|Overview of the Buick camp during the 1908 Savannah race.|
Buick factory racing team driver Charles Ewing Easter at the 1908 Savannah Race. Easter and his riding mechanic were nearly killed on the 13th lap when a rear wheel separated from the axle, causing the car to flip over and wreck.
|Walter Marr in Savannah, Georgia with the Buick race team. Marr is the man with the very long duster and beard. I believe that is Billy Durant at the far left. Durant was on hand at many of these early races.|
| This view looking south east with Mott factory #4 (later changed to Buick #34), The Imperial wheel factory and The Flint Varnish Works in the distance shows a 1910 Model 17 racer which I believe were being built in Saginaw Michigan at that time. "Wild Bob" Burman at the wheel , Louie Chevrolet seated next to him, Lewis Strang near tire and Chief Buick engineer Walter Marr 5th from right with beard looking away.|
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