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Sam Hanks, F1 driver

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American
13 July 1914
27 June 1994 (79)
Alberto Ascari (13 July 1918)
Thierry Boutsen (13 July 1957)
Jarno Trulli (13 July 1974)

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1 (12.5%)
4 (50%)
0 (0%)
0 (0%)
1st (1957 Indianapolis 500)
5th (1952 Indianapolis 500)
8
8
8
20 (2.5 points per race avg)
3 (37.5%)
1950 Indianapolis 500
1957 Indianapolis 500
1957 Indianapolis 500

about Sam Hanks

Sam Hanks (July 13, 1914, Columbus, Ohio - June 27, 1994, Pacific Palisades, California) was an American racecar driver who won the 1957 Indianapolis 500. He was a barnstormer, and raced midget and Championship cars.


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seasons

1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins Sam Hanks

# event constructor
1 1957 Indianapolis 500 round 3 Epperly

pole positions Sam Hanks

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teams & teammates Sam Hanks

season teammate
1950 Johnnie Parsons
Cecil Green
Joie Chitwood
Walt Faulkner
Pat Flaherty
Mack Hellings
Jack McGrath
Johnny McDowell
Walt Brown
Jerry Hoyt
Fred Agabashian
Jimmy Jackson
Tony Bettenhausen
Duke Dinsmore
Kurtis Kraft compare 1950
1951 Lee Wallard
Mike Nazaruk
Jack McGrath
Carl Forberg
Duke Nalon
Gene Force
Bill Schindler
Fred Agabashian
Carl Scarborough
Johnnie Parsons
Cecil Green
Troy Ruttman
Chet Miller
Walt Brown
Cliff Griffith
Manny Ayulo
Kurtis Kraft compare 1951
1952 Jim Rathmann
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
Chet Miller
Andy Linden
Kurtis Kraft compare 1952
1953 Bill Vukovich
Art Cross
Fred Agabashian
Jack McGrath
Jimmy Daywalt
Jim Rathmann
Jimmy Davies
Duke Nalon
Carl Scarborough
Bill Holland
Rodger Ward
Walt Faulkner
Marshall Teague
Travis Webb
Jerry Hoyt
Duane Carter
Paul Russo
Johnnie Parsons
Chuck Stevenson
Cal Niday
Bob Scott
Johnny Thomson
Andy Linden
Eddie Johnson
Duke Dinsmore
Johnny Mantz
Jackie Holmes
Kurtis Kraft compare 1953
1954 Bill Vukovich
Jack McGrath
Troy Ruttman
Mike Nazaruk
Fred Agabashian
Paul Russo
Larry Crockett
Art Cross
Bob Sweikert
Duane Carter
Ernie McCoy
Frank Armi
Pat O'Connor
Gene Hartley
Jerry Hoyt
Jim Rathmann
Tony Bettenhausen
Johnnie Parsons
Bill Homeier
Jimmy Davies
Marshall Teague
Jimmy Jackson
Pat Flaherty
Kurtis Kraft compare 1954
1955 Bob Sweikert
Tony Bettenhausen
Jimmy Davies
Walt Faulkner
Andy Linden
Al Herman
Pat O'Connor
Jimmy Daywalt
Pat Flaherty
Chuck Weyant
Cal Niday
Art Cross
Johnnie Parsons
Ray Crawford
Bill Vukovich
Jack McGrath
Al Keller
Johnny Boyd
Ed Elisian
Fred Agabashian
Paul Russo
Bill Homeier
Kurtis Kraft compare 1955
1956 Johnnie Parsons
Dick Rathmann
Bob Veith
Rodger Ward
Fred Agabashian
Bob Christie
Al Keller
Duke Dinsmore
Pat O'Connor
Jim Rathmann
Johnnie Tolan
Tony Bettenhausen
Ed Elisian
Jimmy Daywalt
Jack Turner
Keith Andrews
Andy Linden
Al Herman
Ray Crawford
Johnny Boyd
Troy Ruttman
Paul Russo
Eddie Russo
Kurtis Kraft compare 1956
1957 Jim Rathmann
Epperly compare 1957

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