Articles tagged Howard Wilcox

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Louis Meyer wins Indianapolis at record speed

Meyer joins Tommy Milton in winning race for second time. Four killed in many accidents. Stock Studebakers 7th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th. By our American correspondent T. MERIWETHER-SMITH DRIVING with brilliant skill and consistency, Louis Meyer, 29-year old Californian, swept down the finishing straight of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway late in the afternoon of May 30th, winner of the 21st...

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great racing marques

GREAT RACING MARQUES. VII.—PEUGEOT. By E. K. H. KARSLAKE. SEVERAL times during the history of motor racing, there have been periods when one make of car seemed to be absolutely supreme. Panhard et Levassor were invincible in the early days ; Fiat had a great period in 1907 and another in 1922; at the moment the name of Bugatti stands at he head_ of the result of nearly every race ; but none of...

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THE 1932 AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. In the U.S.A. the A.A.A. holds a championship every year, points being awarded for places in all the big races. In 1932 the result was as follows : 1, Bob Carey, 815 points ; 2, Fred Frame, 710 points ; 3, Howard Wilcox, 610 points ; 4, Russel Snowberger, 440 points ; 5, Bill Cummings, 430 points. In the last race of the year, at Oakland, Bill Cummings set up a...

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HERE AND THERE More Records at Muroc. FOLLOWING Stubby Stubblefield's records with the Gilmore Special on the dry lake-bed at Muroc, Cal., a standard Auburn 12-cylinder 6418 c.c. chassis, slightly modified and fitted with a racing body, was taken out by Eddie Miller and Howard Wilcox. The records attacked were those in Class B (5001 c.c. to 8000 c.c.), and altogether 9 records were taken during...

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A PEDIGREE OF THE CARS AT INDIANAPOLIS THE following is 4 brief description of the cars that started the 500 Miles Race :Kelly Petillo-Red Lion. This car is a four-cylinder, Miller built. Wilbur Shaw-Lion Head Special. His , car is an eight, Miller built. The car Mauri Rose drove last year, and the one with which Howard Wilcox finished second in 1932. Frank I3risko-F. W. D. four-cylinder, Miller-...

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The Indianapolis "500"

The Indianapolis "500" FRAME ON A HARTZ MILLER 8-cyl. SPECIAL, WINNER OF AMERICAN CLASSIC AT 1o4.144 THE LEADERS' SPEEDS m.p.h. 1st Fred Frame 104.144 (Hartz Miller 8-cyl. Special) 2nd Howard Wilcox 103.8 (Lions Head Special Miller) 3rd Cliff Bergere 102.6 (Studebaker Special) 4th Bob Carey 101.36 (Meyer Special) AFTER an interval of seven years, the record speed of 101.13 m.p.h. for the apnual...

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Book Reviews

Book Reviews • • "Out of the Crucible." Reprinted by Jack Carmody (19 pp., 74 in. by 10f in., J. Carmody, 542; Rockdale Drive, San Francisco 27, California.) Many of the catalogue and magazine-article reprints hailing from the U.S. A. are () f only passing interest, but this art-paper reproduction of Out of the Crucilde," an article by B. M. lkert in Motor Age of 10/7/24, is far more valuable. It...


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