|Date of Birth||21/05/1969|
|Date of Death||Unknown|
|Début||Race of Champions (1969)|
|Previous Teams||Equipe Arden|
|Total Entries||0 (0 Starts)|
|Wins||0 (0 in Class)|
Poole's career began in the mid-60s, as he entered club events in the British Isles. From this he moved to the European Touring Car Championship, taking part in Division Two for the 1968 season. That year also saw him compete alongside Paddy Hopkirk in the London to Sydney rally, as well as taking on the infamous 24 Hours of Le Mans.
For 1969, Poole bought a Mini Cooper S 970, which would be run under the Equipe Arden banner for the season. After taking five victories from five in Class A, Poole started to be overcome in class, losing out to Laurie Hickman in several races. He returned to the top in Class A in two of the final three meetings, taking the title a round early with victory at Brands Hatch, opting to miss the final race of the season.
Poole moved on to new horizons at the end of the year, as he entered a variety of Endurance races and sports car competions throughout the 1970s.
A table containing Alec Poole's best results in the BTCC. The figures after the information about the car used indicate Alec Poole's finish in each race at that meeting (in their class).
|Alec Poole's BTCC Record|
|1969||Equipe Arden||1st||76||Mini Cooper S 970||bgcolor="#E52525" rowspan="2" style="border-radius:5px; color:white;"|A||1||1||1||1||1||2||2||4||1||1||2||N|