1923 AAA Championship Car season

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1923 AAA Championship Car season
AAA National Championship Trail
Season
Races 8
Start date February 25
End date November 29
Awards
National champion United States Eddie Hearne
Indianapolis 500 winner United States Tommy Milton/Howdy Wilcox
Chronology
Previous season Next season
1922 1924

The 1923 AAA Championship Car season consisted of 8 races, beginning in Beverly Hills, California on February 25 and concluding in the same location on November 29. The AAA National Champion was Eddie Hearne and the Indianapolis 500 winners were Tommy Milton and Howdy Wilcox.

Schedule and results[edit]

All races running on Dirt/Brick/Board Oval.

Rnd Date Race Name Length Track Location Type Pole Position Winning Driver
1 February 25 United States Beverley Hills Race 250 mi (400 km) Los Angeles Motor Speedway Beverly Hills, California Board United States Frank Elliott United States Jimmy Murphy
2 April 26 United States Raisin Day Classic 150 mi (240 km) Fresno Speedway Fresno, California Board United States Jimmy Murphy
3 May 30 United States International 500 Mile Sweepstakes 500 mi (800 km) Indianapolis Motor Speedway Speedway, Indiana Brick United States Tommy Milton United States Tommy Milton
United States Howdy WilcoxA
4 July 4 United States Kansas City Race 250 mi (400 km) Kansas City Speedway Kansas City, Missouri Board United States Jimmy Murphy United States Eddie Hearne
5 September 4 United States Altoona Race 200 mi (320 km) Altoona Speedway Tyrone, Pennsylvania Board United States Earl Cooper United States Eddie Hearne
NC September 15 United States Syracuse 100 100 mi (160 km) New York State Fairgrounds Syracuse, New York Dirt United States Tommy Milton
6 September 29 United States Fresno Race 200 mi (320 km) Fresno Speedway Fresno, California Board United States Harlan Fengler United States Harry Hartz
7 October 21 United States Kansas City Race 250 mi (400 km) Kansas City Speedway Kansas City, Missouri Board United States Harlan Fengler
8 November 29 United States Beverley Hills Race 250 mi (400 km) Los Angeles Motor Speedway Beverly Hills, California Board United States Bennett Hill
  Non-championship race
^A Shared drive

Leading National Championship standings[edit]

 #  Driver Car Points
1 Eddie Hearne Miller 1882
2 Jimmy Murphy Miller 1350
3 Bennett Hill Miller, Duesenberg 955
4 Harry Hartz Duesenberg, Miller 820
5 Tommy Milton Miller 810

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