by Phil Vergison, 6 May 2021 from Bulletin 3 of 2021
If you decided to attend a speedway meeting at the quarter-mile, dirt covered Wentworth Park Oval between 1928 and 1936, this was the design and style of midget speeder you would have seen; crude, dangerous, smelly, noisy – and very exciting!
In the photo below, the rear car, #28, was Jack Brabham’s first competitive machine that launched his long and successful career in motor racing.
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