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30 December 1942 (75)
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7th (1974 Swedish Grand Prix)
3rd (1974 Brazilian Grand Prix)
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1974 Argentine Grand Prix
1977 British Grand Prix

about Guy Edwards

Guy Richard Goronwy Edwards, QGM (born 30 December 1942) is a former racing driver from England. Best known for his sportscar and British Formula One career, as well as for brokering sponsorship deals, Edwards participated in 17 World Championship Formula One Grands Prix, debuting on 13 January 1974. He scored no championship points.


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1974, 1976, 1977,

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teams & teammates

season teammate
1974 Graham Hill
Peter Gethin
Rolf Stommelen
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1976 Harald Ertl
Rolf Stommelen
Alex Ribeiro
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1977 Larry Perkins
Conny Andersson
Teddy Pilette
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news

Multiple sources reported that Edwards had died, but after posting our tribute to him this morning, a former colleague of Guy’s was able to track him down to his cottage in Ireland, speak to him personally, and confirm that he is very much still with us. We thus apologise to Guy, his family and many friends in the business for repeating the erroneous story, and we hope that he remains safe ...

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Edwards, who had been ill for some time, passed away at the age of 75 exactly five years after his son Sean was killed in an accident at Queensland Raceway. Modestly successful as a driver, Edwards was best known for his ability to attract and exploit sponsorship - earning huge sums via commissions. He helped to define the art of sourcing funding for motorsport, even writing a book about the ...

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