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Tribute to Dan Gurney, 1931-2018

One of the sport's greatest innovators and free-thinking spirits, as well as a world-class driver who survived and excelled in one of racing's most deadly eras.

Jim Nabors dies aged 87

Jim Nabors, who became one of the most beloved elements of Indianapolis 500 pre-race tradition, has died at his home in Hawaii.

WWII hero and NASCAR HoF inductee Bud Moore dies at age 92

Walter Maynard “Bud” Moore Jr., a decorated veteran of World War II and 2011 inductee to the NASCAR Hall of Fame, died Nov. 27, 2017. He was 92.

Indy 500 car entrant Rolla Vollstedt dies aged 99

Longtime Indianapolis 500 car entrant Rolla Vollstedt, perhaps best remembered for entering Janet Guthrie in the Indy 500, passed away last Sunday in Portland, OR, aged 99.

Former Indy 500 Rookie of the Year Puterbaugh dies aged 81

Bill Puterbaugh, the 1975 Indianapolis 500 Rookie of the Year, died Oct. 9 at his home on the west side of Indianapolis.

Obituary: Maxime Berger, 1989-2017

Former World Superbike rider and European Superstock 600 champion Maxime Berger has died at the age of 28.

Obituary: John Nicholson, 1941-2017

John Nicholson, who made one just grand prix start at Silverstone in 1975 but won two Formula 1 world championships as an engine builder, has died at the age of 75.

Don Nichols, founder of Shadow, dies aged 92

The motorsport world yesterday lost a man whose team produced one crazy racecar and then several sexy ones and employed driving talents such as Peter Revson, George Follmer, Tom Pryce, Alan Jones, Jackie Oliver and Riccardo Patrese.

Angel Nieto succumbs to injuries sustained in traffic accident

Grand Prix motorcycling legend Angel Nieto passed away on Thursday in Ibiza following the traffic accident he was involved in last week. He was 70.

Obituary: Barry Bland, 1946-2017

He was the most modest, understated, calm and seemingly unflappable of men, and that is why Barry Bland, who died on Wednesday at the age of 71, is one of the least-known of the most-influential figures in motorsport over the past four decades.

Terry Chandler succumbs to brain cancer aged 65

Our NHRA correspondent Anne Proffit pays tribute to someone she describes as “the most giving and caring woman in NHRA drag racing”.

Obituary: Eric Broadley, 1928-2017

Eric Broadley, founder of Lola and one of the UK’s most visionary designers and constructors of racing cars, has died at the age of 88.

Obituary: Nicky Hayden, 1981-2017

Nicky Hayden, the 2006 MotoGP champion, has tragically died at the age of 35.

Jim McElreath 1928-2017

Jim McElreath, one of Indy car racing’s tough guys who won several races and despite personal tragedies kept his racing dream alive, has died at the age of 89.

Rally legend and ‘Flying Finn’ Timo Makinen dies

Timo Makinen, one of the original flying Finns of world rallying, has died. He was 79.

Joe Leonard, 1932-2017

Two-time USAC National Champion (Indy car) and 1968 Indy 500 polesitter Joe Leonard died last week after a long battle with health issues including several strokes.

Obituary: Patrick Neve, 1949-2017

As part of a golden wave of European talent in the mid-1970s, Patrick Neve, who died on Monday aged 67, was even hailed by some observers as Belgium’s natural successor to Jacky Ickx.

Obituary: John Surtees, 1934-2017

John Surtees earned a place in the history books as the only man to win World Championships on both two wheels and four, establishing a record that will surely never be matched.

Former Indy car racer Herm Johnson dies aged 63

Herm Johnson, who made 36 Indy car starts between 1979 and 1985, passed away yesterday after reportedly suffering liver and renal failure.

Obituary: Paul Rosche, 1934-2016

Paul Rosche, BMW’s legendary engine wizard for many years and the man behind some of the Munich company’s most successful racing projects, has died at the age of 82.

Obituary: Dr Aki Hintsa, 1958-2016

Dr Aki Hintsa, best known for his years as McLaren’s team physician and a confidante of many top Formula 1 drivers, has died at the age of 58. The Finn had been bravely battling with cancer for some time.

Remembering Safety Team hero, Lon Bromley

Lon J. Bromley epitomized everything that was right about first responders and everything that was right about the CART/Champ Car Safety Team. Anne Proffit, Martyn Thake and David Malsher pay tribute to a deeply good man.

Former Indy car racer Bill Alsup dies

Bill Alsup, who finished runner-up in the 1981 CART Indy car championship, has died following a crane accident near his home in Colorado.

Bryan Clauson succumbs to injuries after Belleville accident

Bryan Clauson, who was seriously injured in a vicious wreck in Saturday night’s Belleville Midget Nationals, has died, it was confirmed on Monday in a press conference at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.