|1955||Maserati, Ferrari, Vanwall||5||4||0||0||2||6||0||0||7||0||0||0||-|
|First race||Monaco Grand Prix||Monaco||May 21, 1950||Race results|
|Last race||Argentine Grand Prix||Buenos Aires||February 7, 1960||Race results|
This French-born American was one of the extroverts of the 1950s' scene. He was destined to race as his father, and later his mother ran Ecurie Bleue. Harry made his World Championship debut in 1950, but started to make his mark in 1953 when he joined Gordini, and was even more impressive in 1954, driving a Maserati.
He was employed by both Vanwall and Maserati in 1955 and gave the first showing of Vanwall's potential in 1956 when he snapped at the heels of the Ferraris in the French Grand Prix. He also won the non-championship Grand Prix de Caen in a Ferrari in 1956 and was employed as support for Juan Manuel Fangio at Maserati in 1957, before moving to BRM in 1958, taking a career-best second place in the Dutch Grand Prix.
He was driving a private Cooper when he crashed and died in the wet in practice for the Silverstone International Trophy in 1960.
Reproduced from The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Formula One published by Carlton Books