1904 Vanderbilt Cup Race


  • Mar 24 2008

    Fatalities Associated with the Vanderbilt Cup Races (1904-1910)

    Bob Miller, the well-known Long Island Motor Parkway historian, has raised the question of the exact number of deaths that occurred during the 1904-1910 Vanderbilt Cup Races. (0 comments)


  • Mar 14 2008

    Video: “1904 Vanderbilt Cup Race Centennial Celebration” October 2, 2004

    At the 2004 Centennial Celebration of the first Vanderbilt Cup Race, the #6 Pope-Toledo that finished third in the race, participated in time-trials. The centennial event was held on October 2, 2004 in East Garden City on Long Island. Hop aboard and hear and see how it feels to ride in this classic car. (0 comments)


  • Mar 11 2008

    Driver Profile: George Arents Jr.

    George Arents Jr. (1875 – 1960) made a fortune on patents for cigar- and cigarette-rolling machines and developed a lifelong passion for fast cars and collecting rare tobacco books and manuscripts. His hobby evolved into an extraordinary collection of rare books and manuscripts housed at The New York Public Library. Unfortunately, his only (1 comments)


  • Mar 04 2008

    Film “1904 Vanderbilt Cup Race”

    Welcome to VanderbiltCupRaces.com! In one of the earliest sports films ever made, the 1904 Vanderbilt Cup Race action was captured by cameramen G.W. Bitzer and A.E. Weed of the American Mutoscope & Biograph Company in Westbury and Plainedge. (0 comments)




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