| Racing driver|
| 12 December 1923 (age 92)
Melbourne, Australia (1923-12-12) |
Cliff Allison, Giulio Cabianca, Maria Teresa de Filippis, Bruce Kessler, Paul Emery
Ken Kavanagh Wikipedia
Thomas Kenrick Kavanagh (born 12 December 1923) is an Australian former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer and racecar driver.
In 1952, Kavanagh became the first Australian to win a motorcycle Grand Prix race when he won the 350cc Ulster Grand Prix. In 1956, he won the Junior TT at the Isle of Man TT races. Kavanagh entered two Formula One Grands Prix in 1958 with his own Maserati 250F, firstly in Monaco where he failed to qualify, and lastly in the Belgian Grand Prix where he missed out on the race having blown his engine in practice, after having qualified 20th of 28 entrants.
Points system from 1950 to 1968
5 best results were counted up until 1955.
(key) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)