W. W. Brown
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|William Wayne Brown|
February 27, 1886|
Dodge City, Kansas
|Died||June 14, 1958
Kansas City, Missouri
|Other names||W. W. Brown
William W. Brown
He was born on February 27, 1886 in Dodge City, Kansas.
He died on June 14, 1958 in Kansas City, Missouri.
- "Up Pikes Peak by Auto". Technical world magazine (Armour Institute of Technology). 1913. Retrieved 2012-10-04. "... has safely withstood the assaults of automobiles, until July 17, 1913, when W. W. Brown, a racing driver from Kansas City, drove a machine, termed by himself the "Bear Cat", up the slopes of the Peak, a distance of twenty miles."
- "William Wayne "W. W." Brown a.k.a. "Cockeyed" Brown (1886-1958)". Retrieved 2012-10-04. "This photograph of W. W. Brown was taken on July 17, 1913 as he drove his Model 10 Buick “Bearcat” up Pikes Peak in Colorado. He had raced the car in Winfield, Kansas just 13 days earlier."
- "Indy 500 Career Stats - William Wayne Brown". Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Retrieved 2012-10-03.
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