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Kenny Brack

Kenny Brack, 2002, Montreal. Copyright Francois Belley (www.photoF1.com), 2010. Used with permission.

Kenny Brack, 2002, Montreal. Copyright Francois Belley (www.photoF1.com), 2010. Used with permission.

Kenny Brack, Goodwood Festival of Speed, 26th July 2016. Copyright, Gergely Gabris, 2016. Used with Permission.

Kenny Brack, Goodwood Festival of Speed, 26th July 2016. Copyright, Gergely Gabris, 2016. Used with Permission.

Born:

21 Mar 1966
Arvika

Nationality:

Sweden

F3000 starts:

25 (1994-1996)

Indy 500s:

6 (1997-2005)

After Formula 3000, Brack moved to America to race in the IRL, winning the title in 1998. Moved to Champ Cars in 2000 with Rahal but went back to the IRL, where, in 2003, he suffered a huge crash, in which he was lucky to live. He made a full but slow recovery, with only one-off drives, but one of these, was a very welcome return to Indianapolis in 2005. Kenny then made the decision to quit racing after that, and initially moved to Belgium. He now lives in England, where he wrote music with his band Brack. He now is involved in a driver academy, works with McLaren as a test and development driver for their sportscars and worked closely for some years with Marcus Ericsson. In 2009, he won a gold medal at the X Games in the rally event. Continues to compete in rallies, and more recently, and very successfully, historic racing. Kenny did an interview for this website and it can be found here; www.oldracingcars.com/drivers/interview/Kenny-Brack/

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Biography last updated 27 Jul 2018