Alan Tarn Death: Banger racing veteran, Alan ‘Tarny’ Tarn has passed away following illness

Alan Tarn Death – Cause of Death: “Tarny was one of the longest-serving drivers in the sport’s history, making his debut as far back as 1969 on his local dirt tracks of Northamptonshire, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire with the Luton Banger Club.”

“We are shocked and saddened to hear about the death of 294 Alan Tarn, Tarny, Farmer Tarn,” Bangers shared on Thursday.

The veteran driver has been battling an illness in recent times. “As some may know my dad Alan tarn from Luton banger club is going through a rough time with his illness so the lads and I have shown our respect towards the legendary TARNY 294 by having his name on our cars,” shared via a Facebook post on Saturday, November 13.

The announcement of his death on Thursday has received floods of heartfelt tributes and condolences.

“RIP To the legend that is Mr Alan Tarn, the 1st name I ever learned in bangers 25+years ago you were a true gent giving me bags of trophies over the years I will always remember the trips to Belgium and all over the uk supporting you a proper banger driver, sleep tight my friend,” Glenn Civil wrote.

Tarn led his Luton Bangers A team to victory at Icebreaker V in 1998 at Swaffham Raceway, still regarded by many as the greatest Banger Meeting of all time, sealing victory by burying the last remaining Fen Tiger on track during the final, the Tigers were one of the favourites to take the win on the day.

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