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Canadian
15 May 1926
4 November 1980 (54)
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Luis Pérez-Sala (15 May 1959)

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about Peter Broeker

Peter Broeker (born 15 May 1926 in Germany – died 4 November 1980 in Ottawa) was a racing driver from Canada. He participated in one World Championship Formula One Grand Prix, the 1963 United States Grand Prix, driving a Stebro. He finished seventh, albeit 22 laps down, and scored no championship points. According to the Toronto Star at the time: "Broeker, first Canadian ever to compete in a world championship Formula One race in a Canadian-built car, finished seventh over-all despite giving away more than 80 horsepower to the rest of the field of 21."

In 1973 Broeker wrote and published Olympic Coins: From Antiquity to the Present. He held US citizenship as well as Canadian.


source: Wikipedia

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1963 Ernie de Vos
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