Reggie Tongue (racing driver)
Reginald Ellis "Reggie" Tongue (17 July 1912 - 1 June 1992), from Lancashire, was an English racing driver.
|Born||Reginald Ellis Tongue|
17 July 1912
|Died||1 June 1992 (aged 79)|
|24 Hours of Le Mans career|
In 1934 Reggie competed in his first major race in the 1934 24 Hours of Le Mans, aged 22.
He was born into a wealthy family and his motor experience was "loaning" his father's 1924 10/23 Talbot two-seater, destroying the lawn in front of the house during the process.
- "1936 GRAND PRIX SEASON - PART 2". www.kolumbus.fi.
- "Rallye Monte-Carlo 1951". unblog.fr.
- "THE GOLDEN ERA OF GP RACING 1934-40 - DRIVERS (T)". www.kolumbus.fi.
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