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Retired Formula One driver and owner Guy Ligier dies

Guy Ligier, an all-round athlete who went on to a lucrative business career and fame as a Formula One team owner, has died at age 85, French media reported Sunday. Ligier made his F1 debut in the 1966 Monaco Grand Prix as a driver but left that role following the racing death of friend Jo Schlesser in 1968, taking an interest in the business side of racing instead. Ligier moved into...
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August 24, 2015  |  Discuss

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