|1921 American Championship Car season|
|Series : AAA Championship Car|
|Champion : Tommy Milton|
|Previous: 1920||Next: 1922|
The 1921 AAA Championship Car season consisted of 20 races, beginning in Beverly Hills, California on February 27 and concluding in San Carlos, California on December 11. There was also one non-championship race. The AAA National Champion and Indianapolis 500 winner was Tommy Milton.
Schedule and resultsEdit
All races running on Dirt/Brick/Board Oval.
Leading National Championship standingsEdit
|1||Tommy Milton||Miller, Duesenberg, Frontenac||2230|
|2||Roscoe Sarles||Duesenberg, Miller||1980|
|5||Joe Thomas||Duesenberg, Frontenac||715|
- ↑ "Fetterman Scores In Uniontown Race. Averages 99.8 Miles an Hour. Capture 225-Mile Auto Classic on Speedway. Murphy Finishes Second. Is Less Than Two Minutes Behind the Winner, With Sarles Third and Miller Fourth". New York Times. September 6, 1921. http://select.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=F10813FC3F551A738DDDAF0894D1405B818EF1D3. Retrieved 2012-10-03. "I. P. Fetterman of Pittsburgh today won the Autumn classic at the Automobile Speedway ..."
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