Sutton was a racing car constructor which participated in a single FIA World Championship race - the 1959 Indianapolis 500. Powered by a KK500G Offenhauser I-4, their car (a Dayton Steel Foundry/Walther) was driven by Mike Magill. On the 45th lap of the race, Magill was squeezed into the outside wall by the spinning car of Chuck Weyant; Magill flipped over, sliding upside down off the track and into the infield.
Sutton is a district of St Helens, originally in the county of Lancashire but now in Merseyside, England. Derived from Sud Tun, the Old English for South Town, Sutton is located in the south of St Helens and dates back hundreds of years.