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Michael Bleekemolen, F1 driver


2 October 1949 (74)
Jan Flinterman (2 October 1919)
Mike Nazaruk (2 October 1921)
Giorgio Scarlatti (2 October 1921)
Paul Goldsmith (2 October 1925)
Nanni Galli (2 October 1940)

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25th (1978 United States Grand Prix)
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1977 Dutch Grand Prix
1978 Canadian Grand Prix

about Michael Bleekemolen

Michael Bleekemolen (born 2 October 1949 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands) is a former racing driver who raced for the RAM and ATS teams in Formula One.

He graduated from Formula Vee and tried his hand at Formula One in 1977, where he failed to qualify at his home grand prix. Nevertheless, he returned the following year with ATS, for four races, but qualified only once, at Watkins Glen.

After Formula One he returned to Formula 3 for another three years and won two rounds of the European Championship, finishing second in the series, to Alain Prost. From there he moved to Renault racing before retiring. His sons Jeroen and Sebastiaan, are also racers.

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