KEEPING THE SPIRIT ALIVE SINCE 1999

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Eddie Zalucki 1914 - 2002

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Eddie Zalucki drove in CSRA, AAA, IMCA winning a number of feature races in the 1930s and 1940s, though he failed in his one attempt to qualify for the Indy 500 in 1948.

Alessandro Zampedri 1969

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Zampedri raced in Indy Cars before returning to Europe to compete in the Porsche Supercup, winning the Championship in 2005.

Alessandro Zanardi 1966

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Formula One driver who is better known for his dominance of CART during the late 1990s. More recently he has attracted widespread praise for his racing comeback in the aftermath of a horrific crash which resulted in him losing both legs.

Carlos Zatuszek 1897 - 1937

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Zatuszek was from Austria. In 1921 he moved to Argentina where he became well known racing Mercedes SSKs. He died in an accident in practice for the GP of Cavilia on 8 October 1937.

Count Louis Zborowski 1895 - 1924

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The wealthy son of a Polish Count and an American mother, Louis Zborowski raced for Aston Martin at Brooklands and in the 1923 French Grand Prix. He drove a BUgatti in the 1923 Indianapolis 500 and drove an American Miller 122 in the 1923 Italian Grand Prix at Monza. He joined the Mercedes team in...

Count Eliot Zborowski 1856 - 1903

/With thanks to David Paine, author of 'The Zborowski Inheritance', for the additional information.
Count William Eliott Morris Zborowski, father of Count Louis Zborowski (famous for his aero engined monster racing cars), was an allround sportsman but paticualerly loved racing Mercedes cars. He was killed  at La Turbie hill climb in France.

Count Goffredo Zehender 1901 - 1958

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Grand Prix and sports car driver had had a number of notable results including winning the Spa 24 hour race in 1931. He was a works Alfa Romeo driver for much of his career and was also team manager for Gruppo Inter in 1948. He crashed one of their Ferrari in testing before the Mille Miglis that...

Emanuel Zervakis 1930 - 2003

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He flirted with greatness as a stock car driver, then carved out a long career as an innovative, eccentric car owner and racing businessman.

Renzo Zorzi 1946 - 2015

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A former Pirelli engineer, Zorzi began racing in Formula 3 in 1972. He won the Monaco Formula 3 race in 1975 and ended up with a couple of F1 drives.

Hermann zu Leiningen 1901 - 1971

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Prinz Hermann zu Leiningen started racing in 1927. He effectively had retired at the end of 1931 but was called up by Auto Union in 1934 to be part of the works team.

Paolo Zuccarelli 1886 - 1913

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Paolo 'Paul' Zuccarelli was born in Marcilly-la-Campagne, France though, as his name would suggest, he was Italian. Along with Jules Goux and Georges Boillot and the engineer, Ernest Henry, they formed the famous Peugeot team called "Les Charlatans".

Charles Zwolsman Jr 1979

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Dutch driver who won the Toyota Atlantic Series in 2005 before moving to a full season in ChampCars in the USA