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Born on this day (22nd - February)

Willy Tischbein

1871 - 1946


Sir Francis Samuelson

1890 - 1981


Ernst Henne

1904 - 2005


1910 - 1978


George Constantine

1916 - 1968


Marshall Teague

1922 - 1959


Jesus Iglesias

1922


1936 - 2002


1937 - 2002


Tim Mayer

1938 - 1964


Jorge de Bagration

1944 - 2008


Niki Lauda

1949



Died on this day (22nd - February)

Bertrand Faucigny-Lucinge

1898 - 1943


1928 - 2005



Patrick Cunningham
Patrick Cunningham
Pat
UNITED STATES

Born
15 / 2 / 1903
Died
? / 2 / 1972
Pat Cunningham campaigned big cars successfully all over the Midwest and did equally well racing midgets in California in the early to mid 1950s.

Pat Cunningham was from St. Joseph, Missouri.  He campaigned big cars successfully all over the Midwest and did equally well racing midgets in California. Pat raced at the Bo Stearns Speedway north of Wichita, Kansas from 1930 through 1935 and at Winfield, Kansas at least in 1934 and 1935.

Late in 1931 he became the driver of the Kerbs Special and with Leonard Kerbs traveled more, racing with IMCA and as far away as Phoenix, Arizona and Neal’s Speedway in San Diego, California. Cunningham continued to drive the Kerbs Special until 1934 when Kerbs sold the Riley powered car to Jack Keys of Dallas, Texas and retired as a car owner. Cunningham moved to Texas and appears to have finished out 1934 driving the Riley for Jack Keys.

He was inducted into the High Banks Hall of Fame at Belleville, Kansas in 2000.