Ricardo Londoño-Bridge (8 August 1949 – 18 July 2009) was a racing driver from Colombia.
He had an unremarkable international career apart from his one attempt at Formula One in the 1981 Brazilian Grand Prix with Ensign.
Londoño was the first racing driver from Colombia to participate in a Formula One race weekend.
Born in Medellín, he raced in stock car and motorcycle speed championships until the 1970s and claimed many victories.
Londoño left for the United States in 1979 and took part in IMSA GT Championship races.
The following year, he placed seventh overall in the 24 Hours of Daytona and twelfth in the Can-Am standings.
Londoño received support from coffee growing and drug trafficking and this enabled him to compete in the season-closing British Formula One Championship at Silverstone where he finished seventh.
Despite his inexperience, he was selected by Ensign to compete in the 1981 Brazilian Grand Prix mainly for financial purposes.
Londoño took part in the Grand Prix's acclimatisation session and recorded fast lap times before hitting Keke Rosberg and was thus not granted a super licence by the Fédération Internationale du Sport Automobile.
He was therefore dismissed from the Ensign team.
Londoño's illegal support enabled him to race in three Formula Two events in 1981 with the Docking-Spitzey Team-Toleman and took a best result of ninth at the Pau Grand Prix.
Despite the arrest of several of his sponsors which prevented him from participating in the 1982 Can-Am season, he continued to drive in the IMSA GT Championship until 1986 when he withdrew from motor racing.
Londoño subsequently returned to Colombia and carried out illegal activities related to drug trafficking.
A majority of his property was seized by the Colombian courts in December 2000 and he was murdered nine years later.