HARRISON AT MIAMI.
ALTHOUGH official confirmation is not to hand at the time of writing, it is understood that the Colonel Green Trophy has been won by Crawford, an American.
Harrison, apparently, came second in the two preliminary heats, losing one of them to Collins, another American driver ; while in the final he was first home, but disqualified for crossing the line before the gun.
Although another ” incident” is unlikely in this case, it is rather remarkable that some six other drivers are reported to have been disqualified for the same reason.
It will be interesting to hear the full details of this race as Harrison is one of the very few drivers who can be trusted n t to rush over the line at the slightest provocation.
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