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AUTOMOBILE RACE AT RED BANK.

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Pre-WWII Racing

AUTOMOBILE RACE AT RED BANK.

The New York Times
May 31, 1900


New Jersey Wheelmen Give a Varied Decoration Day Programme.

RED BANK, N. J., May 30.—The Red Bank wheelmen had a unique list of attractions for their Decoration Day race meet.  The events comprised, besides the bicycle races, an automobile race and cavalry troop games.  The automobile entries were Frank C. Storck of Red Bank and L. Thompson of Brookdale.  Mr. Storck manned his own machine, while the Thompson vehicle was managed by Ely Kirby.  Storck won handily.  The distance was a mile and a half on a half-mile track, and the time was 4:45.

Bicycle event results omitted.



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