Miami-Fulford Speedway

YEARS OF OPERATION KEY:
/ c = circa (about) / cn = cancelled / E = early / L = late / M = mid / r = ran / s = scheduled to run / z = ran karts, motorcycles, or other motorsport /
Biscayne Baynr. MiamiFloridaUSA
Biscayne Bay is now North Miami Beach
later site of Diplomat Presidential Golf Course
lat: +25.9525 lng: -80.1668


Miami-Fulford Speedway 30233 a
aka: Fulford-Miami Speedway
1.25 mi.  wood ovalr2/22/1926 defunct
50 degree banked turns; destroyed by hurricane on 9/17/1926; AAA Champ (1926 [Peter DePaolo])


TRACK DRIVER STANDINGS

RACES

Miami-Fulford Speedway
1 1926-02-22 track 'a' AAA National Champ Carl G. Fisher Trophy
1-Peter DePaolo, 2-Harry Hartz, 3-Bob McDonogh, 4-Frank Elliott, 5-Bennett Hill, 6-Earl Devore
240 laps; 18 starters/9 finishers