Louis Chiron

Louis Chiron

Louis Alexandre Chiron (born 3 August 1899 in Monte Carlo, Monaco – died there on 22 June 1979) was a Grand Prix driver.

Read more about Louis Chiron:  Career, Legacy

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1931 Monaco Grand Prix
... Among the 16 were four factory-team Type 51s driven by the Monegasque Louis Chiron, the Italian Achille Varzi and the French Albert Divo and Guy Bouriat ... Starting slowly, Louis Chiron eventually displayed his talents gaining back ground with a new lap record time ... Chiron, a native of Monaco, finished the race some 5 minutes ahead of Luigi Fagioli ...
Louis Chiron - Legacy
... Louis Chiron was so popular in Czechoslovakia whose Grand Prix he won three consecutive times that even after 75 years his name still lives in a popular saying "He drives likes Chiron", used mainly ...

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