|First race||British Grand Prix||Aintree||July 18, 1959||Race results|
|Last race||Italian Grand Prix||Monza||September 10, 1961||Race results|
Henry Taylor started off in speedway before switching to Formula 3 in 1954 where he soon made an impression. He won the Formula Two championships in 1955 and 1956 as well as establishing himself in sports car racing in a Jaguar D-type.
His break in Formula One came in 1959, but in eight starts his best result was a fourth in France in 1960 (although he did record two Formula Junior wins that year). In 1961 he crashed in the wet on the fifth lap of the British Grand Prix at Aintree, retiring soon after. He moved to rallying, driving the Ford Cortina on its rally debut, retiring from that in 1965. He subsequently became Ford's competition manager before retiring to the south of France where he ran a boat business.
He was a leading bobsleigher in the 1950s - in 1956 he won the Fairchilds Morgan Cup on the Cresta Run. In 1959 he piloted the British team to fourth in the world championships. He also once organised for a group of Ford Cortinas to drive down a bobsleigh course, leading the way himself.
Poles apart (April 26, 2013)
Von Trips leads home Ferrari trio (July 15, 1961)
Brabham wins as Hill takes the plaudits (July 16, 1960)
- Brabham wins again as rear engine powered cars dominate (July 3, 1960)