Maurice "Mauri" Rose (MORE-ee; born May 26, 1906 in Columbus, Ohio, United States – died January 1, 1981 in Royal Oak, Michigan, United States) was a United States driver who was a three-time winner of the Indianapolis 500, in 1941, 1947 and 1948. Despite his obvious driving skill, he preferred to be known as an engineer. He was most proud of creating a device to assist amputees in driving.

His two World Championship appearances came in the 1950 and 1951 Indianapolis 500s, in which he scored one third place and one retirement. After the 1951 race, he retired from driving and became a full-time engineer.

Formula One CareerEdit

Formula One Statistical OverviewEdit

Formula One RecordEdit

Year Entrant Team WDC Points WDC Pos.
1950 Keck/Offenhauser Deidt-Offenhauser 4 12th
1951 Pennzoil Deidt-Offenhauser 0 NC

Career StatisticsEdit

Entries 2
Starts 2
Pole Positions 0
Front Row Starts 1
Race Wins 0
Podiums 1
Fastest laps 0
Points 4
Laps Raced 263
Distance Raced 1058 km (657 mi)
Races Led 1
Laps Led 15
Distance Led 60 km (37 mi)

Career ResultsEdit

Complete Formula One results
Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Pts Pos
1950 Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of Monaco 48-star U S flag Flag of Switzerland Flag of Belgium Flag of France Flag of Italy 4 12th
1951 Flag of Switzerland 48-star U S flag Flag of Belgium Flag of France Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of Germany Flag of Italy Flag of Spain 1945 1977 0 NC

Symbol Meaning Symbol Meaning
1stWinner Ret Retired
2ndPodium finish DSQ Disqualified
3rd DNQ Did not qualify
5thPoints finish DNPQ Did not pre-qualify
14thNon-points finish TD Test driver
NCNon-classified finish (<90% race distance) DNS Did not start
ItalicsScored point(s) for Fastest Lap [+] More Symbols


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