Karl Jochen Rindt was a German-born racing driver who represented Austria during his career. In 1970, he was killed during practice for the Italian Grand Prix and became the only driver to be posthumously awarded the Formula One World Drivers' Championship.
Beside his racing career, he organized the first ever racing and sports car show in the German-speaking world. The Jochen Rindt Show was first held in Vienna in 1965 and continued under his name in Austria until 1977 and in Germany until 1980.
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