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3 February 1920
29 July 2013 (93)
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about Tony Gaze

Frederick Anthony Owen "Tony" Gaze, (3 February 1920 – 29 July 2013) was an Australian fighter pilot and racing driver. He flew with the Royal Air Force in the Second World War, was a flying ace credited with 12.5 confirmed victories (11 and 3 shared), and later enjoyed a successful racing career in the UK, Europe and Australia.


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1952 Stirling Moss
Lance Macklin
Peter Collins
George Abecassis
Paul Frère
Roger Laurent
Yves Cabantous
Duncan Hamilton
Johnny Claes
Dries van der Lof
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