Alexandre Premat, is a race car driver born in Juvisy-sur-Orge, France on the 5th of April 1982. Premat started his motorsport career at the age of 10 and took part in the 2005 GP2 Series. He now drivers for France in the new A1GP series ...more on Wikipedia about "Alexandre Prémat"
Andre Testut (b. April 13, 1926) is a former racing driver from Lyon, France. He entered 2 Formula One Grands Prix, both in Monaco, in 1958 and 1959. On both occasions he drove his Maserati 250F and both times he failed to qualify. ...more on Wikipedia about "André Testut"
Marie Hervé Jean Bruno d'Harcourt, Count of Harcourt ( September 20, 1899 - April 19, 1930) was a member of the French nobility and a Grand Prix motor racing driver. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bruno, Count of Harcourt"
Charles Pozzi, born August 27, 1909 – died February 28, 2001, was a French Grand Prix motor racing driver who participated in one Formula One race in the year of its inception. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charles Pozzi"
Didier Andre is a race car driver born in Lyon, France on the 3rd of September 1974. In the late 1990s he competed in IndyLights, driving in the Indy Racing League in 2001 and Nissan World Series from 2003 until the present day. ...more on Wikipedia about "Didier Andre"
Didier Artzet (born 10 February 1963 in Nice, France) is a race car driver who drove for Apomatox in the Formula 3000 championship of 1990. Prior to that he drove part of both the 1988 and 1989 Formula 3000 seasons for Racetech. ...more on Wikipedia about "Didier Artzet"
Dragutin Esser was a race car driver, driving cars designed or built by Émile Mathis. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dragutin Esser"
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Ferenc Szisz ( September 20, 1873– February 21, 1944), was a French race car driver and the winner of the first Grand Prix motor racing event. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ferenc Szisz"
Georges Boillot, born August 3, 1884 – died April 21, 1916, was a French Grand Prix motor racing driver and World War I fighter pilot. ...more on Wikipedia about "Georges Boillot"
Hellé Nice, born December 15, 1900 - died October 1, 1984, was a French model, dancer, and a Grand Prix motor racing driver. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hellé Nice"
James Andanson is a race car driver born in France. He drove some races in 2002 British Formula Three for Avanti, having previously competed in French Formula Three (2000 Class-A, 1999 Class-B) and French Formula Campus. ...more on Wikipedia about "James Andanson"
Jean Todt (b. February 26, 1946) is team principal of Scuderia Ferrari, the Ferrari company's Formula One constructor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jean Todt"
Jean Trémoulet (born April 12, 1909 - dead October 13, 1944) was a French racecar driver, win the 1938 edition of 24 Hours of Le Mans with Eugène Chaboud. He dies at only 35 years old, during French War Resistance. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jean Trémoulet"
Jean-Pierre Wimille ( February 26, 1908 – January 28, 1949) was a Grand Prix motor racing driver and a member of the French Resistance during World War II. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jean-Pierre Wimille"
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Jean-Yves Adam is a French race car driver. He drove in the French GT Championship of 2001 and also drove one race in the 2004 Porsche Supercup. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jean-Yves Adam"
Jules Goux, born April 6, 1885 - died March 6, 1965, was a Grand Prix motor racing champion and the first Frenchman to win the Indianapolis 500, as well as the first European to do so. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jules Goux"
Laurent Aiello is a race car driver born in Fontenay, France on the 23rd of May 1969. He has won four touring car championships during his career - French Supertouring Cars in 1994, German Supertouring Cars in 1997, British Touring Cars in 1999 and DTM in 2002. In 1998 he also won the Le Mans 24 Hours race in a Porsche, and in 1990 he won the Monaco Formula Three GP. ...more on Wikipedia about "Laurent Aiello"
Laurent Redon is a race car driver born on Loire, France on the 5th of August 1973. He was a test driver for the Formula One teams Minardi (1998) and Benetton (1999). Most recently he drove for the Conquest team in the Indy Racing League. ...more on Wikipedia about "Laurent Redon"
Luc Alphand ( Briançon, France, August 6, 1965) is a French former alpine skier, who is now a race car driver. ...more on Wikipedia about "Luc Alphand"
Ludovic Badey is a French race car driver. He raced in French Formula Renault from 2003 until 2004 and also drove some of the Formula Renault 2000 Eurocup in the same timeframe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ludovic Badey"
Nelson Philippe (born July 23 1986 in Valence, France) is a driver in the Champ Car World Series. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nelson Philippe"
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Nicolas Lapierre is a race car driver born in Thonon-les-Bains, France on the 2nd of April 1984. He raced in the 2005 GP2 Series for the Arden team, who are the current constructors champions. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nicolas Lapierre"
Olivier Pla is a race car driver born in Toulouse, France on the 22nd of October 1981. Partnered with Ryan Sharp, Pla drove in the 2005 GP2 Series for the Price team. Pla's career started in 2000 in French Formula Campus before moving on to French Formula Three in 2001 with the Saulnier team. In 2002 he moved to the ASM team, and stayed on there in 2003 when the series joined the Formula Three Euroseries. ...more on Wikipedia about "Olivier Pla"
Pascal Ballay is a race car driver born in France who raced in one race of the 2004 Porsche Supercup. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pascal Ballay"
Patrick Lemarie is a French auto racing driver born February 6, 1968 in Paris. He spent four years performing testing work for the British American Racing Formula One team but never was considered for a race seat due to his lack of experience. His manager, Craig Pollock, hired him to drive for the new PK Racing Champ Car team in 2003. He scored two tenth-place finishes the first two events but was replaced after six races for Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca ace Bryan Herta. He has also competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, American Le Mans series, Indy Lights, Toyota Atlantic and Formula 3000. ...more on Wikipedia about "Patrick Lemarie"
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