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Maurice Tabuteau (1884- ), Early aviator
Born in Paris in 1884, Maurice Tabuteau received his flying licence in 1910 with the No 128. He was a professional and highly successful aviator in the years 1910, 1911, and 1912.
1910. Maurice Tabuteau and Maurice Farman, the constructor of the biplane, while the Renault Freres, the makers of the motor, also share in the credit attaching to this victory in the 1910 Coupe Michelin competition.