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Tony Gillet was a Belgian racing driver who founded the Gillet company in 1994. Tony Gillet won the Belgian hill-climb for several years and also competed in Paris-Dakar rallies. In 1990 Tony broke the 0–100 km/h record with a time of 3.8 seconds in a modified Donkervoort, but has been beaten by the Gillet Vertigo at 3.1 seconds.
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