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Peter Hirt, F1 driver


30 March 1910
28 June 1992 (82)
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7th (1952 Swiss Grand Prix)
16th (1951 Swiss Grand Prix)
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1951 Swiss Grand Prix
1953 Swiss Grand Prix

about Peter Hirt

Peter Hirt (30 March 1910 – 28 June 1992) was a racing driver from Switzerland. He participated in five World Championship Grands Prix, debuting on 27 May 1951. He scored no championship points.

He was a member of the Ecurie Espadon.

source: Wikipedia


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season teammate
1952 Piero Taruffi
Rudi Fischer
André Simon
Nino Farina
Louis Rosier
Alberto Ascari
Charles de Tornaco
Franco Comotti
Piero Carini
Roy Salvadori
Peter Whitehead
Roger Laurent
Rudolf Schoeller
Luigi Villoresi
Hans von Stuck
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1953 Alberto Ascari
Luigi Villoresi
Mike Hawthorn
Nino Farina
Louis Rosier
Jacques Swaters
Kurt Adolff
Max de Terra
Umberto Maglioli
Piero Carini
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