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 a special Kleiner's Korner report, Levittown resident and Long Island Motor Parkway Preservation Society member Art Kleiner documents that construction has begun unveiling new Motor Parkway artifacts.
- Jul 25 Upcoming August Automotive Events & Video of the Week “Barney Oldfield’s Race for a Life”
- Jul 24 Mystery Friday Foto #78: Can You Identify This Long Island Racing Photo?
- Jul 23 Petersen Museum Exhibit: Town Cars Arriving in Style- The 1897 Benz & the 1915 Pierce-Arrow
- Jul 22 Historical Markers for the Long Island Motor Parkway and the Vanderbilt Cup Races
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