Peter Agg (11 April 1929 - 2 March 2012) was the leader of the Trojan Formula 1 Team.

He moved from the family wine business into importing scooters during the 1950s, leading to reviving the moribund pre-war Trojan marque to build bubblecars.

In 1959, the Trojan business was sold to him and in 1974, they entered 8 F1 races and started 6. Its driver was the Australian Tim Schenken, who had a best finish of 10th in Belgium and Austria.

Peter stayed involved with the car and bike world (Peter managed the Suzuki team and was a huge help to Barry Sheene), and attended many Trojan events in his role as patron, in which role he remained until his death. Charlie, his son, is a historic racer.

Career History[edit | edit source]

Years Team Job Title
1974 Trojan Team Principal
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