Paul Bablot

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Paul Bablot (20 November 1873 Boulogne-sur-Seine – 23 December 1932 Marseille) was a French racecar driver. He also owned an early French-built Wright-model airplane.[1]

He later became a track builder and designed the Circuit of Miramas which held the French Grand Prix in 1926.[2]

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  1. ^ Fred T. Jane, ed., All the World's Airships (London: Sampson Low, Marsden & Co., 1910), 380.
  2. ^ http://www.oldracingcars.com/driver/Paul_Bablot