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American
7 September 1910
29 November 1963 (53)
Brian Hart (7 September 1936)

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1 (50%)
1 (50%)
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1st (1951 Indianapolis 500)
2nd (1951 Indianapolis 500)
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9 (4.5 points per race avg)
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1950 Indianapolis 500
1951 Indianapolis 500

about Lee Wallard

Lee Wallard (September 7, 1910 Schenectady, New York – November 29, 1963 St. Petersburg, Florida ) was an American race car driver. In the 1951 Indianapolis 500 Wallard drove the Number 99 Belanger Special to victory, at age 40. Tony Bettenhausen had passed up the car, because he wanted to drive a newer front-wheel drive vehicle. A week after winning the Indianapolis 500, Wallard was injured during an auto race in Reading, PA. He was severely burned when his race car caught fire in the home stretch of that race. He required 27 skin grafts.


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seasons

1950, 1951,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

# event constructor
1 1951 Indianapolis Motor Speedway round 2 Kurtis Kraft

pole positions

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