Apr 30 2009

April 2009 Highlights: VanderbiltCupRaces.com records high viewership again


For the second consecutive month, VanderbiltCupRaces.com reach high monthly viewership surpassing the March total and averaging 80 unique daily visitors, up 22% over the 2008 stats. The highest monthly total occured in October 2008, the centennial celebration of the Long Island Motor Parkway.


Highlights of April 2009 posts on VanderbiltCupRaces.com

Vanderbilt Cup Races

-One of the Earliest Sports Films Ever Made

-A Vanderbilia Pin from the 1914 Race

-Guy Frost’s Favorite Vanderbilt Cup Race Photo

-A Vanderbilt Cup Sighting in 2007

-The Vanderbilt Cup On Long Island in 1933

-Seeking 1912 Vanderbilt Cup Race Information

-“Old 16” Tin Can Art by David Wasserman

-Six Degrees of Separation: The Vanderbilt Cup Races and the New York Mets

-The most dramatic image of the Vanderbilt Cup Races

-Harry Grant’s Own Story

-Film: The Great Savannah Races (1908-1911)

-Chevrolet-The most famous name in the Vanderbilt Cup Races


Long Island Motor Parkway

-The Motor Parkway House

-A.R. Pardington on film

-The Elusive Bridges of the Motor Parkway

-Historic Motor Parkway Sites in Bethpage

-Aerial View of the LIMP: Follow the yellow-lined path


Future Events

Hold the Date- 2009 Vanderbilt Centennial Events


Alco-6 Black Beast Racer

-The Alco-6 Black Beast Racer in the First Indy 500

-Update: Restoration of the Alco-6 Black Beast Racer

William K. Vanderbilt, Jr.

-Willie K Sets Land Speed Record in 1904

Automobiles

-World’s Oldest Car for Sale?


Automobile Clubs

-First Meeting of a New Long Island Car Club on Monday, May 4th


Videos and Films

-One of the Earliest Sports Films Ever Made

-A.R. Pardington on film

-Off-Topic: This video will make you smile

-Film: The Great Savannah Races (1908-1911)

Enjoy,


Howard Kroplick



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