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American
12 October 1918
28 November 1992 (74)
Piero Taruffi (12 October 1906)
Paul Hawkins (12 October 1937)
Bertil Roos (12 October 1943)

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19th (1954 Indianapolis 500)
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1954 Indianapolis 500
1954 Indianapolis 500

about Frank Armi

Frank Armi (12 October 1918 in Portland, Oregon – 28 November 1992 in Hanford, California) was an American racecar driver. Armi's racing career ended in the mid-1960s, when he became a television and film sound engineer.


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1954,

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teams & teammates

season teammate
1954 Jim Rathmann
Duane Carter
Bill Homeier
Gene Hartley
Troy Ruttman
Tony Bettenhausen
Paul Russo
Pat Flaherty
Johnnie Parsons
Pat O'Connor
Sam Hanks
Marshall Teague
Fred Agabashian
Bob Sweikert
Jimmy Davies
Art Cross
Bill Vukovich
Jack McGrath
Jerry Hoyt
Mike Nazaruk
Larry Crockett
Ernie McCoy
Jimmy Jackson
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