Roy Beall Flips Knox in Practice Drive

This article appeared the morning of the first day of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway's May 1910 races. There is much anticipation for the newly paved brick track. Also, there is an item on millionaire "amateur" Caleb Bragg and a table with the card of events for the day. The report includes an item on how Director of Speedway Contests Ernie Moross had completed the card of events only the night before the meet. One of his brainstorms was to create an obstacle course using wooden ramps. An image in this package illustrates that event. Finally, driver Roy Beall "turned turtle" on his Knox - without injury.

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