BARON DE WALDTHAUSEN.
The death of Baron de Waldthausen will be deeply regretted by all followers of Continental racing. His age was only 26, and he had competed in many Grand Prix races during the last two years. Of
Swiss nationality, Baron de Waldthausen was owner of a ” stable ” at Versoix owned by Villars, who drove the second Alfa Romeo of the Stable. Although not a driver of outstanding
qualities Baron de Waldthausen could be relied upon to put up a stern fight in any race for which he was entered, and his familiar figure will be missed by all those attending Grand Prix races abroad.
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