Harry Stiller's racing career spanned 11 years, between 1958 and 1969, driving in numerous diciplines. From 1970 until 1975 he was an Entrant in F3, Formula Atlantic, F5000 and finally, in 1975, F1. In 1974 he ran the March works Formula Atlantic team which was the start of his racing relationship with Alan Jones. Other drivers having driven for him include Keith St. John, Tony Trimmer, Bev Bond, Tony Lanfranchi and David Morgan.
Harry Stiller is also responsible for bringing Alan Jones into Formula One in 1975 alongside James Hunt in the second Hesketh F1 chassis after Jones had very successfully driven for him in the works March Formula Atlantic car in the 1974 UK John Players championship. Harry is a life member of the BRDC and now lives in retirement in Bournemouth with his wife Annie.