Eduardo "Eddie" de Carvalho (born circa 1908 in Hong Kong, died circa 1980 in Sydney, Australia) was a Portuguese racing driver. Raised in Portugal, the wealthy Carvalho was a keen equestrian in his youth, and was briefly a spy during World War II. He moved to Macau in the 1930s, and was one of the first drivers in South East Asia. He won the first Macau Grand Prix in 1954, which led to drives in Formula 1, first in the 1955 Singapore Grand Prix, then the championship 1956 Thai Grand Prix, for which he failed to qualify.
Complete Alternate Formula One results
(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; Races in italics indicate fastest lap)
|1956||Theodore Yip||Aston Martin AM-04||Jaguar JFE-2 4.5 V12||MON||FRA||BEL||GER||GDR||IRL||SCO||GBR||ITA|| THA