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Ed Swart
Ed Swart, Sep 26, 1971, FIA 2.0, Zandvoort, Netherlands.jpg
Swart in 1971
NationalityNetherlands Dutch
BornEdouard Hendrik
(1937-10-06) 6 October 1937 (age 82)
The Hague, Netherlands
Debut season1961
Former teamsRacing Team SAS, Team Radio Veronica, Abarth Corse, Canon Racing Team
Wins74

Edouard (Ed) Swart (born 6 November 1937 in the Hague, the Netherlands) was an active Dutch touring car and sports-prototype racing car driver from 1961 until 1972. He drove for the Abarth works team from 1965 till 1970 in the European FIA Touring Car Challenge and in the European FIA 2.0 L Sports-Prototype Challenge races. He was also a founder of three Dutch racing teams[1] and Clerk of the Course for all the races at Zandvoort including the Formula One Grand Prix from 1974-1981.[1] After his retirement in 1972 he returned to racing again in 1975[2] participating in historic races and some IMSA races in the USA after his immigration to California in 1980.[1] He has raced in many different race car types (50) including touring cars, sports and prototype cars, Can-Am cars, Formula Atlantic, Formula 2, Formula 5000 and Formula One cars.[2] From 1961 till 2016 he participated in 500+ pro and historic race weekends on 87 different race tracks in Europe, South Africa, United States, South America, Australia and Canada.[3] In 2010 he was invited to join and is a current member of the RRDC (Road Racing Drivers Club),[3] and in 2012 was inducted into the SVRA Hall of Fame.[4]

Swart married Sally Stokes, a former girlfriend of Jim Clark.[5]

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Teams

  • Racing Team SAS - with 10 drivers 1963-1969 in Fiat Abarth cars[6]
  • Racing Team Radio Veronica - with 16 drivers 1970-1973 in Alfa Romeo –Fiat Abarth – Chevron cars[6]
  • Canon Racing Team - with eight drivers 1971-1972 in Chevron cars[6]

References

  1. ^ a b c "Ed Swart | The Road Racing Drivers Club". www.rrdc.org. Retrieved 2016-11-21.
  2. ^ a b "Ed Swart". www.racehistorie.nl. Retrieved 2017-02-04.
  3. ^ a b "Ed Swart | The Road Racing Drivers Club". www.rrdc.org. Retrieved 2017-02-04.
  4. ^ "2012 SVRA Hall of Fame Inductees Announced". Svra.com. Retrieved 2017-11-03.
  5. ^ http://www.motorsportmagazine.com/archive/article/july-2009/41/i-only-have-golden-memories-jimmy
  6. ^ a b c "Ed Swart". Racehistorie.nl. Retrieved 2017-11-03.
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