Reviewed by Chuck Arehart
may get credit for starting the domestic auto industry,
but author Joe Scalzo doesn't want anyone to forget
the influence Los
Angeles has on the U.S. racing world.
When race cars evolved from the first horseless
carriages, the Indianapolis 500 became the yardstick.
Even if a manufacturer didn't win a race,
they learned what happened when an engine was abused
for 500 miles.
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