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Tom Threlfall

Tom Threlfall. Supplied with the permission of the Society of Automotive Historians, 2018. Originally from the Threlfall family to the SoAH.

Tom Threlfall. Supplied with the permission of the Society of Automotive Historians, 2018. Originally from the Threlfall family to the SoAH.

Born:

12 Dec 1934
Stourbridge, Worcestershire

Died:

09 Feb 2016
Compton, Winchester, Hampshire

Nationality:

Great Britain

F2 starts:

0 (1960)

Rose up the ranks of Formula Junior, but it his club and historic racing legacy that was his defining influence on the sport. His biggest and longest association with the sport was via the VSCC (Vintage Sports Car Club), serving as President of the Vintage Sports-Car Club from 1981-1984, having previously served as Editor of the Bulletin, 1973-1979, and was also winner of the Lycett Memorial Trophy on four occasions, in 1978, 1979, 1982 and 1983. Tom also competed in hillclimbs. Sadly died, peacefully at home, from a brain tumour.

Biography last updated 9 Jan 2017