1905 Vanderbilt Cup Race


  • Dec 23 2010

    Prominent Women of the Vanderbilt Cup Races

    The daybreak start of the Vanderbilt Cup Races attracted thousands of adventurous men and women who streamed into Long Island from New York City. With hotels and roadhouses overflowing, they camped, gambled, drank, socialized, and established a tradition of revelry that became a hallmark of the event. Women made up (0 comments)


  • Dec 10 2010

    Images of the Six Vanderbilt Cup Race Finishes

    Photos of the exciting finishes of the six Vanderbilt Cup Races held on Long Island: (1 comments)


  • Oct 26 2010

    Q & A with an Expert: The Facts on Vanderbilt Cup Race Winner Victor Hémery

    Author and artist Jean-Yves Lassaux of Paris France is currently writing a biography on Victor Hémery, winner of the 1905 Vanderbilt Cup Race. The creator of the new VanderbiltCupRaces.com banner has provided these facts on life and racing career of Hémery. (1 comments)


  • Aug 01 2010

    Archives: 1905 Vanderbilt Cup Race

    Links to posts related to VanderbiltCupRaces.com (Updated: Febraury 1, 2012): (0 comments)


  • Jul 31 2010

    Archives: Joe Tracy

    Posts related to driver Joe Tracy Updated: September 24, 2011: (0 comments)


  • Jun 29 2010

    The Italian Team for the 1905 Vanderbilt Cup Race

    The Italian Team for the 1905 Vanderbilt Cup Race consisted of five Fiats. The team represented the Automobile Club of Turin and was managed by Fiat's American agents, Hollander & Tangeman. Three of the drivers were prominent Italian racers selected by Fiat; Vincenzo Lancia, Felice Nazzaro and Emanuel Cedrino. Hollander & Tangeman selected (0 comments)


  • Jun 13 2010

    Vincenzo Lancia in Action During the 1905 and 1906 Vanderbilt Cup Races

    One of the most celebrated drivers to race in the Vanderbilt Cup Races was Italian Vincenzo Lancia. In both the 1905 and 106 races, he drove a Fiat...just missing winning both races, (0 comments)


  • Jun 10 2010

    The Royal Tourist in the Vanderbilt Cup Races (1904-1910)

    In 1903 Edward Schurmer acquired control of the Hoffman Automobile and Manufacturing Company based in Cleveland, Ohio. He reorganized the company as the Royal Motor Car Company for the production of a new car called the Royal Tourist. As with many other automobile companies, Royal promoted their cars by entering the (2 comments)


  • Apr 29 2010

    The Eight Winning Drivers of the Vanderbilt Cup Races (1904-1916)

    Eight drivers won the 11 William K. Vanderbilt Jr. Cup Races held from 1904 to 1916. Three drivers, Harry Grant, Ralph DePalma and Dario Resta, were two-time winners. (0 comments)


  • Apr 03 2010

    A Request from the Son of the Winner of the First Motor Parkway Race: Herb Lytle

    Dick, it would be my pleasure and honor! Herb Lytle participated in more races associated with the Vanderbilt Cup Races than any other driver. As a result, I have over 50 quality images of Herb Lytle. Here are some of my favorites: (3 comments)




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