Peter Arundell Biography: Peter Arundell was a British racing driver.
Peter Arundell Biography
Peter Arundell Biography: Peter Arundell was born on 8 November 1933 in Ilford, Essex, England, UK, and died near King’s Lynn, Norfolk, England, UK, on 16 June 2009.
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|Date Of Birth||8 November 1933|
|Birth Place||Ilford, Essex, England, UK|
Peter Arundell Career
Peter Arundell had a spin when competing in Formula Two at Reims-Gueux in 1964, and Richie Ginther struck him hard. Arundell was flung from his car in an accident, which caused him to miss the majority of the 1965 season. Arundell finished third on his comeback in the non-championship South African Grand Prix at East London on January 1, 1966, earning Lotus team manager Colin Chapman a spot in the squad for 1966.