Pacific Coast Speedway

YEARS OF OPERATION KEY:
/ c = circa (about) / cn = cancelled / E = early / L = late / M = mid / r = ran / s = scheduled to run / z = ran karts, motorcycles, or other motorsport /
Tacoma
WashingtonUSA
7 mi. S of city
later site of a Navy airstrip (1935), then Clover Park Technical College
lat: +47.1716 lng: -122.5007


Pacific Coast Speedway 00335 c
aka: Tacoma Speedway
2 mi.  wood ovalr7/4/1915-7/4/1922 defunct
21 degree banked turns


Pacific Coast Speedway 00335 b

2 mi.  dirt ovalr7/3/1914-7/4/14 defunct
inside street circuit


Lakeview 00335 a
aka: Tacoma
3.42 mi.  dirt street circuitr7/5/1912-7/7/13 defunct
5 mi.(1912); on country roads


TRACK CHAMPIONS

RACES

Tacoma
1 1912-07-05 track 'a' AAA
1-Bob Evans
20 laps
Tacoma
2 1912-07-05 track 'a' AAA Champ, free-for-all
1-Teddy Tetzlaff, 2-Ralph Mulford / Billy Chandler, 3-Earl DeVore, 4-James Rossi
40 laps; 6 starters/4 finishers
Tacoma
3 1912-07-05 track 'a' AAA Champ, medium cars (231-300 ci) Montamara Fiesta Race
1-Eddie Pullen
30 laps; 4 starters/1 finisher
Tacoma
4 1912-07-05 track 'a' AAA Champ, medium heavy cars (301-450 ci
1-Earl Cooper, 2-Earl DeVore, 3-James Rossi
30 laps; 3 starters/3 finishers
Tacoma
5 1912-07-06 track 'a' AAA Champ, free-for-all Montamarathon Trophy
1-Teddy Tetzlaff, 2-Erwin Bergdoll, 3-Earl DeVore, 4-Frank Verbeck, 5-Earl Cooper
50 laps; 8 starters/5 finishers
Tacoma
6 1913-07-05 track 'a' AAA Intercity Trophy
1-Jim Parsons
29 laps
Tacoma
7 1913-07-05 track 'a' AAA Champ, free-for-all Potlach Trophy
1-Earl Cooper, 2-Bob Burman, 3-Clyde Latta, 4-Harry Endicott
57 laps; 8 starters/4 finishers
Tacoma
8 1913-07-07 track 'a' AAA Champ, stock chassis Montamarathon Trophy
1-Earl Cooper, 2-Dave Lewis, 3-Hughie Hughes, 4-Harry Endicott, 5-Conrad Hanson, 6-Nick Nichols
71 laps; 10 starters/6 finishers
Pacific Coast Speedway
9 1914-07-03 track 'b' AAA
1-Jim Parsons
50 laps
Pacific Coast Speedway
10 1914-07-03 track 'b' AAA Champ, 600 ci max. Golden Potlach Trophy
1-Hughie Hughes, 2-Art Klein, 3-Earl Cooper, 4-Bert Dingley, 5-Glover Ruckstell, 6-Jim Parsons
100 laps; 13 starters/8 finishers
Pacific Coast Speedway
11 1914-07-04 track 'b' AAA Champ, free-for-all Montamarathon Trophy
1-Earl Cooper, 2-Glover Ruckstell, 3-Art Klein, 4-Jim Parsons, 5-William Taylor, 6-Sam Smyley
125 laps; 14 starters/6 finishers
Pacific Coast Speedway
12 1915-07-04 track 'c' AAA Champ, 450 ci max. Montamarathon Trophy
1-Glover Ruckstell, 2-Earl Cooper, 3-Eddie Pullen, 4-Bob Burman, 5-Barney Oldfield
125 laps; 13 starters/5 finishers; fatal: William Carlson
Pacific Coast Speedway
13 1915-07-05 track 'c' AAA Intercity Trophy
1-Jim Parsons
50 laps
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14 1915-07-05 track 'c' AAA Champ Potlach Trophy
1-Eddie Pullen, 2-Earl Cooper, 3-Barney Oldfield, 4-Glover Ruckstell
100 laps; 8 starters/4 finishers
Pacific Coast Speedway
15 1916-08-05 track 'c' AAA National Championship Montamarathon/Potlach Trophy
1-Eddie Rickenbacher, 2-Tommy Milton, 3-Dave Lewis, 4-Ralph DePalma, 5-Pete Henderson, 6-Omar Toft
150 laps; 14 starters/9 finishers; Milton led at 100 laps to win Potlach Trophy
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16 1917-07-04 track 'c' AAA Montamarathon Trophy
1-A.H. Patterson
77 laps
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17 1917-07-04 track 'c' AAA
1-Jimmy Crosby
26 laps
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18 1917-09-03 track 'c' AAA Champ Army Post Sweepstakes
1-Earl Cooper, 2-Cliff Durant, 3-A.H. Patterson, 4-Mike Moosie
50 laps; 5 starters/4 finishers
Pacific Coast Speedway
19 1918-07-04 track 'c' AAA Champ
1-Eddie Hearne, 2-Cliff Durant, 3-Earl Cooper, 4-Eddie Pullen, 5-Dave Lewis
37.5 laps; 5 starters/5 finishers
Pacific Coast Speedway
20 1918-07-04 track 'c' AAA Champ
1-Cliff Durant, 2-Dave Lewis, 3-Eddie Hearne, 4-Eddie Pullen, 5-Earl Cooper
12 laps; 5 starters/5 finishers
Pacific Coast Speedway
21 1918-07-04 track 'c' AAA Champ
1-Cliff Durant, 2-Dave Lewis, 3-Eddie Hearne, 4-Earl Cooper
25 laps; 5 starters/4 finishers
Pacific Coast Speedway
22 1919-07-04 track 'c' AAA Champ
1-Louis Chevrolet, 2-Eddie Hearne, 3-Cliff Durant
40 laps; 5 starters/3 finishers
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23 1919-07-04 track 'c' AAA Champ
1-Ralph Mulford, 2-Cliff Durant, 3-Louis Chevrolet, 4-Eddie Hearne, 5-Dario Resta
20 laps; 5 starters/5 finishers
Pacific Coast Speedway
24 1919-07-04 track 'c' AAA Champ
1-Louis Chevrolet, 2-Ralph Mulford, 3-Eddie Hearne, 4-Cliff Durant, 5-Dario Resta
30 laps; 5 starters/5 finishers
Pacific Coast Speedway
25 1920-07-05 track 'c' AAA National Championship Independence Day Classic
1-Tommy Milton, 2- Ralph Mulford, 3-Eddie Hearne, 4-Art Klein, 5-Roscoe Sarles, 6-Jimmy Murphy
100 laps; 12 starters/8 finishers
Pacific Coast Speedway
26 1921-07-04 track 'c' AAA National Championship Independence Day Classic
1-Tommy Milton, 2- Roscoe Sarles, 3-Joe Thomas, 4-Eddie Miller, 5-Eddie Hearne, 6-Tom Alley
125 laps; 10 starters/6 finishers
Pacific Coast Speedway
27 1922-07-04 track 'c' AAA National Championship Independence Day Classic
1-Jimmy Murphy, 2- Tommy Milton, 3-Roscoe Sarles, 4-Jerry Wonderlich, 5-Howdy Wilcox, 6-Harry Hartz
125 laps; 11 starters/8 finishers