Barney Oldfield is center, turned sideways. Louis Chevrolet and brother, Arthur, are to the right in the second row with the distinctive mustaches. Notice Oldfield's Golden Submarine center behind the men. The Duesenburg brothers are to the left of the Chevrolets. Grand stands are full!
It was in this Packard he called his "Greyhound" that Johnson Beat Ralph DePalma at the 1915 Summit Mt. Hillclimb. DePalma had just won the Indianapolis 500. He returned for every race at the Uniontown Speedway board track 1916 -1922, but never won the Universal Films Trophy.
Uniontown Speedway Oldfield & Chevrolet1918