He was known for being disabled in his right arm and both legs from birth due to German Measles, but was able to lead a normal life after several operations. He took part in the 1956 British Grand Prix in a Connaught, however retiring after 16 laps due to transmission problems.
He was killed in a sports car race at Spa-Francochamps on May 19, 1958.
Legacy[edit | edit source]
The "Archie Scott Brown Centre" at Snetterton Circuit was named in his memory, with a commemorative plaque located outside the facility.
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