Saturday 1st May 1926
Harry Hartz drove a Miller to victory in a 300 mile AAA Championship race that inaugurated the 1.5 mile board Atlantic City Speedway, located in Hammonton, New Jersey, US. Hartz averaged 134.19mph on the track that featured 45 degree banking in the turns and would wind up being the fastest of all the board tracks. Frank Lockhart setting an lap speed of 147.727mph in 1927. The track hosted eight American Automobile Association sanctioned races before the track was demolished in 1933, and is now the site of Troop A of the New Jersey State Police.