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Philip Fotheringham-Parker (22 September 1907 in Beckenham, Kent – 15 October 1981 in Beckley, East Sussex) was a racing driver from England. He participated in the 1951 British Grand Prix driving a privately run Maserati 4CL, but retired from the race after a problem with an oil pipe, scoring no championship points. Later that year, he won the 1951 Scottish Grand Prix, a minor Formula One race at Winfield with this car.
|Born||22 September 1907|
|Died||15 October 1981(aged 74)|
|Formula One World Championship career|
|First entry||1951 British Grand Prix|
|Last entry||1951 British Grand Prix|
Fotheringham-Parker competed in the 1953 24 Hours of Le Mans race, sharing an Allard with Sidney Allard himself, but the team retired after completing just four laps. He also took part in the 1954 Monte Carlo Rally with a Ford Zephyr.