1911 Founder's Day Race (301-450ci Class) Race 3 in AAA National Motor Car Championship at the Philadelphia circuit. Full information

1911 Founder's Day Race (301-450ci Class)

1911 Founder's Day Race (301-450ci Class) is 57th AAA National Motor Car Championship race. Passed at the Philadelphia circuit. Don Herr won the pole position, Lou Disbrow won this race. This was his 2nd victory. Gil Anderson and Don Herr also climbed to the podium, in second and third place. Race distance 25 laps (326 km).

Previous race: 1911 Founder's Day Race (451-600ci Class)
Next race: 1911 Founder's Day Race (231-300ci Class)

Interesting facts and statistics about the 1911 Founder's Day Race (301-450ci Class)

2nd victory for the Lou Disbrow
3rd podium for the Lou Disbrow
1st podium for the Gil Anderson
2nd podium for the Don Herr

National 40 - 1911 Founder's Day Race (301-450ci Class) winner

National 40 - 1911 Founder's Day Race (301-450ci Class) winner

1911 Founder's Day Race (301-450ci Class) results

Position Name Points Result Lap Team
1 Lou Disbrow 400 3h 28m 22.320s 0
2 Gil Anderson 210 3h 40m 23.050s+12m 0.730s 0 Stutz Motor Car Co
3 Don Herr 110 3h 40m 33.870s+12m 11.550s 0 National Motor Vehicle Co

Qualifying Results for the 1911 Founder's Day Race (301-450ci Class) on the Philadelphia circuit

Position Name Result Team
1 Don Herr 0 National Motor Vehicle Co
2 Gil Anderson 0 Stutz Motor Car Co
3 Lou Disbrow 0

List of all cars for the 1911 Founder's Day Race (301-450ci Class) on the Philadelphia circuit

National 40

National

Stutz ? 1911

Wisconsin