Articles tagged Louis Schneider

Page 28 of July 1930 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, July 1930


THE INDIANAPOLIS " 500 " Arnold On a 100 cubic inch Miller, Winner of American Classic at 100.44 m.p.h. RECORD crowd pressed its way through the gates of the Indianapolis brick track on the 30th May to witness the eighteenth of the series of the famous 500 mile races, the greatest event of the American automobile racing season. All night the town had been packed with spectators, many of whom had...

Page 14 of March 1942 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, March 1942


FRONTENACS H. L. Biggs recalls interesting memories of " Special " Model " T " Fords THE name of Henry Ford in connection with motoring sport calls to the mind of the average enthusiast in this country thoughts of modified V8s used in trials of the " slime-storming " variety, or possibly sonic of those " Special " four and eight-cylinder cars which did so well in the Swedish Winter Grands Prix....

Page 37 of July 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, July 1931


THE SPORT ABROAD. LOUIS SCHNEIDER, driving a Miller-built racing car called the "Bowes Seal Fast Special" won the nineteenth Indianapolis 500-mile race on Memorial Day, 30th May last. His time for the 500 miles was 5 hours 10 minutes 28 seconds, which gives him an average speed of 96.6 m.p.h., compared with 100.4 m.p.h. attained by the winner last year, and the record speed of 101.1 m.p.h. set up...


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