Chuck Arnold

Chuck Arnold (May 30, 1926 Stamford, Connecticut - September 4, 1997 Santa Ana, California) was an American racecar driver. Arnold drove sporadically in the USAC Championship Car series, racing between 1959 and 1968, with 11 starts, including the 1959 Indianapolis 500. He finished in the top ten 3 times, with his best finish in 5th position, in 1959 at Trenton.

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Chuck Arnold - Complete Formula One World Championship Results
... Offenhauser L4 ARG MON 500 NED BEL FRA GBR POR ITA USA NC 0 Persondata Name Arnold, Chuck Alternative names Short description American racing driver Date of birth May 30, 1926 Place of birth Date ...
List Of Men's World Curling Champions
... Year Gold Silver Bronze Country Team Country Team Country Team 1959 Canada Ernie Richardson Arnold Richardson Sam Richardson Wes Richardson Scotland Willie Young John Pearson Jimmy Scott Bobby Young 1960 Canada Ernie ... George Fink Bernie Sparkes Fred Storey Scotland Chuck Hay John Bryden Alan Glen David Howie United States Bruce Roberts Joe Zbacnik Gerry Toutant Mike O'Leary 1967 Scotland ...
Vanderbilt Trophy - Winners
... Norman Kay, Sidney Silodor, Tobias Stone Russell Arnold, Edith Kemp, Robert Reynolds, William Seamon, Albert Weiss, Waldemar von Zedtwitz 1961 Charles Coon, Robert Jordan, Eric Murray, Arthur Robinson Ollie Adams ... Bob Hamman, Jim Jacoby, Mike Lawrence, Bobby Wolff Chuck Burger, Eddie Kantar, Kyle Larsen, Ron Von der Porten, Ira Rubin, Paul Soloway 1972 Steven Altman, Eugene Neiger, Thomas Smith, Alan Sontag ... Andersen, David Berkowitz, Jeff Meckstroth, Judi Radin, Kathie Wei 1980 Russ Arnold, Bobby Levin, Jeff Meckstroth, Bud Reinhold, Eric Rodwell Ron Andersen, Mark Feldman, Eric Kokish, Peter Nagy 1981 B ...

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