/4/1926 (Madonie Circuit)


1921 - Won Targa Florio (Fiat 451)
1922 - Won Targa Florio (Mercedes GP/14)
1926 - Killed on Targa Florio


Masini, Tobia (I)

b


2000 - British National Saloon Cars (Mardi Gras Honda Integra R): 3rd, 134 pts, 3 wins.:


Maslov, Viktor (RUS)

b 16/1/1976 (Surgut)


1996 - Begins racing karts in France. 5 races in French karting championship.
1997 - Russian F3: 1 win, 2nd in Rothmans-ASPAS Cup.
1998 - Russian F3: 2nd, 2 wins, 1 pole. Italian F3.
1999 - F3000 (Team Lukoil Arden): 11 DNQ. Italian F3000 (Team Lukoil Arden): 18th, 1 pt.
2000 - F3000 (Arden Team Russia): 5 DNQ, 5 races, 3 ret (18th Barcelona, 15th Hockenheim). Italian F3000 (Arden Team Russia): 0 pts.
2001 - F3000 (Arden Team Russia): 0 pts (12  races, 2 retirements, 10th Imola & Monaco).

N.B. ASPAS - ASsotsiatsia Proizvoditeley Avtomobiley dlya Sporta (Racing Cars Producers Association).


Mason, Jesse (USA)

b


2004 - Infiniti Pro Series (Brian Stewart Racing): 6th, 283 pts


Massarotto, Marco (F)

b (Corsica) - d 23/9/2000 


2000 - Killed on the Rallye du l'Yonne when his Citi Sport Subaru Impreza slid off into an electricity pole after a jump. He knocked the pole down, killing himself and four spectators (including a child). Five people were injured, including the co-driver.


Masser, Paul (AUS)

b 1953 - d 19/04/2003 (Gilgandra)


Masser was competing in the Australian Compact Speedcar Championship, and was racing in the B-main event, when he collided with another car at Gilgandra Speedway. Masser was thrown out of the car as it gyrated down the track, and was struck by another car. Despite prompt attention by medical staff at both the track and Gilgandra Hospital, Masser died from chest injuries. The car's harness was in new condition with the latest Velcro lever retainer but it was undone when the car came to rest. Either the retainer wasn't properly locked or it was knocked open by Masser's arm or arm restraint strap during the car's gyrations. The meeting was abandoned after the fatality. 


Mast, Rick (USA)

b 4/3/1957


1988 - NASCAR: 2 races
1989 - NASCAR: 13 races
1990 - NASCAR
1991 - NASCAR: 1 top 5 finish
1992 - NASCAR
1993 - NASCAR: 1 top 5 finish
1994 - NASCAR: 4 top 5 finishes
1995 - NASCAR
1996 - NASCAR: 1 top 5 finish
1997 - NASCAR
1998 - NASCAR
1999 - NASCAR
2000 - NASCAR: 33rd, 2366 pts


Materassi, Emilio (I)

b 1898 (Florence) - d 9/9/1928 (Monza)


1927 - Won the Tripoli, and San Sebastian GPs, and the Targa Florio (Bugatti T35C).


Matich, Frank (AUS)

b 1935 (Sydney)


1970 - Tasman Series: 2 wins (New Zealand GP, Lady Wigram Trophy). Won Australian GP.
1971 - Tasman Series: 1 win (Surfers' Paradise). Won Australian GP.
1972 - Australian Gold Star Champion. Tasman Series: 1 win (Warwick Farm)
1973 - Tasman Series: 1 win (Surfers' Paradise)


Matos, Raphael (BRZ)

b 28/08/1981


1996-2000 - Won several kart races and titles in Brazil
2001 - Brazilian F.Chevrolet Junior: Champion
2002 - Skip Barber Midwest Series: 2nd, Rookie of the Year
2003 - Formula Dodge National Champion
2004 - Star Mazda Series: 7th
2005 - Star Mazda Series: Champion
2006 - Champ Car Atlantic Series (Sierra Sierra Enterprises): 4th, 205 pts, 1 win. 2 wins in Infiniti Pro Series part-season.
2007 - Champ Car Atlantic Series (Sierra Sierra Enterprises): Champion, 341 pts
2008 - IndyLights (AFS Racing Inc): Champion, 510 pts


Matson, Joe (USA)

b


1909 - Indycars (Chalmers-Detroit): 1 win (Crown Point Race 1)


Matsuda, Tsugio (J)

b


2000 - F.Nippon (Reynard-Mugen Honda 99L): 4th, 28 pts
2002 - F.Nippon (Reynard-Mugen Honda 01L): 5th, 19 pts
2003 - F.Nippon (Cosmo Oil Ceruma Lola-Mugen Honda B351): 11th, 7 pts
2004 - F.Nippon (Cosmo Oil Ceruma Lola-Mugen Honda B351): J9th, 7 pts
2006 - F.Nippon (mobilecast Impul Lola-Toyota FN04): 2nd, 37 pts
2007 - F.Nippon (mobilecast Impul): Champion, 46 pts, 0 wins.
2008 - F.Nippon (Lawson Impul): Champion, 93.5 pts, 4 wins


Matsumoto, Keiji (J)

b 26/12/1949 (Kyoto)


1979 - Japanese F2: Champion


Matsushita, Hiro (J)

b 14/3/1961 (Kobe)


1989 - North American (Western Division) F.Atlantic Champion
            Indycars


Matsuura, Kousuke (J)

b 4/9/1979


2000 - Japanese Formula Dream: Champion
2002 - German F3 (Prema Powerteam Dallara-Opel F302): 2nd, 55 pts. Macau F3 GP: retired. Korea F3 Super Prix: 3rd.
2003 - F.Renault V6 Eurocup: 4th, 3 wins
2004 - IRL (Super Aguri Fernandez G Force-Honda): 14th, 280 pts
2005 - IRL (Super Aguri Fernandez Panoz-Honda): 14th, 320 pts
2006 - IRL (Super Aguri Fernandez Dallara-Honda): 13th, 273 pts


Mattsson, Sven (S)

b


1964 - Swedish F3: Champion


Mauricio, Ricardo (BRZ)

b


2000 - F3000 (Red Bull Jr): J17th, 4 pts
2001 - F3000 (Red Bull Jr): 8th, 14 pts (2nd Hungaroring, 3rd Spa, 5th Nurburgring, 6th Monaco & Monza)
2002 - F3000 (Red Bull Jr): 11th, 9 pts (3rd Interlagos, 4th Barcelona, 5th Spa)
2003 - Spanish F3 (Racing Engineering Dallara F300 Toyota): Champion, 192 pts


Maw, Tony (MAL)

b


1967 - Won Macau GP


Mayfield, Jeremy (USA)

b 27/5/1969


1993 - NASCAR: 1 race
1994 - NASCAR
1995 - NASCAR
1996 - NASCAR: 2 top 5 finishes
1997 - NASCAR: 3 top 5 finishes
1998 - NASCAR: 1 win
1999 - NASCAR: 5 top 5 finishes
2000 - NASCAR: 24th, 3156 pts, 2 wins
2005 - NASCAR (Dodge): 9th, 6073 pts


Mays, Raymond (GB)

b - d 06/01/1980


The man behind ERA (English Racing Automobiles). One of Britain's lead racing drivers in the 1930s, he wanted to race a British car. So, in 1934, he started building cars next to his home in Bourne, Lincolnshire through until 1939.


Mays, Rex (USA)

b 1913 - d 6/11/1949 (Del Mar, California)


1936 - Indycars (Stevens/Summers-Sparks): 1 win (Goshen)
1940 - Indycars (Stevens-Winfield): Champion, 2 wins (Springfield, Syracuse)
1941 - Indycars (Stevens-Winfield): Champion, 2 wins (Milwaukee, Syracuse)
1946 - Indycars (Stevens-Winfield): 3 wins (Langhorne, Indiana State Fairgrounds, Milwaukee)


McCluskey, Roger (USA)

b 24/8/1930 (Texas) - d 29/8/1993 (Indianapolis)


1966 - Indycars (Eagle-Ford 66): 1 win (Langhorne Race 2)
1968 - Indycars (Meskowski-Offenhauser): 1 win (Springfield)
1972 - Indycars (McLaren-Offenhauser M16B): 1 win (California 500)
1973 - Indycars (McLaren-Offenhauser M16B): Champion, 1 win (Michigan)
1979 - Indycars (Lola-Cosworth T500B): 1 win (Milwaukee)


McColl, Stewart (AUS)

b 1980 (Newcastle, NSW) - d 09/09/2003 (Phillip Island)


2000 - Australian FF1600, J4th, 132 pts
2001 - F.Holden
2003 - F.Holden
2003 - Crashed his VW Golf at Phillip Island, killing the driver. It was suggested the the throttle jammed open, leading to the driver going head on into the ture barrier at the Honda hairpin.


McConnell, Dave (CDN)

b


1973 - European F2 (Surtees-Ford TS15): 13th, 6 pts (3rd Mallory Park)


McCormack, John (AUS)

b


1973 - Australian Gold Star Champion. Tasman Cup: 2 wins (New Zealand GP, Adelaide)
1974 - Tasman Cup: 1 win (New Zealand GP)
1975 - Australian Gold Star Champion
1977 - Australian Gold Star Champion


McCune, Sarah (USA)

b (Toledo, OH)


1991 - Quarter Midgets: National champion
1996 - Midgets: 23 wins. Invited to attend Lyn St.James driving school.
1997 - North American Midget Auto Racing Series: 2nd, 2 wins. Ohio State Midget Nationals Champion.
1998 - USAC National Midget Series: 12th.
2005 - Infiniti Pro Seris


McDonough, Robert (USA)

b - d 10/12/1945


1925 - Indycars (Miller): 2 wins (Altoona Race 2, Laurel Race 2)


McElreath, Jim (USA)

b 18/2/1928 (Arlington, Texas)


1965 - Indycars (Brabham-Offenhauser): 3 wins (Trenton Race 1, Langhorne Races 1 & 2)
1966 - Indycars (Brabham-Ford): 1 win (Phoenix Race 1)
1970 - Indycars (Coyote-Ford): 1 win (California 500)


McFadyen, Neil (AUS)

b


2002 - Australian F.Ford (Van Diemen RF94): 4th, 150 pts


McFarlin, Rob (USA)

b


1979 - Won Sebring 12 Hrs (Porsche 935) with B.Akin & R.Woods


McGarrity, Kevin (GB)

b


1995 - FF1800 Festival Champion (Van Diemen RF95)
2000 - F3000 (Nordic), J19th, 3 pts


McGovern, Bill (GB)

b


1970 - British Touring Car Champion
1971 - British Touring Car Champion
1972 - British Touring Car Champion


McGrath, Jack (USA)

b 8/10/1919 (Los Angeles) - d 6/11/1955 (Phoenix)


1950 - Indycars (Kurtis-Offenhauser KK3000): 2 wins (Langhorne, Syracuse)
1952 - Indycars (Kurtis-Offenhauser KK4000): 1 win (Syracuse)
1953 - Indycars (Kurtis-Offenhauser KK4000): 1 win (Milwaukee Race 1)


McHugh, Michael Montgomery (NZ)

b 1988 - d 07/09/2003 (Pukekohe)


Killed in a Formula Ford race at Pukekohe, when he came into contact with another car, and then hit a crash barrier head on.


McIntosh, Sean (CDN)

b


2005 - UK F.Renault (Team Firstair): 2nd, 417 pts


McKay, Dave (AUS)

b


1960 - Australian Touring Car Champion


McKenna, Gerard (EIRE)

b 1980 - d 21/06/2002


Young marshal who was killed on the Donegal International Rally when the Citroen Saxo of Seamus Gallagher left the road, hitting two marshals and a photographer. The two marshals were pronounced dead at the scene.


McKenzie, Daniel (GB)

b 24/10/1988 (Reading)


2006 - British F.BMW: 21st


McLeod, Peter (AUS)

b


1987 - Bathurst 1000


McLeod, Ryan (AUS)

b


2000 - Australian V8 Lites (Holden), 4th, 157 pts


McMillen, Dave (NZ)

b 5/5/1944


1980 - New Zealand International Champion
1982 - North American F.Atlantic Champion


McMillian, Eaton (USA)

b


1909 - Indycars (Colburn): 1 win (Denver)


McNicol, John (ZA)

b 1943 - d 31/07/2001 (near Johannesburg, ZA)


1969 - South African Drivers Championship (Lola T142): 2nd
1972 - South African Drivers Championship: 4th
1973 - South African F1 (Scuderia Scribante March 721)
       Natal Winter Trophy, Roy Hesketh: 3rd
       Rand Winter Trophy, Kyalami: 4 th
       False Bay "100", Killarney: Retired 
       Rand Spring Trophy, Kyalami: 3rd
       Goldfields "100", Welkom: 1st
1974 - South African F1 (Scuderia Scribante March 721)
       Cape South Easter Trophy, Killarney: 2nd
       South African Republic Festival, Kyalami: 5th
       Brandkop Winter Trophy, Brandkop: 5th
2001 - Murdered by intruders at his smallholding near Johannesburg.


McPhee, Bruce (AUS)

b


1968 - Won Bathurst 1000.


McQueen, Steve (USA)

b - d


1970 - Finished 2nd in the 12 Hours of Sebring (Porsche 908, with Peter Revson)
1971 - Stared in motor racing film "Le Mans", which was produced by McQueen's company, Solar Productions.


McRae, Alister (GB)

b 20/12/1970

1995 - British Rally Champion (Nissan Sunny GTi), 124 points, 2 wins (Vauxhall Rally of Wales, Ulster Rally) 
1996 - British Rally Championship (VW Golf). Also entered some British rallies in a Ford Escort Cosworth. 
1997 - British Rally Championship (VW Golf). Won Rally GB, but excluded for technical infringement. Won F2 class on Portuguese Rally.
1998 - British Rally Championship (VW Golf). Entered Catalunya and Corsica Rallies for Hyundai Coupe (F2 class). Drove Rally GB (Subaru Impreza), crashed out of 2nd on last morning. 
1999 - World Rally Championship (Hyundai Coupe F2 class), co-driven by David Senior. 
2000 - World Rally Championship (Hyundai Coupe WRC)
2001 - World Rally Championship (Hyundai Accent WRC): 17th, 4 pts, with David Senior.
2002 - World Rally Championship (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo WRC): 15th, 2 pts

McRae, Colin (GB)

 b 05/08/1968 - d 15/09/2007

Made his WRC debut in 1987. Won the British Rally Championship in a Subaru Legacy, before joining the works Subaru team for the WRC. Won the 1995 Championship for Subaru, but joined the works Ford team in 1999 for a record £6 million, and finished 6th (23 pts), winning Safari and Portuguese rallies. Co-driven by Nicky Grist since 1998(?). 
1985 - Won the West of Scotland Rally Championship.
1991 - Signed by Subaru. 
1992 - 1000 Lakes Rally (Subaru Legacy RS) - 8 
1995 - World Rally Champion, 90 points. Won New Zealand and RAC Rallies. Would have won Catalunya Rally, but checked in to final time control late so teammate Sainz could win on team orders.
2000 - World Rally Championship (Ford Focus WRC): 4th, 43 pts, with Nicky Grist. 2 wins (Catalunya, Acropolis). Had large accident in Corsica, breaking cheek bone
2001 - World Rally Championship (Ford Focus WRC01): 2nd, 42 pts, with Nicky Grist. 3 wins (Argentina, Cyprus, Acropolis).
2002 - World Rally Championship (Ford Focus RS WRC02): 4th, 35 pts, 2 wins (Acropolis & Safari), with Nicky Grist & Derek Ringer.
2003 - World Rally Championship (Citroën Xsara WRC): 7th, 45 pts
2007 - Killed in a helicopter accident which also claimed the life of his son Johnny.

Meagher, Frank (EIRE)

b 1962 - d 10/3/2002 (Cloneen)


A garage owner, he first won the Irish National Rally Championship in a Mk 2 Ford Escort in 1985. He won the Irish Tarmac Championship in a Ford Escort Cosworth in 1995. He was killed while testing his Ford Sierra Cosworth - the car rolled onto its roof, and slide sideways into a tree, the impact breaking his neck. His co-driver was unhurt. He was survived by his wife Theresa and four children.


Mears, Casey (USA)

b 12/3/1978 (Bakersfield, California)

Nephew of Rick Mears, son of Roger Mears.
 

1991 - Karting, winning Riverside International Raceway event.
1992 - Attended Bondurant Driving school. Raced in off-road SuperLite Series.
1993  - Jim Russell Pro Series: 3 wins. Raced in SuperLite Series.
1994 - Jim Russell Pro Series: 3rd, 2 wins. SuperLite Series: 2nd.
1995 - Jim Russell USAC Triple Crown Championship: Champion. SuperLite Series: 1 win.
1996 - Indylights (Team Medlin): entered one race at Cleveland, finishing 9th. SuperLite Series: 3 wins
1997 - Indylights (Team Mears): 23rd, 9 pts.
1998 - Indylights (Team Mears): 17th, 33 pts. Only entered 8 races due to budget problems, finishing 3rd at Nazareth.
1999 - Indylights (Dorricott Racing): 2nd, 116 pts. Finished 2nd at Milwaukee & Michigan, and completed every race lap of the season. Won Spirit of Mario Andretti Award.
2000 - Indycar (Team Rahal Reynard-Ford 2KI): finished 4th in one and only race at Fontana.
2001 - Indycar (Mo Nunn Racing Reynard-Honda 01I): J27th, 7 pts (raced in last four events)


Mears, Rick Ravon (USA)

b 3/12/1951 (Wichita, Kansas)


1978 - Indycars: 3 wins (Milwaukee, Atlanta, Brands Hatch)
1979 - Indycars: Champion (CART series), 3 wins (Indy 500, Trenton Race 3, Atlanta)
1980 - Indycars: 1 win (Mexico City)
1981 - Indycars: Champion, 6 wins (Atlanta Race 1 & 2, Riverside, Michigan, Watkins Glen, Mexico City)
1982 - Indycars: Champion, 4 wins (Phoenix, Atlanta, Pocono, Riverside)
1983 - Indycars: 1 win (Michigan)
1984 - Indycars: 1 win (Indy 500)
1985 - Indycars: 1 win (Pocono)
1987 - Indycars: 1 win (Pocono)
1988 - Indycars: 2 wins (Indy 500, Milwaukee)
1989 - Indycars: 3 wins (Phoenix, Milwaukee, Laguna Seca)
1990 - Indycars: 1 win (Phoenix). Also won Marlboro Challenge.
1991 - Indycars: 2 wins (Indy 500, Michigan)


Medeiros, Thiago (BRZ)

b


2003 - Infiniti Pro Series: 4th, 371 pts
2004 - Infiniti Pro Series (Sam Schmidt Motorsports): Champion, 513 pts


Mediani, Maurizio (I)

b


2000 - Russian F3 (Dallara F399): 2nd, 106 pts
2001 - Russian F3 (Art Line Engineering Dallara-Fiat F399): Champion, 134 pts
2002 - Russian F3 (Dallara-Fiat F399): 3rd, 55 pts.


Meira, Vitor (BRZ)

b 27/03/1977


2001 - Euro F3000: 5th, 16 pts
2002 - IRL (Team Menard Dallara-Chevrolet): 25th, 96 pts - raced only the last few races.
2004 - IRL (Rahal Letterman Racing G Force-Honda): 8th, 376 pts (missed first two races)
2005 - IRL (Rahal Letterman Racing Panoz-Honda): 7th, 422 pts
2006 - IRL (Panther Racing Dallara-Honda): 5th, 411 pts
2007 - IRL (Panther Racing Dallara-Honda): 12th, 334 pts
2008 - IndyCar Series (Vision Racing Dallara-Honda): 13th, 324 pts


Melis, Julien (F)

b


2000 - French F.Ford (Mygale SJ00): 2nd, 135 pts
2001 - French F.Renault: 6th, 76 pts


Melkus, Heinz (D)

b 20/04/1928 (Dresden) - d 05/09/2005

Built and raced a series of single seater and road going sports cars between 1959 and 1986, winning the Cup of Peace and Friendship (Cup for Socialist Countries) in 1963, 1965, 1966 and 1967.

Melo Jr, Jaime (BRZ)

b 24/04/1980


2000 - F3000 (Petrobras Jr): J11th, 6 pts
2001 - F3000 (Durango): J12th, 8 pts (2nd Interlagos, 5th A1-Ring)
2002 - European F3000 (Great Wall Racing): Champion, 49 pts, 3 wins (Brno, Dijon, Jerez)
2006 - FIA GT Championship (AF Corse Ferrari 430): GT1 Class Champion, 79 pts
2007 - ALMS (Risi Competizione Ferrari 430GT): GT2 Class Champion, 202 pts, with M.Salo.


Mendez, Charles (USA)

b


1978 - Won Sebring 12 Hrs (Porsche 935) with B.Redman & B.Garretson


Menninga, Chris (USA)

b 21/10/1974 (Austin, Texas)


1983 - Karting
1994 - Skip Barber Racing School
1995 - Barber Dodge Pro Series: 9th
1996 - Barber Dodge Pro Series: 9th. Raced Formula Renault at Donington, finishing 8th.
1997 - Barber Dodge Pro Series: 1 win (Laguna Seca)
1998 - Tested for Indy Lights team Conquest Racing.
1999 - Indylights (Conquest Racing): 14th, 47 pts (6th Nazareth, Laguna Seca)
2000 - Indylights (Conquest Racing): 9th, 61 pts


Menu, Alain (CH)

b 9/8/1963 (Geneva)


1991 - F3000: 16th, 2 pts (6th Vallelunga, 6th Pau)
1992 - British Touring Cars (BMW)
1993 - British Touring Cars (Renault 19)
1994 - British Touring Cars (Renault 19): 2nd
1995 - British Touring Cars (Renault), 2nd
1996 - British Touring Cars (Renault), 2nd
1997 - British Touring Cars (Renault Laguna), Champion
1998 - British Touring Cars (Renault Laguna): 4th
1999 - British Touring Cars (Ford Mondeo)
2000 - British Touring Cars (Ford Mondeo): Champion, 195 pts
2001 - DTM (Opel Astra): 0 pts
2002 - DTM (Opel Euroteam Opel Astra): 10th, 7 pts
2003 - DTM (Opel Team Holzer): 9th, 9 pts
2007 - FIA World Touring Cars (RML Chevrolet Lacetti): 6th, 69 pts


Meregalli, Guido (I)

b 1894 - d 1959


1920 - Won Targa Florio (Nazzaro GP)


Merl, Volkert (D)

b


1979 - Sportscars (Porsche 908/4): 2 wins (Dijon, Brands Hatch) with R.Joest, & M.Ketterer (only for Dijon)
1980 - Sportscars (Porsche 935): 1 win (Daytona 24 Hrs) with R.Stommelen & R.Joest.


Merwe, Alan van der (ZA)

b 31/01/1981

2001 - Won F.Ford Festival at Brands Hatch (Haywood Racing Mygale SJ2001). British F.Ford (Haywood Racing): 3rd, 226 pts
2002 - British F3 (Carlin Motorsport Dallara-Mugen Honda F302): 8th, 98 pts, 1 win. Macau F3 GP: retired. Korea F3 Super Prix: 20th.
2003 - Marlboro Masters of F3 (Carlin Motorsport Dallara-Mugen Honda F302): 8th. British F3 (Carlin Motorsport Dallara-Mugen Honda F302): Champion, 308 pts
2004 - F3000 (Super Nova Racing Ltd): 14th, 2 pts

Merwe, Sarel van der (ZA)

b 5/12/1946 (Port Elizabeth)


1984 - Won Daytona 24 Hrs (March-Porsche 83G) with T.Martin & G.Duxbury


Merz, Charles (USA)

b - d 8/7/1952


1911 - Indycars (National): 2 wins (Oakland Race 2, Santa Monica Race 2)
1912 - Indycars (Stutz): 1 win (Elgin Race 2)


Merz, Otto (D)

b 1889 (Cannstadt) - d 19/5/1933 (Avus)


1927 - Won German GP (Mercedes S)
1933 - Killed in the Avusrennen


Metcalfe, Dave (GB)

b 05/05/1957 (Orton, nr Kendall) - d 17/12/1992

1983 - BTRDA class champion
1985 - British Open Rally Championship: 2nd Group A
1986 - British Open Rally Championship: 2nd Group A
1987 - British Open Rally Championship: class winner
1992 - Killed in a car crash

Metcalfe, Jeremy (GB)

b 1988


1996-2002 - Cadet and ICA karting
2003-2004 - Formula A Karting
2005 - UK F.Renault: 24th, 3rd in Graduate Cup. UK F.Renault Winter Series: 1 win.
2006 - UK F.Renault: 5th.


Metge, René (F)

b 23/10/1941 (Montrouge)


1982 - French Supertouring Champion
1983 - Won Tourist Trophy (Rover Vitesse) with S.Soper


Mevius, Gregoire de (B)

b 16/8/1962


1995 - 3rd British Rally Championship (Nissan Sunny GTi), 100 points, 1 win (Pirelli International Rally)


Meyer, Louis (USA)

b 1904


1928 - Indycars (Miller): Champion, 2 wins (Indy 500, Altoona)
1929 - Indycars (Miller): Champion, 2 wins (Altoona Races 1 & 2)
1931 - Indycars (Stevens-Miller): 1 win (Detroit)
1933 - Indycars (Miller): Champion, 1 win (Indy 500)
1935 - Indycars (Stevens-Miller): 1 win (Altoona)
1936 - Indycars (Stevens-Miller): 1 win (Indy 500)


Mezera, Tomas (AUS)

b 5/11/1958 (CZ)


Emigrated to Australia.

1988 - Won Bathurst 1000.


Miaskiewicz, Rick (USA)

b 22/3/1953


1985 - Can-Am: Champion


Michael, Sam (GB)

b


Former data acquisition engineer at Lotus and Jordan. Chief Operations Engineer at Williams for 2001.


Michigami, Ryo (J)

b


2000 - All-Japan GT Championship (Honda NSX): Champion, 69 pts
2002 - F.Nippon (Reynard-Mugen Honda 01L): 6th, 17 pts
2003 - F.Nippon (Lola-Mugen Honda B351): 9th, 13 pts
2004 - F.Nippon (Yellow Hat Kondo Lola-Mugen Honda B351): J9th, 7 pts


Mikkola, Hannu (SF)

b 24/5/1942

1972 - Won Safari Rally 
1983 - World Rally Champion (Audi Quattro).

Mikola, Ananda (RI)

b


2000 - F3000 (WRT): 0 pts
2001 - F3000 (Astromega): 0 pts (entered only first three races)


Mildren, Alec (AUS)

b


1960 - Australian Gold Star Champion. Won Australian GP.


Miles, Ken (USA)

b 1/11/1918 (Sutton Coldfield, GB) - d 17/8/1966 (Riverside)


1965 - Sportscars (Ford GT40): 1 win (Daytona) with L.Ruby.
1966 - Sportscars: Won Daytona 24 Hrs (Ford GT40 Mk2) with L.Ruby. Won Sebring 12 Hrs (Ford GTX1) with L.Ruby.


Millen, Steve (NZ)

b 17/2/1953


1994 - Won Daytona 24 Hrs (Nissan 300ZX) with S.Pruett, P.Gentilozzi & B.Leitzinger. Won Sebring 12 Hrs (Nissan 300ZX) with J.O'Connell & J.Morton.


Miller, Eddie (USA)

b


1975 - SCCA Super Vee Champion


Miller, Harry (USA)

b 1875 (Wisconsin) - d 1943


Harry left school at the age of 14 to work as a machinist. By the late 1920s, Harry Miller's 1.5 litre (91 cubic inch), 8-cylinder supercharged engine was dominating American racing, and three-quarters of the cars in the 1926 Indy 500 were built by Miller. However, in 1933 Miller filed for bankruptcy, and his house and ranch were sold to cover the debts. He died of a heart attack in 1943.


Miller, Tim (GB)

b 1941 - d ??/09/2000


Started rallying in the 1960s with a Mini, Tim started circuit racing in 1992 with a Hyperion Motorsport Caterham. He continued to compete in rallies, gaining a class win on the 1999 Rally GB with a Group A Nissan Micra. Tim unfortunately crashed at Oulton Park on the 2nd September, later succumbing to his injuries.


Milner, Tom (USA)

b 28/01/1986 (Washington DC)


2002-2003 - Karting (KRC SuperCup). One Panoz GT Pro-Series Cup.
2004 - USA F.BMW (PTG): 8th. Grand-Am GT (PTG BMW): 1 win
2005 - American Le Mans Series (Multimatic Panoz)
2006 - American Le Mans Series (Rahal Porsche)


Milton, Tommy (USA)

b 1893 (St.Paul, Minnesota) - d 11/7/1962


1917 - Indycars (Duesenberg): 2 wins (Providence Races 2 & 3)
1918 - Indycars (Duesenberg): 1 win (Uniontown Race 1)
1919 - Indycars (Duesenberg): 5 wins (Uniontown Races 1, 2 & 6, Sheepshead Race 1, Elgin)
1920 - Indycars (Duesenberg): AAA Revised Champion, 4 wins (Beverly Hills Race 4, Uniontown Races 1 & 2, Tacoma)
1921 - Indycars: Champion, 3 wins (Beverly Hills Race 4 (Durant-Duesenberg), Indy 500 (Frontenac), Tacoma (Durant-Miller))
1922 - Indycars: 4 wins (Beverly Hills Races 1, 3 & 6 (all in Durant-Miller), Kansas City (Miller))
1923 - Indycars (Miller): 1 win (Indy 500) with H.Wilcox
1924 - Indycars (Miller): 1 win (Charlotte)
1925 - Indycars: 2 wins (Culver City Race 1 (Miller), Charlotte Race 2 (Duesenberg))


Minassian, Nicolas (F)

b 28/2/1973 (Marseille)


1995 - French F3, 111 points, 2nd
2000 - F3000 (Super Nova), 2nd, 45 pts, 3 wins (Imola, Magny-Cours, A1-Ring)
2001 - Indycars (Chip Ganassi Racing Lola-Toyota B1/00): J27th, 7 pts - dropped after 6 rounds.
2002 - ASCAR (Ray Mallock Ltd): Champion.
2004 - Le Mans Endurance Series (Creation Autosportif DBA-Zytek 03S): J7th, 12 pts
2006 - Le Mans Series (Creation Autosportif Creation-Judd CA06/H): 2nd, 22 pts
2008 - Le Mans Series (Peugeot 908 Hdi-FAP): 2nd, 32 pts, with M.Gene.


Minoia, Ferdinando (I)

b 2/6/1884 - d 28/6/1940


1927 - Won Mille Miglia (OM) with G.Morandi


Moffat, Allan (AUS)

b 10/11/1939


Emigrated from Canada

1970 - Won Bathurst 1000.
1971 - Won Bathurst 1000.
1973 - Australian Touring Car Champion. Won Bathurst 1000.
1975 - Won Sebring 12 Hrs (BMW 3.0 CSL) with B.Redman, S.Posey & H-J.Stuck
1976 - Australian Touring Car Champion
1977 - Australian Touring Car Champion. Won Bathurst 1000.
1983 - Australian Touring Car Champion


Mogi, Kazuo (J)

b 2/2/1953


1985 - Japanese Touring Car Champion, with N.Nagasaka


Molenaar, Donald (NL)

b


2002 - Dutch Touring Cars (BMW 320): 3rd, 217 pts


Molina, Miguel (E)

b


2007 - Renault World Series (Pons Racing): 7th, 66 pts
2008 - Formula Renault 3.5 (Prema Powerteam): 4th, 79 pts


Moll, Guy (Algeria)

b 1910 - d 15/8/1934 (Pescara)


1932 - Made racing debut ina race in Algiers, in a Lorraine-Dietrich. Entered in Oran and Casablanca Grand Prix by Marcel Lehoux (Bugatti T35C), retired mechanical trouble in both. 3rd in Marseilles GP (Lehoux Bugatti T51)..
1933 - 2nd Pau Grand Prix (Lehoux Bugatti T51). 3rd Nimes GP (Alfa Romeo Monza). DSQ Marnes GP. 2nd Monza GP.
1934 - Won Monaco GP (Ferrari entered Alfa Romeo Tipo-B P3). 2nd Tripoli GP. Won Avusrennen. 3rd in French GP, taking over Trossi's car. 2nd Coppa Ciano. Killed on the Coppa Acerbo.


Monfardini, Ferdinando (I)

b


2006 - GP2 (DAMS): 20th, 6 pts


Montanelli, Gabriele (I)

b 1972 - d 20/02/2005 (Oggione-Ello)


Co-driver in an Opel Corsa to Alan Banaiti, they went off the road during SS3 (Oggione-Ello) of the 5th Rally Colli Brianzoli (Lecco, near Milan, Italy), hitting a pole on the right-hand side, killing Montanelli instantly.


Monte, Fabrizio del (I)

b


2003 - EuroF3000 (GP Racing): 2nd, 31 pts
2004 - EuroF3000 (GP Racing): 2nd, 45 pts


de Montezemelo, Luca (I)

b 31/8/1947

 

Montin, Paolo (I)

b


2001 - All-Japan F3 (Dallara-Toyota F300): 2nd, 256 pts
2002 - All-Japan F3 (TOM'S Dallara-Toyota F302): 2nd, 269 pts. Macau F3 GP: retired. Korea F3 Super Prix: 5th.
2003 - All-Japan F3 (ThreeBond Racing Dallara-Nissan F303): 3rd, 197 pts. Sardinia F3 Masters (Ombra Dallara-Mugen F302): 2nd.


Moore, Greg (CDN)

b 22/4/1975 (New Westminster, British Columbia) - d 31/9/1999 (Fontana, California)


1987 - Karts 
1988 - Karts 
1989 - North American Enduro Kart Racing Champion. 
1990 - North American Enduro Kart Racing champion. Won Spenard-David Racing School's year-long student trials in Shannonville, Ontario. 
1991 - Esso Protec Formula 1600: 4th, 1 win, 4x2nd, 2 poles & Rookie of the Year".
1992 - USAC F.2000 West Champion, 4 wins, 4 poles, Rookie of the Year. 
1993 - Indy Lights, 9th (3rd Portland) 
1994 - Indy Lights, 3rd, 3 wins (Phoenix, ....) 
1995 - Indy Lights, Champion, 242 pts, 10 wins & 7 poles.
1996 - CART (Player's Forsythe Racing), 9th, 84 pts. (2nd Nazareth, 3rd Surfer's Paradise & Cleveland). Second in Rookie of the Year competition to Zanardi.
1997 - CART (Player's Forsythe Racing), 7th, 111 pts, 2 wins (Milwaukee, Detroit). 
1998 - CART (Player's Forsythe Racing), 5th, 140 pts, 2 wins (Rio de Janeiro, Michigan)
1999 - CART (Player's Forysthe Racing), 1 win, Homestead. Spun at final race in Fontana, spinning into the infield. He slid at speed sideways across an access road, which flipped one side in the air. The car then crashed into the retaining wall roll-bar first, the car then disintegrating on impact due to the speed, killing the driver. 


Moore, Lou (USA)

b 12/9/1904 (Hinton, Oklahoma) - d 25/3/1956


1931 - Indycars (Miller): 2 wins (Altoona Race 1, Syracuse)


Morad, Daniel (CDN)

b 24/04/1990 (Scarborough, CDN)


2006 - US F.BMW: 6th, 1st in Rookie Cup.
2007 - US F.BMW: Champion, 523 pts


Moraes, Mario (BRZ)

b


2008 - IndyCar Series (Dale Coyne Racing Dallara-Honda): 21st, 244 pts


Moran, Rocky (USA)

b 3/2/1950 (Pasadena, California)


1993 - Won Daytona 24 Hrs (Eagle-Toyota Mk3) with PJ Jones & M.Dismore


Moran Jr, Rocky (USA)

b


2002 - Toyota Atlantic (Sigma Autosport): 5th, 117 pts


Morandi, Giuseppe (I)

b 1894 - d 1/11/1977


1927 - Won Mille Miglia (OM) with F.Minoia


Moreau, Guillaume (F)

b 08/03/1983 (Limoges)


2005 - F3 Euroseries (Signature Dallara-Opel F305): 8th, 47 pts, 1 win (R1 Zandvoort).
2006 - F3 Euroseries (Signature Plus Dallara-Mercedes F305): J9th, 32 pts


Morel, André (F)

b


1925 - Won San Sebastian GP (Delage 2LCV) with A.Divo


Morelli, Dino (GB)

b 06/06/1973


2001 - F3000 (Astromega): 0 pts (entered only A1-Ring, Monaco, Nurburgring, Magny-Cours and Silverstone races)


Moreschi, Luigi (I)

b


1977 - Sportscars (Porsche 935): 1 win (Vallelunga) with "Dino"


Morgan, Paul (GB)

b (Brixworth) - d 12/05/2001 (Sywell Airfield, Northamptonshire)


On completing an engineering degree from Aston University in 1970, Morgan joined Cosworth where he oversaw development of the DFX Indycar engine. At Cosworth he met up with Mario Illien, and in 1983 they left to set up the engine building firm Ilmor, and with backing from Roger Penske developed a new engine which was eventually badged by General Motors as a Chevrolet. Over the years Ilmor expanded into F1 with Leyton House (in 1991), and later with Mercedes. Morgan concentarted on the manufacturing side of the company, while Illien did the designing. Morgan was killed when he was trying to land his World War Two propeller-driven South African Naval Fury plane. The plane crashed on landing, flipping over onto its cockpit, killing the pilot. He was survived by his wife Liz and his children Lucy and Patrick.
 


Morgen, Heinrich-Joachim von (D)

b - d 28/5/1932 (Nürburgring)


1930 - Won Masaryk GP (Bugatti T35B) with H.zu Leiningen
1932 - Killed in practice for the Eifelrennen


Morimoto, Akio (J)

b 24/9/1960 (Hyogo)


1986 - Japanese F3: Champion


Moro, Juliano (BRZ)

b


2001 - SudAm F3 (Amir Nasr Racing Dallara-Mugen F301): Champion, 145 pts


Morris, Bob (AUS)

b 4/10/1948


1976 - Won Bathurst 1000.
1979 - Australian Touring Car Champion


Morrison, Alan (GB)

b


2003 - British Touring Cars (Arena International Honda Civic Type-R): 5th, 125 pts


Mortara, Edoardo (I)

b 12/01/1987


1999-2005 - Karting
2006 - Italian F.Renault: 4th.
2007 - F3 Euroseries (Signature-Plus Dallara-Mercedes Benz F305): 8th, 37 pts
2008 - F3 Euroseries (Signature-Plus Dallara-Volkswagen F308): 2nd, 49.5 pts. Macau F3 GP (Signature-Plus Dallara-Volkswagen F308): 2nd.


Morton, John (USA)

b 17/2/1942


1994 - Won Sebring 12 Hrs (Nissan 300ZX) with S.Millen & J.O'Connell


Moseley, Stuart (GB)

b 16/11/1977


1990-93 - Karting
1994 - F.Vauxhall Jr
1995 - F.Vauxhall Jr
1996 - F.Vauxhall Lotus (Rowan Racing): Class B Champion
1998 - F.Opel Euroseries (Kid Jensen Racing)
2002 - Radical SR3 Champion
2003 - Sepang 12 Hours (Radical SR3): 3rd
2004 - Radical Enduros
2005 - Radical Enduros: 2nd. British GTs (Motorbase Porsche)
2006 - Le Mans 24 Hrs (Rollcentre Racing Radical). Le Mans Series (Radical).
2007 - Le Mans Series (Radical). Radical Enduros (Radical SR8): 3rd.


Mosley, Mike (USA)

b 13/12/1944 - d 3/3/1984


1971 - Indycars (Eagle-Ford 71): 1 win (Trenton Race 1)
1974 - Indycars (Eagle-Offenhauser 74): 1 win (Phoenix)
1975 - Indycars (Eagle-Offenhauser 75): 1 win (Milwaukee)
1976 - Indycars (Eagle-Offenhauser 76): 1 win (Milwaukee)
1981 - Indycars (Eagle-Chevrolet 81): 1 win (Milwaukee)


Moss-Carlsson, Pat (GB)

b 27/12/1934 - d 14/10/2008


The sister of Stirling Moss, Pat became an accomplished rally driver in the late 1950s and early 1960s. She was initially interested in horses and show jumping, and passed her driving at the age of 17 in a Morris Ten. Stirling's manager, Ken Gregory, invited her one day to go on a Night Experts rally with him, and after this she got the racing bug.
Pat then purchased a Morris Minor, which was tuned by Stirling's mechanic, Alf Francis, and fitted in a rally program around her show jumping commitments, and eventually replaced the Minor with a Triumph TR2 financed by her show jumping winnings. This led to some successes, and Pat was offered better cars to drive, and by the 1960s Pat was winning rallies outright. Pat finished second overall on the 1964 San Remo Rally, drove a works Cortina GT on the 1963 RAC Rally, and finished 5th overall on the 1964 Monte Carlo Rally. She rallied a Lancia Fulvia in 1968, and won the Coupe des Dames four times. She married Saab rally driver Erik Carlsson in the early '60s.


Motoyama, Satoshi (J)

b


2000 - All-Japan GT Championship (Nissan Skyline GTR): 3rd, 62 pts, with K.Hoshino. F.Nippon (Team Impul Reynard-Mugen Honda 99L): 3rd, 34 pts
2001 - F.Nippon: Champion, 49 pts
2002 - F.Nippon (Team Xbox Impul Reynard-MugenHonda 01L): 2nd, 60 pts
2003 - F.Nippon (Team Impul Lola-Mugen Honda B351): Champion, 56 pts. Japanese GTs (Xanavi NISMO Nissan Skyline GT-R): Champion, 86 pts, with M.Krumm
2004 - F.Nippon (ADirect 5 Zigen Lola-Mugen Honda B351): 6th, 21 pts
2005 - F.Nippon (Arting Impul Lola-Mugen Honda B351): Champion, 52 pts, 3 wins
2006 - F.Nippon (Arting Impul Lola-Toyota FN04): 5th, 16 pts


Mouton, Michele (F)

b 23/6/1951

1981 - World Rally Championship (Audi Quattro): won San Remo Rally
1982 - World Rally Championship (Audi Quattro): won Portuguese, Acropolis and Brazilian rallies.
1986 - Retired from rallying. Organised the Race of Champions event since this time.

Mowlem, Johnny (GB)

b


1990 - British FF1600: 3rd. First season of competition. Nominated for Autosport Young Driver of the Year Award.
1991 - British F.Vauxhall Lotus
1992 - British F.Vauxhall Lotus: broke wrist in accident, curtailing year.
1993 - British F.Vauxhall Lotus (Paul Stewart Racing). 3rd in European Championship round at Silverstone GP.
1995 - British F3: 4 national class wins.
1996 - British Porsche Cup: Class 1 Champion, 3 wins (Silverstone, Oulton Park, Spa-Francorchamps).
1997 - British Porsche Cup: Champion, 17 wins from 17 races. Won Gregor Grant Award at the Autosport Awards.
1998 - British Porsche Cup. Pirelli Porsche Supercup.
1999 - Daytona 24 Hrs (Reiser Callas Rennsport): 2nd in GT Class. Laguna Seca: 1st in GT class. Mid Ohio: 1st in GT class. Porsche Supercup: 3 starts with top 3 finishes (Melbourne, Imola, Monaco).
2000 - ALMS (Skea Racing International Porsche). Le Mans 24 Hrs: 2nd in GT class. Sebring 12 Hrs: 2nd in GT class. Nurburgring 1000 kms: 2nd in GT class.
2001 - Le Mans 24 Hrs (Ray Mallock Ltd Saleen S7R). ALMS (Petersen Motorsports Porsche GT): with R.Wollek.
2002 - Daytona 24 Hrs (Crawford Prototype): retired, with J.Lammers & T.Stewart. Le Mans 24 Hrs (Saleen S7R). ALMS (Petersen Motorsports): 2nd in GT class at Petit LeMans.
2003 - Daytona 24 Hrs (Risi Competizione Ferrari 360GT Modena): 2nd. ALMS (Petersen Motorsports): 4th in GT class (1st in class Road America 500, 2nd in class Sebring 12 Hrs, 3rd in class at Laguna Seca). Le Mans 24 Hrs (Risi/ACEMCO): retired.
2004 - Daytona 24 Hrs: GT class winner. ALMS (Team ACEMCO Motorsports Saleen S7R): 3rd in class (3rd in GT1 class at Sebring 12 Hrs). IMSA Cup winner. 4th in BRDC Gold Star Awards.
2005 - ALMS (Team ACEMCO Motorsports Saleen S7R): 3rd in GT1 class, won IMSA Cup. Daytona 24 Hrs (Red Bull Porsche) with K.Wendlinger, D.Quester & V.Vosse.


Moya, Luis (E)

b


Co-driver to Carlos Sainz, famous for throwing his crash helmet through the rear-window of his Toyota Corolla WRC when it stopped on the last stage, losing Sainz and Moya the World Rally Championship.


Mücke, Stefan (D)

b


2000 - German F3 (Mucke Dallara-Opel F300): 5th, 136 pts
2001 - German F3 (Mucke Dallara-Opel F301): 2nd, 178 pts
2002 - DTM (Team Rosberg Mecedes CLK 2001): 0 pts
2004 - DTM (Persson Motorsport Mercedes CLK): 15th 2 pts
2006 - DTM (Mücke Motorsport Mecedes C-Class 2004): 12th, 7 pts


Muir, Brian (AUS)

b - d 11/9/1983


1970 - Won Tourist Trophy (Chevrolet Camaro Z28)


Mulford, Ralph (USA)

b 28/12/1884 (Brooklyn, NY) - d 23/10/1973 (Monmouth, NJ)


1910 - Indycars (Lozier): 1 win (Elgin Race 3)
1911 - Indycars (Lozier): Champion, 2 wins (Philadelphia Race 2, Vanderbilt Cup)
1912 - Indycars (Mason): 1 win (Brighton Beach)
1913 - Indycars (Mason): 1 win (Columbus)
1914 - Indycars: 4 wins (Galveston Races 1, 2 & 3 (Peugeot), Galesburg (Duesenberg))
1915 - Indycars (Duesenberg): 1 win (Des Moines)
1917 - Indycars: 3 wins (Omaha (Hudson), Providence Race 1 (Frontenac), Chicago Race 5 (Frontenac))
1918 - Indycars (Frontenac): Champion, 3 wins (Uniontown Races 2, 5 & 7)
1919 - Indycars (Frontenac): 1 win (Sheepshead Race 2)


Mulholland, Barry (AUS)

b


1968 - Won Bathurst 1000.


Mullen, Jim (USA)

b


1983 - Won Sebring 12 Hrs (Porsche 934) with W.Baker & K.Nierop


Muller, Alexander (D)

b 20/1/1979 (Emmerich)

1995 - F.ADAC BMW: 3rd
1996 - German F.Renault: Champion
1997 - German F3
1998 - Italian F3000
1999 - Italian F3000
2000 - German F3 (Ghinzani Dallara-Honda F300): 2nd, 181 pts
2001 - Euro F3000 (Team Ghinzani): 3rd, 26 pts
2002 - F3000 (Durango Formula): 0 pts, missed last three races
2005 - Italian F3 (Team Ghinzani Dallara-Opel F304): 2nd, 171 pts

Muller, Cathy (F)

b 21/11/1962

Sister of Yvan.

1984 - French F3: 1 win (Albi)
1985 - British F3 (David Price Racing)

Entered F3000, but had little luck. Returned to French F3, driving for the family CYM team with brother Yvan. Raced in the French Peugeot 905 Spyder series. Raced in the 1995 Italian Ferrari Challenge, finishing 2nd in the Ferrari World Cup. Stopped racing thereafter.


Müller, Dirk (D)

b 18/11/1975


2002 - European Touring Cars (Schnitzer BMW 320i): 4th, 70 pts
2003 - European Touring Cars (Schnitzer BMW 320i): 5th, 66 pts
2004 - European Touring Cars (Schnitzer BMW 320i): 2nd, 111 pts
2005 - World Touring Cars (Schnitzer BMW 320i): 2nd, 86 pts
2006 - World Touring Cars (Schnitzer BMW 320i): 6th, 55 pts
2007 - FIA GTs (AF Corse Ferrari 430 GT): GT2 Class Champion, 73 pts, with T.Vilander.


Müller, Herbert (CH)

b 11/5/1940 (Reinach) - d 24/5/1981 (Nürburgring)


1966 - Won Targa Florio (Porsche 906 Carrera 6) with W.Mairesse
1973 - Won Targa Florio (Porsche 911 Carrera RSR) with G.van Lennep


Müller, Hermann (D)

b 1909 - d 30/12/1975 (Ingolstadt)


1939 - European Grand Prix Champion, won French GP (Auto Union D)


Müller, Jörg (D)

b 3/9/1969

1988 - FF1600
1989 - German Formula Opel Champion
1990 - German F3 (Malte Bongers)
1991 - German F3 (Malte Bongers). Won Monaco F3 GP.
1992 - German F3 (Malte Bongers)
1993 - German F3 (RSM Marko). Won Macau GP
1994 - German F3 champion (RSM Marko). Won Macau F3 race.
1995 - German Super Touring (BMW)
1996 - F3000 (RSM Marko) champion
2000 - American Le Mans Series (Schnitzer BMW V12 LMR): 5th, 221 pts.
2002 - European Touring Cars (Schnitzer BMW 320i): 2nd, 93 pts
2003 - European Touring Cars (Schnitzer BMW 320i): 2nd, 106 pts
2004 - European Touring Cars (Schnitzer BMW 320i): 4th, 93 pts. Macau Guia Race (Schnitzer BMW 320i): 1st
2005 - World Touring Cars (Schnitzer BMW 320i): 5th, 59 pts
2006 - World Touring Cars (Schnitzer BMW 320i): 2nd, 72 pts
2007 - World Touring Cars (Schnitzer BMW 320si): 7th, 66 pts

Müller, Siegfried "Sigi" (D)

b


Father of Sigi Müller Jr

1975 - European Touring Car Champion, with A.Peltier


Müller Jr, Siegfried "Sigi" (D)

b


Son of Sigi Müller

1980 - European Touring Car Champion, with H.Kelleners


Muller, Yvan (F)

b 16/8/1969

Brother of Cathy.

1992 - British F2 (Omegaland Reynard 921-Cosworth): Champion
1993 - F3000 (Reynard-Judd 92D: 17th, 2 pts (5th Nogaro)
1995 - French Touring Car champion (BMW 318i). 4th in Touring Car World Cup.
1996 - Andros Ice Racing Champion
1997 - Andros Ice Racing Champion
1998 - Andros Ice Racing Champion. British Touring Cars (Audi A4). 
1999 - Andros Ice Racing Champion. British Touring Cars (Vauxhall Vectra). British Touring Cars (Triple 8 Vauxhall Vectra)
2000 - Andros Ice Racing Champion. British Touring Cars (Vauxhall Vectra): 4th, 168 pts
2001 - Andros Ice Racing Champion. British Touring Cars (Triple 8 Vauxhall Astra Coupe): 2nd, 318 pts
2002 - British Touring Cars (Triple 8 Vauxhall Astra Coupe): 2nd, 163 pts, 5 wins
2003 - British Touring Cars (Triple 8 Vauxhall Astra Coupe): 1st, 233 pts
2004 - Andros Ice Racing Champion (Kia Rio). British Touring Cars (Triple 8 Vauxhall Astra Coupe): 2nd, 273 pts
2005 - Andros Ice Racing Champion (Kia Rio). British Touring Cars (Triple 8 Vauxhall Astra Coupe): 2nd, 273 pts
2006 - Andros Ice Racing Champion. FIA World Touring Cars (SEAT Sport France): 4th, 62 pts
2007 - FIA World Touring Cars (SEAT Sport SEAT Leon): 2nd, 81 pts


Munari, Sandro (I)

b 27/3/1940 (Cavarzere, Venice)


1972 - Won Targa Florio (Ferrari 312P) with A.Merzario
1975 - Won Monte Carlo Rally
1976 - Won Monte Carlo Rally, Portuguese Rally (Lancia Stratos)
1977 - Won Monte Carlo Rally

Set up an advanced driving school at Imola.


Muniz, Frankie (USA)

b 05/12/1985 (Wood Ridge)


2006 - US F.BMW


Murchison, Christian (AUS)

b


2000 - Australian Formula Holden (NRC Racing Reynard 95D), 2nd, 208 pts.
2001 - Australian Formula Holden: 2nd, 142 pts


Murillo, Ken (USA)

b


1988 - SCCA Super Vee Champion


Murphy, Greg (NZ)

b


1994 - Won New Zealand GP.
2002 - Australian V8 Supercars (Kmart Holden Commodore): 2nd, 1569 pts


Murphy, Jimmy (USA)

b 1894 (San Francisco) - d 15/9/1924 (Syracuse, New York)


1920 - Indycars (Duesenberg): 3 wins (Beverly Hills Races 1 & 3, Fresno)
1921 - Won French GP (Duesenberg). Indycars (Duesenberg): 4 wins (Beverly Hills Race 3, 9 & 10, San Carlos)
1922 - Indycars (Duesenberg/Duesenberg-Miller): Champion, 7 wins (Beverly Hills Race 4 & 7, Fresno Race 1, Cotati Race 2, Indy 500, Uniontown, Tacoma)
1923 - Indycars (Miller): 2 wins (Beverly Hills Race 1, Fresno Race 1)
1924 - Indycars (Miller): Champion, 3 wins (Altoona Race 1, Kansas City, Altoona Race 2)


Murphy, Les (AUS)

b


1935 - Won Australian GP
1937 - Won Australian GP


Murray, Bill (AUS)

b


1947 - Won Australian GP


Murray, Daniel (EIRE)

b 10/08/1988 (Dublin)


2006 - British F.BMW: 19th


Murray, Gordon (GB)

b


Innovative F1 designer who has worked for Brabham and McLaren. Responsible for the notorious Brabham Fan-car, Murray has also designed the two-seater Rocket road car and the McLaren F1.


Musgrave, Ted (USA)

b


2001 - NASCAR Craftsman Trucks (Dodge): 2nd, 3597 pts.
2002 - NASCAR Craftsman Trucks: 3rd, 3308 pts


Mustonen, Atte (FIN)

b


2007 - British F3 (Double R Racing Dallara-Mercedes Benz F307): 7th, 126 pts
2008 - British F3 (Double R Racing Dallara-Mercedes Benz F308): 6th, 138 pts


Mutoh, Hideki (J)

b


2005 - Japanese F3 (Honda M-TEC Dome-Honda F107): 3rd, 187 pts
2007 - Indy Pro Series (Super Aguri Panther Racing): 2nd, 481 pts
2008 - IndyCar Series (Andretti Green Racing Dallara-Honda): 10th, 346 pts


Mutsch, Thomas (D)

b


2002 - German V8-STAR's: 3rd, 257 pts