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Billy Arnold


Billy Arnold (December 16, 1905 - November 10, 1976) won the 1930 Indianapolis 500.

Born in Chicago, Illinois, Billy Arnold led all but the first 2 laps of the 1930 race after starting on the pole.

Indy 500 results

Year Chassis Engine Start Finish
1928 Miller Miller 20th 7th
1929 Miller Miller 7th 8th
1930 Summers Miller 1st 1st
1931 Summers Miller 18th 19th
1932 Summers Miller 2nd 31st


Indianapolis 500 Winners
Four-time winners

A. J. FoytAl Unser, Sr.Rick Mears

Three-time winners

MeyerShawRoseRutherfordB. Unser

Two-time winners

MiltonVukovichWardJohncockFittipaldiLuyendykUnser, Jr.Castroneves

One win

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