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Thomas Alastair Sutherland Ogilvie Mathieson

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Thomas Alastair Sutherland Ogilvie Mathieson (1908-12 Oct 1999 France), aka "T.A.S.O." Mathieson

1908 July 25th. Born in Glasgow the son of Thomas Ogilvie Mathieson

Educ: Harrow.

Served apprenticeship in John I. Thornycroft works at Basingstoke, 1930-33; Alexander Mathieson and Son 1934-38

1930 Began racing at Brooklands in a one-make Lagonda meeting

1955 His last race was at Brands Hatch in a San Remo Maserati

1959 Director, H.R.G. Engineering Co since 1949. b: July 25, 1908, Glasgow.

1994 Bio notes.[1]

He is the author of a number of books, including 'Grand Prix Racing 1906-1914'

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Brooklands Reunion Programme. 1994/06/26