Graham Duxbury

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Graham Duxbury (born 1 December 1954) is a South African racing driver, business man, and motorsport commentator. Duxbury won the South African National Drivers Championship in 1982 engineered by Ken Howes driving initially a March 78B before taking delivery of a ground effect March 822. He won the Daytona 24 Hours in 1984 driving for Kreepy Krauly Racing, an all-South African team in a March 83G-Porsche again engineered by Howes. He shared the win with Sarel van der Merwe and Tony Martin.[1][2]

He is the Chief Executive Officer of Duxbury Networking, a South African based Specialist Networking Distributor.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jones, Robert F., Kleaning Up At Daytona: A trio of South Africans krauled mighty kwickly in the 24 Hours, Sports Illustrated, 13 February 1984, Retrieved 2010-05-04
  2. ^ 24 Hours of Daytona results, Motorsports Etc., Retrieved 2010-05-04