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John MacDonald (racing driver)

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John MacDonald (born 27 May 1936 in Worcester) is a racing car driver and a motor-cycle racer of Hong Kong. He was originally from England, where he started his career racing motorcycles, then cars until he served at the National service.[1] He then lived in Hong Kong and raced as a competitor of Hong Kong, where he owned a garage business. He is best known as the most successful driver in the Macau Grand Prix during the early 1970s.

He is the only person to have won all the international races of Macau; Macau Grand Prix (1965, 1972,[2] 1973[3] and 1975), Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix (1969) and Guia Race (1972). He is also the winner of the most Macau Grand Prix competitions, with 4 wins, and the first winner of the Guia Race in 1972.

In addition to his Macau victories, MacDonald won the Malaysian Grand Prix four times. He also won the 1976 Indonesian Grand Prix

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  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-03-03. Retrieved 2009-10-12.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ "520 entries". New Straits Times. 1973-11-16. Retrieved 2010-10-16.
  3. ^ "Sports in brief". Bangor Daily News. 1973-11-19. Retrieved 2010-10-16.
Sporting positions
Preceded by
Albert Poon
Macau Grand Prix
Winner

1965
Succeeded by
Mauro Bianchi
Preceded by
Hiroshi Hasegawa
Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix
Winner

1969
Succeeded by
Benny Hidajat
Preceded by
Jan Bussell
Macau Grand Prix
Winner

1972 - 1973
Succeeded by
Vern Schuppan
Preceded by
Vern Schuppan
Macau Grand Prix
Winner

1975
Succeeded by
Vern Schuppan
Preceded by
none
Guia Race winner
1972
Succeeded by
Peter Chow
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