Articles tagged Herb Ardinger

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A RECORD INDIANAPOLIS

A RECORD INDIANAPOLIS SOME DETAILS OF AMERICA'S CLASSIC " 500 " There is something unusually attractive about a ,race which carries on, year after year, with the same track and distance. The Indianapolis 590-mile race, for example, has an almost legendary character, and it must now have the longest unaltered history of any of the present big races. Actually, the surface of the track was greatly...

Page 32 of July 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, July 1939

MASERATI WINS AT INDIANAPOLIS

MASERATI WINS AT INDIANAPOLIS WHEN Wilbur Shaw brought his 3-litre Maserati over the finishing line in first place at Indianapolis last month, it was the first time a European car had won the race since Howdy Wilcox won with a Peugeot in 1919. Shaw took the lead during the last 50 of the 500 miles, and won by one and a half mins, at an average speed of 115.035 m.p.h. Jimmy Snyder (Thorne...

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