The American Roadster is a racing car that competed in motorsport from 1909 to 1910.
Powered by a American engine.
During performances he took part in 9 races, won 1 victory and won 2 pole positions.
|Grand Prix||Track||Race Start||Driver||Position|
|1909 Wheeler-Schebler Trophy||Indianapolis||21st August 1909||Robert Drach||17|
|1909 Lowell Trophy||Lowell||8th September 1909||Robert Drach||10|
|1909 Long Island Stock Chassis Derby (Class B)||Riverhead||29th September 1909||Hughie Hughes||2|
|1909 Founder's Day Road Race||Philadelphia||9th October 1909||Robert Drach||9|
|1909 WK Vanderbilt Cup||Long Island||30th October 1909||Willie Haupt||16|
|1910 Atlanta 50 mile race (Free-for-all)||Atlanta Motordrome||6th May 1910||Herb Lytle||1|
|1910 Atlanta 200 mile race (451-600ci Class)||Atlanta Motordrome||7th May 1910||Herb Lytle||2|
|1910 Indianapolis 100 mile race (Free-for-all)||Indianapolis||3rd September 1910||John Jenkins||8|
|1910 WK Vanderbilt Cup||Long Island||1st October 1910||William Wallace||26|
American Roadster has never led a race
American Roadster has not set any fastest lap in race