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Automotive News Briefs: November 1902

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Pre-WWII Racing Topics:  Barney Oldfield

Automotive News Briefs: November 1902

Gasoline Motor's Fast Mile.

The New York Times
November 30, 1902

DETROIT, Nov. 29.-Barney Oldfield of this city drove an unofficial mile at the Grosse Pointe track to-day in his gasoline racing automobile in 1:02.  The time is declared to be the fastest ever made on a circular track.



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