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Alec Bennett (1897–1973) was an Irish-Canadian motorcycle racer famous for motorcycle Grand Prix wins and five career wins at the Isle of Man TT races.
A native of Craigantlet in Ireland's County Down, Bennett emigrated with his parents to Canada at a very young age.
WWI. He returned to the United Kingdom until active duty with the Canadian Expeditionary Force during the First World War when he served as a dispatch rider and later as fighter pilot.
After his retirement from motorcycle racing in the 1930s he concentrated on his retail motor-trade business in Southampton, Hampshire. See Alec Bennett (of Southampton)