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Cecil Green


30 September 1919
29 July 1951 (31)
Roberto Bonomi (30 September 1919)
Gary Hocking (30 September 1937)
Reine Wisell (30 September 1941)
Jochen Mass (30 September 1946)
Eric van de Poele (30 September 1961)
Max Verstappen (30 September 1997)


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4th (1950 Indianapolis 500)
10th (1951 Indianapolis 500)
3 (1.5 points per race avg)
1 (50%)
1950 Indianapolis 500
1951 Indianapolis 500

about Cecil Green

Cecil Green (né Judge Cecil Holt; September 30, 1919 – July 29, 1951) was an American racecar driver from Dallas, Texas.

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1950, 1951,

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teams & teammates

season teammate
1950 Tony Bettenhausen
Pat Flaherty
Johnnie Parsons
Sam Hanks
Fred Agabashian
Duke Dinsmore
Walt Faulkner
Jack McGrath
Jerry Hoyt
Johnny McDowell
Walt Brown
Mack Hellings
Joie Chitwood
Jimmy Jackson
Kurtis Kraft compare 1950
1951 Troy Ruttman
Gene Force
Johnnie Parsons
Sam Hanks
Fred Agabashian
Cliff Griffith
Jack McGrath
Mike Nazaruk
Manny Ayulo
Duke Nalon
Carl Scarborough
Bill Schindler
Chet Miller
Lee Wallard
Carl Forberg
Walt Brown
Kurtis Kraft compare 1951


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