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Norman Black (1894-1973)-caricature

In the 1920s Norman Black raced motorcycles and competed in eight Motor Cycle TTs and numerous other events. He turned to car racing in 1931. He won the 1931 Phoenix Park GP and the Tourist trophy at Ards. He continued racing hillclimbs, sports cars (Including Le Mans 1932-37) and rallies (including the Monte Carlo Rally) until 1950.

These caricatures were drawn by Frederick Gordon Crosby in 1935. The racing drivers shown were well-known to the British racing enthusiasts of that era, particularly due to their performances at the Brooklands track and major events on the continent.


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