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<-- 1932 - 1934 -->

At a speed trial meet in June 1933 Ed Winfield hit 119.60 miles per hour with a flathead Model B four-cylinder. The record wasn't eclipsed for more than a dozen years. In 1933 the majority of the entrants at the dry lakes exceeded 80 miles per hour, and approximately 16 percent exceeded 100 miles per hour.

Darryl Starbird was born in Topeka, Kansas in 1933.

Dean Jeffries was born in Lynwood, California on February 25, 1933

Dry Lake Races of 1933

Muroc September 17, 1933


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