$1.00 per Second of Driving Time

Gurney and Lotus Crack Nassau Record with Autolite Spark Plugs!

Dan Gurney averages a record 89.54 miles an hour, wins the International Nassau Trophy Race, his first major solo victory in six years. Dan’s reward: some $10,000—more than $1.00 per second of driving time. His car: a flame-colored 2½-liter rear-engine Lotus. His spark plugs: Autolite. Lesson for the day? Makes no difference if you own a Lotus or your name is Dan, Autolite Spark Plugs can’t be beat. There’s a set made especially for the car you drive. As Gurney and the Lotus well prove, you’re always right with Autolite.

Spark Plug Division · Toledo 1, Ohio

One response to “$1.00 per Second of Driving Time”

  1. By repute the Nassau Speed Weeks had the second largest purse in racing to the Indy 500.
    The Bahamas Speed Week Revival will take place from 24th November – 2nd December this year and although the purse may be smaller the parties will be just as good !
    The latest exciting entry for 2012 is the Cooper Monaco driven by Jack Brabham in Nassau in 1959.


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