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Alan Rees


12 January 1938 (83)
Olivier Gendebien (12 January 1924)
Lloyd Ruby (12 January 1928)
Emanuele Pirro (12 January 1962)


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7th (1967 German Grand Prix)
15th (1967 British Grand Prix)
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1967 British Grand Prix
1967 German Grand Prix

about Alan Rees

Alan Rees (born 12 January 1938 in Langstone, Newport, Monmouthshire) is a British former racing driver from Wales. He participated in three World Championship Grands Prix in the 1960s, although two of those appearances were driving Formula 2 cars. He scored no championship points. His best result was seventh place (second in the Formula Two class) in the 1967 German Grand Prix.

Rees drove for the works Lotus Formula Junior team in 1962, and won three races before a crash at the Nürburgring 1000 km sports car race ended his season. From 1963 to 1968, he drove for the Roy Winklemann Racing team in Formula Two and frequently achieved victories over experienced drivers such as Jackie Stewart and Jochen Rindt.

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season teammate
1967 Pedro Rodríguez
Jo Siffert
Jo Bonnier
Jochen Rindt
Guy Ligier
Richard Attwood
Jacky Ickx
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