Arthur Duray at the 1914 French Grand Prix (3)

Arthur Duray at the 1914 French Grand Prix

Arthur Duray (9 February 1882 – 11 February 1954) was born in New York City of Belgian parents and later became a French citizen. An early aviator, he held Belgian license #3. He is probably best known today for breaking the land speed record on three separate occasions between July, 1903 and March, 1904. Driver George Stewart legally changed his name to Leon Duray in tribute to fellow driver Arthur Duray.

Indy 500 resultsEdit

Year Car Start Qual Rank Finish Laps Led Retired
1914 14 10 90.000 13 2 200 77 Running
Totals 200 77

Starts 1
Poles 0
Front Row 0
Wins 0
Top 5 1
Top 10 1
Retired 0

Other race results (probably incomplete):

Land Speed RecordsEdit

External linksEdit

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