Francis Richard Henry Penn Curzon, 5th Earl Howe, CBE, PC, VD (1 May 1884, Mayfair, London – 26 July 1964, Amersham, Buckinghamshire) was a British naval officer, Member of Parliament, and motor racing driver and promotor. He entered several pre-war Grands Prix, won the 1931 24 Hours of Le Mans with Tim Birkin, and later served as both the President of the British racing Drivers Club (BRDC) and as Vice-President of the CSI, the FIA's governing body for motor sport at the time. He was also on the organizing committee for the British Grand Prix during its early years.

His daughter, Lady Sarah Curzon, was married to driver Piers Courage until his death at the 1970 Dutch Grand Prix.

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