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Bentley Boys (act. 1919–1931) by unknown photographer, 1929 [Bentley Boys (act. 1919–1931) [left to right]: André d'Erlanger, Woolf Barnato (1895-1948), Sir Henry Birkin (1896-1933), Jack Dunfee (1901-1975), Glen Kidston (1899-1931), Joseph Benjafield (1887-1957), Jean Chassagne, and Frank Clement (1886-1970)] image provided by Bentley Motors Ltd.

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Bentley Boys (act. 1919–1931), racing drivers, were a team of motoring enthusiasts who achieved remarkable fame as drivers on the racetrack and as playboys off the track during the 1920s. They attained the climax of their collective career between 1927 and 1930 when they won four consecutive victories in the 24 hour race at ...

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Walter Owen Bentley (1888–1971) by unknown photographer, 1969 ? reserved; collection Science & Society Picture Library; photograph National Portrait Gallery, London

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Bentley, Walter Owen (1888–1971), designer and racer of motor cars, was born on 16 September 1888 at 78 Avenue Road, Hampstead, London, the youngest in the family of six sons and three daughters of Alfred Bentley, retired businessman of London, and his wife, ...

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Boddy, (Charles) William [Bill] (1913–2011), motor sport journalist and editor, was born on 22 February 1913 at 57 Radbourne Road, Clapham, London, the son of William Arthur Boddy (1885–1917), printer's manager, and his wife, Lillian Bessie, née Banning (1886–1930), originally from Wales. His father was killed in ...

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Brabham, Sir John Arthur [Jack] (1926–2014), engineer, racing driver, and car designer, was born on 2 April 1926 in Hurstville, a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, the only son of Thomas Brabham, greengrocer, and his wife, May. He left ...

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Burns, Richard Alexander (1971–2005), rally driver, was born on 17 January 1971 at the Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, the first of two children born to Alexander Kenmir (Alex) Burns, computer manager, and his wife, Denise Ann, née Pettafor. He was brought up in ...

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Donald Malcolm Campbell (1921–1967) by Peter Keen, 1956 ? Peter Keen; collection National Portrait Gallery, London

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Campbell, Donald Malcolm (1921–1967), land and water speed record-holder, was born on 23 March 1921 at Canbury, Kingston Hill, Surrey, the only son and younger child of Sir Malcolm Campbell (1885–1948), racing motorist, and his second wife, Dorothy Evelyn, daughter of Major William Whittall...

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Campbell, Sir Malcolm (1885–1948), holder of land and water speed records, was born on 11 March 1885 at Chislehurst, Kent, the only son and elder of two children of William Campbell (d. 1920), diamond merchant, of Cheapside, and his wife, Ada Westerton...

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Sir Malcolm Campbell (1885–1948) by unknown photographer [in Blue Bird] ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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James Clark (1936–1968) by unknown photographer, 1965 ? Science & Society Picture Library; photograph National Portrait Gallery, London

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Clark, James [Jim] (1936–1968), racing driver, was born in Kilmany, Fife, on 4 March 1936, the only son and fifth child of James Clark, farmer, and his wife, Helen Rorie Niven. Educated at Loretto School, Edinburgh, he left at sixteen and went to work on the family sheep farm on the borders. Like many farmers' sons he was at home with machinery and handling cars off the road long before he was old enough to take a driving test. Another border farmer, his older brother-in-law ...

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Clark, Roger Albert (1939–1998), rally driver and businessman, was born at 176 Leicester Road, Enderby, Leicestershire, on 5 August 1939, the eldest son of Joseph Clark, garage proprietor, and his wife, Cicerly Mary, née Branson. After leaving Hinckley grammar school in the late 1950s with five O-levels and a keen interest in sport, ...

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John Rhodes Cobb (1899–1952) by Harold Tomlin, 1934 ? National Portrait Gallery, London