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Hans von Stuck, F1 driver


27 December 1900
9 February 1978 (77)
Jean-Christophe Boullion (27 December 1969)
Jérôme d'Ambrosio (27 December 1985)

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14th (1953 Italian Grand Prix)
14th (1952 Swiss Grand Prix)
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1952 Swiss Grand Prix
1953 Italian Grand Prix

about Hans von Stuck

This article is about the father; for the son, see Hans-Joachim Stuck.

Hans Stuck (sometimes called Hans Stuck von Villiez, last name pronounced shtook) (27 December 1900, in Warsaw – 9 February 1978, in Grainau) was a German motor racing driver. Both his son Hans-Joachim Stuck (born 1951) and his grandsons Johannes and Ferdinand Stuck became race drivers.

Despite many successes in Grand Prix motor racing for Auto Union in the early 1930s, during the era of the famous "Silver Arrows", he is now mostly known for his domination of hillclimbing, which earned him the nickname "Bergkönig" or "King of the Mountains".

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