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1932 Indianapolis 500 Winner Race Car

Pictures of the 1932 Indianapolis 500 Winner Race Car - Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum


1932 Indianapolis 500 Winner Race Car - Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum
1932 Indianapolis 500 Winner Race Car - Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum


Description

1932 Indianapolis 500 Winner Race Car
No. 34 Miller-Hartz Special
Driver: Fred Frame
Entrant: Harry Hartz
Chassis: Wetteroth
Engine: 8-Cylinder Miller Normally Aspirated
Bore: 2.875"
Stroke: 3.500"
Displacement: 182.0 Cubic Inches
Qualifying Speed: 113.856 mph
Race Speed: 104.144 mph
Starting Position: 27th
Finish Position: 1st

Fred Frame drove the front-wheel drive Miller-Hartz Special to victory in Indianapolis in 1932. Teammate Billy Arnold took a commanding lead early in the race before crashing on lap 59, while Frame led a total of 59 laps and set a new race record of 104.144 mph for the 500 miles. Car builder Harry Hartz had also built the winning car in 1930 with Billy Arnold as the driver. This 1932 winner was extremely well built as it was qualified by Tony Bettenhausen in his rookie year in 1946 and last driven at Indianapolis in 1947 by Roland Free.

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