Robert "Bob" Lazier (born December 22, 1938 in Minneapolis, Minnesota), is an American former race car driver. He raced in the CART series in 1981 and was CART's Rookie of the Year. He had fourth-place finishes at Watkins Glen and Mexico. Lazier also competed in the 1981 Indianapolis 500, finishing 19th after a blown engine caused him to retire the Penske PC-7 after 154 laps. He is married to wife Diane and the father of both 1996 Indianapolis 500 champion Buddy Lazier and Indy Racing League driver Jaques Lazier.
Lazier built the Tivoli Lodge in Vail, Colorado in 1968, where he still resides.
American Open Wheel racing results
|1981||Fletcher Racing||Penske PC-7||Ford Cosworth DFX V8 (t/c)||PHX
|1981||Penske PC-7||Ford Cosworth DFX V8 (t/c)||13||19||Fletcher Racing|
|1982||Eagle 80||Ford Cosworth DFX V8 (t/c)||DNQ||Wysard Racing|
- Hausermann, Dick (2002-11-27). "The Laziers – Vail's fastest residents". Vail Daily. Retrieved 2010-01-25.
- "Mears Wins Wild One". Daytona Beach Morning Journal. Associated Press. 1981-10-05. Retrieved 2010-01-25.
- "Mears Does It Again". Reading Eagle. 1981-10-19. Retrieved 2010-01-25.
- "Scoreboard: Auto Racing – Indy". The Bulletin. 1981-05-25. Retrieved 2010-01-25.
- "Oliver Wins Can-Am Event; Andretti Ends Long Slump". Sarasota Herald-Tribune. Associated Press. 1974-07-15. Retrieved 2010-01-25.
- Stoner, Edward (2006-03-31). "New face, same family at Tivoli Lodge". Vail Daily. Retrieved 2010-01-25.
|CART Rookie of the Year
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