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#12 Henry Banks (Usa) / Fred Agabashian (Usa) - Maserati 8CTF
#21 Spider Webb (Usa) - Maserati 8CTF (Offenhauser 4) 20 (14)
#59 Pat Flaherty (Usa) - Kurtis Kraft 3000 (Offenhauser 4) 10 (11)
#12 Johnny McDowell (Usa) - Maserati 8CTF (Offenhauser 4S) 32 (
#45 Dick Rathman (Usa) - Watson (Offenhauser 4) 32 (18) stalled
1966 Andretti
#55 Troy Ruttman (Usa) - Lesovsky (Offenhauser 4) 15 (24
Tony Benttenhausen 1956 Speedway Racing, Indy Car Racing, Indy Cars, 500 Cars,
#54 Cecil Green (Usa) - Kurtis Kraft 3000 (Offenhauser 4) 4 (12)
1955 Sumar Streamliner Special. Kurtis-Offy. Driver: Jimmy Daywalt. Ninth place, running at finish.
#77 Jackie Holmes (Usa) - Olson (Offenhauser 4) 23 (30) spin
#1 Johnnie Parsons (Usa) - Kurtis Kraft (Offenhauser 4) 1 (
#8 Lee Wallard (Usa) - Moore (Offenhauser 4) 6 (23)
In Fred Agabashian lost their lives
#5 George Connor (Usa) - Lesovsky (Offenhauser 4) 8 (4)
Wilber Shaw in the Maserati 8CTF - Winner of the 1939 Indianapolis 500 Vintage Sports Cars
#73 Carl Scarborough (Usa) - Kurtis Kraft 2000 (Offenhauser 4) 18
Auto Racing, Old Race Cars, Vintage Auto, Indy Cars, Grand Prix,
1971 Sammy Sessions Wynn's Kwik Kool (Agajanian-Faas Racers) Lola / Ford Speed
#32 Chet Miller (Usa) - Kurtis Kraft (Novi 8S) 25 (28) ignition
#23 Cliff Griffith (Usa) - Kurtis Kraft 2000 (Offenhauser 4) 28 (18) rear axle
1960 Indy 500
#25 Sam Hanks (Usa) - Kurtis Kraft 3000 (Offenhauser 4) 12 (12) connecting rod / spin
Fred and the Ross Page Special shown in 1947.
Mauri Rose at speed in the blue crown-spark plug special on a dirt track
#8 Chuck Stevenson (Usa) - Marchese (Offenhauser 4) 20 (19) fire
Oldfield at Indy 1916 | First Super Speedway Old Race Cars, Vintage Race Car,
RIP, Barney Navarro
Kurtis Kraft KK 1000; der Siegerwagen von Johnnie Parsons
Jackie Stewart 1966
#19 Mack Hellings (Usa) - Deidt (Offenhauser 4) 31 (23) piston
Steve Krisiloff 1971
1980 Indy 500 front row #4 Johnny Rutherford, #12 Mario Andretti, #
#2 Myron Fohr (Usa) - Marchese (Offenhauser 4) 11 (16)
Bill Cheesbourg - Thompson Chevrolet - Mickey Thompson Racing - International 500 Mile Sweepstakes - 1963
#98 Walt Faulkner (Usa) - Kurtis Kraft 2000 (Offenhauser 4) 7
Indianapolis 500 winning cars[edit]
Other Indy cars[edit]
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The winning cars of Arie Luyendyk (30), Jacques Villeneuve (27) and Eddie Cheever (51) on display at the museum in 2008.
#59 Pat Flaherty (Usa) - Kurtis Kraft 3000 (Offenhauser 4) 10
Kuzma; Siegerwagen von Troy Ruttman
Agreed! I guess the 'magic of the past' has a very sharp idiosyncratic slant - so strong indeed it must be a part of 'human nature."
1952 - Fred Abagashian's (#28) “Cummings Diesel” Kurtis/Offy –
Passenger cars[edit]
1952 Indy pole winner @ (the rest of the field was averaging the Cummins Diesel Special, driven by Freddy Agabashian
Fred's entry for the 1950 Indianapolis '500' was announced very early, in mid-January with Fred as the teammate to Johnnie Parsons, the defending American ...
PPG Trophy for the Brickyard 400
#2 Walt Faulkner (Usa) - Kuzma (Offenhauser 4) 15 (14) crankshaft
#26 Joe James (Usa) - Watson (Offenhauser 4) 33 (30) driveshaft
Giuseppe Farina,Maserati 4CLT48, Silverstone 1949 Italian Grand Prix, British Grand Prix,
#31 Mauri Rose (Usa) - Deidt (Offenhauser 4) 3 (3)
#59 Fred Agabashian (Usa) - Kurtis Kraft 3000 (Offenhauser 4) 17 (11) clutch
#75 Gene Hartley (Usa) - Langley (Offenhauser 4) 16 (31)
#31 Mauri Rose (Usa) - Deidt (Offenhauser 4) 3 (3)
#2 Walt Faulkner (Usa) - Kuzma (Offenhauser 4) 15 (14) crankshaft
#3 Johnnie Parsons (Usa) - Kurtis Kraft 3000 (Offenhauser 4) 21 (8) magneto
Der Ferrari 375 Indianapolis von Alberto Ascari
1923 Indianapolis 500 winner Tommy Milton with driver Howdy Wilcox and Harry Stutz, head of the Indianapolis-based Stutz Motor Co.
1961 Indianapolis 500
#3 Johnnie Parsons (Usa) - Kurtis Kraft 3000 (Offenhauser 4) 21 (8) magneto
1962 Indianapolis 500
Dan Gurney Indy 1962 Mickey Thompson Built car Old Race Cars, Indy Car Racing,
Juan Manuel Fangio - Fangio being chased by Alberto Ascari during the 1954 Italian Grand Prix
#4 Walt Brown (Usa) - Silnes (Offenhauser 4) 19 (20)
#28 Fred Agabashian (Usa) - Kurtis Kraft (Cummins 6S) 27 (1) supercharger
Kurtis Kraft KK500; Siegerwagen von Bill Vukovich
A. J. Foyt's 1977 winning car
#4 Cecil Green (Usa) - Kurtis Kraft 3000 (Offenhauser 4) 22 (10) connecting rod
Kurtis Kraft Nr. 327; Siegerwagen von Lee Wallard
Bill Vukovich Commemorates his 1953 Indianapolis 500 Win by indianapolismotorspeedway.com, via Flickr Indy
#1 Duane Carter (Usa) - Lesovsky (Offenhauser 4) 4 (6)
Juan Manuel Fangio - 1950 Simca Gordini T15s, as raced, and retired, at
The Stutz before the match race
... for the 40-car starting field. With over 70 entries received for the race, three years into the “Junk Formula” and Eddie Rickenbacker was beginning to ...
... motionless for one hour and 11 minutes before repairs were completed. Back underway, the Stutz completed just 11 laps before the problem resurfaced and ...
1977 Indianapolis 500
1959 - Rodger Ward's (#5) Watson Offenhauser - Qualified: 6th, Speed
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However I like these red mist ones better:
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The extremely complex car was rushed to completion arrived late at Indianapolis, and Ralph Hepburn was on track warming up the rear-engine Miller when the 4 ...
#65 George Fonder (Usa) - Silnes-Sherman (Offenhauser 4) 15 (13)
1922 Indianapolis 500
1912 Indianapolis 500
1956 — Lancia/Ferrari D50′s at the Ferrari facilities at Maranello preparation for
Lou Moore
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame[edit]
McFarlan Automobile
wishbones, stance
Harry Miller: One man, one mustache and whole lot of Indy 500 wins
#16 Chuck Stevenson (Usa) - Kurtis Kraft 4000 (Offenhauser 4) 18 (11)
Monaco 1956
It was not a race.