Atlantic City Speedway

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Atlantic City Speedway
Amatol Race Track
Location Hammonton, New Jersey
Coordinates 39°36′12″N 74°44′28″W / 39.60333°N 74.74111°W / 39.60333; -74.74111Coordinates: 39°36′12″N 74°44′28″W / 39.60333°N 74.74111°W / 39.60333; -74.74111
Capacity 310,000
Operator Atlantic City Motor Speedway Association
Opened 1926
Closed 1933
Oval
Surface Board
Length 2.4 km (1.5 mi)
Banking 45°

The Atlantic City Speedway was a board oval racing track located near Hammonton, New Jersey. The track was built in 1926, and hosted eight American Automobile Association sanctioned races before the track was demolished in 1933.[1][2]

AAA Champ Car race winners[edit]

Season Date Winning Driver Chassis Engine
1926 May 1 Harry Hartz Miller Miller
1926 July 17 Harry Hartz Miller Miller
1926 July 17 Norman Batten Miller Miller
1926 July 17 Fred Comer Miller Miller
1926 July 17 Harry Hartz Miller Miller
1927 May 7 Dave Lewis Miller Miller
1928 July 4 Fred Winnai Duesenberg Duesenberg
1928 September 16 Ray Keech Miller Miller

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Atlantic City Speedway". ChampCarStats.com. Retrieved July 7, 2012.
  2. ^ "Amatol--The Town". SouthJersey.com. Retrieved July 7, 2012.

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