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16 October 1934 (84)
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about Peter Ashdown

Peter Hawthorn Ashdown (born 16 October 1934, Danbury, Essex) is a former motor racing driver. He drove in a single Formula One World Championship Grand Prix, racing a Cooper.

Prior to Formula One, he was one of the leaders of the British Formula Junior scene, but an accident at Rouen-Les-Essarts in 1958, in which he broke his collarbone, considerably hampered his career. He continued racing, and competed in a Formula Two (F2) Cooper-Climax entered by Alan Brown at the 1959 British Grand Prix at Aintree. He finished in 12th position, third of the F2 cars and six laps down. From there he drove a Formula Junior Lola and many small-engined sports cars, winning his class in the 1960 and 1962 1000km N├╝rburgring. He retired in 1962.


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