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1911 Indy Video - check this out!

Peter Gariepy

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Think of all the dust going though the air intake! :eek: Remember, this is before the days of air cleaners.....I would think the rings were well laped by the end of the race plus some. That's a good un Pete. Thanks fer postin. :) Dandy Dave!

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Guest DaveCorbin

Dear Peter:

Where do you get this movie and some of the photos you post? Sure is a great piece!

It also shows why it quickly became "The Brickyard". Those guys in the last row were driving BLIND! Also, think about the poor guys trying to keep the lap and position records! That would be a toughie!

Regards, Dave Corbin

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