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Archie Scott-Brown


William Archibald Scott-Brown, known as Archie, (born May 13, 1927, Paisley, Renfrewshire - died May 19, 1958, Heusy, Belgium) was a Scottish Formula One driver. He participated in 1 grand prix, debuting on July 14, 1956. He scored 0 championship points.

Archie Scott Brown (although often shown as Scott-Brown, the name is not hyphenated) was born in 1927. As a result of German Measles durin his mother's pregnancy, Archie was born with severe disablement to his legs and right arm.

Tremendous determination and several operations meant that Archie was able to lead a normal life. He took up motor sport and his name became closely linked with that of Brian Lister who built sports racing cars bearing his name. Archie enjoyed much success driving Lister Jaguars.

He was killed in an accident in sports car racing at Spa-Francorchamps on 19 May 1958.

Complete Formula One results

Yr Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Team
1956 Conn ARG MON IND BEL FRA GBR DEU ITA Conn