Keith O'dor was a British racing driver from Salisbury who competed in rallying before starting a big career in touring cars. O'dor was killed during a race at the AVUS circuit in Berlin.
He raced under the name O'dor and Odor but the original family name was Ódor. O'dor's father, János Ódor owned Nissan Janspeed Racing Team which competed in BTCC since 1990.
O'dor drove for his father's team Nissan Janspeed Racing Team from 1991 to 1994 winning one race in 1993, before leaving to join BMS Scuderia Italia who ran the Nissan Primeras in the ADAC Super-Tourenwagen-Cup in 1995.
O'dor was in third place until he struck an object causing the Nissan Primera to spin twice then come to a halt. Most driver's managed to avoid the Primera by quickly dodging it but Frank Biela failed to see the Primera and slammed into the right side of the car.
Because of his British background, O'dor had a right hand drive car which was different to other's, This was the cause of the death.
|Keith O'dor's BTCC Record|