The third Vanderbilt Cup Race is considered the most competitive in the series featuring 17 cars from France, USA, Germany and Italy. The filed included several of best European
In his book, Dr. Maxwell (M.G.) Lay , a leading civil engineer, wrote the book "Ways of the World: A History of the World's Roads and the Vehicles That Used Them". Dr. Lay documented that the Long Island Motor Parkway was "historically" the first parkway built in the world.
- Feb 27 “Treasures of the Vanderbilt Cup Races & the Long Island Motor Parkway” This Wednesday in Glen Cove
- Feb 27 Mystery Friday Foto #9 B: Can You Identify this Vanderbilt Cup Race Team and Its Headquarters?
- Feb 26 Mystery Friday Foto #9: Can You Identify This Old 16 Locomobile Photo?
- Feb 25 Starting Lineup: The 1911 Vanderbilt Cup Race, Savannah, Georgia
Born in Belgium, Arthur Duray spent most of his life in France. He established a world's kilometer record of 143.9 miles per hour at Ostend with a 300 -hp Fiat
#18 Lorraine-Dietrich (France) driven by Arthur Duray, 120 HP. Finished 3rd, only 16 seconds behind Lancia. Averaged 60.7 mph