Bob Sall

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Bob Sall (22 January 1908 Ridgewood, New Jersey – 14 October 1974 Cream Ridge, New Jersey) was an American racecar driver. He made four AAA Championship Car starts from 1934 to 1937 including the 1935 Indianapolis 500 driving in a radical front wheel drive Miller chassis powered by a Ford V8 engine.[1] Sall was primarily a sprint car racer and he later became NASCAR's Eastern field manager.[2]

Career award[edit]

Sall was inducted in the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame in 1992.

Indy 500 results[edit]


  1. ^ Bob Sall, Champ Car Stats, Retrieved 2010-06-15
  2. ^ Jenkins, Richard. Bob Sall, Old Racing Cars, Retrieved 2010-06-15