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Peter Walker, F1 driver


7 October 1912
1 March 1984 (71)
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about Peter Walker

Peter Douglas Conyers Walker (7 October 1912 – 1 March 1984) was an English racing driver. He was born in Huby, Yorkshire and died in Newtown, Worcestershire. He proved a strong driver in most disciplines, but was most adept in sports cars, winning the 1951 24 Hours of Le Mans race, and the Goodwood Nine-Hours in 1955. He effectively retired after a crash in 1956 left him with serious injuries.

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season teammate
1950 Bob Gerard
Cuth Harrison
Leslie Johnson
Tony Rolt
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1951 Reg Parnell
Ken Richardson
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1955 Roberto Mieres
Harry Schell
Luigi Musso
Sergio Mantovani
Clemar Bucci
Alberto Uria
Jean Behra
Carlos Menditeguy
Cesare Perdisa
Louis Rosier
Lance Macklin
Johnny Claes
Horace Gould
Peter Collins
Roy Salvadori
André Simon
John Fitch
Kenneth McAlpine
Tony Rolt
Leslie Marr
Jack Fairman
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