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Tom Belsø, F1 driver


27 August 1942 (81)
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8th (1974 Swedish Grand Prix)
21st (1974 Swedish Grand Prix)
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1974 South African Grand Prix
1974 British Grand Prix


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about Tom Belsø

Tom Belsø (born 27 August 1942 in Copenhagen, Denmark) is a former motor racing driver. He is credited as the first Formula One driver from Denmark. He started out in touring cars but became a Formula Two racer in 1972, with his best result being a fourth place at the Albi Grand Prix, finishing 17th in the European F2 Championship. In 1973 he raced a Lola in Formula 5000. He also raced in a few non-championship Formula One races, finishing 7th in the 1973 Race of Champions and 8th in the 1973 BRDC International Trophy, and retiring in the 1974 BRDC International Trophy and 1975 Race of Champions. He contested the 1974 Rothmans 5000 European Championship winning at Snetterton and finishing 8th in the Series. He also competed in the 1977 Shellsport 5000/Libre series and finished fifth in a Radio Luxemburg-sponsored Lola T330-Chevrolet.

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