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24th annual Millers at Milwaukee – Vintage Indy Car Event 2019
July 13 @ 8:00 am - July 14 @ 5:00 pm
The 24th annual Millers at Milwaukee – Vintage Indy Car Event, sponsored by the Harry Miller Club will be held July 13 – 14, 2018 at the farmed Milwaukee Mile Racetrack. The Miller event is one of the most impressive U.S. gatherings of Pre and Post W.W. II Indy Champ Cars, Roadsters and Laydowns. Vintage race cars designed by Miller, Mercer, Kurtis, Duesenberg, Alfa Romeo, and Bugatti participate in this unique run on the Milwaukee Mile.
The gates open for the 2018 Miller event at 8:00am on Friday and Saturday, with vintage cars running the oval track from 10am – 4pm on both Friday and Saturday. Club President, Tedd Zamjahn, states, “Car owners typically drive over 100 laps on the track over the two-day event. this is a great opportunity for our entrants as well as spectators. Our entrants are passionate about their vintage cars, and are here to tell the story of vintage Indy racing to the public. This year event more of Harry Miller’s extraordinary cars will be running the Mile!” Spectators also will enjoy the wide range of Vendors, Exhibits and other classic displays that share our unique racing history!
All Miller event spectator passes are available for purchase the day of the event. Miller Event spectators should enter the Wisconsin State Fair Park fairgrounds at Gate 5 off of 84th St. The admission fee for the Miller Event is $25.00, and covers entry for the Millers at Milwaukee Event on both Friday and Saturday. Miller spectators will park on the infield, after entering through the track tunnel and paying their event admission fee. For more details, or car entry applications, please visit http://harrymillerclub.com.
The Harry Miller Club was founded by the late David Uihlein, Sr. to honor Wisconsin native Harry A. Miller (1875 – 1943). Miller is considered to be the greatest and most influential of American race car designers. Miller based cars and/or engines dominated championship competition in the U.S. in the 1920’s, winning 38 Indy 500 races!