Boris Ivanovsky (Russian Борис Ивановский ) was a Russian auto racing driver.
Boris Ivanovsky belonged to an officer of the bodyguard of Tsar Nicholas II. He had after the outbreak of the Russian Revolution left his country and went into exile in France. But originally from a wealthy home Ivanovsky retained his Russian citizenship and began racing cars in the 1920s.
In 1928, he won an Alfa Romeo 6C 1500S 24- hour race at Spa -Francorchamps in 1929 and the Grand Prix of Ireland. In 1931 he was second overall in the 24- hour race at Le Mans. Ivanovsky began his private Mercedes -Benz SSK and shared the control with the Frenchman Henri Stoffel.