Race Nov. 20, 1941
ma- laps, despite pit stops ana ure rom.lchanses. was lh. 57m. Second; Wally Pankratz Wins Ascot 200-Lap 200-Lap 200-Lap Race : Wally Pankratz of Oakland; Packard, was fifth, and Louie; won vestordaVs 200-lap 200-lap 200-lap Cold :Koy. well-known well-known well-known midget car racej iCup stock car race at Ascot i1' "'--"-" "'--"-" "'--"-" "'--"-" "'--"-" "'--"-" ! .Speedway. South Gate, outfinish-; outfinish-; outfinish-; ' The' wirlner wally Pankratz. : ing a field of 1G starters in thejtook the lead at the start due long grind. Pankratz'.-.- Pankratz'.-.- Pankratz'.-.- Pankratz'.-.- time for the 200! was "Bo" Boshion also of Oak - land, while third was Bob Pan Kiutz, vuuiiyer ihuuil-i ihuuil-i ihuuil-i uil- uil- victor and a well-known well-known well-known midget car racer of these parts. EI KRKTZ FOURTH Frl ICrrtz nine times a nation- nation- al motorcvclc racing champion, finished iii fourth place. Kretz wheeled a 1011 Willys, while the Pankratz brothers and Bo- Bo- shion drove late model Fords, Chet Rhode, driving a 1011 ' to his fastest qualifying lap time of '32.87s.. and held the front pomuuh uhi v -- -- he was forced to the pits. He 1 regained the lead on the 14oth lap never to be passed. TWO PREVIOUS WINS Pankratz gained permanent possession of the Gold Cup by winninc yesterday, as twice previously he had won the holi- holi- i day feature, Indianapolis type race cars return to the South Gate track for a program of sprint races, topped off by a 50-lap 50-lap 50-lap main 1 event, next Sunday afternoon.