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1925 American Championship Car season
Series  : AAA Championship Car
Champion : USAflagsmall Peter DePaolo
Previous: 1924 Next: 1926

The 1925 AAA Championship Car season consisted of 11 races, beginning in Culver City, California on March 1 and concluding in the same location on November 29. There were also 8 non-championship races. The AAA National Champion was Peter DePaolo and the Indianapolis 500 winners were DePaolo and Norman Batten.

Schedule and resultsEdit

All races running on Dirt/Brick/Board Oval.

Rnd Date Race Name Length Track Type Pole Position Winning Driver
1 March 1 USAflagsmall Culver City Race Template:Convert/mi Culver City Speedway Board USAflagsmall Ralph DePalma USAflagsmall Tommy Milton
NC April 19 USAflagsmall Culver City Heat 1 Template:Convert/mi Culver City Speedway Board USAflagsmall Leon Duray
USAflagsmall Culver City Heat 2 Template:Convert/mi USAflagsmall Peter DePaolo
USAflagsmall Culver City Heat 3 Template:Convert/mi 22px-Flag of Italy Pietro Bordino
USAflagsmall Culver City Heat 4 Template:Convert/mi USAflagsmall Bob McDonogh
USAflagsmall Culver City Main Template:Convert/mi USAflagsmall Harry Hartz
2 April 30 USAflagsmall Raisin Day Classic Template:Convert/mi Fresno Speedway Board USAflagsmall Bennett Hill USAflagsmall Peter DePaolo
3 May 11 USAflagsmall Southern Speed Classic Template:Convert/mi Charlotte Speedway Board USAflagsmall Earl Cooper
4 May 30 USAflagsmall International 500 Mile Sweepstakes Template:Convert/mi Indianapolis Motor Speedway Brick USAflagsmall Leon Duray USAflagsmall Peter DePaolo
USAflagsmall Norman BattenTemplate:Ref
5 June 13 USAflagsmall Spring Classic Template:Convert/mi Altoona Speedway Board USAflagsmall Leon Duray USAflagsmall Peter DePaolo
NC July 4 USAflagsmall Rockingham 100 Template:Convert/mi Rockingham Park Board USAflagsmall Peter DePaolo USAflagsmall Peter DePaolo
6 July 11 USAflagsmall Laurel Race Template:Convert/mi Baltimore-Washington Speedway Board USAflagsmall Peter DePaolo USAflagsmall Peter DePaolo
7 September 7 USAflagsmall Autumn Classic Template:Convert/mi Altoona Speedway Board USAflagsmall Bennett Hill USAflagsmall Bob McDonogh
NC September 19 USAflagsmall Syracuse 100 Template:Convert/mi New York State Fairgrounds Dirt USAflagsmall Ralph DePalma
NC October 3 USAflagsmall Fresno 150 Template:Convert/mi Fresno Speedway Board USAflagsmall Jerry Wonderlich USAflagsmall Fred Comer
8 October 26 USAflagsmall Laurel Race Template:Convert/mi Baltimore-Washington Speedway Board USAflagsmall Bob McDonogh
9 October 31 USAflagsmall Autumn Classic Template:Convert/mi Rockingham Park Board USAflagsmall Peter DePaolo USAflagsmall Peter DePaolo
10 November 11 USAflagsmall Charlotte Race Template:Convert/mi Charlotte Speedway Board USAflagsmall Bennett Hill USAflagsmall Tommy Milton
11 November 29 USAflagsmall Culver City Race Template:Convert/mi Culver City Speedway Board USAflagsmall Earl Cooper USAflagsmall Frank Elliott

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  • Indianapolis 500 was AAA-sanctioned and counted towards the AIACR World Manufacturers' Championship title.
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Leading National Championship standingsEdit

File:Laurel Board Track Race Jul 11 1925.jpg
 #  Driver Car Points
1 Peter DePaolo Duesenberg 3260
2 Tommy Milton Miller, Duesenberg 1745
3 Harry Hartz Miller 1640
4 Bob McDonogh Miller 1505
5 Earl Cooper Miller 935

ReferencesEdit

from the original on 2011-04-25. http://www.driverdb.com/standings/1140-1925/. Retrieved 2011-04-25. 


from the original on 2011-04-25. http://www.champcarstats.com/year/1925.htm. Retrieved 2011-04-25. 


from the original on 2011-04-25. http://old.motorsport.com/stats/champ/data/1925sum.pdf. Retrieved 2011-04-25. 


See alsoEdit

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