Yes, that is correct. He drove the midget above, the 4wd Skirrow to victory over 30 laps non stop in a time of 9 minutes, 24 seconds. He led home Americans Paul Swedberg and Beale Simmons and Australian champion Jimmy McMahon, who would later lose his life driving midgets in America in 1947.
Photos Bill Reynolds let me copy many years ago. I only have notes on what some of them are.
The pic with the Skirrow and lots of dust was labelled Crystal Palace 1938 and Planet News. The photo top left is Coventry 1938. The photo with the Skirrow on the outside is Penrith Speedway west of Sydney 1939 with Frank Kleinig's Hudson on the inside.
Last Edit: Oct 26, 2010 12:29:25 GMT 1 by tsrwright
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