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Bill Brack


26 December 1935 (86)
Azdrubal Fontes (26 December 1922)
Moisés Solana (26 December 1935)
Trevor Taylor (26 December 1936)


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18th (1969 Canadian Grand Prix)
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3 (100%)
1968 Canadian Grand Prix
1972 Canadian Grand Prix

about Bill Brack

William Brack (born 26 December 1935 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a former racing driver. He originally became involved in auto racing in the early 1960s, in the form of ice-racing Minis (using a company car) in Huntsville, Ontario. He went on to purchase Gordon Brown's own racing Mini (Gord Brown being another Mini racer as well as dealer of British cars at Glendale Suburban Motors in Brampton.)

Brack subsequently became a Formula One driver who raced for the Lotus and BRM teams. After Formula One he was successful in Atlantic Championship in the mid-1970s, having won the Canadian Formula Atlantic Championships in three successive years (1973, 1974, 1975) before retiring from racing to open a Daimler Chrysler dealership (Downtown Chrysler) near the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto. He is not related to the Swedish race car driver Kenny Bräck.

source: Wikipedia


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