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Race Statistics
1962 - 1965

Special Thanks to Motorsports.com for many of these stats.
    1962 - Again Art was the winner of the Edmonton Gold Cup at the Edmonton International Speedway.

    1966
    Photo courtesy of Mike Pollard

    1964 - Art is shown sitting in his new Super Modified Sprint racer for the 19646 season. (above) An Indy roadster with top, 327 Cubic inch Chevy V8, cross torsion bar suspension, tube space frame, fibre glass body, engine offset to left 10 inches, built in 1964 by Leve Jones, Puyallup, Washington

    Father & Son
    Photo appears courtesy of Mike Pollard

    1965 - Art and his son Michael stop to pose for a photo at a Sprint Car race in Portland, Oregon. (shown above)

    August 22, 1965 - Art Pollard competes in his first USAC Champ car race at Milwaukee in a rear engined Vollstedt with Offenhauser power owned by Jim Robbins. Art started 25th but spun out and was credited with 22nd position. Art won $186.00 in his 1st Indy car start.

    September 26, 1965 - Art took his Jim Robbins Vollstedt/Offy to a 5th place finish after starting 13th at Trenton. This race paid Art much better as he went home with his share of $1480.00!

    October 24, 1965 - Back on dirt in a Dodge powered Kurtis champ car owned by Don Collins. Unfortunately, the engine lost oil pressure and he did not even start the race at Sacramento.

    November 21, 1965 - A crash at Phoenix in the Jim Robbins Vollstedt/Offy left Art with a 19th place finish and his share of $241.00.

    before 1961 Continue1966

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