Victor Henry Elford was born in London, UK on 10th June 1935. He started his racing career as a co-driver in rally driving. He started driving in 1961 with a Mini and a DKW and became successful when he switched to a Ford Cortina. In 1967 Elford won the European Rally Championship in a Porsche 911 and in 1968 he won the first ever 24 hour race for Porsche in a 907 at Daytona.
‘Quick Vic’ also won the Targa Florio that year, also in a Porsche. His first appearance for Alfa Romeo was in the 6 hours race at Watkins Glen in 1971, but he did not finish.
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