|Date of Birth||06/06/1923|
|Date of Death||01/08/1959|
|Championships||0 (7th 1959)|
|Previous Teams||Equipe Endeavour|
|Total Entries||0 (0 Starts)|
|Wins||0 (0 in Class)|
Ivor Bueb was a British Saloon Car Championship driver and race winner, having competed in the 1959 season. It is unknown if Bueb would have continued in the championship, as he was killed at a Formula Two meeting in France on the 1st of August 1959.
Bueb's career was dominated by his pursuit of a career in Formula One, when he began competing in Formula Three in 1953. Bueb then obtained several drives in Formula One from 1957, driving for the Cooper Works team. Bueb also competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, taking two victories in 1955 and 1957.
Bueb would only compete in three races before his death in 1959, driving a Jaguar 3.4 litre for Equipe Endeavour. Bueb had been impressive that season, taking three wins from three starts, beating the likes of Roy Salvadori and Gawaine Baillie. Although Bueb died in August that year, his points tally was enough to see him placed seventh in that year's championship, as well as runner up in Class D.
A table containing Ivor Bueb's best results in the BTCC. The figures after the information about the car used indicate Ivor Bueb's best finish at that meeting.
|British Touring Car Championship Record|