Posted on: October 13, 2010
Gasoline Alley Unplugged, IMS History, Indy 500
By: Donald Davidson
Harlan Fengler in 1924
Donald Davidson discusses Harlan Fengler
Tagged as: 100th Anniversary, 1924, accident, Centennial Era, Chief Steward, Donald Davidson, driver, Harlan Fengler, history, IMS, Indianapolis 500, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indy 500, Indy500, IndyCar, Ward
There are 3 comments for this post.
Harlen Fingler, THE Chief… Steward of the Red Hat.
Was there ever any real connection with the 1969 hit song “Here Comes Th’ Judge” ?
Muroc Dry Lake was ‘Apropriated’ by the Army Air Forces in WWII & now named Edwards Air Force Base, where Chuck Yeager first broke the “Sound Barrier” in 1947.
Harlan Fengler will always be remembered for his pit row tirades….please clear the pits now if you are not associated with any cars….LEAVE THE PITS NOW…again and again…really we need more Harlan Fengler’s in racing today…it’s a shame it all is about money now.
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