Pete DePaolo won the inaugural race on the 1.25 mile board Miami-Fulford Speedway.
DePaolo's Duesenberg averaged 129.29 mph in the 300 mile AAA Championship race on the track, which had 50 degree banking. Tommy Milton turned a lap of 142.93 mph in qualifying. The track was designed by Ray Harroun, winner of the first Indy 500, and financed by Carl Fisher, who was involved in building the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It would be the only race on the speedway as it was destroyed by a hurricane in September.