Lewis-Evans, Stuart PDF Print E-mail

Stuart Lewis-Evans


  
Nation: Great-Britain
DOB: 20 April 1930
Deceased:25 October 1958 (Fatal Accident Ain Diab)
 in hospital six days after race accident
Grand Prix entered:14
Grand Prix started:14
World Championships: 0
Wins: 0
Poles: 2
Podiums: 2
Fastest laps:0
Points: 16
First Race:1957-05-19 Monte Carlo, Connaught
Last Race:1958-10-19 Ain Diab Casablanca, Vanwall
 (Fatal Accident)
  
YearTeamStartsPointsChampionship
      
1958Vanwall811 9
1957 Connaught, Vanwall6 512
     

Stuart Lewis-Evans (born 1930, Luton, Bedfordshire - died 1958, East Grinstead, Sussex) was a Formula One driver from England. He participated in 14 grands prix, debuting on May 19, 1957. He achieved 2 podiums, and scored a total of 16 championship points. He also secured 2 pole positions.

Lewis-Evans died in hospital of burn injuries six days after crashing heavily at the dusty Ain-Diab circuit, where his Vanwall engine seized and sent him lurching into barriers at high speed, igniting his car in flames.

Last Updated on Friday, 16 June 2006 22:06
 

2011 Driver table

  1. 0 Sebastian Vettel 
  2. 0 Fernando Alonso
  3. 0 Mark Webber
  4. 0 Lewis Hamilton

Read more...

2011 Constructors table

  1. 0 RBR-Renault
  2. 0 McLaren-Mercedes
  3. 0 Ferrari
  4. 0 Mercedes GP

Read more...

Need to know

  1. Formula 1 lexicon
  2. Without Traction Control
  3. Logistics of Formula
  4. Rain - adapt to win

Read more...