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Reventlow was born at Winfield House in London , restored by his mother and named for her grandfather Frank Winfield Woolworth.
Reventlow's birth was difficult and his mother almost died during his delivery. As a child, he struggled with respiratory problems and was asthmatic.
Reventlow's parents' marriage, Hutton's second of seven, was tumultuous and did not last; after the couple divorced in , Reventlow became the subject of a bitter custody battle.
In , Reventlow's father was awarded custody until he reached school age, after which his mother would gain custody. Reventlow was largely estranged from his father until the Count's death in In , at age 12, Reventlow was introduced to the world of Grand Prix motor racing when his mother married Prince Igor Troubetzkoy , who won the Targa Florio that year.
In his teenage years, Reventlow's money afforded him the latest in exotic cars, which led to his involvement in motor racing. In Hollywood , Reventlow became friends with fellow auto enthusiast James Dean and competed in club events around California.
On September 30, , he was one of the last people to speak to Dean when they met on their way to an auto race in Salinas, California.
Reventlow said he had coffee with Dean at a restaurant approximately thirty minutes before Dean was killed in an automobile accident near Cholame, California while driving his Porsche Spyder.
Reventlow began his racing career in America in the mids, initially with a Mercedes before moving to an cc Cooper in Along with hired driver Chuck Daigh , the two were initially successful in racing.
They won the majority of major sportscar events they entered, often in competition with the Cunningham team of Lister Jaguars.
Reventlow had looked at buying a Lister Jaguar, but thought that he could build a better car. Daigh drove a Scarab to victory in the Riverside International Grand Prix in California, beating a field of international race car teams, including the world-famous race car driver Phil Hill and the Ferrari Team.
His racing team was much talked about for having built the first Formula One race car in America. Shifting operations overseas to Britain , Reventlow's team had little success racing the Scarab cars in Formula One against the new rear-engine race cars.
He went back to the drawing board and built a competitive prototype Scarab rear-engined car, but had become less interested in racing before its testing was complete.
In , he shut down the operation, leased the California facilities to Shelby, and quit auto racing altogether.