1961Stirling Moss won the German Grand Prix from the Ferrari duo of Wolfgang von Trips and Phil Hill. Hill stormed to pole but Jack Brabham led the field away only to crash out on the opening lap. Hill led briefly before Moss surged past and an inspired Von Trips then took the American for second after a long battle.
|Denny Hulme on his way to win the 1967 German Grand Prix.|
1980Vitantonio Liuzzi was born in Locorotondo, Italy. Having won the F3000 championship for Arden in 2004, Liuzzi got his big F1 break for Red Bull Racing in 2005, sharing the no.2 seat with Christian Klien. After Red Bull purchased the defunct Minardi outfit, Liuzzi drove a full season for the re-branded Toro Rosso team in 2006 and 2007. After losing his seat to Sebastian Bourdais in 2008, Liuzzi was signed up as a test driver for Force India in 2009 before securing a full-time drive alongside Adrian Sutil in 2010.
2002Jim Crawford, former Formula One and Indy 500 driver, died at the age of 54. Crawford only competed in two Formula One races in 1975 for Lotus before moving to the United States to drive Champ Cars in the 1980s. Crawford also competed in the 1988 Indianapolis 500, leading eight laps before eventually finishing sixth.
|Jenson Button celebrates his maiden Grand Prix win at the Hungarian Grand Prix.|
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