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Chet Miller, F1 driver


19 July 1902
5 May 1953 (50)

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27th (1952 Indianapolis 500)
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1951 Indianapolis 500
1952 Indianapolis 500

about Chet Miller

Chester Miller (July 19, 1902 Detroit, Michigan – May 15, 1953 Indianapolis, Indiana) was an American racecar driver. He was killed in a crash in the south turn of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway during practice for the 1953 Indianapolis 500. During his long Indy career, Miller earned the nickname "Dean of the Speedway."

He died at age 50 while driving a Novi-engined Special. He is interred at Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis.

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season teammate
1951 Lee Wallard
Mike Nazaruk
Jack McGrath
Carl Forberg
Duke Nalon
Gene Force
Sam Hanks
Bill Schindler
Fred Agabashian
Carl Scarborough
Johnnie Parsons
Cecil Green
Troy Ruttman
Walt Brown
Cliff Griffith
Manny Ayulo
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1952 Jim Rathmann
Sam Hanks
Art Cross
Jimmy Bryan
Jimmy Reece
George Connor
Cliff Griffith
Johnnie Parsons
Jack McGrath
Joe James
Bill Vukovich
Chuck Stevenson
Johnny McDowell
Rodger Ward
Duke Nalon
Bob Sweikert
Fred Agabashian
Gene Hartley
Bob Scott
Andy Linden
Kurtis Kraft compare 1952


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