Some articles on race car driver, driver, car, race:
2005) 1927 – Phil Hill, American race car driver (d ... analyst 1946 – Julien Poulin, French-Canadian actor 1946 – Gordon Smiley, American race car driver (d ... gerontologist 1963 – Maurício Gugelmin, Brazilian race car driver 1964 – Crispin Glover, American actor 1964 – Andy Serkis, English actor 1964 – Rosalynn Sumners, American figure skater 1964 ...
... boxer François Cevert (born "François Goldenberg"), Formula One driver Eugène Christophe, cyclist Albert Clément (c.1878-1907) motor racing driver Robert Cohen, world champion bantamweight boxer ... bronze Bixente Lizarazu, football player Sébastien Loeb, rally driver and 5-time champion Jeannie Longo, cyclist André Mahé, cyclist Claude Makélélé, football player PSG Laure Manaudou, swimmer Améli ... team) Claude Netter, foil fencer, Olympic champion, silver Hellé Nice, pioneer female race car driver Joakim Noah, NBA basketball player (Chicago ...
... singer, record producer, and boxer 1940 – Richard Attwood, British race car driver 1940 – Sharon Sheeley, American songwriter (d. 2010) 1952 – Gregg Hansford, Australian motorcycle and car racer (d. 2004) 1957 – Kelso, American race horse (d ...
... statesman Robert Benoist (1895–1944), SOE operative, champion race car driver Denise Bloch (1915–1945), SOE operative King's Commendation for Brave Conduct, Legion of Honor, French Resistance Medal Andrée. 1903–1945), SOE operative, champion race car driver Cecily Lefort (1900–1945), SOE operative Croix de guerre Pierre Mendès France (1907–1982), lawyer, statesman Jean Moulin (1899–1943 ...
1939), born in Albuquerque, race car driver Al Unser, Jr. 1962), born in Albuquerque, race car driver Bobby Unser (b. 1934), lives in Albuquerque, race car driver Brian Urlacher (b ...
Famous quotes containing the words driver, race and/or car:
“God help the horse, and the driver too!
And the people and beasts who have never a friend!
For the driver easily might have been you,
And the horse be me by a different end!
And nobody knows how their days will cease!
And the poor, when theyre old, have little of peace!”
—James Kenneth Stephens (18821950)
“The brutalities of progress are called revolutions. When they are over we realize this: that the human race has been roughly handled, but that it has advanced.”
—Victor Hugo (18021885)
“The car has become the carapace, the protective and aggressive shell, of urban and suburban man.”
—Marshall McLuhan (19111980)