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American
8 October 1910
27 January 1990 (79)
Yves Cabantous (8 October 1904)
Jack McGrath (8 October 1919)
Frank Dochnal (8 October 1920)
Huub Rothengatter (8 October 1954)

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about Travis Webb

Travis Webb (October 8, 1910—January 27, 1990), nicknamed "Spider", was an American racecar driver from Joplin, Missouri. He died at the age of 79 in McMinnville, Oregon.


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1950, 1952, 1953, 1954,

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season teammate
1950 David Hampshire
Brian Shawe Taylor
Prince Bira
David Murray
Toulo de Graffenried
Louis Chiron
Joe Fry
José Froilán González
Franco Rol
Alfredo Pián
Henry Banks
Felice Bonetto
Nello Pagani
Toni Branca
Reg Parnell
Franco Comotti
Paul Pietsch
Maserati compare 1950
1953 Bill Vukovich
Art Cross
Sam Hanks
Fred Agabashian
Jack McGrath
Jimmy Daywalt
Jim Rathmann
Jimmy Davies
Duke Nalon
Carl Scarborough
Bill Holland
Rodger Ward
Walt Faulkner
Marshall Teague
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 Danny Kladis
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