G & J Trophy Race
|Year||Date||Winning Driver||Car||Race Distance||Time of Race||Winning Speed||Starting
|1909||Aug 20||Lewis Strang||Buick||100||40||01:32:47.08||64.611 mph||6|
|1910||July 1||Billy Pearce [a]||FAL||50||20||00:45:12.83||66.351 mph||11|
[a] Billy Pearce was awarded the victory in the G & J Trophy race of July 1, 1910, after the original first and second place finishers (Bob Burman and Louis Chevrolet) were disqualified. The disqualifications took place a few weeks after the race was run, because Burman's and Chevrolet's Marquette-Buick cars did not meet the rules' definition of a "stock car." Burman's winning time would have been 0:40:03.08, for a speed of 74.904 mph.
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