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AUTO RACING: Ralph DePalma with his new Packard Liberty V-12 at Indianapolis, 1912. De Palma in his 1915 winning Mecedes.  Ralph DePalma, on the one-mile dirt of the Indiana State Fairgrounds in 1917.  Ralph De Palma, won the 1915 Indianapolis and 4 consecutive American dirt track championships.

AUTO RACING: Ralph DePalma with his new Packard Liberty V-12 at Indianapolis, 1912. De Palma in his 1915 winning Mecedes. Ralph DePalma, on the one-mile dirt of the Indiana State Fairgrounds in 1917. Ralph De Palma, won the 1915 Indianapolis and 4 consecutive American dirt track championships.

1930s Crystal Palace Bloody Mary  John Bolster

Bloody Mary, special built and driven by John Bolster, 1929 - twin JAP engines.

Photo Title  Into the Lead  Photographer/Creator  Wayne Bell  Collection  1948  Publisher  Minneapolis Tribune  Caption/Description  Emory Collins, national dirt track champion, maneuvers into the lead at the Minnesota State Fair races Aug. 28. Russ Lee's car, out of view at left, was so high Collins was able to cut inside and forge ahead. Mr. Bell selected this spot from which to shoot 'because of beautiful lighting and because most accidents occur here.' http://perrisautospeedway.com

Emory Collins, national dirt track champion, maneuvers into the lead at the Minnesota State Fair races Aug.

STUDEBAKER SPL. INDY CAR - Member Galleries - Gallery - AACA Forums

STUDEBAKER SPL. INDY CAR - Member Galleries - Gallery - AACA Forums

Indy 500 winner 1946: George Robson  Starting Position: 15  Race Time: 4:21:16.700  Chassis/engine: Adams/Sparks

The Complete History of Indianapolis 500 Winners1946: George Robson

Canadian George Robson won the 1946 Indy the first after World War II. Tragically, he was killed a few months later at a race in Atlanta.

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