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Alec Francis Rivers Fletcher

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1941. Alec Francis Rivers Fletcher at the wheel

Alec France Rivers Fletcher (c1912-1999), A.M.I.Prod.E., A.M.Inst.B.E., M.C.I.M., M.I.P.R.

1912 Born in Whetstone

1935 Founder and first Secretary of the E.R.A. Club

1937-39 Chairman of ERA

1946 on: raced H.R.G., M.G., Bugatti and Cooper cars, winning events at Silverstone, Prescott, Snetterton, Stapleford, Brunton, Tempsford, Grandsden Lodge, etc.

1949 Public Relations Officer, the Owen Organization, Oxford Circus, London, W.1.

1999 Obituary.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Brooklands Society Gazette Vol 24. No 3. 1999