b Vienna (Austria), 1938 d 7 February 1964
Bardi-Barry was a close friend to Jochen Rindt. They both founded Ecurie Vienne and travelled Europe in 1963 to contest several F Junior races. While Rindt stood out for his speed, Bardi-Barry was the more successful, gaining a handful of podium places during the season and winning the opening round of the Italian championship at Vallelunga, where Rindt stuck Kurt's old Cooper T59 on pole on his single-seater debut.
Sadly, Kurt was killed in a road accident in February 1964.
Kurt Bardi-Barry during his single spell for the Ecurie Maarsbergen.