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EX Formula 1 driver Al Pease passes away

Al Pease during the 1967 Canadian GP Victor 'Al' Pease, a motor racing driver from Canada, has passed away. Born in Darlington, England, Paese participated in three Formula 1 World Championship Grands Prix, making his debut at the 1967 Canadian Grand Prix. He holds the unfortunate distinction of being the only competitor ever to be disqualified from a Formula 1 World Championship race - the 1969 Canadian Grand Prix - for being too slow. Pease was black-flagged after a series of on-track incidents, the last involving Matra driver Jackie Stewart, in which Matra owner Ken Tyrrell protested to the officials. Despite the brief duration of his Formula 1 career, Pease was highly successful in...
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