Reiko Megumi

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Reiko Megumi
Nationality Flag of Japan svg.png Japan
Born 19 November 1972
Hiroshima, Japan
Former Teams Ligier
Races 35 (35 starts)
Championships 0
Victories 0
Podiums 0
Points 1
Pole Positions 0
Fastest Laps 0
First Race 1995 F1RGP2C Brazilian Grand Prix
First Victory N/A
Last Victory N/A
Last Race 1997 F1RGP2C Japanese Grand Prix
Best Finish 15th - 1995 (1 point)


Megumi in 1996

Reiko Megumi (born as Reiko Asano on November 19, 1972 in Hiroshima, Japan) is a female racing driver that competed in F1RGP2C.

She is well-known for competing in the F1RGP2C for Ligier, bringing Mugen-Honda engines with her. She has also garnered large amounts of criticism for her erratic driving and her tendency to collide with other drivers. This was so bad that she received one race ban and disqualification after 1996 F1RGP2C Argentine Grand Prix for dangerous driving towards James Davies, resulting in penalty system being enacted mid-1996. Her driving behavior has calmed down since, although she only scored once in the controversial 1995 F1RGP2C Pacific Grand Prix.

Currently, she occasionally observes the F1RMGP WEC and has a sister named Yui, who is racing in Rejects of LFS.

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