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Frank Lockhart

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Accident dashcam video of car crash on 16 mile road in Clinton Township August 22, 2020

 

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USA: Frank Lockhart makes speed record attempt (1910)

 

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Former Indianapolis 500 Winner Frank Lockhart Killed in Crash (1928) | Sporting History

 

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The Fatal Crash of Frank Lockhart | An Eddie Blair Mini-Doc

 

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USA / MOTOR RACING: Frank Lockhart hurled to death racing at Daytona, Florida (1928)

Frank Stallworth Lockhart was an American automobile racing driver active in the 1920s, considered by many historians to be a legend in the sport on par with 1960s British World Driving Champion Jim Clark. During a "remarkable if all too short" career, Lockhart won numerous races on dirt, board tracks, the 1926 Indianapolis 500, and set a world land speed record for a distance average. In all, he had nine AAA wins and two vice-championships in two years of competition.
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