Fraud Blocker Skip to main content

Alfred Thomas Collection

Alfred Thomas: A Legendary Racing Driver of the 1930s Step into the thrilling world of motorsports and meet Alfred Thomas

Background image
Alfred Thomas Collection: Members of the New Parliament (engraving)
Background image
Alfred Thomas Collection: MG C type of Goldie Gardner at the RAC TT Race, Ards Circuit, Belfast, 1932. Artist: Bill Brunell
Background image
Alfred Thomas Collection: Goldie Gardner signing autographs at the Irish Grand Prix, Phoenix Park, Dublin, 1930
Background image
Alfred Thomas Collection: Amilcar of Goldie Gardner at the Irish Grand Prix, Phoenix Park, Dublin, 1930. Artist: Bill Brunell
Background image
Alfred Thomas Collection: Lea-Francis Hyper of AS Llewellyn and Amilcar of Major A Gardner, BARC meeting, Brooklands, 1930
Background image
Alfred Thomas Collection: British racing driver Goldie Gardner at the Imperial Trophy race, Crystal Palace, 1939
Background image
Alfred Thomas Collection: Three MG C type Midgets in the pits at the RAC TT Race, Ards Circuit, Belfast, 1932
Background image
Alfred Thomas Collection: Three MG C type Midgets at the RAC TT Race, Ards Circuit, Belfast, 1932. Artist: Bill Brunell
Background image
Alfred Thomas Collection: MG C type Midget of Goldie Gardner competing in the RAC TT Race, Ards Circuit, Belfast, 1932
Background image
Alfred Thomas Collection: MG C type Midget of Goldie Gardner at the RAC TT Race, Ards Circuit, Belfast, 1932
Background image
Alfred Thomas Collection: Goldie Gardner in his Salmson GS at the JCC 200 Mile Race, Brooklands, Surrey, c1920s

All Professionally Made to Order for Quick Shipping

Alfred Thomas: A Legendary Racing Driver of the 1930s Step into the thrilling world of motorsports and meet Alfred Thomas, a British racing driver who left an indelible mark on the racing circuit during the 1930s. Known by his nickname "Goldie" Gardner, this daring speed enthusiast captivated audiences with his exceptional skills behind the wheel. In an era when motor racing was gaining immense popularity, Goldie Gardner emerged as one of its brightest stars. His talent and determination were evident in every race he participated in, leaving spectators awestruck. Whether it was competing at prestigious events like the RAC TT Race or showcasing his prowess at international races such as the Irish Grand Prix and JCC 200 Mile Race, Goldie always pushed himself to new limits. The roar of engines filled the air as Goldie maneuvered through treacherous circuits with remarkable finesse. He fearlessly handled powerful machines like MG C type Midgets, Amilcars, Lea-Francis Hypers, and Salmson GS cars that demanded both skill and precision. With each turn on tracks like Ards Circuit in Belfast or Brooklands in Surrey, he showcased not only his driving abilities but also a deep passion for speed. As crowds gathered around him after races, Goldie would graciously sign autographs for adoring fans. His charisma extended beyond his driving skills; he had a magnetic personality that endeared him to people from all walks of life. The engravings by Bill Brunell beautifully captured these moments—Goldie's triumphs frozen in time for generations to admire. But amidst all the glory on racetracks worldwide, there was more to Alfred Thomas than just being a talented racer. He possessed an unwavering spirit that shone even during challenging times such as World War II when motorsport activities came to a halt temporarily. Although history often remembers champions solely for their victories, Goldie Gardner's legacy extends beyond the checkered flag.