Bernard Rubin

Bernard Rubin (6 December 1896 – 27 June 1936) was a British racing driver and pilot who was a member of the "Bentley Boys" team at the Bentley Motor Company and winner of the 1928 24 Hours of Le Mans.

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Bernard Rubin - Motorsports
... Rubin became close friends with Woolf Barnato, the director of Bentley Motors, and even lived together for some time ... Rubin made his driving debut at Brooklands in 1928 where he finished in sixth place before he made his first appearance at the 24 Hours of Le Mans ... In August 1929 Rubin was injured when his Bentley overturned during the Tourist Trophy on the first lap ...
Bernard D. Rubin
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