|Author:||Anthony Pritchard,Roy Salvadori|
|Title:||Roy Salvadori: Racing Driver|
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|Publisher:||Patrick Stephens; First Edition edition (July 15, 1985)|
Roy Francesco Salvadori (12 May 1922 – 3 June 2012) was a British racing driver and team manager. He was born in Dovercourt, Essex, to parents of Italian descent. He graduated to Formula One by 1952 and competed regularly until 1962 for a succession of teams including Cooper, Vanwall, BRM, Aston Martin and Connaught. Also a competitor in other formulae, he won the 1959 24 Heures du Mans in an Aston Martin with co-driver Carroll Shelby.
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Roy Salvadori (born 12 May 1922 Dovercourt, Essex; died 03 Jun 2012 Monte Carlo, Monaco). Former host of the reunions at his Monaco flat, which attracted a huge number of past Grand Prix drivers. A frequent visitor to historic events until ill-health, Roy also was a F1 team manager, notably for Cooper, in the 1960's. Salvadori, as a racer, was a true all-rounder, adept in single-seaters, sportscars and touring cars - with his biggest triumph coming at the 1959 Le Mans. He began his career just after the Second World War, and although he raced on in historics, he ended his competitive career as a development driver for the King Cobra Ford in 1965. Biography last updated 21 Sep 2014.
A collection of photographs and ephemera relating to the career of Roy Salvadori, 1949-1960S, including original contemporary press race photographs featuring Salvadori, at various events including Goodwood, DBR1 at Silverstone 1959 and Maserati 250F, two signed by the driver, also including a signed copy of Anthony Pritchard: Roy Salvadori Racing Driver; a 1955 Silverstone programme with separate autographed sheet. acquired at the meeting, together with an unused original Motor Racing Register member's enamelled chrome car badge (numbered 10) and related ephemera.
Roy Salvadori, a Londoner despite his Italian parentage, was a tough racer best known for his success at Le Mans with Aston Martin. Coincidentally, he died three weeks after his partner in that epic success, Carroll Shelby. Subsequently he and his wife, Sue, retired to Monaco, where they lived in an apartment above the start/finish line. Roy Salvadori, racing driver: born Dovercourt, Essex 12 May 1922; married Sue; died Monaco 3 June 2012. We’ll tell you what’s true. You can form your own view.
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Roy Francesco Salvadori (born 12 May 1922 in Dovercourt, Essex, England, United Kingdom – died 3 June 2012 in Monte Carlo, Monaco) was a British racing driver, born in Dovercourt, Essex in the UK to Italian parents. Salvadori drove for numerous works teams, including the disappointing Aston Martin team, in a career that spanned from 1952 until 1962, totalling 47 Grand Prix starts.
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