|Born||September 30, 1919|
|Died||July 29, 1951(aged 31)|
|Formula One World Championship career|
|First race||1950 Indianapolis 500|
|Last race||1951 Indianapolis 500|
Green won 34 races between 1948 and 1950 in Oklahoma and Missouri, and bunch more in Texas. He won the 1949 Oklahoma City and Southwest AAA titles. He won in seven different Offenhauser cars. Green place fourth in his first Indianapolis 500 in 1950. He finished 22nd in the 1951 Indianapolis 500.
He died in a qualifying crash at Winchester Speedway in Winchester, Indiana in 1951, which became known as "Black Sunday". Green was a World War II veteran, having enlisted in the United States Army in Houston in April of 1942. At that time he was a married man residing at an unincorporated section of Harris County - the same county where the Houston metropolitan area lays. In the United States Army Green reached the rank of corporal, becoming a Fifth Grade Technician in the Ordnance Department.
Indy 500 results
World Championship career summary
The Indianapolis 500 was part of the FIA World Championship from 1950 through 1960. Drivers competing at Indy during those years were credited with World Championship points and participation. Cecil Green participated in 2 World Championship races. He started on the pole 0 times, won 0 races, set 0 fastest laps, and finished on the podium 0 times. He accumulated a total of 3 championship points.
- "Cecil Green". The National Midget Auto Racing Hall of Fame. Archived from the original on 27 September 2011. Retrieved 2 June 2013.
31 years, 312 days
(1950 Monaco GP)
|Youngest Driver to score
Points in Formula One
30 years, 242 days
(1950 Indianapolis 500)
29 years, 239 days
(1951 Indianapolis 500)
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