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Belgian
14 September 1918
23 August 1967 (48)
Mack Hellings (14 September 1915)

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1953 Belgian Grand Prix
1954 French Grand Prix

about Georges Berger

Georges Berger (14 September 1918 in Sint-Jans-Molenbeek, near Brussels – 23 August 1967 at the Nürburgring) was a racing driver who raced a Gordini in his two World Championship Formula One Grands Prix.

He initially competed during the 1950s in a Formula 2 BMW-engined Jicey with which he finished third in the Grand Prix des Frontières at Chimay. In 1953 he raced for the Simca-Gordini team and finished fifth at the same track. He entered the same car (a 1.5-litre 4 cylinder Gordini type 15) in the Belgian Grand Prix but retired after only three laps with engine failure. The following year he raced a Gordini with nothing more than a fourth position at Rouen. After this he faded from single-seater racing.

Later in his career he shared the winning Ferrari at the 1960 Tour de France automobile. He was killed racing a Porsche 911 in the 1967 84-hour Marathon de la Route at Nürburgring.


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1953 Pablo Birger
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1954 Jean Behra
Élie Bayol
Roger Loyer
André Pilette
Paul Frère
Jacques Pollet
Clemar Bucci
Fred Wacker
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