Eldred Norman

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Eldred De Bracton Norman (born 9 January 1914 in Adelaide, died 28 June 1971 in Noosa Heads) was an Australian racing driver and inventor. A manufacturer of superchargers and astute car modifier, Norman regularly entered the Australian Grand Prix in the 1950s. He also competed in the 1955 Singapore Grand Prix, but the spec HWM was uncompetitive and Norman's unfamiliarity with it left him unable to qualify. He retired from racing in 1956.