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British
12 June 1921 (103)
Phil Cade (12 June 1916)
Bill Cheesbourg (12 June 1927)
Innes Ireland (12 June 1930)
Hans Binder (12 June 1948)

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about Dennis Taylor

Dennis Taylor (12 June 1921 in Sidcup, Kent – 2 June 1962 in Monte Carlo, Monaco) was a British racing driver from England. He competed in 500cc Formula 3 from 1952 to 1954. His single World Championship Formula One entry was at the 1959 British Grand Prix driving his Formula 2 Lotus 12, and he failed to qualify.

He was killed in the Formula Junior race at Monte Carlo in 1962, 10 days before his 41st birthday.


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1959 Graham Hill
Bruce Halford
Pete Lovely
Innes Ireland
Alan Stacey
David Piper
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