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June 22, 1964 | Kenneth Rudeen
Reforms in the 500 are certain to include better fuel tanks and limits on their size, but gasoline is unlikely to be prohibited despite some stiff opposition. The track might be widened somewhat to ease pileup dangers
June 08, 1964 | Bob Ottum
Doughty A.J. Foyt (below) won his second Indianapolis 500 on iron nerve and matchless skill after a fiery calamity that took the lives of two drivers; the ill luck was persistent, reducing the field to a brave few
July 08, 1963
PENNANTITISSirs:It appears to me that William Leggett, author of Bill Dailey, Wont You Please Come In (July 1), is suffering from an acute attack of the disease, common to non-Yankee fans, known as first-place...
June 10, 1963 | Kenneth Rudeen
May 21, 1962
The moment Eddie Sachs is living through in the cockpit of his speeding Offenhauser racer (above) and in retrospect (right) is one few drivers would want to share. Coming out of the third turn of Indianapolis' "500"...