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Published on Apr 27, 2017
John Fitzpatrick was one of the best Porsche drivers of his era. He began his career driving Touring cars in the British Saloon Car Championship and European Touring Car Championship, winning the BSCC in 1966. First it was Minis, then Ford Anglias and Escorts. In the 1970’s Fitz continued to be one of Europe's busiest professional drivers and became renowned for his expertise at driving the German machines racing in Porsches for Kremer and Georg Loos and in Touring Cars for Ford and BMW, and steadily clocking up wins and podiums.
Fitzpatrick had a driving career spanning 22 years and competed on many of the most famous circuits in the most iconic race cars of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s alongside co-drivers such as David Hobbs, Brian Redman, Tom Walkinshaw, Dick Barbour, Peter Gregg, Jochen Mass, and Bob Wolleck.