Talk:Brian Redman

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3 Inches Of Blood bassist?[edit]

This page is linked from their latest album, under his name, but it's not the same person, is it?--Cheezymadman 21:43, 29 July 2006 (UTC)

No. Incidentally, those links have since been changed to link to Brian Redman (musician) instead. DH85868993 (talk) 03:25, 12 May 2011 (UTC)

Extra information[edit]

The following information was provided by User:JamesRedman on August 13 2010. Some of it should probably be worked into the article. DH85868993 (talk) 03:13, 12 May 2011 (UTC)

About Brian Redman

Born: Burnley, Lancashire, Great Britain March 9, 1937 Residence: Vero Beach, Florida USA Married: Since 1962 to Marion Son: James, Daughter in Law, Dawn Lucinda Daughter: Charlotte Started Racing: 1959 with Morris 1000 Traveller Woody

Factory driver for the following teams:

John Wyer Gulf Ford John Wyer Gulf Porsche Dr.Ing h.c.F.Porsche AG SEFAC Ferrari Group 44 Jaguar BMW Motorsport GMBH Proteus Aston Martin

McLaren Racing - F1 Frank Williams DeTomaso - F1 Cooper Car Company - F1 UOP Shadow - F1 BRM - F1 Chevron Haas/Hall Chaparral Lola F5000 Has won the following Championships:

1974, 1975, 1976 U.S. Formula 5000 Champion. Carl Haas/Jim Hall Lola T330/332 1981 IMSA Camel GT Champion, Lola T600 GTP 1970 South African Springbok Champion. Chevron B16/Spyder.

Member World Manufacturers Championship Winning teams:

1968 John Wyer Gulf Ford 1969 Dr.Ing h.c.F.Porsche AG 1970 Chevron (2 Liter Championship)

Currently races in many vintage and historic events.

Has promoted various vintage and historic races, including:

Brian Redman’s Jefferson 500 The Inaugural Nassau Classic Car Festival The Double 50 Porsche Celebration at Watkins Glen Rennsport Reunion I, II, & III Targa 66, a limited membership club for owners of high performance road and race cars.

Represented Merrill Lynch in the Merrill Lynch/Brian Redman Vintage Motorsports Award Series.

Contributing editor to Road & Track and Vintage Motorsports magazine.

Member of the Motorsports Hall of Fame

Life member of the British Racing Drivers Club (BRDC) Member and past president of the Road Racing Driver’s Club (RRDC)