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Peter Gregg

U.S.A.
Date of birth:May 4, 1940
Place of birth:New York
Died:December 16, 1980
Place of death:Jacksonville, Florida
Races entered:28
Wins:11
Podiums:16
Race win percentage:3.57%
(the above statistics are a summary of the data currently available on the Career details page.)

Racing career highlights


IMSA Camel GT champion in the GTU class 1978.
Third in Le Mans 24h - Group 6 +2.0 1978.
SCCA Trans-Am champion 1974.
Third in Watkins Glen 6 Hours 1974.
SCCA Trans-Am champion 1973.

Racing career summary


The following numbers are a summary of the more detailed information available in the Career details. Seasons spanning over two years (for example 2009-10 championships) have their race results accounted for in the year the championship ends (2010 in the previous example).

1980 4 races. 0 wins. 1 podium. 0 pole positions. ? fastest race laps.
1979 3 races. 1 win. 1 podium. 0 pole positions. ? fastest race laps.
1978 1 race. 9 wins. 10 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
1977 1 race. 1 win. 1 podium. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
1974 1 race. 0 wins. 1 podium. 0 pole positions. ? fastest race laps.
1973 2 races. 0 wins. 0 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
1972 6 races. 0 wins. 1 podium. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
1970 3 races. 0 wins. 0 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.
1968 4 races. 0 wins. 1 podium. 0 pole positions. ? fastest race laps.
1967 3 races. 0 wins. 0 podiums. 0 pole positions. 0 fastest race laps.




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This profile page was last modified 2014-01-25 04:52:53 by Mark Alan Jones
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