LOWELL MOTOR RACE.
The New York Times
December 12, 1909
Another Series of Contests Will Probably Be Held Next Fall.
Special to The New York Times.
BOSTON, Mass., Dec. 11.—While no steps have actually been taken by the Lowell Automobile Club looking toward the repetition of its motor racing week next Fall, it is reasonably certain that there will be another contest or series of contests in 1910 over the Merrimac Valley course.
There is a new Chairman of the Contest Board of the American Automobile Association, and whether he will favor assigning the National stock car race to Lowell in 1910 is unknown, but it seems a fair assumption that, basing its claim on the success of the September race, the Lowell Club can secure the National events for 1910.
A letter from the City of Mexico says that the demand for automobiles in Mexico has reached that point when it is believed that their manufacture in that country would pay handsomely, according to the statement of the men who have been investigating the situation there with that purpose in view. It is said that a large European manufacturer of automobiles will establish a branch factory in that city and that the concession for the proposed enterprise has already been applied for to the Mexican Government.
A joint meeting of the Commonwealth and the Massachusetts Motor Cycle Clubs was held Thursday evening for the purpose of organizing a new motor cycle association. The new organization probably will be known as the Boston Motor Cycle Club.
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