Alan Rees Biography: Alan Brinley Rees is a former British racing driver from Wales. In the 1960s, he competed in three World Championship Grands Prix; however, two of them were in Formula 2 cars.
Alan Rees Biography
Alan Rees Biography: Alan Rees was born on 12 January 1938 in Langstone, Newport, Monmouthshire. In the 1960s, he participated in three World Championship Grands Prix, although two were in Formula 2 cars. He scored no points in the championship. His highest finish came in the 1967 German Grand Prix, where he finished seventh.
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|Date Of Birth||12 January 1938|
|Birth Place||Langstone, Newport, Monmouthshire|
Alan Rees Career
In 1962, Rees drove for the Works Lotus Formula Junior team and won three races before crashing out of the 1000 km sports car race at the Nürburgring. From 1963 to 1968, he competed in Formula Two for the Roy Winkelmann Racing team and frequently defeated senior drivers such as Jackie Stewart and Jochen Rindt.
In 1969, Rees co-founded March Engineering with Max Mosley, Graham Coaker, and Robin Herd; his initials are the “AR” in “March.” After 1971, he moved to Shadow Racing Cars as team principal. He departed Shadow in 1977 to co-found Arrows. In 1996, he and the other remaining founders sold Arrows to Tom Walkinshaw.