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  1. David Piper (born 2 December 1930) [1] is a British former Formula One and sports car racing driver from England. He participated in 3 Formula One World Championship Grands Prix, debuting on 18 July 1959. He scored no championship points. Racing career[ edit] Early career and Formula One[ edit]

    • 2 December 1930 (age 91)
    • British
    • 19591960
  2. Dec 2, 2018 · That said, he returned to Goodwood in 2016 to drive one of his cars in the Ferrari display at the Goodwood Member's Meeting. Piper began his career as long ago as 1953 in speed events, and from 1982 onwards, he co-founded and then drove in the Supersports Series, either racing in his classic cars or entering them for other drivers.

  3. David Piper | Racing career profile | Driver Database  David Piper nationality British age 91 years old born December 2, 1930 hometown Edgware, Middlesex Racing highlights Racing career summary Disclaimer: the data and summaries are all taken from the data available in the career details section further below on this page.

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  5. Aug 2, 2017 · David was an outsider on the inside. A privateer in a world of factory teams, a skilled wheelman who could also wrench through the night. He’s controversial in the way that many from that era are not, which he will be the first to admit: “Being on my own meant that I could tell anyone I liked where to stick it if I didn’t agree.”

  6. David Piper and his green mean machines Starting a racing career in 1953 Born in December 1930 in Edgware near London, Piper started his racing career in 1953, driving an MG J4. In 1955, he switched to MG-powered Lotus Mark VI Empire and scored several victories in sports car events (Snetterton National, Leinster Trophy, BARC Goodwood).

  7. Sep 5, 2017 · The special David Piper tribute at the 2017 LGHA will be the very first time that his racing career has been celebrated. This LGHA tribute at the Linas-Montlhéry Autodrome is a very fitting, as it’s a circuit for which Piper has many great memories, having raced and enjoyed success there on numerous occasions.