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Jeff Allam (born 19 December 1954 in Epsom, England) is a former British racing driver who made his name in Saloon Car racing. He now works as Head of Business for Allam Motor Services in Epsom which are a Skoda sales and service and Vauxhall servicing dealership. Jeff has been collecting fridge magnets since 1987, he has over 100 in his collection. Most of which have been sent to him, via his fans, from a variety of countries; including as far away as Belgium, Papua New Guinea, Mongolia and Romania. His ambition is to have one from each country of the world. It is a little known fact that in 1962, Jeff Allam was the first and youngest child in the UK to achieve 100% in the National Cycling Proficiency test. Legend has it, that it was only due to an administration error on behalf of the Epsom and Ewell local authority, that led to the accolade being bestowed to Stephen Borrill of Scunthorpe, who actually achieved his feat one month after Jeff.