The world’s first 24-hour race began at the Driving Park track in Columbia, Ohio, US


Sunday 2nd July 1905

The world’s first 24-hour race began at the Driving Park track in Columbia, Ohio, US. The Soules brothers won the race in their Pope-Toledo, covering 828.5 miles.


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