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Les Leston


16 December 1920 (100)
Henry Taylor (16 December 1932)


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12th (1957 British Grand Prix)
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1956 Italian Grand Prix
1957 British Grand Prix

about Les Leston

Alfred Lazarus Fingleston (16 December 1920 – 13 May 2012), better known as Les Leston, was a British racing driver, born in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire.

source: Wikipedia


1956, 1957,

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teams & teammates

season teammate
1956 Piero Scotti
Jack Fairman
Desmond Titterington
Archie Scott Brown
Ron Flockhart
Connaught compare 1956
1957 Jack Brabham
Mike MacDowel
Roy Salvadori
Bob Gerard
Tony Marsh
Brian Naylor
Dick Gibson
Paul England
Ron Flockhart
Herbert MacKay-Fraser
Jack Fairman
Cooper compare 1957


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