|Alfred Godfrey Imhof|
|Born||6 May 1911|
St. Giles, London
|Died||27 August 1963 (aged 52)|
Alfred Godfrey Imhof (6 May 1911 in St. Giles – 27 August 1963 in Paddington) was a British racing driver in trials, rallies and hill climbing. He was the winner of the 2nd RAC Rally that was held in 1952, driving a Allard-Cadillac J2.
Before the war, he teamed up in trial with Ben Richardson and Michael Lawson, in the Candidi Provocatores trials team, on a 1936 LM Speed Model (chassis BBY 333).
In the immediate post-war period, he became an industrial designer at Allard and took part in the design of the K1 (two-seater), L1 (4-seater) models, and especially the competition J1, which he owned and competed Personally from 1946 to 1949.
|1952||RAC Rally||Allard-Cadillac J2||Betty Frayling||1st|
|1953||RAC Rally||Allard J2X||Betty Frayling||3rd|
|1955||RAC Rally||Allard-Cadillac J2||Ian Mackensie||3rd|
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