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Hans Heyer, F1 driver


16 March 1943 (80)
Peter de Klerk (16 March 1935)
Gijs van Lennep (16 March 1942)

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1977 German Grand Prix
1977 German Grand Prix

about Hans Heyer

Hans Heyer (born March 16, 1943 in Mönchengladbach, Germany) is a racing driver from Wegberg, the site of the Grenzlandring, a former high speed race track oval. He mainly raced touring cars, being popular with the fans for his rather funny style. He is better known for actions and antics during his single attempt at Formula One, the 1977 German Grand Prix.

Very unusual for his Western German origin, Heyer's sign is his so-called Tirolerhut, a hat from Tyrol or Bavaria which would fit better to drivers from these Alpine regions, like Hans-Joachim Stuck or Niki Lauda.

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1977 Jean-Pierre Jarier
Hans Binder
Danny Ongais
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