Anthony Gordon Dean (July 23, 1932, in Leeds - January 17, 2008, in Leeds) was a former Formula One non-championship driver, who competed in several non-championship races. The British Formula Three Champion of 1965, he competed in various disciplines throughout the 60's, 70's and 80's which included sports car racing, touring car racing, the Can-Am series and various single seat formulae, including non-championship Formula One races. He is known for winning a round of the Can-Am championship in 1970 as a privateer.

His son, Richard, was also a racing driver.

Dean driving BRM P261 leading Mosley and Corner in the Madrid Grand Prix


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Note: Italics donate non-championship entreats.

Year Entrant Team WDC Points WDC Pos.
1969 A.G. Dean BRM Non-championship entry only
1971 A.G. Dean McLaren-Chevrolet Non-championship entry only
1972 A.G. Dean Porsche Non-championship entry only
Brabham-Ford Cosworth
McLaren-Chevrolet
1973 Anglo American Racers Chevron-Chevrolet Non-championship entry only
1974 Anglo American Racers Chevron-Chevrolet Non-championship entry only
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