Front-engined Indy cars are the equivalent of those big, muscular farm boys from the '50s with butch cuts, trucker's tans, and aggressive smiles that sort of dare you to take them on



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After World War II, Frank Kurtis saw an opportunity and began to mass-produce midget racing cars of his own efficient and beautiful ...

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