SCTA (Southern California Timing Association)



Up through the late 1940s, there were a limited number of classes that cars could run in.  When Bill Burke ran his first Belly Tank in 1946, it was classified in the “Streamliner” class.

Year Class Description Record Holders
1946 Roadster Engines up to 260 cu. in. Randy Shinn (Road Runner): 128.66 mph average
  Modified Engines up to 260 cu. in. Karl Orr (Albata): 133.03 mph average
  Streamliner Engines up to 260 cu. in. Bob Rufi (Albata): 140.00 mph average
  Unlimited Any chassis – engines over 260 cu. in Tony Capanna (Albata): 137.24 average
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