Jeff Simmons

Jeff Simmons is the name of:

  • Jeff Simmons (musician) (born 1949), former member of Frank Zappa's Mothers of Invention
  • Jeff Simmons (racing driver) (born 1976), American race car driver

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2003 Infiniti Pro Series Season - Calendar
87 1.6093=140.0091 km 0'4521.2797 185.219 km/h Aaron Fike Jeff Simmons Aaron Fike Cory Witherill 5 Kansas Speedway Kansas July 6, 67. 2.414=161.735 km 0'4012.1978 241.376 km/h Mark Taylor Ed Carpenter Ed ... August 9, 80. 2.011625=160.93 km 0'4402.1599 219.271 km/h Jeff Simmons Brandon Erwin Mark Taylor Mark Taylor 9 Kentucky Speedway Kentucky August 16, 67. 2.414=161.735 km 0'4146.2837 232.314 km/h Jeff ...
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing - IndyCar Drivers
... Indy 500 only replaced injured Rice) 2006 Buddy Rice Danica Patrick Paul Dana (died, see below) Jeff Simmons 2007 Scott Sharp Jeff Simmons (released July 17) Ryan Hunter-Reay (signed ... Petersburg, Jeff Simmons was named to drive the Ethanol #17 entry for the balance of the 2006 season ... Midway though the 2007 season, Simmons was released and replaced with Ryan Hunter-Reay ...
Jeff Simmons (musician)
... Jeff Simmons, born May 1949 in Seattle, Washington, is a rock musician and former member of Frank Zappa's Mothers of Invention ... Simmons provided bass, guitar, and backing vocals for the group between 1970 and 1971 ... Jeff later returned to the group for a time during 1972 and 1973 ...
2007 Indy Car Series Season - IndyCar Series Testing
... - Private testing featured Ed Carpenter, Tomas Scheckter, and Jeff Simmons ... Tony Kanaan, Jeff Simmons, Dan Wheldon, Helio Castroneves participated ... Jeff Simmons crashed exiting turn two on the backstrech ...

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