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Kurt Bardi-Barry

b Vienna (Austria), 1938 – d 7 February 1964

Young Austrian who once borrowed Carel's second Porsche (718-202) for a minor event and was also involved in the German F Junior scandal that was laid bare by Richard von Frankenberg.

Bardi-Barry was a close friend to Jochen Rindt. They both founded Ecurie Vienne and travelled Europe in 1963 to contest several F Junior races. While Rindt stood out for his speed, Bardi-Barry was the more successful, gaining a handful of podium places during the season and winning the opening round of the Italian championship at Vallelunga, where Rindt stuck Kurt's old Cooper T59 on pole on his single-seater debut.

Sadly, Kurt was killed in a road accident in February 1964.

Kurt Bardi-Barry during his single spell for the Ecurie Maarsbergen.

Carel and the people in his presence

This section features the stories about the people who were around him while he was alive – his family, his friends, his mechanics, his entourage, his co-drivers, his rivals.