Shots of the famous and not so famous
photo credits: John E Kelley, Dave Nicholas, Michael Eaton, Dave Zych, Spankey Smith, Gordy Ruston, Rich Rea

BARC home       drivers A-B      drivers C-D      drivers EFG      drivers H-I      drivers JKL      drivers M      drivers NOPQ      drivers S      drivers T-Z
Handsome Peter Revson
was taken far too early.
Here is in in 1973
Clay Regazzoni with Mario Andretti at the USGP in 1979.
A DNF in his Williams
Harry Reynolds 2006.  Any day now his book F III bombshells will be published Reynolds claims he never had a hot dog in his life... we know better   Paul Richards, one of
the finest small bore drivers
in the 50's & 60's
Art Riley took his Volvo's
everywhere.  Especially known
for his P-1800's
Millard Ripley and Spankey
in the Bobsy-Porsche at Dubois 1964
L-R Ripley, Ted Mayer, Tim Mayer and Bob Bucher at Cumberland in 1960   Rodriguez Brothers do not
look happy with the rain at
Sebring in 1959
Ricardo, the younger brother
laughs with mechanic of his
Formula Jr
Pedro won in GP and
Sports Cars before being
killed in 1971
Bertil Roos of Sweden had 1 drive in F1 but returned to the
US to found his driving school
Ted Rounds in the Stickely twin cam at Cumberland, MD 1960 Rounds in the Sebring A at Watkins Glen in 1959