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Arthur Legat, F1 driver


1 November 1898
23 February 1960 (61)
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Bob Veith (1 November 1926)
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Jackie Lewis (1 November 1936)

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13th (1952 Belgian Grand Prix)
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1952 Belgian Grand Prix
1953 Belgian Grand Prix


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about Arthur Legat

Arthur Legat (1 November 1898 – 23 February 1960) was a racing driver from Haine-Saint-Paul, Belgium. He participated in two Formula One World Championship Grands Prix, debuting on 22 June 1952. He scored no championship points.

Legat won the Grand Prix des Frontières at Chimay in 1931 and 1932 with a Bugatti.

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1952 Toni Ulmen
Fritz Riess
Hans Klenk
Adolf Brudes
Paul Pietsch
Theo Helfrich
Josef Peters
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1953 Hans Herrmann
Theo Helfrich
Wolfgang Seidel
Oswald Karch
Willi Heeks
Erwin Bauer
Ernst Loof
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