Ralph Mulford was overall winner in a series of races for AAA Championship cars held on the 1.125 mile board Uniontown Speedway in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. Tommy Milton drove his Duesenberg to victory in the first of the five 27 mile heats, averaging 101.1 mph, which would be the fastest of the day. Mulford won a second heat that saw Uniontown master I.P. Fetterman crashing into the outside wooden rail after breaking an axle. Fetterman's car took out a curve top flag stand, seriously injuring two corner flag men, and rode along the rail for nearly 1/4 of a mile before Fetterman brought the car to a stop and climbed out uninjured. Eddie Hearne, Louis Chevrolet and Mulford won the 3rd, 4th and 5th heats, all at the wheel of Frontenacs. The Uniontown board track, with turns banked at nearly 40 degrees, operated through 1921.
Ralph Hepburn... Died ... A pioneer of American motorcycle racing champion from 1914 to 1924 and a AAA and Indianapolis 500 racecar driver from 1924 to 1948. Ralph Hepburn died during qualifying practice for the 1948 Indianapolis 500.
Ted Horn was the winner of the AAA Sprint Car race at the Salem Speedway,Salem, IN
Ed Terry won the AAA Eastern Sprint Car race at the Lock Haven Fairgrounds,Lock Haven, PA
Manny Ayulo... Died ... AAA driver from the 1940's and 50's. His efforts, along with those of friend and teammate Jack McGrath, helped establish track roadsters as viable Indy race cars. He ran the Indianapolis 500 five times and was killed in a crash while practicing for the 1955 Indianapolis 500.