Canadian racecar drivers

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  1. Jacques Villeneuve

    Jacques Villeneuve


    Jacques Joseph Charles Villeneuve, OQ (born April 9, 1971), is a Canadian automobile racing driver and amateur musician. He is the son of Formula One driver Gilles Villeneuve, and is the namesake of his uncle, who was also a racer. Villeneuve won the 1995 CART Championship, the 1995 Indianapolis 500 and the 1997 Formula One World Championship, making him only the third driver after Mario Andretti and Emerson Fittipaldi to achieve such a feat. To date, no other Canadian has won the Indianapolis 500 or the F1 Drivers' title.

  2. Gilles Villeneuve

    Gilles Villeneuve


    Joseph Gilles Henri Villeneuve (January 18, 1950 – May 8, 1982), known as Gilles Villeneuve, was a Canadian racing driver. Villeneuve spent six years in Grand Prix racing with Ferrari, winning six races and widespread acclaim for his performances.

  3. Patrick Carpentier

    Patrick Carpentier


    Patrick Carpentier (born August 13, 1971) is a retired Canadian race car driver. He is best known for his career in the Champ Car World Series and the IndyCar Series, where he got five wins and 24 podiums, as well as two 3rd place championship finishes in 2002 and 2004. The long-time Champ Car driver switched to the IndyCar Series in 2005, but moved on Grand Am in 2007 and spent a bit more time running his ranch. After a few NASCAR races in 2007, he moved full-time into the series in 2008. Since 2009, he has only had part-time drives, so became a contractor and renovator in Montreal, trading in real estate in Las Vegas, as well as working on his ranch.

  4. Bruno Spengler

    Bruno Spengler


    Bruno Spengler (born August 23, 1983) is a French-born Canadian BMW factory racing driver, nicknamed 'The Secret Canadian'. He won the 2012 DTM Drivers' Championship.

  5. Alex Tagliani

    Alex Tagliani


    Alexandre "Alex" Tagliani (G pronounced in last name; born October 18, 1973), nicknamed "Tags", is a Canadian auto racing driver from Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He currently competes in the United SportsCar Championship, driving the #09 Oreca FLM09 entry for Rocketsports Racing.

  6. Adderly Fong

    Adderly Fong


    Adderly Fong Cheun-yue, (Traditional Chinese: 方駿宇; Pinyin: Fāng Jùnyǔ), born March 2, 1990, is a Hong Kong racing driver. His career started in 2004. He is currently competing in the GP3 Series with Jenzer Motorsport and Audi R8 LMS Cup with Kamlung Racing. He is the current series champion of Audi R8 LMS Cup. He also completed the legendary 24H of Le Mans in June 2014 with Oak Racing Team Asia, finishing 11th overall and 7th in the LMP2 class. In 2015 he was appointed at a test driver at Lotus F1 Team.

  7. Scott Goodyear

    Scott Goodyear


    Scott Goodyear (born December 20, 1959) is a Canadian former race car driver. He ran the IRL and Champ Car series during his career from 1987, winning the Michigan 500 in 1992 and 1994. He is also notable for almost winning the Indianapolis 500 on three different occasions.

  8. Alex Healy (racing driver)

    Alex Healy (racing driver)


    Alex Healy (born January 15, 1989 in Ottawa, Ontario) is a Canadian Touring Car racing driver.

  9. John Cannon (racing driver)

    John Cannon (racing driver)


    John Cannon (21 June 1933 – 18 October 1999) was a sports car racer, who competed under the banner of Canada, though he was born in London, U.K.. He raced in the USRRC series, the CanAm Series and the L&M Continental Series (Formula 5000).

  10. Billy Foster

    Billy Foster


    William A. Foster (September 18, 1937 – January 20, 1967), was a Canadian racing driver.

  11. James Hinchcliffe

    James Hinchcliffe


    James Hinchcliffe (born December 5, 1986) is a Canadian race car driver currently competing in the IndyCar Series. He is also the self-proclaimed mayor of Hinchtown (a fictional town) on social media. On January 10, 2012 it was announced that Hinchcliffe would succeed Danica Patrick as the driver of the No. 27 Go car for Andretti Autosport. On October 7, 2014 it was announced that Hinchcliffe would join Schmidt Peterson Motorsports for the 2015 season and drive the No. 5 car.

  12. Paul Tracy

    Paul Tracy


    Paul Tracy (born December 17, 1968 in Scarborough, Ontario) is a Canadian former professional racing driver who competed in CART, the ChampCar World Series and the IndyCar Series. He is nicknamed "PT" and also goes by the nickname "The Thrill from West Hill".

  13. Ken Achs

    Ken Achs


    Ken Achs is a Canadian drag racer. Ken was inducted into the Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame in 2002.

  14. Peter Thomson

    Peter Thomson


    Peter Thomson, born in Suva in 1948, is a Fijian diplomat and has served as Fiji's Permanent Representative to the United Nations since February 2010.

  15. Michael Broomhead

    Michael Broomhead


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  16. J. R. Fitzpatrick

    J. R. Fitzpatrick


    John Ryan "J. R." Fitzpatrick (born May 9, 1988) is a Canadian stock car driver. Fitzpatrick was the youngest driver to ever win the now defunct CASCAR Super Series championship, winning in the series final season of 2006 at the age of 18.

  17. Allan Moffat

    Allan Moffat


    Allan George Moffat, (born 10 November 1939 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada) is an Australian racing driver known for his four wins in the Australian Touring Car Championship, six wins in the Sandown 500 and his four wins in the Bathurst 500/1000. Moffat was inducted into the V8 Supercar Hall of Fame in 1999.

  18. Kay Petre

    Kay Petre


    Kay Petre (born Kathleen Coad Defries; 10 May 1903 – 10 August 1994) was an early motor racing star. She was born in Toronto, Ontario and came to England in her twenties, where she married aviator Henry A Petre in 1929.

  19. Andrew Ranger

    Andrew Ranger


    Andrew Ranger (born November 20, 1986 in Roxton Pond, Quebec) is a Canadian professional racing driver.

  20. Peter Ryan (racing driver)

    Peter Ryan (racing driver)


    Peter B. Ryan (June 10, 1940 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA – July 2, 1962 in Paris, France) was an American-born Canadian racecar driver from Mont-Tremblant, Quebec. He had a short Formula One career. He participated in one Grand Prix, the 1961 United States Grand Prix at Watkins Glen, finishing ninth. He scored no championship points.

  21. John Jones (racing driver)

    John Jones (racing driver)


    John Jones (born October 19, 1965, Thunder Bay, Ontario), is a former driver in the CART Championship Car series. He raced in the 1988, 1989, 1991, and 1992 seasons with 41 career starts, including the 1989 Indianapolis 500. He finished in the top ten 11 times, including 4 in 7th position in 1988, when he finished the season in 11th position and was named Rookie of the Year.

  22. Jacques Villeneuve (elder)

    Jacques Villeneuve (elder)


    Jacques-Joseph Villeneuve also known as Jacquo or Uncle Jacques (in French L'oncle Jacques) (born November 4, 1953) is a Canadian racer. He is the younger brother of the late Gilles Villeneuve, and uncle to Jacques Villeneuve (1997 F1 world champion). He was born in the small town of Berthierville, Quebec, Canada. He is now frequently known as Uncle Jacques because of the rise of his nephew. He had a varied motorsport career, taking in Formula Atlantic, CART, Can-Am, snowmobile racing and Formula One, and remains a revered figure in Canadian motorsport circles. Villeneuve was the first three time winner of the World Championship Snowmobile Derby.

  23. George Eaton

    George Eaton


    George Ross Eaton (born 12 November 1945) is the youngest son of Signy and John David Eaton.

  24. Greg Moore (racing driver)

    Greg Moore (racing driver)


    Gregory William Moore (April 22, 1975 – October 31, 1999) was a Canadian racecar driver who competed in the Indy Lights and CART World Series, where he had great success with several wins in both series and a championship in the 1995 Indy Lights series. He was fatally injured in a violent crash on the tenth lap of the CART season finale, the Marlboro 500, at the California Speedway in Fontana, California.

  25. Robert Wickens

    Robert Wickens


    Robert Tyler Wickens (born March 13, 1989 in Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian racing driver, currently driving in the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters for Mücke Motorsport. Wickens is also a part of the revitalized Mercedes-Benz Junior Team, together with Christian Vietoris and Roberto Merhi. In 2009 he finished in second place in the FIA Formula Two Championship, and in 2010 he was runner-up in the GP3 Series. In his return to Formula Renault 3.5, where he competed in 2008, he won the 2011 season championship with Carlin Motorsport, with backing of Marussia. Wickens then left the series to race in the DTM.

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