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Fay Taylour (5 April 1904 – 2 August 1983), aka Frances Helen Taylour, known as Flying Fay, was an Irish motorcyclist in the late 1920s and a champion speedway rider. She switched to racing cars in 1931. She was interned as a fascist during the Second World War but after the war continued racing in the UK and America until she retired in the late 1950s.
2010 Publication. 'Fay Taylour, Queen of Speedway' by Brian Belton. ISBN 09547912X