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Maurice Hudlass

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Maurice Hudlass (c1902-1958), A.M.I.M.E.

c.1902 Born, son of Felix William Hudlass

Apprenticed with D. Napier and Sons of Acton

Served as scrutineer at Brooklands

Worked for A. C. Cars

Worked for Standard Motors

1927 Joined the staff of the Royal Automobile Club (RAC)

WWII Captain R.E.M.E.

1947 Succeeded his father as chief engineer of the Royal Automobile Club (RAC)

1958 Died in Ealing, age 56.

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Sources of Information

  • The Times, Oct 27, 1958