Jules Ellingboe

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Julian Arthur Ellingboe (8 March 1892 – 23 April 1948) was an American racecar driver. Despite competing in six Indianapolis 500 races, he competed in few other Championship Car events, just a handful of board track events in 1922 and 1923.[1][2]

Biography[edit]

He was born on March 8, 1892 in Crookston, Minnesota.[3] He died on April 23, 1948 in Creswell, Oregon.

Indy 500 results[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jules Ellingboe, Champ Car Stats, Retrieved 2010-06-26
  2. ^ Associated Press (May 29, 1927). "Milton And 30 Others Qualify For Auto Race. Veteran Driver Does 108.7 Miles an Hour in Indianapolis Test. Fans in Line Now". New York Times. Retrieved 2012-10-08. The return of Tommy Milton to automobile racing was made certain late tonight, when he qualified an eight-cylinder car of his own design for the annual 500-mile race, to be held Monday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. ... Jules Ellingboe ... drove the fastest ten miles today, his average being 113.2 an hour. Fred Lecklider, Dave Evans, Al Cotey. ... 
  3. ^ "Jules Ellingboe Entrant in Indianapolis Spin. Kid Wonder Carded to Drive a Duesenberg; Has Shown Up Well Against Track Scorchers". Los Angeles Times. May 1, 1922. Retrieved 2012-10-07. Jules Ellingboe, the farmer boy race driver from Crookston, Minn., will drive a Duesenberg in the international 500-mile race to be held as the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Tuesday, May 30. This announcement was made today after Ellingboe was in conference with Duesenberg factory officials, having come to Indianapolis from the South where he spend the winter. ... 

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