List of motorsports people by nickname

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This is a list of motor sports people by nickname.

Individuals[edit]

A[edit]

Nickname Individual(s) Notes
"The Abruzzi robber" Luigi Fagioli, Italy Grand Prix driver[1]
"The Ace" Ed McCulloch, US drag racer[2]
"Air Canada" Gilles Villeneuve, Canada Formula One driver[citation needed]
"Airwastl" Busty Wolter, Germany Freestyle Motocross rider[3][4]
"Al" Victor "Al" Pease, UK Formula One driver
Elwin Teague, US land speed racer[5]
"Alfalfa Jim" Christian D. Roper, US NASCAR driver[6]
"The Answer To Every Trivia Question" Harry Gant, US NASCAR driver given by Darrell Waltrip as he holds many Busch Series records
"Ardun Doug" Doug King, US nostalgia drag racer[7]
*"Ashkan" Kim Ashkenazi, Australia motorcross rider[8]
"Aspar" Jorge Martínez, Spain motorcycle racer[9]
"Awesome Bill" ("Awesome Bill from Dawsonville") Bill Elliott, US stock car racer [6]

B[edit]

The Blackburn Bullet
Nickname Individual(s) Notes
"B. Bira" Prince Birabongse Bhanutej Bhanubandh Thailand racing driver[10] portmanteau of name
"Babe" Woolf Barnato, UK racing driver[11]
"Baby Face" Jacky Ickx, Belgium racing driver[12]
"The Baby-Faced Assassin" Glenn Seton,Australia racing driver[13]
"Baja Bob" Bob Gordon, US off-road racer[citation needed]
"The Bandit" Harry Gant, US stock car driver
Damien Mulvey, Ireland drifting driver[14]
Named after his longtime sponsor Skoal Bandit
"Banjo" Edwin K. Matthews, US racing mechanic
"The Barefoot Boy From Te Puke" Denny Hulme, NZ racing driver[citation needed]
"Barky" Robert Barkhimer, US midget racer and NASCAR official[citation needed]
"Barney" Bern Oldfield, US racing driver
"The Baron" Jarno Saarinen, Finland motorcycle racer[citation needed]
"Baylisstic" Troy Bayliss, Australia motorcycle racer[15]
"The Bear" Denny Hulme, NZ racing driver[citation needed]
"Beat" Claude Fehr Switzerland racing driver[note 1][16]
"Ben" Reuben Drinkwater, UK motorcycle racer[17]
"Benjy" Dudley Benjafield, UK racing driver
"Beef" Michael Park, UK rally co-driver[citation needed]
"Bergkönig" (German, "King of the Hill") Hans Stuck, Germany racing driver[18] Nicknamed for his innumerous hill climb successes
"Bergmeister" (German, "hill master") Hans-Joachim Stuck, Austria racing driver[19]
"Big Daddy" Don Garlits, US drag racer[20]
"Big Al" Al Unser, Sr., US racing driver[citation needed]
"Big Bear" Ross Brawn, UK team principal and owner[21]
"Big Daddy" Don Garlits, US drag racer[20]
"Big John" John Mazmanian, US drag racer[22]
John Surtees, UK motorcycle racer and Formula One driver[23][24]
"Big Remmo" Remmo Niezen, Netherlands drifting driver[25]
"Big Track Jack" Jack Sprague, US stock car racer driver[6]
"The Bike" Mike Hailwood, UK Formula One driver[26]
"Bill France of Mexico" Michel Jourdain, Sr., Mexico Indy racing driver After being stated that in 2003 to have founded 28 different racing series[27]
"Billy the Kid" Billy Schumacher, US hydroplane driver[28]
"The Blackburn Bullet" Carl Fogarty, UK motorcycle racer
"Black Bart" Bart Markel, US flat track motorcycle racer[29]
"Black Jack" Jack Brabham, Australia Formula One racing driver
"Blackumi" Tommy Suell, JapanUS drifting driver[30]
"The Blade" Michael Rutter, UK motorcycle racer[citation needed]
"Bladerider" James Grimsey, UK drifting driver[citation needed]
"Bladey" James Grimsey, UK drifting driver
"The Blond Blizzard of Virginia" Curtis Turner, US Grand National racer[citation needed]
"The Blue Max" Raymond Beatle, US NHRA Funny Car driver, was often called this nickname because of the name of his car.
"Bo" Barry Seton, Australia racing driver[citation needed]
"Bob" Boris Said, US racing driver[citation needed]
"Bobby Z" Bobby Zoelner, US monster truck driver[citation needed]
"Bomber" Earl F. Balmer, US racing driver[citation needed]
"BonBon" Ben Broke-Smith, UK drifting driver[31]
"Bono" Kevin Manion, US, NASCAR crew chief[6]
"Bootie" Robert Barker, US, NASCAR crew chief[6]
"Boso" Ross Petty, JapanUS drifting driver[32]
"Boss" Seigo Yamamoto, Japan drifting driver[citation needed]
"Bosse" Marcus Grönholm, Finland rally driver
"Bounty Hunter" Connie Kalitta, US drag racer[33]
"Bounty Huntress" Shirley Muldowney, US drag racer (used briefly)[20]
"Buckshot" Roy Jones, US stock car racer driver[6]
"Bradman of Bathurst" Peter Brock, Australia touring car driver[34]
"Brilliant Bob" Robert Wollek, France sportscar racing driver[35]
"Brissou" Brice Izzo, France Freestyle Motocross rider[3]
"Brute Force" John Force, US American drag racer 15 time NHRA Funny Car champion
"Bubba" James Stewart Jr., US Supercross rider[citation needed]
Darrell Wallace Jr., US stock car racer
Don Shobert, US motorcycle racer[citation needed]
"Bubi" (German: The Kid) August Momberger, Germany Grand Prix driver[36]
"Buck" Elzie W. Baker, Sr., US stock car racer[6]
"Buddy" Wylie Baker, Jr., US stock car racer[6]
George Byers, US hydroplane driver[37]
"Buff" Mark Luney, UK drifting driver[citation needed]
"Bugs" Leslie Allen, US dirt track racing driver[citation needed]
"Bugsy" Dick Mann, US motorcycle racer[38]
"The Bulldog" Mike Gascoyne, UK Formula One technical director
"Bunkie" James R. Blackburn, US stock car racer[6]
"Bunny" Carol Burkett, US Funny Car racer[39]
"Bushido" Robbie Nishida, Japan drifting driver[40]
"'Bushmaster" George Shreiber, US drag racer[41]
"Buster" Robert Auton, US stock car racer[42]
"Busty" Sebastian Wolter, Germany Freestyle Motocross rider[3][4]
"Butch" Robert Leitzinger, US racing driver[citation needed]

C[edit]

Il Commendatore (left)

D[edit]

Drift King

E[edit]

F[edit]

G[edit]

H[edit]

I[edit]

The Intimidator

J[edit]

K[edit]

King Richard

K-Dub Kevin windham supercross racer fan favorite.

L[edit]

M[edit]

Mr. Le Mans

N[edit]

O[edit]

P[edit]

Q[edit]

R[edit]

S[edit]

T[edit]

U[edit]

V[edit]

W[edit]

X[edit]

Y[edit]

Z[edit]

Collective[edit]

Pit team[edit]

Brackets indicates represented drivers

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ middle name
  2. ^ pseudonym, in fact his mother's name
  3. ^ used briefly, despised by Shirley
  4. ^ widely used as their surname by the motorsport media
  5. ^ given in reference to his tendency to crash, even during title deciding rounds
  6. ^ despised by Petty's mom, who reportedly remarked, "If we'd wanted him called Dick, we'd have named him Dick."
  7. ^ lightly despised by Attwood
  8. ^ Nicknamed in the IRL pitlane for his sometimes choleric temperament
  9. ^ given to him by CarBoy magazine for his superior skills in drifting
  10. ^ pseudonym
  11. ^ in reference to her profession as one of the "Ring Taxi" drivers
  12. ^ Given for his victory in the 1964 German Grand Prix
  13. ^ Given by Eddie Cheever during a commentary
  14. ^ Given during his time in motorcycle racing
  15. ^ Named after a character of the Jonathan Livingston Seagull novel
  16. ^ taken from the song of the same name which is used as his entrance track
  17. ^ middle name
  18. ^ Given for the amount of successes in enduro events
  19. ^ informal driver name
  20. ^ after the high line he often took through the corner
  21. ^ given as he became the first motorcyclist to be timed at 100 mph
  22. ^ Given for his tendency to crash in his early career
  23. ^ According to a document of Stuttgart's police dated 24 October 1956, he officially adopted "Fritz-Huschke" as first name
  24. ^ insult, due to his reckless driving; became out of use in later career
  25. ^ Short for Jimmy Jack after uncle Jimmy and father "Cactus" Jack.
  26. ^ Given to him by friends at the age of 17, due to his fondness of bling, rarely used
  27. ^ given by manager Keke Rosberg to make it appear media friendly
  28. ^ legally changed name
  29. ^ Given during his time in motorcycle racing
  30. ^ pseudonym, used in a bid to keep his racing activities secret from his families
  31. ^ informal driver name
  32. ^ a literal translation of "John Washing", popularized by David Letterman
  33. ^ Pseudonym
  34. ^ Given for starting style
  35. ^ Childhood nickname
  36. ^ because of his constant retirements (62 in his 97 races, meaning he retired from two out of three races). It was just a local pun that reinforced his given nickname of "Kamikaze".
  37. ^ 1990s nickname, now out of use
  38. ^ 1990s nickname, now out of use
  39. ^ unintentionally given by Emerson Fittipaldi when intending to say "Fucking Hiro!" during a radio call to pit crew
  40. ^ See "The Rat" entry for origin of nickname
  41. ^ used in reference to a former NASCAR division, informally called "Used Cars Division"
  42. ^ pseudonym
  43. ^ given by tifosi during his time at Ferrari
  44. ^ pseudonym
  45. ^ Nicknamed by Mike Hailwood
  46. ^ portmanteau of Made in the USA, adopted from her wrestling ringname during her previous career
  47. ^ in reference to his GM Goodwrench sponsored car, which always was painted black
  48. ^ Legally changed name following disapproval of his baptized name by the fascist government
  49. ^ for winning the Winston Million>
  50. ^ honorary nickname for winning all world titles in three different engine categories
  51. ^ earned in 1991 when he won four consecutive races in September
  52. ^ in reference to his then record 6 victories at the 24-hour race
  53. ^ Given for his victory in the 1964 German Grand Prix
  54. ^ For entertainingly mis-speaking (known as Murrayisms) in the heat of the moment during race commentaries.
  55. ^ Portmanteau of name
  56. ^ Given by the French press
  57. ^ given at his time for Ferrari as well as his strong personality
  58. ^ pseudonym
  59. ^ Given for his prominent buck teeth, later superseded by his "Super Rat" nickname as successes grew.
  60. ^ Given for a combination of his nationality, the national racing colour of his Ferrari, and allusion to Manfred von Richthofen.
  61. ^ named for his beard
  62. ^ For his ability to perform doughnuts, whilst straddling on the driver's door in a style of a rodeo rider.
  63. ^ Same reason as "Rodeo Clown"
  64. ^ In honour of Norifumi Abe, now out of use.
  65. ^ Given as an insult by Nelson Piquet
  66. ^ stepbrother to Michael and Ralf Schumacher
  67. ^ son of Michael
  68. ^ ichi translates as one in Japanese, as written on back of his suit
  69. ^ pseudonym
  70. ^ pseudonym
  71. ^ Officially known as "ABC of France" without Dalmas, due to his lackluster career due to his illness later in his career.
  72. ^ Corvette Racing Le Mans and ALMS factory team.
  73. ^ Given as teammate pairs.
  74. ^ honoured on two occasions of the seven cars for reaching the finish at Nairobi (of the Safari Rally) when all others were stranded on the Mau Escarpment along the western rim of the Great Rift Valley.

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