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Graham Duxbury (born 1 December 1954) is a South African racing driver, business man and motorsport commentator. Duxbury won the South African National Drivers Championship in 1982 engineered by Ken Howes, initially driving a March 78B, before taking delivery of a ground effect March 822. He won the Daytona 24 Hours in 1984 driving for Kreepy Krauly Racing, an all-South African team in a March 83G-Porsche again engineered by Howes. He shared the win with Sarel van der Merwe and Tony Martin.[1][2]

In 2019, Duxbury was inaugurated into the South African Hall of fame, joining South African National Drivers Champions, Ian Scheckter and Wayne Taylor who have previously been honoured.

He is the chief executive officer of Duxbury Networking, a South African-based Specialist Networking Distributor.


  1. ^ Jones, Robert F., Kleaning Up At Daytona: A trio of South Africans krauled mighty kwickly in the 24 Hours, Sports Illustrated, 13 February 1984, retrieved 2010-05-04
  2. ^ 24 Hours of Daytona results Archived 25 January 2010 at the Wayback Machine, Motorsports Etc., retrieved 2010-05-04