Race Cars

TETZLAFF'S ATTITUDE • Fiat, Santa Monicia 1911

Terrible Teddy Tetzlaff, driving a Fiat, passing the Ocean Avenue grandstands with lots of attitude. He finished in ninth place.

BERT DINGLEY • Pope-Hartford - Santa Monica 1911

"Iron Man" Bert Dingley, driving a Pope-Hartford, racing up Wilshire Boulevard passing under the Fourth Street temporary bridge, which was built exclusively for this race.

TEDDY TETZLAFF • LOZIER - Santa Monica 1910

Teddy Tetzlaff in a Lozier, maintaining his lead on Ocean Avenue.

TERRIBLE TEDDY TETZLAFF LOZIER RACER • Santa Monica, 1910

In this classic image, Tetzlaff is captured having just turned off San Vincente Boulevard onto Ocean Avenue. He went on to take the victory.

START OF RACE • Corona, 1913

Racing Icon Barney Oldfield leads in the Mercer #1

BENZ RACING CAR • Santa Monica, 1912

David Bruce-Brown hustles the tire change. He took third place.

WARPED SPEED • Peugeot, Corona 1916

Bob Burman, averaging 90 MPH in a 1913 Peugeot Grand Prix race car, running second and challenging for the lead. He crashed, killing two spectators and himself.

BENZ RACING CAR • Santa Monica, 1912

David Bruce-Brown helps with a tire change on the way to a third place finish.

TETZLAFF on the road to victory, Santa Monica 1910

Teddy Tetzlaff, driving the Lozier, racing down San Vicente Boulevard on track for the win.

TETZLAFF • Fiat S74, Los Angeles Motordome

Teddy Teszlaff in a Fiat Tipo S74 at the Los Angeles Motordome, Playa Del Rey, California in 1913

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