JIM HALL: Hall at the wheel of an early Chaparral 2, the car he and Hap Sharp won the 1965 Sebring 12 hour. Hall’s successes are many, here is a link to an excellent article; http://www.grandprixhistory.org/hall_bio.htm
AL HOLBERT: Bob’s son followed his father as a great driver of Porsches among others. Three time winner of LeMans and Daytona and 5 time IMSA champ. Holbert drove NASCAR and Indy cars and won in CanAm. His life was cut short in an airplane accident in 1988. Holbert was 44.. https://autoweek.com/article/imsa/racing-world-remembers-al-holbert-30-years-after-his-tragic-death
ED HUGUS: Ed Hugus (in car) and Allan Connell with their Ferrari at Sebring in 1961. Hugus was the epitome of the gentleman driver. A paratrooper in WWII he was one of the “greatest generation”. Hugus won LeMans with Masten Gregory and Jochen Rindt. Hugus was also a partner with Carroll Shelby in making the Cobras. But that’s a story for another time. https://www.sportscarmarket.com/news/obituary-for-le-mans-winner-ed-hugus
DENNY HULME: Bruce McLaren’s New Zealand mate and team driver. Hulme won the F1 World Championship for Brabham in 1967. Then and won two CanAm championship with McLaren. For more http://www.grandprixhistory.org/hulme_bio.htm
JACKIE ICKX” Another of his generation that could drive and win in everything. Six wins at leMans, 8 grand prix victories and even a win at the Dakar rally. An aloof man who did things HIS way. Famous for refusing to run to his GT-40 at LeMans but walked to the car, buckled up and then won the race.
INNES IRELAND: Innes was a bon vivant/playboy of the first order. He also won the Lotus factory team its first F1 race at Watkins Glen in 1961. Ireland won many sports car and saloon races. For a nice history of Ireland, go to https://www.motorsportmagazine.com/archive/article/december-1993/29/very-fine-fellow