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American
25 July 1911
1 August 1998 (87)
Georges Grignard (25 July 1905)
Jimmy Jackson (25 July 1910)
Gerry Ashmore (25 July 1936)
Nelson Piquet Jr. (25 July 1985)

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26th (1954 Indianapolis 500)
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1954 Indianapolis 500
1954 Indianapolis 500

about Len Duncan

Len Duncan (July 25, 1911 Brooklyn, New York – August 1, 1998 Lansdale, Pennsylvania) was an American race car driver. Duncan raced midget cars in seven decades from 1920s until the 1980s. During World War II, received the honor of being assigned as President Harry S. Truman's driver during one of his visits to England. Mario Andretti credits Duncan with having a great influence on his professional life. Andretti raced against Duncan in the American Racing Drivers Club (ARDC) series in 1963.


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1954,

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teams & teammates

season teammate
1954 Bob Scott
George Fonder
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