F1 » F1 mourns death of former Lotus team manager Peter Warr


The world of F1 is in mourning following the death of one of the greatest figures in the sport's long history - legendary Lotus team manager Peter Warr

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Morgan Rees

October 06, 2010 1:20 PM

Hopefully Suzuka will remember Peter this weekend, as the first winner of the Japanese GP (in a Lotus 23b).

There's one hell of an F1 team up there now with the best designer, the two best ever drivers, and now a manager to run them all.

Thank you for all you gave to F1 at it's finest.

Adie - Unregistered

October 06, 2010 5:37 PM

It is a pity Richard that crash deleted the comment I was referring to but did not state that the offending post had been removed.You are quite right however,the anonymity of the internet does bring out those with a strange moral code!

Morgan Rees

October 06, 2010 5:53 PM
Last Edited 1533 days ago

hear hear richard to all of yours.

Clive Chapman observed that, as well as managing the team, the sponsors and the drivers, he also managed his FATHER. No mean feat.

Edited due to sick people out there.

richard

October 06, 2010 6:36 PM
Last Edited 1533 days ago

my second post also got two disagrees. if there is someone who has a reason to disagree , why dont you have the guts to state your reasons!

edited. now three!

graham Bush - Unregistered

October 09, 2010 1:05 PM

I was very saddened to hear of the death of Peter Warr, i only discovered a few years ago that he was my mothers cousin, we met a few times while partaking in a mutual passion clay pigeon shooting, may he rest in peace, my condolences to the family.

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