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Hitoshi Ogawa (小河等, Ogawa Hitoshi, ; February 15, 1956 – May 24, 1992) was a Japanese racing car driver.[1]

Career

During the 1980s, he competed in several Fuji Grand Champion Series races.[2] Ogawa won the 1989 All Japan Formula 3000 Championship and finished 2nd in the same championship in 1990. In the same year, teaming up with Masanori Sekiya, he won the JAF Grand Prix All Japan Fuji 500km, held at Fuji.[3] In 1992, he won the first round of the World Sportscar Championship in Monza in C1, partnering Geoff Lees.[4]

Death

Ogawa was killed in an accident on lap 27 of an All-Japan Formula 3000 race held at Suzuka in May 1992. Ogawa aimed to overtake Andrew Gilbert-Scott's car on the main straight, but the latter held his position while Ogawa moved slightly to the side. He clipped the rear left wheel and the front of his car became lodged in the rear bodywork. Both went down the straight at speed and went into the gravel trap, which was insufficient in slowing down either car. Gilbert-Scott spun, hit the tyre wall and flipped, landing upside-down. Ogawa went in nose-first, hit a mound in the gravel trap and was launched over the tyre barrier, hitting a high-fence supporting pole. Both cars were wrecked and the race was stopped immediately. As a result of the accident at least one cameraman, several photographers, and Gilbert-Scott all sustained injuries. Ogawa was freed but had suffered severe leg, head and neck injuries and was pronounced dead on the way to hospital.[5]

References

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Aguri Suzuki
Japanese Formula 3000
Champion

1989
Succeeded by
Kazuyoshi Hoshino
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