1952 Indianapolis 500 Mile Race Yearbook

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Etat : Very Good Couverture souple
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Remarkably clean and bright copy with one flaw--tape residue from taping in tickets for a practice session on page 1. No writing, not musty. Contents: Record Breaking Indianapolis "500", Victorious Troy Ruttman Indianapolis Winner, The First Ten Indianapolis Winners, Final Positions of Starting Field . . . from 11th to 33rd, Pre-Race Scenes, Pre-race Highlights, Pre-Race Observations by Norman Werking, Qualifying at Speedway, Fast Action and Mishaps Marked Days of Practice and Qualificatons, The 1952 Indianapolis "500" by Russ Catlin, The Studebaker Pace Car-1952, The New Qualifying Lap RecordHolder (Chet Miller), The Memorial Day Classic, Drivers' Meetin, 500-Mile Race Starting Order, Studebakers Parade Before the Start and the Pace Lap, Action in the Pits, The Race by the Clock by Norman Werking, Interesting Speedway Shots, Candid Photos Before the Race, Highlights of the 1952 Race by Floyd Clymer, Famous Personalities, Notables at Indianapolis, Notes on the Back of an Envelope by Russ Catlin, "500" Followers, 1952 Race Our Greatest Indianapolis Ever by W. Wilbur Shaw, Indianapolis-A Meeting Place for Friends, The Race as Seen Through German Eyes by Gunther F. Molter, Indianapolis Impressions by Ralph Van Alen, Prize List for 1952, Distributions at the Victory Prize Dinner, Parties During Race Week, Champion 100 Mile-an-Hour Club, Personal History of Drivers (vignettes of the drivers), 1952 Lap Prize Donors, How Authorities Solved Speedway Traffic Problems, Indianapolis Speedway Shots, 1952 Indianapolis Race Technical Section, The Indianapolis Technical Picture by Barney Navarro, Indianapolis Engineering, Comments on Some Unusual Cars at Indianapolis 1952, The Engines at Indianapolis by Roger Huntington, Speedway Engineering, The Magnaflux Method of Testing Racing Cars by S. A. Silbermann, "Wine Glasses" and "Trotting Dogs" by Wilson D. Ellis, Bear Wheel Balancing by Han Elfrink, Prelude to Ferrari Appearance at Indianapolis, Magnesium Wheels are Here to Stay by Ted Halibrand, Interesting Personalities, reprints of several newspaper articles. ID# BBIND. N° de réf. du libraire 011416

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Titre : 1952 Indianapolis 500 Mile Race Yearbook

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