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Pablo Birger, F1 driver


7 January 1924
9 May 1966 (42)
Jean Lucienbonnet (7 January 1923)
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9th (1955 Argentine Grand Prix)
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1953 Argentine Grand Prix
1955 Argentine Grand Prix


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about Pablo Birger

Pablo Birger (7 January 1924 – 9 March 1966) was an Argentine racing driver who raced in two World Championship Grands Prix for the Gordini team. He raced a Gordini Type 15 in the 1953 Argentine Grand Prix but the car lasted just twenty-one laps. Two years later he again rented a seat with Gordini, this time racing a Type 16, but spun on the first lap and collided with Carlos Menditeguy.

Birger, who was born in Buenos Aires, died in a road accident in his native city at the age of 42.

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